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CanadaVisa News Briefs For Mid-January, 2015

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that have taken place since the beginning of this month.

 Nova Scotia Announces Details Of Its Express Entry Stream For Canadian Immigration

The province of Nova Scotia has announced full details of its new Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry immigration stream, which replaces the previous Regional Labour Market Demand stream. >>Read More

 British Columbia Launches Express Entry Category For Canadian Immigration

The government of British Columbia has announced the immediate launch of an Express Entry stream under its Provincial Nominee Program, known as Express Entry British Columbia. This new stream aligns with Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s (CIC) Express Entry immigration selection system, which came into operation on January 1, 2015. >>Read More

Newfoundland And Labrador To Provide Details Of Express Entry Category Later This Month

The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador has stated that it will announce the criteria for its new NL Express Entry Skilled Worker category during January, 2015, and will be accepting applications thereafter. >>Read More

Quebec To Begin Public Consultation On Immigration And Diversity

The government of Quebec is preparing to launch a consultation with people living in the province later this month. The consultation will cover issues relating to immigration, diversity and inclusion, and comes at a time when the current Liberal provincial government is organising changes to its immigration and integration policies. >>Read More

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3 thoughts on “CanadaVisa News Briefs For Mid-January, 2015

  1. Rev.Dr.Anand Spencer

    Who is authorized to give consent & to whom ? a person who is sponsered can give consent to the sponserer who is a Canadian citizen and vice versa

  2. Loraine O.

    Great rundown of articles. Thank you for posting. I’ve read that Boucherville, Québec has topped Moneysense.ca’s 2015 List of Canada’s Best Places to Live. Pretty interesting! However, it’s a predominately French-speaking community so you’d better brush up on your French first if you plan to migrate here.

  3. Abdurohman Mohammed Seid

    I am glad to receive this news letter that makes me know the current affairs in Canada immigration’s current status even though my dream of migrate to Canada has n’t come true so far inspite of my continual try. I hope that I will have done one day.

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