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Canada Among Top Five Expat Countries – again!

15 July 2019 | Carlos

Canada has historically always done well in quality of life surveys – the most noteworthy of which is the annual HSBC Quality of Life Survey. It came as no surprise that Canada, who consistently ranked in the top 10 since the inception of the survey, once again placed very high on this year’s survey rankings.


Make Sure You Use a Credible Immigration Service

10 July 2019 | Carlos

South Africans have lost their immigration money and in some cases their life savings to immigration fraudsters. Desperate for a better future to escape crime and corruption, South Africans who were considering immigrating to Canada were swindled out of thousands of Rands with promises of jobs and visas in Canada. This serves as a reminder that if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is, therefore it is important to seek out reputable consultancies in order to avoid losing your time and money to fraudsters.


Canada is looking to migrants to fill half a million vacant jobs

27 June 2019 | Carlos

Interesting statistics released by StatCan suggested that Canada may have to turn to migrants to manage a huge labour crisis the country is facing. In the first quarter of the year more than half a million jobs were unoccupied and Canada is now even more focused on their target of introducing a million migrants to their economy every year for the next few years.


Do I need a Skills Assessment if I am applying for Canadian immigration?

19 June 2019 | Carlos

If you are planning on immigrating to Canada you will need to have a proper Skills Assessment done. Canada employs a point-based immigration system – the more points you have the better your chances of being invited to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. One way of making sure you get those valuable points is by making sure your qualification is recognized and accredited in Canada. The only way to do this is by having a formal Skill Assessment done.