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CanadaVisa News Briefs for June, 2017

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Get the latest Canadian immigration news updatesThe following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian immigration and citizenship that have taken place over the past couple of weeks.

Our Canadian immigration news briefs bring you the latest news as it happens. When published, these articles are posted across our social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, InstagramGoogle+ and LinkedIn. Follow us across these channels to get the latest news as it occurs.

Manitoba Invites 605 Candidates to Apply for Immigration in Latest Two Draws

June 20, 2017

A total of 605 skilled workers in Manitoba and overseas have been invited to apply to the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) in the province’s two latest draws, which followed each other in quick succession. On May 30, a total of 401 candidates who had previously made a formal Expression of Interest in settling in Manitoba as a skilled worker were invited to submit an application for a provincial nomination certificate to the MPNP. This draw was followed by another on June 16, in which a further 204 candidates were invited to apply. Prior to these two draws, the MPNP had not invited skilled workers through the two sub-categories included in this draw since March 30. >>Read more

• Employer Job Offer Stream of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program Reaches Intake Limit

June 12, 2017

The Employer Job Offer stream of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has reached its intake limit, and is no longer receiving applications. Ontario’s Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration has stated that ‘The OINP is monitoring the intake of applications with respect to the limits of Ontario’s federal nomination allocation, and will determine if any more applications can be accepted for this stream in the months ahead.’ >>Read more

• Global Talent Stream Launches, Expediting Work Permit Processing for In-Demand Foreign Workers

June 12, 2017

A new pilot program has launched, introducing two-week processing times for work permit applications for certain highly-skilled foreign workers. The Global Talent Stream (GTS) is part of the Canadian government’s Global Skills Strategy, an initiative designed to facilitate access to uniquely specialized foreign workers in order to promote Canada’s economic growth and job creation. It is also part of Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program. >>Read more

• IRCC Now Ranking Candidates in Express Entry Pool with Tied CRS Scores by Time of Profile Submission

June 8, 2017

The Express Entry system is now able to rank candidates in the Express Entry pool with tied scores under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) according to the date and time they submitted their profile. Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) introduced this feature, along with other changes to the CRS, on June 6, 2017. >>Read more

• BC Invites 346 Workers and International Graduates in June 7 Draw

June 8, 2017

A total of 346 workers and international graduates are now in a position to apply for provincial nomination after the latest draw of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), which took place on June 7, 2017. Invitations to apply (ITAs) have been issued to candidates in five sub-categories managed through the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Successful applicants for provincial nomination receive a provincial nomination certificate, and may then apply to the federal government for Canadian permanent resident status. >>Read more

• Candidates with Siblings in Canada, French Speakers in Line for Additional Points After Latest Express Entry Changes

June 6, 2017

Canada’s Express Entry immigration selection system, designed to welcome skilled workers from around the world quickly and simply, will reward candidates who can prove that they or their spouse or common-law partner have a sibling living in Canada. Candidates with French ability will also benefit from changes brought into effect on June 6, 2017. >>Read more

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26 thoughts on “CanadaVisa News Briefs for June, 2017

  1. Latifa Hachadi

    Dear Sir ,
    My son who is 22 years old got graduated on 15th June 2017 as mechanical engineer from Carleton university in Ottawa .he spent 5 years in Ottawa now he is looking for a job waiting to renew his work permi visa .he speaks fluent English French and Arabic what are his chances to apply for permanent residence .thank you

  2. M.jawad

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    alive of natural resources and and forest.
    actually Canada and people of Canada to able of respect and lively……………….
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  3. all

    hi There
    i am very interesting to get information for vise to Canada, i am Iraqi Nationality .

  4. sudheer

    Bill C-6, an act proposing changes that would make it easier for permanent residents to become Canadian citizens, is a step closer to becoming law. Canadian Senator Mobina Jaffer posted on Twitter on June 15 that the bill may receive royal assent as soon as next Monday.

    Bill C-6 is now awaiting royal assent after Senate passed the legislation on June 15 in a vote of 51 for and 29 against. The Senate had previously passed the bill, with three amendments, on May 3. Those amendments were reviewed by the government, after which the bill returned to Senate and passed again with a stronger majority than that previous vote.

  5. Diana Daniel

    Mon projet quebec for permenant workers when it will open

  6. Nayomy.v



    I am interested in work, in Canada I used to worked in restaurant labor cleaning, construction etc. I WILL like information about it. Thanks sincerely Asim Gholan.

  8. Mina

    I myself travel

  9. Adedoye Timothy

    I we be very happy to both among the Canada workers

  10. Mohamed lemine brahim said

    je suis Mohamed lemine brahim said
    je suis en BTS mécanique industriel
    et je suis Mauritanie je recherche en visa du travail au canada

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