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  • BC PNP Draw
    British Columbia invites 354 in latest PNP draw

    In the latest round of invitations held on October 27, 2020, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program [BC PNP] has invited 354 Canadian immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination. The province of British Columbia has a high demand for skilled workers exploring options for work overseas in Canada. BC is expected to have… Read More »

    Oct 29, 2020
  • Work in UK
    UK reduces minimum salary threshold for migrants to settle by almost 30%

    The UK government has reduced the earlier required minimum salary threshold of £35,800 for migrants to settle in the UK. According to the rules – published on Thursday and coming into force on December 1 – the minimum salary threshold has been reduced to £20,480. A reduction of almost 30%. Migrants on salaries of £20,480… Read More »

    Oct 28, 2020
  • RNIP
    Ontario’s North Bay begins accepting RNIP applications

    North Bay in Ontario is the latest community participating in Canada’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot [RNIP] to launch the program. Of the 11 communities taking part in the RNIP, 10 are accepting applications. The RNIP creates a pathway to Canada PR for skilled foreign workers that have the intention of working and living in… Read More »

    Oct 28, 2020
  • Nova Scotia Nominee Program
    Nova Scotia targets media developers and programmers in latest PNP draw

    The latest Nova Scotia Nominee Program [NS NP] draw held on October 22, 2020, invited candidates from the Labour Market Priorities Stream of the NS NP. Immigration candidates invited can now proceed to applying for a provincial nomination through Nova Scotia. The total number of invitations issued has not been disclosed. The previous Nova Scotia… Read More »

    Oct 27, 2020
  • Study in Canada
    Certain DLIs in Canada reopen for international students

    Canadian schools are reopening for international students desirous to study abroad in Canada. As per an official announcement by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC], as of October 20, 2020, some of the designated learning institutions [DLIs] in Canada are “now able to reopen to international students” that are not already in Canada. International students… Read More »

    Oct 27, 2020
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