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Permanent Residence Pathway for French Speaking Foreign Nationals

2021-04-26T16:22:35-04:00

Permanent Residence Pathway for French Speaking Foreign Nationals with a Recent Credential from a Canadian Post-Secondary Institution or Recent Canadian Work Experience in Essential Occupation From May 6, 2021 to November 5, 2021, the Government of Canada will be accepting applications for permanent residence in Canada from foreign nationals in Canada who have a recent credential from a Canadian post-secondary institution or who have recent Canadian work experience in essential occupations. There will be no intake cap! It means your application will be accepted as long as you meet the eligibility requirements. There are enough spots for everybody. ELIGIBILITY [...]

Permanent Residence Pathway for French Speaking Foreign Nationals2021-04-26T16:22:35-04:00

Permanent Residence Pathway for Essential Workers in Canada

2021-04-19T18:12:14-04:00

Permanent Residence Pathway for Essential Workers in Canada On April 12, 2021, the Minister of Immigration announced that foreign nationals who are now in Canada, who have accumulated at least 1,560 hours of work experience in an eligible occupation, may apply for permanent residence in Canada. 50,000 application will be accepted under this stream. 20,000 for workers in health care, and 30,000 for workers in other selected occupations. You are eligible if, among other things, you: Have accumulated at least one year of full-time work experience or equivalent in part-time (1,560 hours) in an eligible occupation (the list of [...]

Permanent Residence Pathway for Essential Workers in Canada2021-04-19T18:12:14-04:00

Permanent Residence Pathway for Recent Graduates from Canadian Institutions

2021-04-19T18:11:16-04:00

Permanent Residence Pathway for Recent Graduates from Canadian Institutions On April 12, 2021, the Minister of Immigration announced that foreign nationals who are now in Canada, who have graduated from a post-secondary institution, and are now working in Canada may apply for permanent residence in Canada. 40,000 application will be accepted under this stream. You are eligible if, among other things, you: Have graduated from a designated post-secondary institutions in Canada no earlier than January 2017 and before application for PR Have been granted an eligible credential from this institution Are employed in Canada on a valid work permit [...]

Permanent Residence Pathway for Recent Graduates from Canadian Institutions2021-04-19T18:11:16-04:00

New IRCC online portal for PR landing

2020-12-07T17:12:39-04:00

New IRCC online portal for PR landing In-Canada applicants for permanent residence who have received approval of their permanent residence applications now, in most cases, do not have to appear in person before an IRCC officer for a “landing” procedure. The new portal rolled out by IRCC will make the process electronic. You may not register at the portal by yourself, but you need to wait for an invitation and a link to the portal from IRCC. You will be able to use the link to register your profile at the portal, update and submit your information, including your [...]

New IRCC online portal for PR landing2020-12-07T17:12:39-04:00

Humanitarian & Compassionate Grounds For Permanent Residence

2021-02-12T13:22:32-04:00

HUMANITARIAN AND COMPASSIONATE GROUNDS Canada grants permanent residence in exceptional cases to individuals who meet certain criteria that fall under "humanitarian and compassionate" category. When you apply for permanent residence under Humanitarian And Compassionate category (H&C), you are telling the Canadian government that you or your family members are in a situation of danger or hardship, which are insurmountable and are associated with extreme emotional distress and often losses, if you stay or return to your home country. The specific features of Humanitarian And Compassionate Grounds-based immigration is that gives us a chance to obtain Canadian permanent residence to [...]

Humanitarian & Compassionate Grounds For Permanent Residence2021-02-12T13:22:32-04:00