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Reasons for Study Visa rejection
Top Reasons for Canada Student visa rejection

Study visa Canada Current Scenario When you have been planning for your Study visa for many years, you get good grades in colleges, convince your parents, and get all the necessary things sorted. Then one day you get a letter saying your Study visa application is rejected. Again, starting the whole process from scratch what […]

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New Immigration Plan 2023
New Immigration plan for 2023, 2024 and 2025

What is This New Plan Over the next three years, Canada will increase the number of new immigrants to the country this is one of the most pivotal news for the immigrants aspiring to migrate to Canada. Now let us understand what this will mean for your Canadian journey. If we were to break down […]

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New Brunswick Immigration plan for Critical workers

New Brunswick Immigration pilot program to support critical workers  On 7th November a new immigration pilot program was launched by the provincial government and the federal government of New Brunswick (NBCWP). This program is unique as it doesn’t just provide economic immigration, but also helps newcomers with settlement service options. “New Brunswick has a successful […]

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Study in Canada in 2023
Why Canada is the best option for you to study in 2023

Canada Study Visa Essential for 2023 Canada is a beautiful country with mountains, lakes, and a good lifestyle with world-class universities and colleges. Sometimes, I am amused to know how one country can tick so many boxes. Once you decide you want to have a beautiful future, you will think of nothing but moving to […]

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Big News for Healthcare workers who want to move to Canada

Health Care workers are invited to apply for the Provincial Nominee Program in Saskatchewan. Why Saskatchewan? Saskatchewan a province with a high standard of living helps attract immigrants to settle in the province, with a low average family income also a low cost of living. Why would one miss an opportunity to settle in such […]

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Major Changes in the NOC System can Affect your Canada PR

What is Canada’s new NOC and how it will affect your chances of PR Canada utilizes a system called the National Occupation Classification (NOC) to identify the amount of education and training required for various occupations and careers, so to put it in easy language, NOC Code determines which occupations are skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled. […]

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SOP for study Visa Canada
How to Write an SOP for your Study Visa Canada

What is a Statement of purpose? A statement of purpose or SOP is a document containing information about your intention and purpose to study in a particular country. The SOP will say a lot about you, your attitude, clarity of thoughts, and aptitude towards work, it is easy to assess your personality and helps you […]

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How to Move to Canada from India Permanently?

Are you looking for options to Immigrate to Canada and wish to slide easily through the complex Immigration journey? Then we, SPS Canada Immigration, bring our 20-year experience to guide you through it. Why Choose Canada? There has been a sudden spike of overseas Immigrants and graduates moving to Canada in recent years, The question […]

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Chinook for canada immigration
Chinook – How is it Affecting Your Canada Immigration Process.

The number of applications issued by IRCC has increased from 1 million in 2011 to 2 million in 2020; dealing with such a caseload stresses officials at IRCC, and due to this, they have also encountered a high refusal rate of 54% in the year 2022. Due to many qualified students receiving refusals, they intent […]

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Sponsor Your Partner to Canada - A detailed guide to Sponsorship
Sponsor Your Partner to Canada – A Detailed Guide to Sponsorship

Sponsoring a spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner is a common way to immigrate to Canada. In this way, the Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their partner to live in Canada permanently.  Who is eligible to be a sponsor? You can be a sponsor if you are At least 18 years old A […]

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Pradyuman Jhala is the President & RCIC of SPS Canada Immigration and founder of the SPS Canada Group of Companies that includes SPS Canada Immigration, Student Placement Services Inc., SPS Canada Capital, SPS Canada Asset Corp. and South Asian International Student Association (SAISA). He is an active

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