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Canadian Government may continue to limit sponsorship of parents and grandparents

Options to further limit sponsorship of parents and grandparents considered Late last year, the Canadian Government put the sponsorship of parents and grandparents on hold due to a backlog of applications. Instead, they introduced the Super Visa, which is a 10-year, multiple-entry visa for temporary visits. The program is currently under review as Citizenship, Immigration […]

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More Than Half Of Canadians Support Current Immigration Levels

Current Canadian immigration levels fine: Canadians A new survey conducted by the Institute For Research on Public Policy has found that more than half of Canadians are fine with current Canadian immigration levels based on a small sampling of the population. According to this CTV article, 58 per cent of those who responded said current […]

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Immigrants Healthier than Canadians

We recently posted an article about how Asian immigration to Canada has been positively influencing Canadian eating habits. Now, new Statistics Canada data is saying that immigrants are overall much healthier than Canadians in general. According to this CBC article,  the mortality rate for immigrants is much lower than that of Canadians who were born […]

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Does Asian Canadian Immigration equal Healthier Canadians?

Asian immigration to Canada positively influences Canadian eating habits According to this article in the Montreal Gazette, a recent study by Toronto-based company NPD Group has found that 11 per cent of the Canadian population is of Asian descent, and this is having a positive influence on Canadian food consumption and dietary trends as immigration […]

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Family Sponsorships for Immigration to Canada: A Road to Permanent Residence

Family Class Immigration in Canada is one way for people to immigrate to Canada. In order to do so, they must have a relative in Canada that is a Canadian citizen or a Canadian permanent resident. This relative will then sponsor the immigrant. A sponsor’s relation to the immigrant is important, and can include: A […]

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Top 5 Tips for Successful Immigration to Canada – Part 1

Setting yourself up for success during an immigration application is important, whether this includes getting informed, increasing your confidence or choosing the right representation. Here are some tips for those looking to do all three when immigrating to Canada 1. Get Informed Depending on where you’re planning on living in Canada, take some classes to […]

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Spousal Sponsorship Application leads to Canadian Landed Immigrant Status.

Dear Mary and Victoriya, As of Monday, July 13th at 6:00 am I am a Canadian landed immigrant . I would like to express my deepest thanks and appreciation for all your work and help throughout this lengthy, sometimes frustrating, process. Your hard work, commitment, support, follow ups, up dates, encouragement, always returning my calls […]

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