Tag Archives: Canada Skilled Immigration

International students are the growing economic contributors of Canada 0

International students are the growing economic contributors of Canada. This is the sector in which the federal government and the education community are working together to promote Canada Immigration. The efforts are paying off, as the number of students from India alone, studying in college, has jumped from 1,500 to 8,000 over the last 4 […]

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Faster Citizenship Application Process 0

The government of Canada on June 3 announced relaxed rules for the citizenship application process. This will allow the applicants who had failed in their first test can rewrite the test than that of waiting for an appointment for the citizenship judge. According to the announcement by the Canadian government the citizenship applicants who have […]

A Real Hike of 3.6% in GDP of Canada 0

According to the recent report released by TD Economics, Alberta is expected to lead the country’s economic growth in the year 2014. Alberta’s real GDP growth for the year 2013 is 2.8%, which will grow to 3.6% by the year 2014. Alberta is one of the strongest provinces in terms of growth in Canada. Despite […]

Passport Canada Makes a Sensible Move 0

Passport Canada will not end. It is going to continue to exist in accordance with Service Canada and Citizenship and Immigration Canada from July 2, 2013, and beyond. With the help of this change, Canadians can continue to see familiar and trusted Passport Canada signs at the offices. The Passport office in Windsor will not […]

CIC Consulting Canadians on Immigration Levels and Mix 0

Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced that Citizenship and Immigration Canada(CIC) launched online consultations for public input on immigration levels and mix.In addition, Parliamentary Secretary Rick Dykstra is beginning a series of cross-country consultations with stakeholders today, starting in Mississauga. “Since 2006, the Government of Canada has welcomed the highest sustained levels of […]

Canada Set to Launch Phase II of Entry/Exit Initiative 0

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today that it will begin implementing Phase II of the Entry/Exit Initiative with the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on June 30, 2013, as outlined in the Beyond the Border Action Plan. Under Phase II, the CBSA and DHS will exchange entry data collected on […]