Next month, we will be launching our new and improved CICNews.com website! The website will include many new features designed to give our readers a more engaging experience while continuing to provide the most current Canadian immigration news and information.
Interact: You will be able interact on all news articles, including David’s blog, by using the comments section. Share your views on our news stories and participate in discussions with other readers. No sign in or registration will be required.
Share: Did you find an article to be particularly useful or interesting? We will be offering a simpler way of sharing the news articles with your friends through social media tools. A share bar will be placed on the left side of each article. This bar will include various social media sharing tools, such as a Like button to share the article on Facebook , a Tweet button to share it on Twitter, and more.
Connect: You will be able to connect with Canadavisa through our Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin profiles. Keep up-to-date with breaking Canadian immigration news and participate in group discussions with other members. Our social media profile buttons will be placed at the top right portion of our homepage. Just click on the social media button of your choice and stay connected with Canadavisa.
Tools and Resources: Your Canadian immigration Tools and Resources can be found on the right portion of every page. Search for jobs in Canada, use our Canadian salary calculator, or practice for your IELTS exam all for free and from the comfort of your home or office.
Search: Don’t forget to use our search tool at the top of every page of the new CICNews website to search for a specific topic covered in our articles. In addition, you can still view all archived articles from 1996 to present in the Archives section found on the right portion of the website.
Check in next month for your all new CICNews.com experience!
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