Can we move to another province if we came through Provincial Immigration Nomination Program (PINP)

Find if you can move between province on Provincial Immigration Nomination Program. Some of very commonly asked Immigration Questions answered by B.C. Immigration Lawyer David cohen. He answers questions very frequently on his Blog. (Source: Canadian Immigration Question We are living in Estevan, Sasksatchwan since arriving through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) 13 […]

Date for Full Implementation of Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) Announced

Finally the wait is over on Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)… The date for the implementing Canada’s new pre-screening system for visa-exempt visitors has been announced. Starting September 29, 2016, travelers to Canada from certain countries must have an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) before they enter Canada even if they are flying through. Exceptions include U.S. […]

Job Growth in British Columbia

Canada saw Highest Job Growth in British Columbia these past years. More and more immigrants and Investors are settling in B.C.
British Columbia is the western-most province in Canada, bordering the Pacific Ocean. Internationally known for its stunning natural beauty (there are six national parks), British Columbia is home to more than 4.6 million people. While most of these residents live in the Lower Mainland area, British Columbia’s land area is the size of France, Germany and the Netherlands combined.
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What do you call representative of the Queen in the Provinces/Federal/Territories

I have been approached by many people in past few days about this question “What do you call representative of the Queen in the Provinces/Federal/Territories ” ? They are three separate questions with three separate answers. Do not mix them up. Here I am going to explain the structure of Monarchy in simplest way for everyone […]

Winnie the Pooh has Canadian and World War I Link

Winnie the Pooh has Canadian and World War I Link. So remember our post about Winnie the pooh where I mentioned how it has Canadian Links well now here is a strange twist. The real bear who was donated to London zoo actually was donated by a World War I Soldier “Harry Colebourn”. He originally […]

Saskatchewan Express Entry Reaches Cap in Four Days

Saskatchewan Express Entry Reaches Cap in Four Days of its re-launch. The SINP had announced the “reopening” of this Provincial Nominee Program stream on November 2 where 500 more spaces were allocated. This sub-category first opened in June, 2015, but it capped out very quickly. That launch added 775 additional immigrant nominees to the SINP […]

CIC Issues update to requirement for Citizenship Oath

CIC updates Canadian Oath Ceremony of Citizenship rules to allow for religious accommodation following a recent court ruling about dress code during the oath. Read about the Court ruling and proceeding here. The update states: Following the recent decision of the Federal Court of Appeal in Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada v. Ishaq, operational […]

Quebec Skilled Worker Program for Canadian Immigration to Open November 4

The much anticipated Quebec Skilled Worker Program is now set to open on November 4, 2015. This means that officials will start accepting postal applications starting November 4, 2015. The government has set the upper cap at 6300 during the 2015-2016 period. The most recent QSWP application cycle in 2014 with an intake of 6,500 […]

19th Express Entry Draw: Spike in CRS

The 19th Express Entry Draw was announced on October 23, 2015 and there was a spike in CRS. Canadian Citizenship and Immigration issued 1,502 invitation to Candidates offering them opportunity to Apply for Canadian Permanent Residence. The lowest number of CRS was 489. This Draw saw a spike in CRS after 9 Draws. Last two […]