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14 April

Provincial Nominee Series: E4 – SASKATCHEWAN, a strong candidate for the PNP winner

The province that proves to have a complicated name for offshore applicants does make its provincial nominee program simple and fast. It is hard for immigration advisers not to favour SINP, as they have proven to build one of the clearest and most comprehensive immigration programs through provincial support. So let's discover Saskatchewan together. What do we know about Saskatchewan? Saskatchewan is a prairie province in western C [...]

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13 April

Provincial Nominee Series: E3 NOVA SCOTIA and the mystery of Category B

When looking at Provincial Nominee Programs for offshore applicants, Nova Scotia seems to have by far one of the most straightforward selection criteria. This, along with the very clear instructions on documents requirements make Nova Scotia seem one of the easiest streams that can boost your score with 600 points. But is this always the case? Let's look a bit in-depth into Nova Scotia's history with PNP nominations. What do we know about Nova Scotia? Nova [...]

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11 April

PROVINCIAL NOMINEE SERIES: E2 – PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, THE SMALL PROVINCE OR THE LARGE ISLAND?

When we discuss provincial nominee programs with eligible applicants, Prince Edward Island always stirs a reaction. Where is it? How small? Is it an island? How do you travel there from the mainland? What kind of life can you expect there? All of these and more are discussed in today's overview of PEI. So let's see: What do we know about PEI? Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest province of Canada in both land area and population, but the most den [...]

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09 April

Provincial Nominee Series: E1 – Alberta, can you hear them calling?

We're starting our full lockdown with a wee of time on our hands and thought this is a great time to go into detail and explain the requirements, process and preferences of the different Provincial Nominee Programs across Canada. What do we know about Alberta? Alberta is a province of Canada. With an estimated population of 4,067,175, it is Canada's fourth-most populous province and the most populous of Canada's three prairie pr [...]

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08 April

COVID-19 pandemic updates: Australia introduces new visa option

The new visa option - the COVID-19 Pandemic event visa, is available under subclass 408. Highlights: There are 2.17 million temporary visa holders in the countryOf this, more than 565,000 are student visa holders and 139,000 are temporary skilled visa holdersNew visa option is free and will allow those unable to leave, stay lawfully in Australia  The purpose of the new visa option is to provide a pathway for certain former and current holders [...]

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08 April

The latest updates on Canadian Immigration

World Education Services (WES) WES has temporarily suspended ALL in-office operations in line with global health recommendations.All complete applications received by 10 March 2020 will be processed in time. However, applicants whose documents have arrived at WES’ office after 10 March 2020, can expect delays. This is because the process for receiving physical mail or faxed documents have been disrupted. Comparative Education Service (CES) As a part of t [...]

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02 April

online assessmeny

We are keeping it safe & simple

We understand that it feels like an extra step to get what we need with the stay at home effort to protect the health & safety of the community but that doesn’t mean that we need to stop our long overdue migration plan for the better future of our family.  At The Immigration Office, we are keeping it safe & simple for you to learn and get an idea while at home about Canada & Australia migration process. Our team is fully prepared to support yo [...]

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How to use these times wisely for your immigration plan?

Canada & Australia are providing updates on travel restrictions to put in place to stem the spread of COVID-19 at the same time to support the economy. Despite the calls to stay inside and drastic travel ban around the world both countries are working to get residents home and keep families together. At the same time continue the process of immigration, citizenship applications, taking measures to avoid delay in processing and refusals.  Disruptions may aff [...]

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23 March

Updates & COVID-19 Precautions

Working Remotely & Keeping Safety First At The Immigration Office, the health and safety of our employees, clients, partners and community is a top priority. By implementing remote systems with easy access to make work from home possible, our team and clients can be in direct contact without facing any interruption. Our decision to shift our entire team to work remote comes as support for our public health and safety during these times. Based on the Dubai H [...]

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17 July

OINP Tech Draws under Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) started nominating candidates with tech occupations under Tech Draws. The first draw was on July 12, 2019, inviting 1,623 Express Entry candidates with eligible work experience. Ontario known as Canada's major techno hub would begin holding Tech Draws to meet the growing labour needs of the province’s tech sector especially in the cities of Toronto, Ottawa & Waterloo. OINP Tech Draws under Ontario's Human Capita [...]

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