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  • 2018 PROMISES GROWTH IN TECH JOBS IN CANADA
    12 October 2018

    The tech industry in Canada boasts of 488,000 IT professionals, who work in diverse fields ranging from project management, to software development, to data analysis, to information security. In the last year, the number of jobs in the technology field grew by 11,500, making it one of the fastest growing sectors in Canada. Almost half of the newly created jobs were in Toronto, (over 5,000) thoREADMORE

  • YOUR DREAM IMMIGRATION TO CANADA – INVITATIONS EXTENDED TO 3,000 CANDIDATES IN FEBRUARY 7TH EXPRESS ENTRY DRAW
    07 February 2018

    Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited a total of 3,000 candidates with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 442 to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence in its third Express Entry draw of February 7th 2018.

     

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  • AUSTRALIA – THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR MIGRANTS
    07 October 2018

    Australia is the land of sunny climate and beautiful beaches that offers a relaxed lifestyle with diverse culture and endless opportunities when it comes to personal and economic growth. In addition, the country is known to have a supportive immigration policy. If we are to go by statistics in 2015-16 the net overseas migration (NOM) showcased an annual gain of 182,165 persons, which is 3.0% (READMORE

  • CANADA – AN IMMIGRANT’S PARADISE
    18 October 2018

    The Land of Maple Leaf – Canada has one of the highest immigration rates among the OECD nations. As per recent statistics, the immigrant population in Canada has risen from 20.6 percent in 2011 to 21.9 percent in 2017. Furthermore, the employment rate for immigrants continues to rise since 2008. The figures are clearly indicative of the fact that Canada is indeed a heaven for people in sREADMORE

  • POINTS DROP FOR SKILLSELECT IN 6TH SEPTEMBER ROUND OF INVITATIONS
    06 September 2017

    Results for the 6th September 2017 round of SkillSelect have been released.

    The take away from this round is that the required scores for Subclass 189 invitations have started to drop. This is good news for applicants who have been proactive to complete their skill assessment and submit their application into the EOI pool.

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  • IMMIGRATION UPDATES IN THE BUDGET FOR 2017 -18
    11 October 2018

    The Commonwealth 2017-18 Budget was out a week ago and important initiatives affecting visa applicants were announced:

    • Employers who sponsor employees for temporary and permanent visas will need to pay a training levy fee.
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  • CRS SCORE REACHES NEW 2018 LOW IN LATEST EXPRESS ENTRY ROUND
    23 May 2018

    The Government of Canada held a new Express Entry draw on Wednesday, the 23rd of May, issuing 3,500 invitations to apply for permanent residence. The Comprehensive Ranking System cut-off score for this draw was 440.

     

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