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CanadaVisa Social: A Busy Week of Canadian Immigration Conversation

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fall-youtube-mainimageJust a couple of weeks ago, our 10,000th Twitter follower joined the Canadian immigration conversation. This week, hundreds more have joined in too, and the main reason was that immigration to Canada was on practically everybody’s mind, thanks to a certain Mr Trump. After we tweeted a link to our immigration assessment form as the U.S. election results were being counted, hundreds of people engaged, liked, and re-tweeted.  It has certainly been a busy week for the CanadaVisa Social Team, and we are only too happy to respond to the various queries and comments coming in to us.

CanadaVisa is dedicated to helping individuals from across the globe to come to Canada. One of the most effective ways to get our message to prospective immigrants is through CanadaVisa Social. We keep our followers informed and share inspiring stories about Canada and Canada’s immigrant community. Interacting with our community helps us understand the concerns and needs of everyone interested in Canadian immigration, and allows us to create the best content and most engaging discussion possible.


With more than 10,000 followers and counting, 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 video fact about Canada, you will find it here first. Feel free to tweet us — we will get back to you.


CanadaVisa’s Facebook page is becoming increasingly popular — we recently reached the 290,000 likes mark! We want to take this opportunity to say thank you to each and every one of our current followers, and encourage anyone not currently following us to join the conversation. Our daily updates on immigration news, stories of success, and articles from our newsletter give our followers all the information they could wish for. Our Facebook community gets involved in a range of discussions on all things Canada. Like us today, and join the Facebook conversation!


The CanadaVisa YouTube channel is where you will find regular and up-to-date multimedia content on topics relating to Canadian immigration. Our channel hosts a range of videos including immigration news updates, interviews with Attorney David Cohen, and clips of Canadian cultural moments. We want to hear from you and read your comments — it helps us to provide the content that you want!

Watch one of our recent videos on immigration to Canada, and let us know what you think.


CanadaVisa’s Google+ page is the latest addition to our social hubs. We share our exclusive content here, as well as across all of our social media channels. Check us out, and bookmark CanadaVisa today.


If you are a user of LinkedIn, make sure to connect with CanadaVisa on our profile page. If you would like to connect with Attorney David Cohen professionally, you may also find him on LinkedIn, where you will also encounter hundreds of Canadian and international professionals interested in immigration to Canada.

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10 thoughts on “CanadaVisa Social: A Busy Week of Canadian Immigration Conversation

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    Ogunsanya Kayode Daniel

    I like to live and study and work in canada if there is chances.

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    koumako benoit

    I m koumako Benoit. Please sir would I need a job offer letter and invitation before starting to apply for Canada’s permanent residency visa?

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    Agbabiaka Emmanuel Ibikunle

    This is awesome I will like to be a part of it.

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    David I didn’t understand that why there is a difference between the statements of IRCC and Visa Offices.
    On one side, the student who wish to come to Canada for studies needs to prove stronger ties to his/her country of nationality and he/she clearly has to mention in the visa application that he/she will come back to his/her home country.
    On the other side, government wants to retain international students and for this purpose some extra points are to be rewarded to international students in their Express Entry profile.

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    sharon jackson

    I’m 30 and have a degee from university x how many points do I need to get to live and study in canada

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    Keshav Uprety

    I want to immigrate to Canada, but still confused whether I will get enough points and ITA! I am an M. A. in English literature, and I have experience of two years teaching. I have not taken IELTS, but thinking to take it soon. What should I do? Am I a potential candidate?

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    i need working any think in canda

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    i like the way you respond to me

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    Lesi Francis

    Yes, that week most busy because another Canadian website is out. Please, the Canadian family immigration siva expert is what ? $60 immigration visa assessment is for what? This will be better for one and another to know what to do.

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    Maha Fahmy

    Bill C-6 ????

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