The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last month.
Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, announced that Canada has welcomed its 150,000 of 2014. This is around double the number compared with the same period last year. >>Read More
Having seen just two completed applications in the Start-up Visa Program, a pilot program brought into being in early 2013, Canada’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, has promised to speed up the process. >>Read More
Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivered a keynote speech in Toronto at the Pearson Convention Centre on Thursday. During his speech, Mr. Harper emphasized that India has become the prime source country for immigration to Canada due to recent changes made by the Canadian government to facilitate immigration from India to Canada. >>Read more
Students in Canada are feeling increasingly confident about their career prospects once they enter the Canadian workforce. >>Read more
The Quebec Skilled Worker Program has reached the maximum number of applications it will accept this year. >>Read more
The wealth of Canadians has shown a promising increase, with their average net worth up nearly eight per cent on higher real estate and investment values. >>Read more
During a visit to Vancouver this past Wednesday, Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney highlighted Canada’s opportunity to take advantage of the current state of the United States’ immigration system by attracting young foreign nationals from the tech sector. >>Read more