Manitoba Announces New Immigration Strategy for 2017 and Beyond

WWICS – A new Labor Market Strategy has been released by the government of Manitoba for immigrating under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP).

In recent years, the province of Manitoba which is situated in central Canada has become one of the most preferred destinations for new immigrants, particularly due to abundant job opportunities and a better standard of living.

The aim of the new immigration strategy will be to match labor market demands with nominees. There is expectation that most nominees in the category of skilled worker will be given nomination with a job offer. There will be some who will be given nomination without a job offer and this group will be given a matching job after they arrive in the province. Continue reading “Manitoba Announces New Immigration Strategy for 2017 and Beyond”

Donald Trump Faces Strong Opposition on His Immigration Plans

WWICS  – The new president elect of America, Donald Trump marches ahead with his transition process. The Latino communities in America are preparing for the worst that can happen to them, as the most anti-immigration administration take office in modern history.

The new administration has chalked out plans of what it will try to achieve and do in the first 100 days. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) which was originally created by President Obama by exercising his executive order will be terminated by the President-elect. Continue reading “Donald Trump Faces Strong Opposition on His Immigration Plans”

Processing Time for Family Category Immigration Visa to be Reduced to 12 Months

John McCallum, the federal Immigration Minister of Canada, has announced that the time taken to process spousal / common-law partner category visa will be halved to 12 months. At present, the government of Canada takes nearly 24 months to process this visa. The ultimate goal of the government is to reduce its processing times to as little as six months.
The announcement was made on December 7 in Brampton by John McCallum. In all probability, the news will be welcomed by thousands of sponsors and sponsored person who are looking forward to settle in Canada. Continue reading “Processing Time for Family Category Immigration Visa to be Reduced to 12 Months”

Donald Trump Can Use His Executive Powers to Implement Immigration Policies

When it comes to making the promised changes in immigration policy, President-elect Donald Trump does not need permission from anyone as he can exercise his executive powers, something for which he criticized President Barack Obama from using  WWICS .

Without any doubt, President has the power to bring in the changes even without having legislative approval. However, the complete implementation of the changes requires funding and this is controlled by Congress. Continue reading “Donald Trump Can Use His Executive Powers to Implement Immigration Policies”

US Supreme Court Divided on Immigration

The US Supreme Court is divided on the issue of immigrants detained while deportation proceedings for more than six months by the US government should be able to seek their release or not.

This dispute has taken up particular importance as the president elect; Donald Trump makes changes in immigration regulations, something which has put more people who are awaiting detention. Continue reading “US Supreme Court Divided on Immigration”

A Brief Look at the IELTS Requirements for Canadian Immigration

When you immigrate to a country it is important that you understand the language of the local people living there. Regardless of how proficient you are in your job, it will be of little use unless you are able to communicate with the people around you.

If you want to immigrate to Canada or Australia you should show that you are good in speaking and understanding English. There are different testing standards which you will have to clear to show that you can understand and communicate with the local people living there. Continue reading “A Brief Look at the IELTS Requirements for Canadian Immigration”

Experience, Skills and Human Capital will be given More Value under the New Express Entry System

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has given a slight glimpse of how the new Express Entry system will look like. After working on the Express Entry system, IRCC has learned a lot many things from the experience and the changes that it has planned is based on the experience it has gained.

For instance, in the first year of Express Entry system, nearly 16% of the candidates were either food service supervisors or cooks. This is because a job offer was given more weight age in the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Continue reading “Experience, Skills and Human Capital will be given More Value under the New Express Entry System”

Mayors across US Defy Donald Trump’s Plan on Immigration

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray paid a visit to a local school, a day after Donald Trump was voted as the new president of United States. According to Ed Murray many of the students there are undocumented Latino who are upset by the new elected President. During the election campaign, Trump vowed to deport millions of American residents just like them.

Murray has planned to face the threat from federal government and has vowed to preserve Seattle as a sanctuary city. Seattle is one of the many cities across US that have decided to resist the orders from the federal government concerning deportation of illegal immigrants. Continue reading “Mayors across US Defy Donald Trump’s Plan on Immigration”

Democratic Cities under Fire from Donald Trump for Defending Illegal Immigrants

Donald Trump, the new president elect of United States of America, is preparing to deliver what he promised on illegal immigrants residing in the country. However, his act is not without resistance from some major cities in the country, WWICS.

In the latest news update, at least seven major cities in America have shown their commitment to safeguard illegal immigrants from federal immigration authorities. This decision has come after Republican president announced that federal funding will be blocked for “sanctuary cities”.

Continue reading “Democratic Cities under Fire from Donald Trump for Defending Illegal Immigrants”

5 Mistakes Your Should Avoid While Choosing Consultant

Do you have plans to settle abroad? There is an abundance of immigration service providers available online and in your local area and it makes sense to take assistance from one of them.

In case you are interested to immigrate abroad, you need to go through the rules and regulations and fill out the paperwork. This task can be quite daunting for anyone, unless you are being guided by an expert immigration service provider like WWICS. Continue reading “5 Mistakes Your Should Avoid While Choosing Consultant”