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A new temporary permanent residence program has recently started for Out-of-Status Construction Workers in the Greater Toronto Area. The limited program will allow 500 workers and their families who meet the following conditions to obtain permanent residence even though they don’t have status in Canada: 1. They must have lived continuously in Canada for 5
Update: New Work Permits for Francophones / Mettre a jour : Nouveau Permis de Travail pour des Francophones
Do you speak fluent French or know someone who does and wants to come to Canada? New work permits are now available for francophone persons who want to live outside of Quebec. Here are some of the details: Francophone persons who want to work in provinces outside of Quebec can qualify. To obtain a work
The government has just announced that starting on June 1, 2016, francophone persons (people who are fluent in French) will be entitled to special work permits throughout Canada. Here are some of the details: Francophone persons who want to work in provinces outside of Quebec can qualify To obtain a work permit they must be
The new Caregiver program that replaced the old Live-in-Caregiver program has created much confusion for families who want to hire caregivers and for workers who want to immigrate under this program. Here are some of the tips about the program that may help you: It has become quite difficult to get a positive Labour Market
On April 1, many work permit holders who have worked in Canada for over 4 years may not be able to renew their work permits. This is because the government implemented a regulation known as the “4-in, 4-out rule”. Here’s how it works: Most foreign workers who have worked in Canada for four years since
Starting from last Saturday, February 21, 2015, the government has begun to impose new processes and fees for applicants who want to apply for work permits that don’t require a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Here are some of the main changes: Employers who want to hire foreign workers with work permits that are LMIA-exempt