Canada Abroad

What CIC Isn’t Telling You About Express Entry

Since January 1st, 2015 there have been two Express Entry draws and Citizenship and Immigration Canada hasn’t had a lot to say about it’s new system or the results. Here are a few things CIC hasn’t openly told you: Roughly 10,000 people applied for the inaugural draw and only 3,000 were entered into the pool […]

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Conflicting Information, Outrageous Quotes or Large Sums Requested Upfront?

With the May 1st fast opening of the Federal Skilled Worker and Trades Programs approaching many agencies are in full on advertising blitz mode. Many are eager to sign clients immediately and use high pressure techniques or are willing to say anything to get you to sign. We highly recommend you always get at least […]

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Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program Re-Opening

Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program Re-opening April 24, 2014 The popular Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program will be re-opening as of May 1st, 2014. They will now be accepting applications under 50 different occupation codes, with a maximum of 25,000 applications being accepted, up from last years 5,000. There will now be a larger cap of […]

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Canadian Federal Skilled Trades Program Re-Opening

The popular Canadian Federal Skilled Trades Program will be re-opening as of May 1st, 2014. They will now be accepting applications under 90 different occupation codes, with a maximum of 5,000 applications being accepted. There will a cap of 100 application per occupation. The new occupation group list is as follows: Major Group 72: Industrial, electrical and […]

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Buyer Beware of Global Immigration Scams

Are you interested in immigrating to Canada? Have you contacted an immigration company that tells you they can guarantee you a job in Canada and will assist with finding one for you and doing all of your necessary paper work? If so, are they demanding that pay a large sum of money upfront (R 30,000)? […]

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Why use an Immigration Consultant?

Choosing to use a representative is not a mandatory requirement of any Canadian immigration application. However, there are many benefits to hiring an authorized representative. Authorized representatives are trained in Canadian Immigration, attend mandatory yearly courses to keep up to date with the current changes, can act on your behalf with the Canadian government and […]

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