July 25, 2018 – Canadian immigration authorities have conducted a new Express Entry draw, with the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score dropping by a point to 441. The July 25 draw saw 3,750 candidates issued with Invitations to Apply, equalling the largest draw so far in 2018. The minimum CRS score of 441 comes after
July 24, 2018 – Despite being terminated in 2014, the federal Canada Immigrant Investor Program remains controversial among supporters and critics. Supporters say the lack of a viable federal investment program means Canada is failing to capitalize on a growing sector of the immigration landscape. Critics hold the the CIIP as a symbol of bad
July 24, 2018 – New Brunswick has updated its list of target occupations for the NBPNP Express Entry Labour Market Stream. The Atlantic province has added 10 jobs to the list and removed 4 occupations. The new jobs are list below. Which Jobs Have Been Added To New Brunswick’s Target Occupations? 1112 Financial and investment
July 24, 2018 – Database analysts should take note of the importance of researching salary information when moving to Canada. Depending on where you live, the gap in earning potential is significant. Senior database analysts with the same qualifications stand to make $90,000 per year in Montreal, compared to more than $116,000 in Calgary. It shows
July 23, 2018 – A language test is a mandatory part of the immigration process to Canada. For applicants with English language abilities, the IELTS or CELPIP test score needed for immigration to Canada depends on the program a candidate is targeting. A starting point is to understand how point scores relate to language abilities.
Join our upcoming Immigration.ca Live Stream Series! Date: Thursday July 26th 2018 @ 11AM (Toronto time) Place: https://www.facebook.com/immigrationca/ Topic: How to Qualify Under Canada’s New Expression of Interest Programs in Saskatchewan and Quebec Summary: Immigration.ca conducts periodic FaceBook live stream sessions each month. Join Managing Partner Colin Singer as he discusses the requirements to qualify under Canada’s new
July 20, 2018 – Prince Edward Island invited its largest batch of business candidates in 2018 as part of its latest immigration draw. The province issued 50 invitations to apply under its Business Impact category in the July 19 draw. There were also 75 invites issued to skilled worker candidates in the Labour Impact and
July 19, 2018 – Saskatchewan has issued invitations to apply to a new batch of candidates under its Entrepreneur stream. The July 18 draw saw 187 invited issued to candidates scoring between 100 and 135 points. The average score was 105. It was the fourth largest draw in the history of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee
July 19, 2018 – IT project managers are some of the highest paid technology workers in Canada. They are important staff members who oversee major IT projects that can make major a major difference to a company’s bottom line. As such, those with experience are set to earn significant salaries. It may come as a
July 19, 2018 – The number of asylum seekers crossing the border illegally into Canada from the United States fell to the lowest figure in 12 months in June. Latest figures show 1,263 people crossed between recognized border points and were intercepted by RCMP officers. This compares with a monthly peak of 2,560 in April.