Connect with Canadavisa on Social Media

CIC News
Published: January 30, 2013

Did you know that you can connect with Canadavisa on different social media websites? As part of our ongoing efforts to better serve our friends and users around the world, Canadavisa and Attorney David Cohen have established a presence on a variety of domains. Find, ‘Like’, and ‘Friend’ us today!

Facebook

The Canadavisa Facebook page is now over 18,000 members strong! In addition to regular updates and lively conversation about all aspects of Canadian immigration and settlement, we have several features available to our fans, including:

  • A news tab with up-to-date, breaking Canadian immigration and settlement news
  • A one-of-a-kind Canada Job Search Tool
  • Canadavisa’s free online immigration assessment
  • A video page with exclusive media made just for Canadavisa! Don’t forget to watch our most recent video, a feel-good musical montage for the February blues:

Twitter

Canadavisa’s Twitter page is the place to go to find out the latest Canadian immigration news. Whether it is breaking news, an interesting story, or a cool fact about Canada, you will find it here first.

LinkedIn

If you are a user of this popular professional networking site, make sure to connect with Attorney David Cohen on his profile page. You will also encounter hundreds of Canadian and international professionals interested in immigration to Canada.

Google Plus

Canadavisa has recently revamped its Google+ page with a new look and features for users, including connections to a number of Google+ communities relating to immigration and settlement. Take a look and connect with us today!

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