Today’s NOC Changes Will Affect Express Entry Candidates
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Today’s NOC Changes Will Affect Express Entry Candidates

IRCC has been working on transitioning to the NOC 2021 system since the announcement on July 27, 2022. This change will affect Canada’s 100+ immigration programs, including Express Entry. NOC 2021 changes skill type and level to TEER categories The requirements will be aligned with the NOC 2021 structure for all 3 Express Entry programs…

New Immigration Plan for Canada: New Goal of 500K Immigrants a Year by 2025
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New Immigration Plan for Canada: New Goal of 500K Immigrants a Year by 2025

As of November 1, 2022, today the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, has announced Canada’s 2023–2025 Immigration Levels Plan. In order to manage the social and economic challenges Canada will face in the decades ahead, the plan focuses on immigration as a strategy for helping businesses find workers and attracting the…

International Students Can Work Off-campus for Over 20 Hours a Week in Canada
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International Students Can Work Off-campus for Over 20 Hours a Week in Canada

Employers have been facing unusual challenges in finding and retaining the workers they need during this period of economic recovery and growth. The Government of Canada is continuing to take concrete actions to address current industry needs. Today, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, has announced the temporary lifting of the…

What To Know About Expired or Expiring Work Permits and Temporary to Permanent Resident Pathways
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What To Know About Expired or Expiring Work Permits and Temporary to Permanent Resident Pathways

On August 2, 2022, the Government of Canada announced that the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is implementing new measures for former international students whose post-graduation work permits have expired or will be expiring soon. Additionally, the IRCC will be working with applicants who are seeking temporary and permanent residency in Canada. The new…

SINP Tech Talent Pathway Program
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SINP Tech Talent Pathway Program

A new immigration pathway in Saskatchewan provides the opportunity for tech workers to live in Canada, no matter where they’re from.  What the Tech Talent Program is There are eleven occupations in Saskatchewan that are in high demand (we’ll go over what they are in a bit). In order to fill in all these openings,…