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How to extend my Work permit without having new documents!
How To extend my work permit without having the new documents?

What do I do if I need to renew my work permit but don’t have the new documents yet? Many foreign workers don’t realize they can extend their work permits even without their new LMIA and CAQ. These documents prove they’re allowed to work in Canada and are usually submitted with work permit requests. An […]

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Foreign student is now not eligible for PGWP
Foreign students in P3 Programs can’t get Post-Graduation Work Permits anymore!

International students in certain programs (P3s) can’t get a work permit after they finish studying anymore As of May 15, changes to post-graduation work permit (PGWP) eligibility for international students at public-private partnerships (PPPs) colleges in Canada are in effect. Originally set for September 1, 2024, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has fast-tracked […]

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H-1 B visa holders can now apply for visa in Canada.
Canada Accepts Applications from H-1B Visa Family Members for Open Work Permits

Canada presents a bright future for H-1B visa holders. The Canadian government has announced a new work permit for H-1B visa holders, effective July 16th, 2023. If you’re currently holding an H-1B visa in the U.S., you might be eligible to work in Canada. Moreover, based on your qualifications, you could potentially become a permanent […]

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CRS Score Change in Canada.
Canada can Adjust the CRS Calculator to make the Express Entry system better

Canada can enhance Express Entry by updating the CRS Calculator. Canada has the opportunity to enhance the Express Entry system by updating its CRS calculator. Recent studies reveal flaws, prompting the need for revisions. For example, the C.D. Howe Institute’s report recommends adjusting criteria and weights. In 2023, IRCC shifted its focus to prioritize candidates […]

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Manitoba Workers!
Canada will allow 6,700 temporary residents in Manitoba to keep working for a longer time

Canada is giving 6,700 temporary residents in Manitoba permission to work for a longer time. In response to expiring permits in 2024, Manitoba ‘s Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, has unveiled a new policy. Transitioning smoothly, this initiative provides open work permits to approximately 6,700 eligible temporary workers in the province. This extension, requested by the […]

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Grandparents and Parents to Canada
New Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship Opens May 21st, 2024

The 2024 intake for sponsoring parents and grandparents will commence on May 21st Starting May 21, 2024, Canadian citizens or permanent residents can apply to bring their parents or grandparents to live with them through sponsorship. The government plans to invite 35,700 potential sponsors to apply, aiming for 20,500 complete applications. This year, the government […]

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PR Pathways for international students living in Canada!
PR Pathways for International Graduates in Canada (2024)

Get your PR After Graduating a Master’s or PhD Program as an international student in Canada Students completing master’s or Ph.D. programs in Canada now have an easier route to permanent residence (PR). On Feb 15, 2024, IRCC launched PGWP policy, part of broader changes to Canada’s student system. Policy grants 3-year PGWP to master’s […]

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French Language categorized based Express entry Draw
French Proficiency to Drive Category-Based Express Entry Draws (2024)

2024 Express Entry Draws to Prioritize French Language Skills for Category Selection In 2024, French proficiency will be crucial in Express Entry draws, with IRCC prioritizing it at 30%, along with STEM (25%) and healthcare (15%) in category-based draws, according to Carry Immigration data. These category-based draws, introduced in May 2023, allow IRCC to target Express […]

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Working Hours in Canada
Working Hours in Canada for International Students

Work Hours Allowed for International Students in Canada Immigration Minister Marc Miller increased international students‘ weekly work limit from 20 to 24 hours during academic sessions, ending temporary measures from October 2022. Miller expressed concerns about academic performance and aimed to deter those seeking work over studies. He cited increased living costs, suggesting 24 hours […]

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Get ready for your Canada Immigration Interview
Getting Ready for Your Canadian Immigration Interview

Prepare for your Canadian immigration interview Some newcomers applying for permanent residence in Canada may have to attend an interview with an IRCC officer, which is a crucial step to demonstrate eligibility and ensure application success. Why does IRCC conduct interviews? The decision to request an interview from applicants largely rests with individual IRCC officers. […]

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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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