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The number of Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points required by candidates to receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence through the Express Entry selection system for Canadian immigration has dropped for the third time in just over a month.

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The Canadian province of British Columbia has opened its doors to business immigrants from around the world, with a new online registration system allowing interested candidates to express their interest in the program.

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The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NB PNP) has revealed which candidates for Canadian immigration through the province’s Express Entry Labour Market Stream are to be considered a priority. Three tiers of priority candidates have been unveiled.

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Did you know that the CanadaVisa social media network has drawn followers from most countries of the world? People from far and wide, representing diverse cultures and communities in every corner of the world, are joining the conversation. Together, they have created a truly global community.

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that have taken place since the beginning of this month. Our Canadian immigration news briefs bring you the latest news as it happens. When published, these articles are posted across our social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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The tenth and eleventh Express Entry draws for Canadian immigration took place over the past month and, after a brief spike in the minimum number of Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points required for the only draw that occurred in May, the month of June saw the number of CRS points required continue to decrease towards the mid-400’s.

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For many students around the world, summer signifies the end of examinations and graduation from senior secondary school. High school students in Canada are also wrapping up, many of them with a college or university offer letter in hand. For many international students still outside Canada, however, the situation feels less relaxed. Most Canadian universities’ admissions deadlines have passed, and owing to additional requirements and challenges, many may feel as though the doors to a Canadian post-secondary education are already closed.

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