New rules: Faster, easier processing for Canadian Citizenship

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We share the changes to requirements and how they impact you.  Read our step-by-step guide to the process and learn about the advantages of Canadian Citizenship over Canadian Permanent Residency.

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Canada welcomes 30,000 DACA DREAMers

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We show you the basics of the Canadian Immigration system and share what life is like in Canada.

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Your complete guide to Canada Express Entry Immigration

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You will learn how Express Entry really works and the best ways to boost your Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) score and increase your chances of an invitation to apply.

We will also explain why over 25%* of Express Entry PR application are rejected and tell you 7 pitfalls to avoid this happening to you.

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LMIA – Employer’s Guide for Hiring Temporary Foreign Workers to Canada & Top 5 Reasons for Refusal

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Read our overview of Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker program, learn about the Labour Market Impact Assessment process and its alternatives and find out what it takes to have your application approved.

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How to Move to Canada: 7 Things You Should Know Before You Immigrate

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Interested in immigrating to Canada but don’t know where to start?

We share the basics on life in Canada. And show you the most popular immigration programs including Express Entry and alternatives.

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3 Changes to Canada’s Working Holiday Visas & How They Impact You

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In this article we explore the recent changes to the International Experience Canada Program.

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New Route to Canada – Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) highlights and requirements

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On March 6, 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) officially launched the three-year Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program and have begun to accept permanent resident applications under the new program.

The AIPP was introduced by the Federal government and Atlantic Provinces to address pressing labour market shortages in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada.

It is designed to help employers attract and retain skilled immigrants in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

With its unique eligibility criteria and fast processing times, AIPP opens a new door for potential workers and graduates.

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