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Which Canadian province should you move to?

While getting permanent residence is the first step towards Canadian immigration, it is also important to decide which province you want to live in. With that in mind, here’s a quick overview of the provinces of Canada:

Read at http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/157/Which-Canadian-province-should-you-move-to%3F.html

If you are looking for more information, contact us. We are committed to supporting you immigrate to a new life in Canada.

Tel.: +971 6 5566188, Mob.: +971 50 3876269

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Canada, Ontario announce new immigration agreement

The governments of Canada and Ontario have announced a new agreement designed to enhance their efforts to recruit skilled immigrants and get them the training they need to meet the province’s occupational requirements in their professions.

The Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement (COIA) includes up to $91 million in funding for bridge training programs over the next three years to help newcomers bring their skills into line with Ontario’s professional standards.

Read more:
http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/156/Canada%2C-Ontario-announce-new-immigration-agreement.html

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Canada to admit 340,000 immigrants a year by 2020

The federal government sought Wednesday to introduce more stability into Canada's immigration system by introducing a plan that sets out a gradual rise in admissions over the next three years.

By 2020, Canada will see an increase of 13 per cent in overall immigration numbers, with the vast majority coming under economic programs designed to address skills shortages and gaps in the labour market as the population ages and the birth rate declines.

At 340,000 people, the increase by 2020 represents the highest intake since before the First World War, though it stops short of the 450,000 target suggested by the government's economic advisory council in a report last year.

Read: http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/155/Canada-to-admit-340%2C000-immigrants-a-year-by-2020.html

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November 23 Manitoba draw invites 272 skilled workers to immigrate

A total of 272 skilled workers were invited through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) in a draw that took place on November 23. In this draw, workers were invited through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Worker Overseas streams.

The province invited a total of 250 candidates in the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream to apply, with the lowest ranked candidate invited at a score of 567. In addition, 22 skilled workers were invited through the Skilled Worker Overseas sub-category, more specifically under the Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

Read more at
http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/154/November-23-Manitoba-draw-invites-272-skilled-workers-to-immigrate.html

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Want to migrate to Canada from UAE? Here are the new rules

Canada ranks high on quality of life for expats. Follow our steps if migrating is on cards for you.
Few expats love the idea of relocating to a new country and exploring a new lifestyle. For expats in the UAE on a lookout for a new experience, Canada should be on your go-to list as it is one of most welcoming countries for immigrants across the world.

If you have been toying with the idea of exploring Canada, this update will make you happy. The country has now made the process easier for expats by making few changes to their Express Entry system.

For more details, visit - http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/142/Want-to-migrate-to-Canada-from-UAE%3F-Here-are-the-new-rules.html

Or call us - Tel.: +971 6 5566188, Mob.: +971 50 3876269

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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is a new feature in the Canadian immigration landscape for 2017.

Through this program, the federal government — together with the governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island — aim to welcome 2,000 newcomers and their families to the Atlantic region of Eastern Canada in 2017.

For more details, visit - http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/141/Canada's-New-Atlantic-Immigration-Pilot-Program-a-Fresh-Opportunity.html

Or call us - Tel.: +971 6 5566188, Mob.: +971 50 3876269

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Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program Reopens for new Applications to Immigrate to Canada

27-January-2016: Alberta has reopened its Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) or new applications. The AINP is one of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs, which allow provinces such as Alberta to nominate individuals for permanent immigration to Canada.
 
Alberta has not been accepting new applications to the AINP since August 27, 2015. The government of Alberta announced at that time that the program would reopen on January 27, 2016.

Read more at http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/138/Alberta-Immigrant-Nominee-Program-Reopens-for-new-Applications-to-Immigrate-to-Canada.html

For more details call us - Tel.: +971 6 5566188, Mob.: +971 50 3876269
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Quebec Immigrant Investor Program reopens on May 30, 2016

http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/137/Quebec-Immigrant-Investor-Program-reopens-on-May-30%2C-2016.html

Immigration authorities in the Province of Quebec announced they will begin accepting new applications under its highly successful.

Quebec Immigrant Investor Program for a limited period beginning May 30th 2016 and ending February 28th 2017.

This comes as welcome news for high net worth individuals looking for an attractive passive investment program offering Canadian permanent residence. The Quebec program (QIIP) is the only large scale passive investment program of its kind in Canada and the second largest in North America after the US EB-5.

For more details call us - Tel.: +971 6 5566188, Mob.: +971 50 3876269
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New Record Low CRS Requirement in Seventeenth Express Entry Draw for Canadian Immigration

18-September-2015On 18th September, 2015, UTC 14:51, the CIC has announced the results of seventeenth draw of Express Entry. When the announcement made, many felt happy as they were waiting for long, to get an invite to apply for the Canadian Permanent residency. Unlike last time, the CIC this time has offered 28 invitations more. The total number of invites send for 17th draw was 1545.
 
CiC rolls out red carpet for all who get invite as they are qualified professionals and they tend to posses special skills as well as abilities.
 
Previously CIC conducted, nearing to 16 express entry draws during the period January 31st 2015 to 8 th September 2015. For 17th Express entry draw, the cut off score to get an invite was 450, when compared to 16th draw, the cut off score has been decreased.
 
Read More  -> http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/135/New-Record-Low-CRS-Requirement-in-Seventeenth-Express-Entry-Draw-for-Canadian-Immigration.html
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CIC Conducts 16th Express Entry Draw And Issues 1517 Invitations

Yesterday, the Citizenship and immigration Canada (CIC) has published the results of sixteenth Canada Express Entry draw. When this news was published, many had relief as they have got an invite to apply for Canada PR. This time, the CIC has send 1517 invitations to the applicants to apply for Canada PR.

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http://www.cscimmigration.com/pages/134/CIC-Conducts-16th-Express-Entry-Draw-And-Issues-1517-Invitations.html
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