Canada extends travel restrictions for another month. High numbers of cases of coronavirus abroad make it hard for Canada to open its borders to any more travelers.
Canada decided to extend the travel limitations, which first imposed at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic on most international travelers. The Canadian Government stated that its travel restrictions would be prolonged for...Read More
Canada updates its policy on the original language test result requirement for certain immigration programs. Requirements for the language tests for immigration pathways, such as the Start-up visa program and regional pilots are clarified by the immigration department.
Now the candidates can provide copies, instead of original documents, of the language test results for 4 Canadian immigration...Read More
Spousal Open Work Permit Pilot is going to become a permanent program, which allows foreign common-law partners and spouses to work in Canada. Canada transforms the Open Work Permit Program (OWPP) into a permanent program. The pilot currently helps common-law partners and spouses of Canadians to work, while they wait on their PR status.
The pilot launched in December 2014 and was due to end...Read More
In Canada, more immigrants stay, work, and study before becoming permanent residents. Through Canadian work and study experience, more immigrants are obtaining permanent residency in recent years.
Between 2000 and 2018, the number of temporary foreign workers and students grew significantly, Statistics Canada says. In 2018 more than half of the new immigrants from the economic class were...Read More
Visitors, study, and work permit holders in Canada impacted by the COVID-19 disease outbreak will have time to reinstate their status before the end of 2020.
A new public policy introduced on July 14, 2020, by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) would bring considerable relief to many Canadians with questions regarding their status.
If your status expired after January 30,...Read More