On November 9th, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) announced new changes to the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). As you may know from reading this blog, the CEC is open to individuals with 12 months of work experience in Canada, in a... Read More
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For those who want to work temporarily in Canada, there is a 4 year maximum (cumulative duration) rule. This means you can only work in Canada for a total period of 4 years. When you reach that 4 year... Read More
It happens all the time. An individual goes through the long (and sometimes painful) process of getting permanent residence. But then life happens, things change, and the new permanent resident has to move home to take care of family,... Read More
CIC has now introduced biometrics into the immigration system. Biometrics are high tech methods to identify individuals. They measure characteristics such as fingerprints and facial features which are placed into a computer for easy and accurate identification. Why are... Read More