Express Entry 2021: Canada Holds the Third Draw

IRCC issues its invitations to 374 Express Entry interested candidates with a CRS cut-off at 741. Canada held the third Express Entry 2021 immigration draw on 20th January. Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have invited about 374 Provincial Nominee Program or PNP candidates who need to have a score of at least 741. Express

Canada to Extend Restrictions on International Travel till February

The federal government has extended travel restrictions to prevent COVID-19 infection from spreading further in Canada. Canada is targeting to extend the restrictions on all kinds of non-US international travel till 21st next month. This extension of a month-long travel restriction was announced by Bill Blair, the Public Safety Minister today. Blair took it to

Employment in Canada Falls for the First Time since April 2020

Public Health Measures Always Play A Vital Role In The Labor Market. For the first time since April last year, employment in Canada has fallen by 63,000 jobs in December. The rate is equivalent to about 0.3 percent. The reason? COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in the country are impacting the labor market. In December 2020, about

195 Invitations Issued By British Columbia in Their New PNP Draw

British Columbia has sent out 195 invitations to immigration candidates in their new PNP draw. The draw was held on January 19, 2021. The new invitations went to candidates from: The Skills Immigration (SI) categories. International Graduate categories. Entry Level and Semi-Skilled categories. The range of the minimum score for the draw was from 80

Canada Along With the UK Has Beaten the US as the Most Favored Study Destinations

This is per the results of several studies that were conducted by the site, to help us better understand the opinions of prospective and existing students when it comes to international education. Surveys suggest that the students are not really more enthusiastic to study neither in any Canadian institution nor in the UK destinations

Survey Points out The Way Canada Can Improve Economic Results for Newcomers

During the recent Covid-19 pandemic, many immigrants lost their jobs. They were unable to support themselves financially. This was revealed by a recent survey. The effect of the pandemic on newcomers has been disproportionate. This is true for every country around the globe and not just for Canada. Migrants are unevenly represented in essential services.

Candidates May Now Submit Quebec Experience Program Applications Online

All candidates may now submit their applications for the Quebec Experience Program online. This will be from January 12 through the Arrima platform. This means that all such applicants may submit their applications, download the required documents, and pay the necessary through the platform. Earlier, all applicants were informed by Quebec that paper-based submissions would

New Immigration Priorities Revealed By Canadian Government

Immigration will remain the primary point of focus to improve Canada’s society and economy. This was clarified by Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada. This clarification was in the new supplementary mandate letter that he handed to immigration minister Marco Mendicino. This mandate letter is the most crucial policy document for the immigration department

Quebec Is All Set To Restart the Processing Of CAQ Applications Suspended Recently

The ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) of Quebec is all set to resume processing of CAQ applications. These were suspended recently by a suspension order. MIFI issued a ministerial order to suspend CAQ applications’ processing on December 30, 2020. This suspension was applicable for international students attending ten specific private

Ontario Issues Invitations to New Skilled Trades and French-Speaking Skilled Workers

Ontario issues 484 invitations to Express Entry (EE) candidates through two provincial immigration streams. This was the first draw of the year for Ontario. On January 13, OINP issued Notifications of Interest (NOIs) to several candidates. These candidates were in the Skilled Trades and French-Speaking Skilled Worker streams. These two intensified PNPs are quite similar