Canada’s immigration minister is to host a second Livestream on YouTube Monday, this time to speak specifically about the streams for French-speakers in the new pathway to permanent residency. Marco Mendicino will be live from 12.30 pm as Canada looks to foster interest in the francophone streams, which have no caps on the number of
The application limit of 40,000 was reached on Friday for international graduates under Canada’s new pathway to permanent residence. After launching at noon Thursday, the international graduate stream quota was filled just over 24 hours later, slower than many industry stakeholders expected for the popular new pathway. Other streams for healthcare workers (20,000 application places)
The launch of Canada’s new permanent residence pathway for international graduates and essential workers went relatively smoothly on Thursday, although some users reported issues with the online payment system. Fears that a huge rush of applicants would overload the system proved unfounded, as Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) confounded the critics with the rollout.
Canada launches its new pathway to permanent residence for 90,000 international graduates, health care workers and other essential workers at noon on Thursday May 6, 2021. Those who qualify for the Temporary Residence to Permanent Residence Pathway (TR to PR Pathway) streams must upload several supporting documents to show proof that they qualify. Read More
Canada Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino is going live on YouTube today (May 5, 2021) to discuss the new pathway to permanent residence for 90,000 international students and essential workers that opens at noon tomorrow (May 6, 2021). Mendicino is live at 3.45pm EST Wednesday and you can watch it live here: Stakeholders are concerned the
Canada’s new pathway to permanent residence for 90,000 international graduates and essential workers opens on Thursday (May 6), and concerns are being raised about the federal government portal that will be used to receive applications. The buzz surrounding the new pathways, launched in April to help Ottawa meet its ambitious 2020 target of 401,000 new
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is launching six new immigration streams for more than 90,000 essential workers already in Canada, primarily those working in hospitals and long-term care homes, other essential services, and international graduates. Those seeking permanent residence will be able to apply starting May 6 for the streams, three of which are
International students considered coronavirus essential workers in Canada have been exempted from the 20 hours of work per week limit usually applied to study permit holders when classes are in session. The exemption, in place until August 31, 2020, covers those working in ‘health care, critical infrastructure, or the supply of food or other critical