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Express Entry Draw, The Latest News

2023-04-10T13:33:39-04:00October 13th, 2022|

The latest Express Entry Draw took place on October 12, 2022. Since all-program Express Entry draws resumed in July 2022, there have been eight draws so far. The general tendency is lowering of the CRS cut-off score while raising the number of issued invitations to apply for permanent residence (ITAs). The latest Express Entry draw took place on October 12, 2022. The passing score was 500, and the number of issued invitations to apply rose to historical 4, 250. All the latest Express Entry draws since July 2022 target candidates from all three federal immigration programs - Federal [...]

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Language Test for Canada Immigration path

2023-05-01T13:07:24-04:00August 23rd, 2022|

Language Test For Canada Immigration Paths - Everything You Need To Know Who needs a language test? Language test for Canada immigration programs is the basic requirement for all paths, especially the economic class immigration. The language test in English or French is required because it plays a vital role for immigrant to settle in Canada. For Canadian citizenship, those who are between the ages of 18 and 54, are required to show how competent they are in English or French by submitting the results of a language test, or in other ways approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. [...]

Tips To Preparing A Resume For Canadian Companies

2023-02-10T13:23:14-05:00August 23rd, 2019|

Tips to Preparing A Resume for Canadian Companies The resume format in Canada must contain (in this order): 1. Contact information 2. Professional / career summary 3. Work experience 4. Education / professional development Job search is an important part of your Canadian success story. In Canada, many things depend on how you present your experience and your skills on a resume. In this way, resume becomes a key in finding a job in Canada. Many employers won’t discuss anything with you before they see your resume, and this document alone can become your only path towards employment in Canada. [...]

Canada Ends the “Designated Country of Origin” Concept

2023-02-10T12:33:16-05:00May 17th, 2019|

DESIGNATED COUNTRY OF ORIGIN In a news release on May 17, 2019, Ottawa announced the end of the Designated Country of Origin practice. Let’s look into why is that important and what will be different for refugee claimants since the practice is ended. Effective May 17, 2019, all countries are removed from the list of the Designated Countries of Origin (DCO). The list was first introduced back in 2012 and concerned about the treatment of refugees. The list included 42 countries, including most European countries, the Unites States of America, Israel, Australia, the United Kingdom etc. Countries on the [...]

A Glance at Israeli Immigration to Canada

2022-05-12T13:29:47-04:00April 17th, 2019|

Israeli Immigration To Canada Canada has firmly established itself as one of the most immigration-friendly countries in the world. In the streets of major Canadian cities, you may easily come across immigrants from every corner of the world, including Israel. The Israeli community in Canada is a strong and vibrant one, offering multiple community centres, schools, synagogues, specialized centres etc. Toronto alone is home to roughly 200,000 residents of Israeli descent. The community hosts various festival and special events to showcase the dazzling diversity of Israeli music, literature, theatre, dance, cuisine and visual arts. Among the most famous are: Spotlight [...]

OINP, Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program – Get the Points You Need

2024-03-04T07:38:11-05:00December 26th, 2018|

OINP-ONTARIO IMMIGRANT NOMINEE PROGRAM For many people, Express Entry to Canada has become the fastest, cheapest, and the most user-friendly way to immigrate to Canada. It is not an exaggeration to say that Express Entry transformed the Canadian immigration landscape to an immense degree. Yet what many people come to realize after they have had their diplomas assessed, passed their English/French exams and uploaded information about themselves in their Express Entry profile is that they simply lack the points required to get the much coveted “Invitation to Apply” letter. We’ll make it simple. To get the points you need, consider [...]

Canadian Start-Up Visa Program Wins As US Backs Down

2023-02-10T12:30:37-05:00June 12th, 2018|

Canadian Start-Up Visa Program Wins Thinking about immigrating to North America via entrepreneur program? Think Canada! In a recent announcement, the US Department of State seems to be wrapping up the Obama’s initiative called International Entrepreneur Rule. Under this initiative, a temporary residence was granted to immigrant entrepreneurs with promising start-up ideas. The move to cancel the initiative is dictated by the US Government belief that it “lacks sufficient protections for U.S. workers and investors, and is not the appropriate vehicle for attracting and retaining international entrepreneurs.” This leaves the world’s other leading economies, including Canada, well positioned to [...]

Express Entry 2017, The Most Popular Path To Come To Canada

2023-04-10T13:55:58-04:00June 4th, 2018|

Express Entry 2017 Express Entry is arguably the most popular and easy tool to come to Canada if you have the proper background, training, and skills. If you are already in the Express Entry pool or just intend to enter one, this article might help you. On May 31, IRCC has released an important Express Entry year-end report detailing 2017 Express Entry performance. We have summarized the key points of the report for you to help you better understand Express Entry and your chances. We will remind that Express Entry is not a program. Express Entry is a system to [...]

Now it is official. Canada is the most educated developed country in world!

2023-07-28T11:56:54-04:00March 21st, 2018|

THE MOST EDUCATED DEVELOPED COUNTRY It is no surprise that the US educational institutions dominate the rankings of the world’s best colleges. The US runs eight out of ten best universities in the world, including such giants as Columbia University, Harvard University, Princeton and Yale Universities, as well as other no less prominent members of the Ivy League. Despite that, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) puts the United States on the sixth level of adult education. As per OECD definition, adult education level is the percentage of people between the ages of 25 and 64, who have [...]

More Than Double Immigration Target To Newfoundland and Labrador

2023-05-22T13:02:24-04:00March 21st, 2018|

Newfoundland and Labrador Are Expected to More Than Double Immigration Target The announcement from Seamus O’Regan, who serves as Canada’s Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Member of Parliament for a riding in Newfoundland’s capital city St.John’s, states to increase the province’s current immigration target from 1,700 newcomers by 2022 to at least 4,000. O’ Regan said 4000 new immigrants will keep the social effects of Newfoundland and Labrador’s shrinking tax base from getting worse. This number is the requirement for the province to maintain the status quo, and also to grow the economy, which will create more jobs, in [...]