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Federal Budget Gives Fresh Boost to Foreign Workers Program

The government of Canada has made the announcement that in the next five years it will give more than $270 million beginning from 2017 – 18. After this period it will give $49.8 million with the objective to provide continuous support to the International Mobility Program (IMP) and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).

These two programs will enable the absorption of foreign worker in Canada.

Western Provinces in Canada Continue with Active PNPs

The time of March has so far been another bustling one with regards to migration to Canada’s western territories. Late movement among the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) out west will permit an assorted scope of laborers and graduates to move to a locale that is winding up plainly progressively prominent among new settlers to Canada, with openings for work and high expectations for everyday comforts refered to as explanations behind this pattern.

So far this month, there have been attracts British Columbia (BC) and Manitoba — these regions keep on inviting people and families, both in Canada and abroad, to apply for a commonplace assignment testament. What’s more, Alberta keeps on handling applications through its different streams and classifications. Promote, Saskatchewan presented an application expense for two of its well known worldwide talented specialist streams — a sign that these streams will keep on opening for new applications all through 2017.

The Latest Express Entry Draw has the Lowest CRS of all time

The Express Entry Immigration system of Canada continues to go down the slope. The latest draw has taken place on 8th February with the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) point cut-off being an all time low.

The invitation to apply (ITA) was sent to all the candidates who had 447 or more points on the CRS system. These people will now be in a position to apply for permanent residency of Canada. A total number of 3,664 ITAs were sent to candidates.

Canada should Increase Immigration Level as USA Close Doors for Refugees

US have closed its doors for refugees. The responsibility is now passed on to other nations and Canada to open their doors wider to welcome more refugees, as per various advocates.

The executive order passed by President Donald Trump puts a ban on seven Muslim dominated countries from coming to the United States of America. US has also refused to accept refugees for a period of 120 days.

Indefinite ban has been imposed by President Trump for accepting refugees from Syria. The number of refugees that will be accepted by US in the coming years has also been reduced to 50,000 from at least 110,000.

Trump Passes Executive Order Suspending US Refugees Programs

The entry of Syrian refugees in US has been banned by President Donald Trump till further notice. Wide-ranging executive orders have been signed by Donald Trump and it included suspension of refugee admission for four months.

Six Muslim countries have received ban on entry of visitors to US for a period of three months. The move has been condemned by some high profile figures and human rights group.

Gen James Mattis has been sworn in as the defense secretary at a ceremony held at Pentagon thereafter an executive order was passed by Mr. Trump.

Here Is One Immigration Policy That Will Be Liked by Donald Trump

In the past 12 months, there have been lots of talks concerning building a wall at the Mexican border and deporting nearly 11 million people who are living in US without proper documentation. New president Donald Trump may find one immigration law quite supportive to this development plans.

Reference here is being made to EB-5 investor visa, which was started back in 1970s. Ever since its inception, this immigration program has helped in funding numerous projects particularly the real estate ones.

Canada Skilled Worker Visa and Perils of Online Job Portals

Most of the job seekers begin their search for prospective employer on the internet. Employment search consulting firm provide an online job board which is not an effective tool for searching employment by candidates.

Under the express entry immigration system used by Canada, online job board forms a major component. People who are seeking job get in a contest where not enough judges are available. A good portion of employers do not have enough time to go through all the resumes which number in thousands.

December 22 Express Entry Draws Send ITAs to 2,878 Candidates

2,878 applicants in the Express Entry pool are now one step closer to becoming the permanent resident of Canada. You heard it right. Canada carried out Express Entry draw on December 22 and to the surprise of many people, a record number of aspirants were sent the Invitation to Apply (ITA).

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.

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.