CanadaVisa Social | Bringing you the latest updates on Canadian immigration

CIC News
Published: April 4, 2018

The CanadaVisa online community is your go-to resource for the latest Canadian immigration news published on our media channels.

As we enter the second quarter of 2018, our social media channels continue to bring you the latest news and updates.

Your social media presence is important to us and we hope you'll continue to support our efforts in finding new ways to provide you with the latest immigration updates as they happen.

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram, are the preferred social media channels for immigration news, tips on moving to Canada, finding a job, and making Canada your new home.


Follow our Facebook page for the latest posts from our news network, program updates, and advice for planning your future in Canada. Our Facebook community — more than 1.4 million and growing quickly— join the conversation and participate discussing a range of different topics related to Canadian immigration. Like us today, and stay engaged!

Did you know we also have a Facebook community dedicated to stories relevant to Canada's international student community — follow Canada Study News for news about studying in Canada, tips on student life, settling in Canada as an international student and more.


The CanadaVisa Twitter feed has all the Canadian immigration breaking news updates, as well as tips and tricks to help guide your immigration process. Feel free to tweet us — we will get back to you.

Also, join follow us at @CanadaStudyNews and the latest stories and updates to help you learn how studying in Canada could be your pathway to permanent residence.


Our Instagram profile features stunning photographs and profiles from across Canada, showcasing the country's landscapes and stories of recent migration into the country. Follow us today to start planning your dream Canadian getaway or get some ideas for your future home! Whatever you’re interested in, CanadaVisa's Instagram gallery will offer some inspiration.


The CanadaVisa YouTube channel is where you will find videos on topics related to Canadian immigration and suggested playlists from our team. Our channel hosts a range of videos including immigration news updates, interviews with Attorney David Cohen, and playlists 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.


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


Join us on Google+ — we share our exclusive content here, as well as across all of our social media channels. Check us out, and bookmark CanadaVisa for future reference.

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