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The 80 % of Backlog Linked with Spousal Sponsorship is Now cleared: An Announcement Made by the IRCC

During an announcement made by the IRCC, it was disclosed that the 80% of a total spousal sponsorship backlog has been cleared. Ahmed Hussein, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has made this announcement recently while discussing a Valentine’s Day special update. Hussein acknowledged the achievements of his department and said that the […]

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Canadian Government is all Set to Deal with the Rule Causing Refusal for Immigrants on Medical Grounds

Ahmed Hussein, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, has conveyed his intention and looks confident to devise an action plan with his department to address a controversial policy. At present, this policy acts as a hurdle for the immigrants who may cause an “Excessive Demand” on the health-care system of Canada. The action […]

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Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream Sends Invitations to the Eligible Express Entry candidates

Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream issues 488 Invitations to the eligible candidates during a recent round conducted on February 12, 2018. These candidates were having a profile in the federal Express Entry pool. The issuance of NOIs allows them to apply for a provincial nomination. According to Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), only those candidates have received […]

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Express Entry Draw – 3,000 Candidates Received Invitation On 7th February

The recent Express Entry draw of February 7, 2018, has shown a reduction in the minimum CRS requirements. The statistics of this draw show that out of total 3,000 candidates, those scoring the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points of 442 or above have received an Invitation to Apply (ITA). Hence, we can state that the candidates who have scored […]

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How Express Entry Tie-Break Procedure Works?

The recently conducted two draws from the Express Entry pool witnessed the use of the tie-break procedure by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This is the same procedure, introduced back in June 2017. This particular process allows to rank candidates having same Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score while considering the date and time of submission of […]

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Study in Belgium

If you’re looking for a real international study abroad experience, you need look no further than Belgium. A small country, with a big cultural history, Belgium is home to over 10 million people. It’s also the place that the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) call home. Officially known as the […]

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Skilled Workers Overseas

Canadian Immigration: All applicants to the MPNP who are applying as Skilled Workers Overseas must demonstrate an established connection to Manitoba either through the support of family members or friends, through previous education or work experience in the province or through an Invitation to Apply received directly from the MPNP as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. […]

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Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program Updates

Canadian Immigration: March 4, 2016 Clarification: Wage Requirements The OINP expects that the employee will receive pay for hours worked according to the information provided by the employer. The OINP requires that an employer’s wage offer to a prospective nominee be described on the basis of the individual’s hourly wage expressed as either a) hourly pay and […]

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Austrian expatriates in Greece condemn Vienna over refugee crisis

Greece’s Austrian community has issued a withering denunciation of Vienna’s strongarm approach to the refugee crisis, describing it as “callous” and deeply embarrassing for the country’s citizens abroad. In an open letter to the government, an English-language version of which has been passed to the Observer, prominent Austrians long connected with Greece appeal to their […]

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Sustainability Masters Scholarships at University of Leeds

Brief description: The School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, is offering a number of sustainability scholarships worth up to £8,000-£19,000, to international and UK/EU students of outstanding ability, achievement, and potential to undertake a full-time Sustainability Masters degree programme. Host Institution(s): School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds in United Kingdom Field(s) […]

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Nanny kicked out of NZ over work deal

New Zealand Immigration: Immigration authorities are defending their decision to refuse entry to an Australian couple’s au pair, but admit it was unfortunate the French 18-year-old had to spend a night in police cells. Au pair Manon Pache was refused a visitor’s visa when she arrived at Queenstown Airport in December with her Australian employers, Pip and […]

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Canada gives visa-exempt travellers 6 months to comply with electronic travel authorization

Canadian Immigration: The Liberal government has given travellers from visa-exempt countries a six-month grace period to comply with a new pre-screening measure that was set to take effect on March 15, bowing to calls from industry representatives who expressed concerns over the timing of the new requirement. Some three million travellers flying to or passing through Canada will be required to […]

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University of Westminster Full International Scholarships

Brief description: Westminster’s Full International Scholarships are the University’s most competitive scholarships that are open to international students from developing and middle income countries who wish to pursue a full-time Undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster. Host Institution(s): University of Westminster, United Kingdom Level/Field of study: Any eligible Undergraduate Programme offered at University of Westminster. Number of […]

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6 reasons to think twice before moving to Canada

Canadian Immigration: After Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each won seven state primaries on Super Tuesday, Google GOOG, -0.21%   searches for “Move to Canada” spiked to their highest level ever. Of course, the social-media outcry over the Republican front-runner or former Secretary of State’s chances of winning the White House was probably more an act of […]

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