CIC News

Although the current Federal Skilled Worker Program allows candidates to make a Canadian permanent resident application without a job offer, obtaining a valid job offer in advance is an advantage for many people hoping to move to Canada.

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In our previous newsletter, we outlined an immigration initiative from Morden, Manitoba — The Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative — as part of an article on immigration to rural communities in Canada. This week, we are providing a more detailed guide on how to immigrate to Canada through the Morden immigration initiative.

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The adjustments made to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) by the Government of Canada in June, 2014 changed the way in which employers make applications to hire international workers. Because of these changes, employers and workers in the film and entertainment industries have had to adjust how they go about hiring temporary foreign workers for projects in Canada.

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CanadaVisa is dedicated to helping individuals from across the globe to come to Canada. One of the most effective ways to get our message to prospective immigrants is through CanadaVisa Social.

As we welcome the falling leaves of the Autumn months, we can reflect on what has been a great summer for the CanadaVisa team. We met and surpassed the milestone of having 100,000 friends on Facebook. We have also been busy keeping our followers informed about the latest immigration news, as well as sharing inspiring stories about Canada and Canada’s immigrant community.

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced so far this month.

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A growing number of rural communities in Canada are hoping to attract newcomers to the country, citing a need to reverse dwindling population trends, strengthen local economies, and address labour shortages.

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September is here, which means just one thing for Canada’s largest city of Toronto — it’s film festival time. The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is one of the most prestigious festivals in the global film industry and a showcase event on the Canadian social calendar, attracting some 400,000 attendees. Among them are around 4,000 industry professionals, including some of the world’s most renowned actors. But how does the Canada Border Services Agency deal in a case where a famous actor wanting to visit Canada for a showcase event is deemed criminally inadmissible resulting from a previous offence?

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