- New Hopes!
Canada increases its target to accepts immigrants and welcome 1.3 million over the next three years To assist its post-pandemic economy, Canada launched an ambitious plan to welcome more than 1.3 million immigrants over the next three years. According to the 2022-24 Immigration Levels Plan unveiled on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government expects to recruit more than 431,000 permanent residents this year, 447,000 in 2023, and 451,000 in 2024. The targets for this year and 2023 have been raised from 411,000 and 421,000, respectively, in previous years. In a statement, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser stated, “Immigration has helped shape Canada into the country it is today.” “We’re concentrating on […]
- IRCC EXPANDS BRIDGING OPEN WORK PERMIT (BOWP) PROGRAM
Express Entry Draws, PNP, Work Permit
Good news for aspiring permanent residents: Canada has now made it easier for you to obtain a bridging open work permit (BOWP) while you wait for a decision on your PR application! Previously, IRCC rules stated that one could only apply for a BOWP within the 4 months preceding their current work permit’s expiry date. However, as per new rulings released in September, this time limit no longer exists. Work permit holders can now apply for a BOWP even if their current work permit has expired, as long as they are eligible to restore it, or are on ‘maintained status’. BOWP ELIGIBILITY: If you meet the following conditions, you may be eligible to apply for a BOWP: Must apply from within Canada Must be the principal applicant who […]
- Canada Immigration for Afghan Refugees-Afghan Refugee Crisis – Opportunity to Sponsor
Our heart goes out to those affected by the emergency in Afghanistan. We are saddened by news of the growing Afghan refugee crisis. This is an incredibly difficult time for all those whose loved ones are in Afghanistan or who have already fled the country. How can you help Afghan refugees? There are options to bring your beloved relatives and friends into safe spaces such as Canada. For example, through the Group of Five (G5) program, civilians can privately sponsor Afghan refugees. The G5 program empowers Canadian citizens and permanent residents to take the initiative to welcome refugees into Canada themselves. Costs and responsibilities for the refugees (and their families, if applicable) are split amongst a group of kind-hearted […]
- IRCC all set to issue up to 10,000 applications for the 2020 PGP intake over the next days!
Candidates that can attain a spot in the lottery will receive a formal invitation to apply for the sponsor parents, grandparents program. The government of Canada will begin to notify 10,000 randomly selected sponsors for coveted spots. The spots are allotted by the IRCC are randomly selected through a lottery. Aspiring Immigrants hoping to sponsor their parents or grandparents to live permanently in Canada will understand the results of the process in the coming days and test their luck in this controversial lottery method to choose the deserving candidates for the family reunification. The applicants who have filled out the online forms in fall 2020, will be considered for this process. The results will be disclosed over the period of […]
- LIMA will be a compulsion from January 1st for all Nationals from the United Kingdom to temporarily…
The UK nationals will be exempted from this rule till December 31., 2020 under CETA but from the new year, the British citizen will need a (Labour Market Impact Assessment) if they wish to continue working. The British nationals will be considered to process under the CETA (Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement )till December 31., 2020 and can be LIMA exempt to work in Canada. Earlier last month the new transitional, post-BREXIT trade agreement was signed by Canada and the United Kingdom called Canada-U.K. Trade Continuity Agreement (TCA). This deal was important as the U.K. was leaving the European Union and to strengthen the ties between two countries as the U.K. gets a new beginning. Without an Agreement or […]