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    IRCC to target a reduction in the temporary resident population over the next three years
    IRCC will add temporary residents to the next Immigration Levels Plan.
    Can a foreign national hold a valid study permit and work permit simultaneously?
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    Canada to soon launch Recognized Employer Pilot for temporary foreign workers
    The Recognized Employer Pilot will operate for 3 years.
    Work permit options for TV and film productions in Canada
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    IRCC application backlog increased slightly in May
    IRCC's backlog of applications increased in May.
    IRCC inventory stands at 2 million applications
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    IRCC considering new method of processing work permits for TFWP participants
    IRCC has proposed a new method of processing second work permits for TFWP participants.
    Canada to extend Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel
    Canada is announcing updates to its Ukraine immigration measures.
    How can TV and Film workers work in Canada?
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    IRCC and Canada’s provinces continue working together to welcome Ukrainians
    Canada is continuing its work to welcome Ukrainian newcomers.
    Canada sees all-time high work permits take effect in 2022
    A Canadian Visa in passport, with LMIA documentation in the background. In 2022, Canada issued over 600,000 work permits.
    The 4 different ways international students in Canada can apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit
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    Canada’s immigration backlog shows little change from January
    IRCC has released the latest data on the backlog of applications.
    Moving to Canada permanently from the U.S: A work-based approach
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    Working in Canada as a business visitor
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    Buying a home in Canada as a non-Canadian
    Temporary residents may still be able to purchase a home in Canada.
    Canada’s immigration backlog continues to gradually decrease
    IRCC reports the backlog of immigration applications is continuing to decrease.
    A summary of IRCC’s 2022 International Experience Canada research study
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    Canada’s immigration backlog has decreased to 2.2 million
    Latest data from IRCC shows reduction in the backlog of applications
    Starting today, international students can temporarily work more than 20 hours per week
    International students can now work more than 20 hrs a week
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