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Almost Half of Expats Would Stay in Canada Forever

Almost half of all expats currently living in Canada said they would stay there forever if they could. A new survey that considered ease of settling in and quality of life are some of the things making Canada one of the ideal places for foreigners to settle. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation published the results of the newest InterNations Expat Insider survey. Li…

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A Quarter of Canada’s Workforce are Immigrants

Nearly 25% of Canada’s working population were born overseas and more than half of those are highly educated holding at least a bachelor’s degree. Canada’s latest Census data, released on Tuesday, showed that immigrants accounted for 23.8 percent of Canadian workers in 2016, up from 21.2 percent in 2006. During that same period, Canada introduced major changes to its im…

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New App Tells if You Are Legal in Australia

Migrants new to Australia can now make sure that their working rights are legal and that their migration status is up to date. A new app developed by an Australian company can instantly determine the visa eligibility of a person wanting to work in Australia, just by scanning their passport identification page. Of course, this app also helps Australian employers identify…

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Ontario to Co-operate on Maximizing the Benefits of Immigration

A comprehensive agreement on immigration was signed on 25 November 2017 in a ceremony at Queen's Park by Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship and Laura Albanese, Ontario Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. The Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement (COIA) creates a new framework to strengthen the long-term partnership between Ontario and Ca…

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How to Sponsor Your Partner’s Canadian Visa

When you agree to sponsor someone to join you in Canada, you will be expected to sign a legally binding undertaking, promising to give financial support for the basic needs of the people you’re sponsoring, and any of their dependent children. This makes it possible for your loved ones to gain residency in Canada and join you there. The length of time you are legally res…

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Canada Could Remove “Discriminatory” Immigration Rule

Canada’s Immigration Minister, Ahmed Hussen, said his office is considering removing a section of the country’s Immigration Act that actively discriminates against people with disabilities. The act, which is part of the health requirements for admission, states that a foreign person who may be in need of specialized and expensive medical treatment for a pre-existing con…

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Canadian University Degrees Valued by Employers Worldwide

Studying at a Canadian university might be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make, this is according to the results of a new survey stating that degrees from Canadian universities continue to be highly valued around the world. The Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking table polled 6,000 firms globally on the question of which universities pr…

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Express Entry Candidates Benefit from Ontario Immigration Stream

The reopening last week of the Canadian province of Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities immigration stream allowed certain candidates in the Express Entry pool to benefit from one of Canada’s most popular Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) streams. Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and includes both the country’s largest city, Toronto, as well as Ottawa, the natio…

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Where to study?

If you are planning on studying overseas you might have considered a few options. According to QS Top Universities’ most recent survey results Norway is the most affordable followed by Taiwan and then Germany. But the picture should be looked at holistically. To study in Taiwan you should be fluent in Mandarin and if you think German would be easier, getting a study vis…

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Australia or Canada

So we’re saying if you are going to immigrate consider Australia or Canada, which would be a better fit for you? All depends on what is important to you and what you have to offer. Canada and Australia are basically on opposite poles (quite literally too). Australia, in the Southern hemisphere hugged by the warm Indian ocean is warm and sunny. Canada sits so far North that…

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