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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Final Chance For Current Federal Skilled Worker Program

The current immigration to Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), which opened in May, 2014, will finish on 31 December, 2014. Since three months remaining, potential candidates have a limited window of opportunity to apply for this program. Successful applicants will gain Canadian permanent residence. After December 31, 2014, the current rules and procedures for the FSWP will no longer effective. Continue Reading


Major Reforms to Care-Givers Program

The government of Canada has announced a range of reforms to what has until now been known as the Live-In Caregiver Program. Reforms had been anticipated for some months, but the scope of the changes announced by Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, go beyond what might have been expected. These changes aim to give more opportunity for caregivers to become permanent residents of Canada, while ensuring that workers’ rights are upheld. Continue Reading

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The 'Express Entry' a blessing for skilled Canada immigration seekers

The 'Express Entry' skilled immigration system will come into force from January 2015. The new programme is a shift from "passive processing to active recruitment". The new system will facilitate the skilled successful applicants in the economic and business immigrant categories to get their applications processed in as little time as six months.
In new Express Entry system applicants will submit their 'Expression of Interest', their resume and necessary details to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) database. If a Canadian employer cannot find Canadian citizen candidate, the system will allow the employers to go online and find their required employee accessing the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) database of applicants anywhere in the world.
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Saturday, August 9, 2014

The Government of Canada Creates the Spousal Sponsorship Program

The Government of Canada created the Spousal Sponsorship Program, a section of the Family Class Sponsorship Program which allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner for Canadian Permanent Residency. Both the sponsor and the sponsored partner must receive approval from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) in order for the sponsored person to receive Canadian Permanent Residency.

Couples can apply under one of two categories of Spousal Sponsorship Program: Inland application and Outland application. Each category has pros and cons that should be considered before submitting an application.

Inland Applications Couples who wish to submit a sponsorship application while already living in Canada must submit an ‘Inland’ application. If a couple is pursuing an Inland application, the sponsored spouse may become eligible to obtain an open work permit, allowing them to work while waiting for the sponsorship result. Application for open work permits is usually submitted with the Inland sponsorship application. Remeber, the applicant is not allowed to work in Canada without a valid work permit. Also keep in mind that if the applicants leaves Canada during the application process there is a risk of declaring his/her application “abandoned” by CIC.

Outland Application If sponsored partner is living outside of Canada, the coule may apply for the Outland category. Outland applicants can still be in Canada and apply through the Outland program, and may be permitted to travel in and out of Canada throughout the application process. Outland applications are processed through the visa office that serves the applicant’s country of origin, or where they have resided legally for at least one year. Thus, processing times for applications will depend on the visa office.
Spouse Immigration: Two Categories for Canada Immigration Applicants

Special Immigration Program CAN+ for Indian Skiulled Worker Applicants

Canada Offers Permanent Residence, Jobs, health, education, business
Canadian Citizenship and Immigration has announced an special immigration program for Indian nationals who have visited Canada or United States within last ten years. The CAN+ program was announced by the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration minister during a visit to New Delhi. CAN+ aims to increase processing efficiency for visitors coming to Canada from India.

Those visitors who have visited Canada or US within last bten years will receive accelerated processing, allowing for Visa officers to focus on other cases. This will result in more efficient overall processing times for Indian travellers.

The Minister highlighted a number of government initiatives aimed to improve travel and trade from Canada to India. Among these programs are three visa “Express” programs for Indian businesspeople, tourists, and students, and 10 Visa Application Centres (VACs). He also announced a standardized multiple-entry visa at a reduced fee of CAD $100.

It is learnt that Indian nationals rank in the top 10 source countries of international visitors to Canada. Over 130,000 Indian citizens were issued Canadian visitor visas in 2013, and nearly 14,000 Indian citizens received Canadian student permits.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

CANADA: Food And Other Selected Items, Average Retail Prices (CAD)

Food And Other Selected Items, Average Retail Prices (CAD) Detail about Prices in Canada for Immigration Applicants
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Round steakkg 12.63 13.44 14.32 14.38
Sirloin steak 1 kg 15.29 16.13 17.23 16.81
Prime rib roast 1 kg 21.37 22.44 23.82 22.57
Blade roast 1 kg 10.15 10.77 11.16 12.22
Stewing beef 1 kg 9.78 10.55 11.34 11.57
Ground beef, regular 1 kg 7.54 8.24 9.02 9.50

25 most popular eligible occupations, their job descriptions, average salaries and National Occupation classification Codes (noc)

There are 50 eligible occupations in current Occupation List. Out of which 25 most popular eligible occupations, their job descriptions, average salaries and National Occupation Codes (NOC) are given in this table. Note that a maximum of 25,000 applications will be accepted for review, with a cap of 1000 for each individual occupation. Click here to view the current number of applications received by the government for each of the 50 eligible occupations.