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Canada’s federal government intends to eliminate the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for people entering Canada by the end of September, the same day it will end random testing of travelers and make the ArriveCan app optional. The air and travel industries have been lobbying the government to ease international travel restrictions, claiming that they deter visitors and are
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IRCC will begin shifting to fully digital applications for most permanent residence applications beginning September 23, 2022, due to processing backlogs in the immigration system. The IRCC has also announced it will most likely be exempting applicants who are already in Canada from a required medical examination. If specific requirements are met, this will apply to
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Canada has announced a $1.5 million investment to assist foreign-trained health care workers in obtaining credential recognition. The funding, announced on Monday by Marie-France Lalonde, Parliamentary Secretary to Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, will assist professionals educated abroad in filling key positions in Canada’s health-care system in provinces other than Quebec. What Does This New Project
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Sean Fraser, Canada’s Minister of Immigration, talked today in Vancouver on IRCC’s ongoing efforts to minimize application backlogs, enhance client satisfaction, and solve labor shortages. As a quick fix, the IRCC has declared that it will have hired up to 1,250 more staff members by late fall in an effort to increase processing capacity, decrease
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For those who want to travel and experience a different culture, exchange programs can offer a rewarding educational and cultural experience. Before coming to the U.S. and beginning your program, you’ll probably need to apply for a J-1 (exchange visitor) visa if you’re interested in participating in a U.S. exchange program. Here are five ideas
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Quebec provides exclusive international tuition waivers for students coming from overseas in an effort to entice them to pursue postsecondary education in the province. In general, tuition fees unique to international students must be paid by foreign students who enter Quebec on a study permit in order to enroll in a public college and get
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The May 2022 edition of Statistics Canada’s monthly payroll employment, wages, hours, and job vacancy report has been made public. The research indicates that for the first time since May 2021, fewer employees in Canada are receiving income or perks from their company. According to the report, which was created using information from the Survey
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International students seeking higher education and job prospects frequently choose the United States. It can be challenging to select the over 5,000 colleges and institutions in the United States that may be the greatest fit for you and that are prepared to address the unique difficulties and requirements of overseas students. There are some general
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Families of the Canadian victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 can now apply for permanent residency through a new program established by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). According to a government press release, the new permanent residency track is available to anyone who wants to move to Canada
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A new national identification card program for unauthorized immigrants has been suggested by the Biden administration. The “ICE Secure Docket Card program” would provide temporary ID cards to border crossers and other undocumented immigrants so they could legally identify themselves while navigating their immigration cases or removal court processes. The “Secure Docket Cards”—named after the
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Delays at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are having a severe impact on Canadian businesses, academic institutions, and government-funded organizations that access immigration (IRCC). In June 2022, a poll was done by the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC), a non-profit organization with a focus on workforce mobility issues. The poll received responses from 33 organizations
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Thousands of couples in long-distance relationships abroad are taking advantage of the K-1 visa process to reunite with their significant other and live with them in the United States. This opportunity is HUGE for many individuals and following the steps correctly is vital to your success. Once you’ve been granted a K-1 visa, the process
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