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Immigration options for nurses in Canada

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There are many Canadian immigration options available for nurses to choose from. If you’re a nurse, then, chances are you may already be qualified to come to Canada as a skilled worker. You can come though one of the many economic immigration programs available at the federal and provincial level …

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Essential things to know about Canadian Culture

Even though Canada has only 35 million people living there, far less when compared to its southern neighbor, its people share one of the largest cultural diversity in the world. In Canada, there are over 200 distinct cultures. This is the reason why this nation’s synonym is “cultural mosaic”. It …

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What You Need To Know About Arranged Employment process

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The main intention the Arranged Employment (AE), has, is to make the Canadian government verify a job offer for the main purpose of qualifying for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) or the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), or circumventing its cap. Canadian Immigration makes an evaluation of each permanent …

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New CRS changes coming in June

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced yesterday that on June 6, 2017 all French speakers and candidates with a sibling who lives in Canada will receive additional points under their Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Even though these tweaks may not alter the make-up of the pool …

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Sponsor requirements list


Every Canadian citizen or Canadian permanent resident can be a sponsor. But, in order to be one, the sponsor must meet certain requirements (for the family class Sponsorship). Each sponsorship applicant is subject to the following requirements: The sponsor must demonstrate his/her financial ability and stability to provide the Family …

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