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Canadian Immigration News Briefs for February 2014

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last two weeks.

Children of Immigrants Succeed in Canadian Universities

According to a study by Statistics Canada, children of immigrants to Canada are almost twice as likely to attend university as students whose parents were born in the country. >>Read more

Quebec May Adopt ‘Expression of Interest’ Immigration Model

Quebec’s Immigration Minister, Diane De Courcy, has presented a plan to bring the province’s skilled worker program in line with proposed federal immigration changes. >>Read more

 Canada, US, and Mexico to Discuss NAFTA Rules for Business Travelers

Leaders from Canada, the US, and Mexico will be meeting on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 to mark the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). >>Read more

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5 thoughts on “Canadian Immigration News Briefs for February 2014

  1. Dwayne

    Are there any special new programs for Ukrainians entering Canada, either as refugees or immigrants or any other status?:) Thanks

  2. uzor marcillina chinyere

    When will the new occupational list for skilled workers programer come out?

  3. tricia aaron

    I am so wanting to give my kids a better life they so love Canada they are so longing to be apart of
    canada population they all are very bright students and wish to see what Canada has to offer

  4. ROBIN MATHAI

    SIR, do you have any idea of quebec immigration processing time

  5. Khalid Munir

    Is there a provision to get work permit to operate a franchise bought from Canadian franchiser. How long will such a procedure take? Please send a retainer agreement for such services.

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