CIC News

When Emma Hughes applied for Canadian immigration just over two months ago, she did not know that she would end up being the first person to obtain permanent resident status through the new Express Entry selection system for Canadian immigration. As it turned out, however, she was recently informed that she was the first Express Entry applicant to activate permanent resident status.

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Canada continues to lead the way when it comes to opportunities afforded to citizens and residents, a new report has stated. Canada received stand-out results for inclusion and tolerance for immigrants.

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has performed the seventh, and latest, draw from the Express Entry pool, issuing 925 invitations to candidates in the pool with 469 or more Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. The draw was made on April 10, 2015, and followed soon after news that a number of the first few successful applicants for Canadian immigration have already obtained permanent resident status through the Express Entry immigration selection system.

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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.

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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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Anybody who had followed the government of Canada’s announcements  regarding the launch of its new Express Entry selection system for Canadian immigration coming up to launch day on January 1, 2015, knew the rules and procedures that would govern the system, but nobody could say for certain how things might pan out.

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The government of British Columbia (B.C.) has announced that, effective immediately, it is implementing a 90-day pause on new applications to most categories of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) for Canadian immigration. New applications will be accepted from July 2015 with a more streamlined application process and updated program criteria.

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