Latest New: Canada, U.S. reach agreement to support refugees’ travel to safety

Canada’s program to receive and resettle Afghan refugees has begun a new phase. In the first phase of the operation, Canada has evacuated some 3,700 people from Afghanistan – most of them refugees who support Canada’s efforts in Afghanistan and who will soon begin a new life in Canada. As Canada begins the second phase […]

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Good News: Canada Extends Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Immigration Agreement to 2022

On August 12, 2021, the IRCC announced the extension of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Immigration Agreement until July 31, 2022. it allows the provincial government to nominate Canadians who will help grow Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy and population, and meet both federal and provincial immigration objectives. The agreement complements the Atlantic Growth Strategy, which includes […]

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TR to PR pathway applicants can now apply for open work permit

IRCC announced that, beginning July 26, 2021, individuals who have applied for the recently opened pathway to permanent residence (TR to PR) will be eligible for an open work permit while awaiting the results of their application. to be eligible for this one-time open work permit, applicants must have successfully submitted an application under one of the […]

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Important! the 2021 Parents and Grandparents Program will open soon

IRCC announced that they will invite a record number of people to apply under the 2021 intake of the Parents and Grandparents (PGP) Program. IRCC will accept up to 30,000 additional applications. IRCC will use the same random selection process as used in previous years, and will send invitations to potential sponsors who have already […]

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THE LATEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE CANADIAN ENTRY GUIDE (WITH THE SPECIFIC INSTRUCTION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS)

Fully vaccinated foreign nationals may be allowed to enter Canada for discretionary travel (non-essential travel) on specific dates: August 9, 2021: American citizens and permanent residents of the United States, who currently reside in and will be travelling from the U.S., and who qualify as fully vaccinated September 7, 2021 (intended start date): All other foreign nationals […]

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The Canadian Migration Institute Inc. discontinues the Canadian Overseas Immigration Specialist (COIS) course and designation

The Canadian Migration Institute Inc, has discontinued its Canadian Overseas Immigration Specialist (COIS) course and designation effective immediately. Any students affected by this decision shall receive a refund forthwith. We apologize in advance, for any inconvenience this may cause.    

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COVID 19-information about IRCC offices,VAC and MYCIC

IRCC in-person offices in CanadaIRCC’s offices have cancelled all 1)citizenship ceremonies, citizenship tests and retests until April 13, 20202)in-person permanent resident landing appointments until April 13, 20203)in-person refugee claimant appointments until April 13, 2020 IRCC temporary offices in Canada All temporary offices are closed until further notice. Biometric collection service points Service Canada locations and U.S. […]

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COVID 19, impact on applicants who applied for immigration to Canada

COVID 19 has caused many countries closed their borders, including Canada, however, approved Permanent Resident can still enter into Canada. If you’re travelling by air, you need to pass a health check conducted by airlines before you’re allowed to board your flight. Anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed to enter Canada […]

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COVID19-information for visitors, foreign workers, and students

Temporary foreign workers, some international students and approved permanent residents who haven’t yet landed are now able to enter Canada. The travel restriction exemptions that were announced are now in place. If you’re exempt, you can now travel to Canada. If you’re travelling by air, you need to pass a health check conducted by airlines […]

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Latest news!IRCC launches pilot project for family reunification

IRCC has launched a new 2-year pilot project that will reunite more families. The pilot project allows some previous immigrants to sponsor undeclared immediate family members to come to Canada.   When a person applies to immigrate to Canada, they are required to declare all of their family members (spouse, common-law partner, dependent children, dependent […]

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