Canadian Immigration News – Weekly Roundup

This week in Canadian immigration news, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada express openness to increasing cap on public policy targeting international graduates; How Canada’s Global Talent Stream saved USA visa holders; the province of Ontario issued its first expression of interest draw; the impact COVID 19 has had on international students and IRCC announce a new Immigration program for in-Canada victims of recent air disasters.

In partnership with ITC News, here are the top stories in Canadian immigration news for the week of May 17, 2021

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PUBLIC POLICY FOR IN-CANADA VICTIMS OF RECENT AIR DISASTERS

Following 2 airline disasters in recent years, Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have opened up a permanent residence pathway for the families of the victims that were in the process of applying for Canadian permanent residence at the time of each incident [read more]

THE IMPACT COVID 19 HAS HAD ON INTERNATIONAL GRADUATES

As much as permanent residency applications were affected due to travel restrictions, international students were particularly affected [read more]

IMMIGRATION, REFUGEE AND CITIZENSHIP CANADA OPEN TO INCREASING THE CAP ON THE PUBLIC POLICY  FOR INTERNATIONAL GRADUATES

Canada’s Immigration Minister offered a little sliver of hope to international graduates who missed out on applying to the public policy targeting international graduates [read more]

HOW CANADA’S GLOBAL TALENT STREAM SAVED USA VISA HOLDERS

The US immigration system has often been referred to as a lottery, with over 200,00 skilled worker applications submitted each year for only 85,000 spots. Although the odds of you winning this lottery are better than winning the $1million jackpot, applicants are left in immigration limbo, often for years, with little to no security [read more]

FIRST INVITATIONS ISSUED UNDER ONTARIO’S EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SYSTEM

Since transitioning to a new expression of interest (EOI) system at the end of April, Ontario has since held two draws, sending first rounds of invitations to qualifying candidates who submitted a profile to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) pool of candidate [read more]

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