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Canadian Immigration News – Weekly Roundup

Missed something? Not to worry. We’ve been busy keeping up with the latest Canadian immigration news.

In partnership with ITC News, here are the top stories in Canadian immigration news for the week of November 16, 2020.

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GOVERNMENT UNVEILS CANADIAN IMMIGRATION SUPPORT FOR HONG KONG

On Nov. 12, Canada’s minister for immigration, Marco E. L. Mendicino, unveiled new Canadian immigration support for residents of Hong Kong. These special Canadian immigration measures ensure that at least some residents of Hong Kong will have a lifeline to Canada should they choose to leave.  [Read more]

HOW THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION MIGHT AFFECT CANADA’S IMMIGRATION SYSTEM

After four years of anti-immigrant sentiment from Washington, how could the Biden administration affect Canada’s immigration strategy? [Read more]

INTEREST IN CANADIAN IMMIGRATION INCREASES DURING PANDEMIC

According to a new survey by WES, interest in Canadian immigration is increasing during the global COVID-19 pandemic.  [Read more]

EXPRESS ENTRY DRAW #167 | LARGEST DRAW EVER

5,000 Express Entry candidates have received Invitations to Apply for Canadian permanent residence in the 167th Express Entry draw on November 18, 2020. [Read more]

CANADA-U.S. BORDER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS LIKELY EXTENDED UNTIL DEC. 21

As COVID-19 cases in both countries are on the rise, the Canada-U.S. border will remain closed for another month. [Read more]

BRITISH COLUMBIA’S LATEST TECH PILOT DRAW INVITES 76 CANDIDATES

In the 23rd draw of the year, BC PNP’s Tech Pilot is a consistent route to Canadian permanent residence for thousands of tech workers in the province.  [Read more]

VISA APPLICATION CENTRES (VACS) REOPEN IN SIX INDIAN CITIES

Effective today, select Visa Application Centres (VACs) across India will reopen to issue biometrics and other services. [Read more]

SASKATCHEWAN IMMIGRANT NOMINEE PROGRAM (SINP) INVITES 551 CANDIDATES

This is the second Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee (SINP) draw of the month, bringing the total number of candidates invited by the province to 1085! [Read more]

 

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