Canada is looking for engineers of all kinds to help power its booming economy. These skilled workers, with expertise in a variety of disciplines, have knowledge that is vital to the operation of many public and private organizations. [Read more…]
Archives for 2013
Close to 100,000 international students from all over the world come to Canada each year to obtain a high-quality post-secondary education. Canada’s generous immigration policy allows the spouse and minor children of international students to accompany them to Canada to work and study. In this way, a student’s entire close family can benefit from a Canadian experience.
Did you know that you can connect with Canadavisa on different social media websites? We have overhauled the look and feel of our many pages to give you the best online experience possible! Make sure to check us out, and as always feel free to connect with us and share with your friends. Remember, if you are looking for “Your Clear Path to Canada”, you know where to go! [Read more…]
Every month, Attorney David Cohen will answer a few general Canadian immigration questions submitted by our readers. Here are this month’s questions and answers: [Read more…]
The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last month.
As noted on CIC News, the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration this week tabled the Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration 2013. Not only does the report paint a picture of the current state of affairs in the sphere of Canadian immigration, it also provides a peek as to what’s in store for 2014. >>Read more…
All around the world, civil engineers are among the key drivers of economic and societal growth. In Canada, a country with a rapidly expanding economy, the need for skilled engineers has never been greater. Civil engineers who come to Canada are able to take advantage of one of the most welcoming and well-paying job markets in the world, and many are able to stay in Canada permanently as Canadian Permanent Residents. [Read more…]
Over 300,000 temporary foreign workers currently reside in Canada. They perform vital jobs in a wide array of professions and skill levels. Economic prosperity in Canada is increasingly dependent on workers who perform ‘semi-skilled’ occupations. These workers can be found in a range of key sectors, including but not limited to trucking, hospitality, construction, and manufacturing. [Read more…]
International students in Canada have the opportunity, in many cases, to work both during their studies and after their educational programs have been completed. Many foreign students may apply for a post-graduate work permit after their studies in Canada, which allows them to gain valuable Canadian work experience that can lead to Canadian Permanent Residence. [Read more…]