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What’s New on the Canadavisa Facebook Page?

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The Canadavisa Facebook page is now almost 14,000 members strong! As always, we are working hard to make this page the best place on Facebook for all things related to Canadian immigration.

Take a look at our Facebook page today to receive a special holiday greeting from Canadavisa in our exclusive video:

In the past two weeks, we have…

  • Celebrated Universal Children’s Day
  • Shared important information about next year’s immigration targets
  • Gave fans some tips about Canada’s coolest towns and winter activities

In addition to our daily updates, the Canadavisa Facebook page also has several regular features available to our fans:

A news tab with up-to-date, breaking Canadian immigration and settlement news

  • Allows our fans to stay on top of important immigration changes
  • Fans will know of new programs and opportunities as soon as they arise
  • This highly personalized tab will let you see how many new stories have been posted

A one-of-a-kind Canada Job Search Tool

  • Prospective immigrants can plan their future before coming to Canada
  • Users can connect with employers currently offering positions throughout Canada, regardless of where they themselves are living
  • Users can save their job preferences and be alerted of new jobs that match their interests every time they sign in

Canadavisa’s free online immigration assessment

  • Users who fill out this assessment can rest assured that no opportunity to come to Canada is missed
  • Eligibility is assessed across popular as well as lesser-known programs

Visit and ‘like’ our Facebook page today to see for yourself what the buzz is about!

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    Elvin Yolchiyev

    Dear Mr. Cohen,
    I have got my PR this year. And I have lived in Canada for 7 years getting my education in Carleton University. But I did not apply for PR during my student years and after graduation from the University I applied for it and got my Permenant Resident card. This card is valid for 5 years and demands to live in Canada for 730 days during 2 years. Unfortunately, I can’t fullfil this requirement because of my job in my home country. My question is: Could Canada Immigration officials consider my 7 years stay in Canada to keep my PR card valid? If not, then my PR would loose its validity? Can you kindly help me in this situation? Thanx a lot.

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