New Express Entry Draw Has Invited Applicants with the Lowest Score in 2019

In the Express Entry draw held on October 16, 500 specialists with work experience in skilled trades were invited to apply for permanent residence within the Federal Skilled Trades Program. The Express Entry draw held on October 16, 2019 was the second invitation round this year that targeted applicants in the Federal Skilled Trades Program. Read More …

New Brunswick Will Hold Two Job Fairs in Kyiv

This November, immigration officers and employers from the Canadian province of New Brunswick will hold two job fairs and an information session in the Ukrainian capital. Registration is open! In November 2019, New Brunswick scheduled two job fairs and an information session in Kyiv: November 20, 2019: an information session November 21 and 22: job Read More …

Canada is Planning to Introduce a Municipal Immigration Program

Not only provinces but also municipalities will be able to select the candidates they need, invite them and offer permanent residence. The Liberal Party of Canada has taken the initiative to introduce a municipal immigration program and abolish citizenship fees. The party, led by current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, will allow local communities, chambers of Read More …

New Express Entry Draw Has Been the Largest in 8 Months

In the latest Express Entry draw held on October 2, Canada sent the largest number of invitations to apply for permanent residence since January 2019. The Government of Canada sent 3,900 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to permanent residence candidates during the Express Entry draw held on October 2, 2019.  During this draw, 300 more invitations Read More …

A Canadian Party Leader Has Proposed Closing the Temporary Foreign Worker Program

The Green Party of Canada intends to close the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, should they win the elections that will be held on October 21. The Temporary Foreign Workers Program (TFWP) has been the pillar of the Canadian economy for decades and remains so until now. Every year, tens of thousands of foreign workers enter Read More …

New Brunswick Has Changed Immigration Requirements for the Skilled Worker Stream

New Brunswick has updated immigration requirements and selection criteria for the candidates applying under the Skilled Worker Stream. The criteria that have been subject to changes include age, language proficiency level, education, work experience, and a job offer. In September 2019, the province of New Brunswick changed the requirements for age, language proficiency level, education, Read More …

The Number of Skilled Immigrant Workers Has Almost Halved in Quebec

In the first half of 2019, Quebec welcomed 40% fewer international skilled workers, which contradicts the objectives set by the government. New statistics show that Quebec fulfills its promise to reduce the number of immigrants in 2019. However, the province has also reduced skilled immigrant workers, which contradicts the goals of the government. According to Read More …