Maintained Status: Know More About It

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Maintained Status Canada

Maintained status previously, and commonly known as Implied status, means when a visitor, worker or student ( holder of a temporary status) has applied for an extension of their existing status or a change in status, before their status expires, while physically being in Canada. For example, if you are an international student whose study permit has expired, however, you … Read More

Who Is Eligible for A Post-GraduateWork Permit, And How to Obtain One?

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Post-Graduate Work Permit

International students who come to study in Canada may be eligible for a Post-graduate Work Permit (PGWP), which is a Work Permit that allows students to work full time, in almost any job in Canada. This is a great opportunity for such students to attain valuable Canadian Work Experience and further their careers. Students do not need a job offer … Read More

What Is the Difference Between an In-Canada and an Outside-Canada Spousal Sponsorship Application?

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In- Canada and an Outside Canada Spousal Sponsorship Application

Yes, you read it right. Sponsoring your spouse/ Partner can be done in two different ways in Canada. Spouse or Common-Law Partnership Sponsorship Applications are of two types. Depending on your situation, either of those application types may be the better-suited option for you. Both the options have pros and cons, and we hope that this article helps you make … Read More

What Is the Difference Between a Canadian Visa and A Permit?

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Difference Between Canada Visa and Work Permit

Temporary residents often get confused between the terms Visa and Permit. While in many other countries the words “visa” and “permit” are used interchangeably, in Canada, these are two very different things. Many new international students, work permit holders, and visitors have this question and this blog post is intended to explain the difference between the two in simple terminology. … Read More

What Happens to My Canadian Work Permit If I Lose My Job?

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Canadian Work Permit

Every year, a large number of temporary foreign workers come to Canada as holders of work visas and enter the Canadian Labour Market. Work Permits may be of two broad types Open Work Permits– which allow the worker to work for almost any employment, or Employer-Specific Work Permits, which allow the worker to work for the specific employer, at the … Read More

IELTS General Vs. CELPIP General – The difference between them

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To start, CELPIP stands for Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program, specifically conceived for Canadian English assessment mostly for Immigration purposes, and IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System, having two options: Academic exam for study purposes and General Training exam for work or immigration purposes. CELPIP: – They provide sample tests, videos, online information sessions, and online preparation … Read More

Innovative pathway was announced to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates!

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  IRCC has announced new immigration pathways to Canada!   According to the Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino, these new policies will help those with a temporary status to plan their future in Canada. The country really has an interest in these people to stay: “Our message to them is simple: Your status may be temporary, but your contributions are lasting … Read More

5 Reasons why Spousal/Common-Law PR Sponsorships applications get refused

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Spouse Visa Canada

The process to apply for Spousal/Common-Law PR Sponsorship is complex, and unfortunately, we are seeing more and more applicants that were self-represented or had inadequate representation, getting rejected/refused by IRCC due to multiple reasons.   In this post, we are sharing Top 5 reasons why Spousal/Common-Law PR Sponsorship applications get refused or rejected:   1. Not preparing the application properly … Read More

Express Entry New Draw: Questions and Next Steps

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One month ago, on February 13th the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited 27,332 candidates to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada.   The Comprehensive Ranking System cut-off was 75 at that time. This was an unprecedented draw and the lowest ever score!   Why did this happen? According to IRCC the immigrants help the Canadian economy to thrive, … Read More

Is Canada planning to increase immigration in 2021?

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With a population of over 37 million people, Canada has its gears working hard to increase our population in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although Canada is the second-largest country in the world with regards to landmass, similarly to parts of Russia, there are parts of our north that cannot support large human populations, which significantly lowers the countries capacity … Read More