Our lawyers at Long Mangalji LLP are often approached and asked about the process of immigrating to Canada. Below, we’ve collected some of the most frequently asked general questions FAQ regarding the Economic Class programs for your perusal. What are the best ways for me to immigrate to Canada based on my skills and experience?
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.
The Ontario government has just announced that its quotas for accepting most applications under its provincial nominee program (OINP) are full. The following applications will no longer be accepted for at least the next 6 months and will be returned: Masters and PhD Graduate program applications submitted after May 9, 2016. Invitations for
There are two new recent changes to the Express Entry permanent residency system. These changes may affect your case if you are already in or are considering entering the Express Entry Pool: 1. The Ontario Provincial Nominee Program will be selecting certain candidates from the Express Entry pool to be invited to apply for
2015 is looking to be a year of significant changes in the immigration law field. Here are 5 important changes that may affect you (or people you know): 1. The new Express Entry system will allow many people to qualify for permanent residence (PR) who may not have been able to do so before. However,
The government will bring in sweeping changes to permanent residence applications under economic class programs on January 1 (see here for information we had posted previously on the upcoming Express Entry System http://www.lmlawgroup.com/news/2014/12/2/new-express-entry-rules). At Long Mangalji, we have been working hard to find out what these changes will mean for our clients. We have recently