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Trusted Immigration Services in Brampton/Mississauga, Ontario Canada; Whether you're facing specific immigration issues or have questions, CCV Immigration is here to help. If you've recently found yourself having to adapt to Canadian law, it's important to work with a trusted Immigration law expert. The office of CCV Immigration works to provide clients with the answers that they need.
Trusted Immigration Services in Brampton/Mississauga, Ontario Canada; Whether you're facing specific immigration issues or have questions, CCV Immigration is here to help. If you've recently found yourself having to adapt to Canadian law, it's important to work with a trusted Immigration law expert. The office of CCV Immigration works to provide clients with the answers that they need.

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IMMIGRANTS MAKE UP HALF OF CANADA'S MILLIONAIRES
 A new survey has revealed that almost half of Canada’s millionaires are either immigrants or first-generation Canadians.
 The survey, conducted by BMO Harris Private Banking, found that fully 48% of the country’s millionaires had close ties to immigration. 24% were immigrants themselves, while another 24% had at least one parent born outside of the country.
 The majority of these millionaires were self-made, building their wealth from modest beginnings. Only 20% of survey respondents attributed part or all of their wealth to inheritance.
 The survey also revealed a surprise regarding the gender of these affluent individuals: fully one third were women. This is up from just 21% three years ago.
 One of the important traits many millionaires had in common was a good education. 80% had at least a university degree, and of that number 46% had completed graduate studies.
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FOREIGN BORN CANADIANS AT HISTORICAL HIGH
 Over 6.8 million Canadians were born outside of Canada, according to new information from Statistics Canada. This staggering figure means that 20.6 per cent of the population, or 1 in 5 people, are foreign-born.
 This statistic solidifies Canada’s place as a worldwide leader in immigration, with the highest number of foreign born residents out of any G8 country. Many of these new residents are young, live in the suburbs, and work in skilled professions.
 In addition to foreign born residents, about 1 out of every 5 Canadians is of non-Caucasian descent. In some prominent suburbs of Toronto such as Markham, Brampton, and Mississauga, over 50 per cent of the population identifies a person of color.
 More recent immigrants were overwhelmingly from Asia and the Middle East, with the Philippines remaining the top source country for immigrants to Canada. Immigrants from Asia have decreased slightly, however, as areas such as African, the Caribbean, and Central and South America become increasingly larger sources of immigrants.
 Over 90% of immigrants live in metropolitan areas, largely the international hubs of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. While Toronto continues to draw the most newcomers, quickly growing cities such as Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, and Halifax have seen their efforts to attract immigrants pay off with increased numbers of immigrants.
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IMMIGRANTS MAKE UP HALF OF CANADA'S MILLIONAIRES
 A new survey has revealed that almost half of Canada’s millionaires are either immigrants or first-generation Canadians.
 The survey, conducted by BMO Harris Private Banking, found that fully 48% of the country’s millionaires had close ties to immigration. 24% were immigrants themselves, while another 24% had at least one parent born outside of the country.
 The majority of these millionaires were self-made, building their wealth from modest beginnings. Only 20% of survey respondents attributed part or all of their wealth to inheritance.
 The survey also revealed a surprise regarding the gender of these affluent individuals: fully one third were women. This is up from just 21% three years ago.
 One of the important traits many millionaires had in common was a good education. 80% had at least a university degree, and of that number 46% had completed graduate studies.
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