The Ontario government has recently opened its popular International Student and Foreign Worker streams . Instead of the maddening first-come, first-serve system of the past, the OINP has launched a new EOI points system that allows applicants who qualify to enter first into a pool. The government will subsequently conduct draws to allow those with
Immigration Predictions for 2020 Greetings! As we start the new year, we believe that there are some important trends to be aware of for those who are trying to make their way through the immigration system. Here are some of our predictions for what’s on the horizon in 2020: 1. EXPRESS ENTRY: Express Entry draws
With the start of the new year, Ontario has announced some changes to their provincial nominee program. Here are some of the key details: Ontario’s nomination allocation has increased by 600 to 6,600 for the year 2018 An applicant has 45 calendar days from the day they receive a Notification of Interest (NOI) to submit
As immigration options for skilled individuals become more restricted in the United States and Europe, Canada remains one of the most open immigration systems for skilled individuals in the G7. Some of the main routes for permanent residence in the Economic categories are listed below (see here for videos where we provide more details on some
The Ontario government has just opened a new Permanent Residence program called the “In-demand Skills Stream”. This program is for Farm work and Low-skilled Construction positions in Ontario.
We have received further information regarding Ontario’s Immigrant Nominee Program for Masters Graduate, PhD Graduate, and Express Entry Human Capital Priorities which may open as early as this afternoon. Here are some of the key details: There have been dramatic changes to how applications will be processed. These include: All applications will be submitted online.
A new year is here and we thought we would take some time to highlight expected changes that are likely to happen to the immigration system in 2017. Overall Numbers It is projected that 300 000 immigrants will obtain permanent residency this year. This is the same as in 2016. Permanent Residence granted under the