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Ontario has conducted a new draw through its Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream, issuing 2,281 invitations targeting tech occupations for Canada immigration. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) draw took place on March 21 and invited candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores between 468 and 480. The draw targeted the following occupations: NOC 20012 – Computer and information systems
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Canada will start limiting temporary immigration from September and gradually work on reducing it over the coming three years, says Immigration Minister Marc Miller. In an announcement on March 21, the immigration minister said he would be meeting with provincial and territorial immigration ministers in May to determine the specifics of these temporary immigration levels.
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The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), which helps foreign nationals immigrate to Canada to take hard-to-fill jobs in such areas as healthcare, specialized skilled trades, and technology, hit a record number of nominations for permanent residency last year, reports that provincial government. “Demand for the OINP continues to be strong with the OINP issuing its largest number of nominations
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Immigration officials in Canada announced this week they are going to process more H-1B open work permit applications submitted under a temporary measure announced in July last year than was previously allowed, says Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on its website. The IRCC is not accepting new applications under this temporary measure, only allowing
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Canadian-born women are almost twice as likely to divorce their husbands or common-law partners as are immigrant women, reveals Statistics Canada. In their report, The Duration Of First Unions: A Comparative Analysis Between Landed Immigrants And Canadian-Born Individuals, researchers Clémence Zossou and Solène Lardoux report using data from 2017 that landed immigrant women split up
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The two Caregiver pilot programs for immigration to Canada, the Home Child Care Provider (HCCP) and the Home Support Worker (HSW) pilots are set to expire in only three months – with many applicants for permanent residency still in the backlog. “Many of us are still struggling to apply for permanent resident because of English
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Canada’s spousal sponsorship program was down almost a third in January this year compared to the level of new permanent residents admitted under the program during the comparable month last year, the latest data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reveals. In January, the spousal sponsorship program helped 6,975 spouses and common-law partners become new
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