How The New Post Graduation Work Permit Program Relates To The Skilled Worker Application

August 20, 2008 by  
Category: Skilled Worker

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One of the most significant advantages of the new Post Graduation Work Permit program is that a labor market opinion is not required in order for the international student to receive a work permit, unlike the process for a skilled worker application. The labor market opinion used to be a requirement but now the process […]

The Procedure Of Applying For And Extending A Student Visa

May 15, 2008 by  
Category: Students

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Applying for a student visa is usually done by the student in his home country. The student will receive their admission from a qualified Canadian education institution, and with that admission paper they can apply for the student visa. They receive a student visa and apply for an entry visa, if required. With both permits, […]

The Conditions That Must Be Met When Applying For A Student Visa

May 14, 2008 by  
Category: Students

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There are a number of pre-requisites when you want to come to Canada on a student visa. First, you need to have your admission paperwork done at the qualifying educational institution before you come. Around the years 2002 and 2003, there was a certain amount of scandal about private educational institutions in Canada. The question […]

The Interview Process For Citizenship Applicants

March 31, 2008 by  
Category: Immigration Law

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A judge always has to review the application and sign off on it, but that does not mean there is always an interview or hearing in front of a judge. For instance, you may have very straight-forward, easy to assess case. You may have been in Canada without a break for the last three years. […]

Six Criteria That Must Be Met Before Someone Can Apply For Citizenship

March 27, 2008 by  
Category: Featured, Immigration Law

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Joshua Sohn explains six criteria that are needed before a person can apply for citizenship in Canada. 1. First, to apply to be a citizen of Canada you need to be 18 years or older. Someone under 18 needs to have a Canadian parent who is already a citizen or who is simultaneously applying for […]

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