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Interested in Migrating from Mexico to Canada?

Canada has become an ideal haven for many immigrants, and migrating from Mexico to Canada provides benefits for many individuals seeking a safe, happy, and productive life. While the benefits may be worth pursuing, the application process contains many steps. Working with a good immigration lawyer can help you understand the requirements and complete what […]

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Need an Indian Immigration Lawyer in Toronto?

Many educated and ambitious people who live in India choose to immigrate to Canada. In 2010, more than 30,000 people emigrated from India to Canada. Canada is a stable and prosperous society that offers a good education system, an excellent health care system with universal coverage, and economic opportunities to newcomers and long-time residents alike. […]

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Colours of Canada: Experience the Beauty

The colours of Canada speak volumes. It’s no wonder why people from around the world flock to the massive nation to catch a glimpse of the vibrant visual beauty that is on display. From the Northern Lights, to the autumn leaves, to the Rocky Mountains, to the prairie sunsets, every province is bursting with unique […]

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Interested in Migrating from England to Canada?

Migrating from England to Canada is an exciting opportunity for people from the UK. Canada offers a diverse culture and a wide expanse of wilderness that is simply not available in the UK. However, before an English citizen can settle in Canada, they have to jump through a few immigration hoops. The Commonwealth England and […]

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How to Migrate to Canada as a Teacher

Migration can be an extremely long and tiring process regardless of which country you are attempting to enter. Depending on the overall motivation when applying for citizenship, some may have a slightly shorter waiting period than others. Federal skilled workers, or FSW, are of greater value to a country and are therefore of a higher […]

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Need a Romanian Immigration Lawyer in Toronto?

For a number of reasons, Toronto is one of the most appealing cities in the world. Its abundance of culture and proximity to nature make it a special place, and its diverse, multi-ethnic population ensures that all types of people are welcome in the city. The city is also quite financially prosperous. For these reasons, […]

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How to Immigrate to Canada as a Nurse

Many areas of Canada are experiencing a nursing shortage, and this makes it easier to migrate to Canada as a nurse. Part of the reason is due to the demographics of the Canadian population. Older nurses are retiring as they reach their fifties and sixties and there are not enough younger nurses being trained to replace […]

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Canadian government is speaking the wrong Language when it comes to Immigration

As recently reported in Globe and Mail, it has become evident that Canadians have not confined themselves to speaking just its two official languages, English and French. Rather Canada is like the Tower of Babble speaking in over  200 other languages.  But this is obvious and has been the case for years. Despite that Canada is supposed to speak in the tongues of […]

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Scholarships for Chinese Students in Canadian Universities

It is no longer news that China has become a key player in the global economic system. Over the past few decades, China has been making waves in manufacturing, international trade and in the provision of skilled manpower across the globe. Developing a skilled manpower base does not just happen. It takes a lot of […]

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Skilled Worker Applications for Canada Filling up fast

Skilled Worker Applications for Canada Filling up fast

Over 6000 Skilled Worker Applications submitted  As of January 3, 2012 just over 6000 Skilled Worker Applications have been received. There is a cap of 10,000 accepted per year. And for each occupation under the General Occupation List for Skilled workers, there is an individual cap. Below are a list of the occupations and the […]

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Happy Thanksgiving to our Immigration clients and friends. We have a lot to be thankful for!

Thanksgiving is a really special holiday in the immigration context. Our clients, many of whom have come to our shores in hopes of a better life, really understand what being thankful is all about. Some our of clients move to Canada in search of better employment opportunities, a more stable economy and a better place […]

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Canadians more pro-immigration than other countries

Canada, Australia, Brazil more pro-immigration According to a recent international poll, Canada is among the countries who have the highest number of citizens that are pro-immigration, viewing immigration in a positive light. Canada, along with Brazil and Australia are the most pro-immigration countries, with 47 per cent of Brazilians feeling that immigration benefits their country, […]

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The Four Most Common Canadian Permanent Residence Application Mistakes

Did you know a simple paperwork mistake can result in your Canadian permanent resident application being denied, refused or returned? Don’t make these simple mistakes. Watch for these 4 PR Application Mistakes: Using the wrong occupational code One year of full-time work or an offer of full-time employment in one of 29 qualified occupations is […]

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US doctors immigrating to Canada to earn more money

More doctors immigrating to Canada from the United States It’s long been the assumption that Canadian doctors are jumping ship and heading to other countries like the United States to live and work. However, new statistics show quite the opposite as American physicians have begun moving to Canada to work instead. Some reasons are surprising: […]

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US Nonimmigrant Visa Application Government Fees to Increase

Visa Application Government Fees to Increase A Press Release on May 24, 2010 from the US Department of State advises that as of June 4th US Non Immigrant Visa Government Application Fees will be increased. Of course our legal fees remain the same! The statement from the Department of State is reproduced below: On May […]

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