Choose your Immigration application representative carefully

Choose your Immigration application representative carefully. You are planning to Come to Canada and looking at some individual or company to represent you. Make sure you do your home work and choose wisely. Do not be victimized. One wrong decision can disqualify you and leave you hanging. What is a representative Representative is someone who […]

Canada Election 2015: A Guide To The Parties, Polls And Electoral system

Canadians head to the polls on Monday 19 October 2015. Are you a relatively new Canadian ? Do Canadian Politics confuse you? Find out more about Canada election 2015: Canadian parties, polls and electoral system in Canada. Did you know all of the different political parties in Canada. Here is a list (Source: Election Canada) […]

Watch This Before You Come To Canada

Watch This Before You Come To Canada. (Source: Cic.gc.ca/Citizenship and Immigration Canada) To be prepared for your life in Canada, there are important things to do before and after you arrive. Get and bring to Canada all official documents belonging to you and the family members who are immigrating with you. Common documents include: birth […]

Express Entry Draw #13: Lowest CRS Points Requirement Ever

On July 17, 2015 Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) performed the thirteenth draw for Canadian immigration through the Express Entry selection system. The results are Landmark. The CRS point required to apply for the Immigration have dropped to record low. There were total of “1581” candidate invited and the CRS points dropped to 451. The […]

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Changes

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Changes effective July 2, 2015. There have been two major changes in the program effective immediately. BC PNP has introduced an online application process and electronic payment system. All new Skills Immigration applications and Entrepreneur Immigration registrations must be submitted via BC PNP Online. For all other Skills Immigration categories, […]

First person to get Citizenship revoked under Bill C-24

The government has begun the process of revoking the citizenship of an Iranian-Canadian serving a prison sentence in Edmonton for terrorism, according to sources familiar with the case. Hiva Alizadeh is the first Canadian to be targeted by a law that allows Ottawa to strip the citizenship from Canadians convicted of terrorist offences, provided they […]

Eleventh Express Entry Draw Results

On June 26, 2015 Results of eleventh draw from the Express Entry pool was announced by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). A total of 1,575 invitations to apply for Canadian permanent residence were issued to candidates with 469 or more Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. After a spike of CRS point to 755, Express Entry […]

Saskatchewan announces an online system for express Entry Category

Good news for Candidates looking at Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program. Just a day after announcing Express Entry for Skilled Immigrant Saskatchewan has announced an online system for the convenience of the candidates looking to apply. This Category is targeting individuals from different part of the world who have post-secondary education and training in professions that […]

Saskatchewan Express Entry for Skilled Immigrant Lanuched

Press Release The Government of Saskatchewan today announced the launch of an improved online application system for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Immigrants applying for permanent residence can now apply online to the new Saskatchewan Express Entry category announced earlier this year, as well as other SINP streams. The Saskatchewan Express Entry Category will […]

Nine Things You Need to Know About the Changes to Canadian Citizenship

At the beginning of June, the very nature of Canadian citizenship was altered as a major portion of Bill C-24 went into effect, officially creating a two-tier citizenship system. As a result of this new law, dual citizens and people who have immigrated to Canada can have their citizenship taken away while other Canadians cannot. […]