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Multiple Entry Visitor Visas now available in Canada

As of February of this year, visitors to Canada will be automatically considered for a Multiple-Entry Visitor Visa. This visa allows visitors to enter Canada for periods of 6 months at a time for up to 10 years without having to reapply each time. In addition, the government processing fees have been reduced from $150 CDN to $100 for each application. These changes were brought about to simplify the application process for applicants, promote tourism and trade, as well as encourage multiple visits to Canada from travelers.

Friday, September 26, 2014READ MORE

Prime Minister Harper Emphasizes Significance of Indian Immigrants

During his keynote speech in Toronto at the Pearson Convention Centre on Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper highlighted the importance of India as the main source country for immigration. The recent surge in the number of Indian nationals moving to Canada is due to many new changes implemented by the Canadian government.

Thursday, August 28, 2014READ MORE

Federal Skilled Worker Program Opens for 25,000 Applicants

After the Quebec Immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers has reached its maximum cap intake, applicants now can apply for the principal alternative immigration program - Federal Skilled Worker Program.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014READ MORE

Liberal Party Leader Suggests Cooperation on Foreign Immigration

Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau has expressed his support for joint actions between the federal government and provinces on dealing with the immigration of foreign workers. In particular, the cooperation will focus on how the government manages the temporary worker program.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014READ MORE

Canadian Government Attempts to Fine Tune Start-up Visa Application System

To date, the Canada's Start-up Visa Program, an experimentation program for granting visa to entrepreneurs, has been held just twice since its inception in early 2013. According to Canada's Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, the program will receive several changes in order to reduce the processing time.

Monday, August 25, 2014READ MORE

All you need to know about Canada's new Express Entry system

As of January 1st, 2015, the Canadian government will introduce its new Express Entry system which will help process permanent residence applications to Canada for some economic programs. This program should oversee an improvement in processing times, candidate selection and job offer opportunities for all those who wish to work and live in Canada. Here's all you need to know about Canada's new Express Entry system.

Friday, August 22, 2014READ MORE

Canadian Citizenship Backlog Hits All-time Low Level in 2 years

According to a statement issued by Canada Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander, the Citizenship Act has reduced the number of unprocessed applications to the lowest level in the past two years. Immigration and Citizenship Canada is attempting to shorten the overall processing time for getting Canadian visa from the current three years period to less than one year by 2015/16.

Friday, August 15, 2014READ MORE

Canada Issues First 2 Start-Up Visas in Vancouver

On July 16, 2014, the first two start - up visas have been issued for two former Ukrainian citizens by Canadian Citizenship and Immigration in Vancouver.

Thursday, August 14, 2014READ MORE

Limit for 2014 Quebec Skilled Workers Program Reached

The Quebec Immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers 2014 has closed after the program filled its maximum cap intake. This year, the government of Quebec has set the start date for the Quebec Skilled Workers Program on April 1st, 2014 with an established intake cap of 6,500 applications.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014READ MORE

Canada announces Skilled Express Entry Details

On July 14, 2014, Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander met with business leaders and various other stakeholders to provide further details concerning the launch of the Express Entry program which is set to replace the processing of certain visa applications by January 1, 2014.

Touted as a faster and more effective way for Canada to welcome skilled economic immigrants, the Minister held one of many information sessions with employers regarding this new way of processing applications which will be dependent on more active employer interaction than ever before.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014READ MORE

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CANADALATEST IMMIGRATION NEWS
Multiple Entry Visitor Visas now available in Canada

As of February of this year, visitors to Canada will be automatically considered for a Multiple-Entry Visitor Visa. This visa allows visitors to enter Canada for periods of 6 months at a time for up to 10 years without having to reapply each time. In addition, the government processing fees have been reduced from $150 CDN to $100 for each application. These changes were brought about to simplify the application process for applicants, promote tourism and trade, as well as encourage multiple visits to Canada from travelers.


Prime Minister Harper Emphasizes Significance of Indian Immigrants
During his keynote speech in Toronto at the Pearson Convention Centre on Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper highlighted the importance of India as the main source country for immigration. The recent surge in the number of Indian nationals moving to Canada is due to many new changes implemented by the Canadian government.

Federal Skilled Worker Program Opens for 25,000 Applicants
After the Quebec Immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers has reached its maximum cap intake, applicants now can apply for the principal alternative immigration program - Federal Skilled Worker Program.

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