Five Canadian Provinces Sent PNP Invitations to Skilled Immigrants

Attracting skilled immigrants is crucial for the economic growth and development of provinces in Canada. To meet their specific labor market needs, five provinces – Ontario, British Columbia (BC), Quebec, Alberta, and Prince Edward Island (PEI) – have recently issued invitations through their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). These programs allow provinces and territories to select … Read more

IRCC Caregiver Pilot Programs 2024: Eligibility & Application Process

In 2024, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is set to reset the cap and accept applications for two caregiver pilot programs: The Home Childcare Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot. These programs offer a direct path to Permanent Residence (PR) for applicants with work experience in caregiving, aiming to streamline the immigration process … Read more

Minister Marc Miller Announced plans to increase domestic draws for temporary residents

In a recent announcement on Thursday, March 21st, Immigration Minister Marc Miller unveiled plans to increase “domestic draws” for temporary residents already in Canada who are candidates for permanent residence (PR). These draws, which reference PR selection rounds through pathways like Express Entry managed programs, aim to select candidates based on their Comprehensive Ranking System … Read more

Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) Draw March 21,2024

The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) continues to be a popular pathway for skilled workers and entrepreneurs seeking Canadian permanent residence. In a recent draw held on March 21, 2024, the province issued invitations to apply to 85 candidates under various streams, highlighting the province’s ongoing commitment to attracting talented individuals from … Read more

Stat-Can Report: Canada achieves fastest two-month immigration Growth in history. What’s next?

Canada’s immigration policy has become a contentious issue, sparking debates over housing affordability, public services, and economic growth. The country has witnessed a significant influx of immigrants, with numbers reaching unprecedented levels. As Canada grapples with the implications of its immigration policies, a closer examination is warranted to understand the complexities and potential ramifications. Immigration … Read more

Future of Canada’s New Immigration Policy: Setting Target for Temporary Residents

In a significant shift, the Canadian government is set to establish targets for temporary residents entering the country, marking a pivotal moment in the nation’s immigration policy. Immigration Minister Marc Miller recently announced this groundbreaking decision, emphasizing the need for “sustainable” growth in the number of temporary residents. Setting Targets for Temporary Residents Miller’s announcement … Read more

How to Become an Regulated Immigration Consultant in Canada

Becoming a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) is a rigorous process that involves specialized study and examination. In this guide, we’ll explore the steps required to become an RCIC and why it’s essential to hire an RCIC for your immigration needs. What Is an RCIC? A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant is a professional authorized by … Read more