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Monday, October 22, 2012

Canada Immigration: New rules for Language Competency beginning 1 November, 2012

Immigration Minister Jason Kenney has said that the ability to effectively communicate in Canada official languages is the key factor in the success of new citizens in Canada, that is why beginning November 1, 2012, citizenship applicants will have to follow new rules to prove their competency in one of Canada’s official languages. Quoting an extensive research the Minister said that it was important that new citizens be able to participate fully in Canada's economy and society.

The Canadian Citizenship Act requires that all adult applicants for Canadian citizenship must be able to communicate in either French or English. Previously, language ability was assessed on an individual basis by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) officers. Beginning in November, CIC will be adopting a more objective assessment process. Applicants will be required to submit one of the following:

    1. The results of a CIC-approved third-party test; or
    2. The evidence of completion of secondary or post-secondary education in English of French; or
    3. The evidence of achieving the appropriate language level in certain government-funded language training programs. (EasyGoCanada.Com)

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Canada Immigration: Application Processing Time

Canada immigration: APPLICATION processing time

Federal Skilled Workers Class (Canadian experience class, investors and self employed class, family class)

This information is updated quarterly by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada and shows the time it takes to process an application after CIC receives a complete application package. In the following table 'Before' denotes those applications which were received before February 27, 2008, and 'Between' denotes those applications which were received between November 28, 2008 and June 25, 2010

For detail

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Five main reasons to immigrate to Canada

  • High standard of living.
  • Businesses and investment opportunities.
  • The highest life expectancies in the world.
  • A good education system and universal health care.
  • Peaceful and safe, one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Three Main Categories

Monday, September 24, 2012

Changes in Three Canadian Immigration Programs

Changes Announced for Three Canadian Immigration Programs. Effective July 01, 2011
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has announced changes that will be made to three of Canada’s federal immigration programs effective July 1, 2011. In order to reduce the backlog of economic applications, CIC will be adjusting the intake of applications from certain immigration categories. See details at

Canada postponed reopening of Immigration Program

Canada postponed reopening of Immigration Program
Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC) has postponed the re-opening of the Federal Skilled Worker Programme (FSW) for immigration applicants to Canada as well as the re-opening of the immigrant Investor Program (IIP). The new date of resumed intake of applications is January 2013. The intake of applications under these programmes was expected to re-open on July 1 this year. However, both programmes are under review and expected to resume no sooner than January 2013.

Quebec seeks Qualified Nurses and Nursing Technicians

Quebec seeks Qualified Nurses and Nursing Technicians
the Province of Quebec has vacancies for Registered nurse, Intensive care nurse, Geriatric nurse, Nurse technician, Nurse educator and Recovery room nurse.
Nurses who apply to the QSW program must have 3-year diploma, 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing or (for US-educated nurses) and a 2-year nursing degree. Degrees must have been completed in the last five years, Or Received a relevant degree over five years ago and worked as a nurse for at least one of the last five years. 05 September, 2012

Canada Immigration news

New Federal Skilled Worker Program Prepares Immigrants to Succeed When the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) reopens, it will include a number of important changes. The changes to the program are scheduled to come into force on January 1st, 2013. They were created so that immigrants who gain Permanent Residency through the FSWC will be better prepared to find work and settle into Canadian society. In this article, CIC News explores the logic behind the new changes, as well as how the FSWC will help immigrants come to Canada with brighter futures than ever before. Read article HERE.