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November 30, 2022

What Is Canadian Significant Work Permit | No LMIA: It is a work permit that does not require LMIA. The Canadian Significant Benefit Work Permit is for those who can bring significant benefits to the country. The benefit can be economic, cultural, or social. This is majorly beneficial for those who do not have an LMIA. Now, they can have the opportunity to work in Canada without an LMIA. However, this is only possible if they bring some significant benefit to the country. So, in this post, we will see what significant work permits and LMIA is. Also, we will discuss the eligibility criteria for the Canadian Significant Work Permit.

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November 29, 2022

NOC 2021 for Truck Drivers makes them Eligible For Express Entry: Some amendments to the NOC system were announced at the end of 2021. As a result, some new occupations became eligible for express entry. On the other hand, some became ineligible. The updated NOC 2021 came into effect in November. The NOC 2021 is now called a TEER system and under this system, 16 new occupations are now eligible for express entry. These occupations include truck drivers as well. So, in this post, we will look at the details of NOC 2021 and know what an express entry system is.

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November 26, 2022

Top 5 Nursing Schools In Alberta For International Students: Canada offers a variety of options for nursing students. Nursing is one of the fields in the health sector. And every country needs to have a strong healthcare sector. So, there are several institutions in Canada in different provinces where nursing courses are available. However, here we will mainly focus on nursing schools in Alberta where practical knowledge is provided to the students. Additionally, we will be looking at the different nursing courses that one can pursue to have a career in this field.

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November 21, 2022

NOC To TEER System updates | 16 Occupations Eligible For Express Entry: As previously announced by IRCC, there are some changes in the NOC system in Canada. There is a shift from NOC to the TEER system. And this change came into effect on November 16, 2022. So, from now all express entry files will be processed considering the new NOC 2021.

In addition, 16 occupations are now eligible for express entry under the TEER system. However, 3 occupations are no longer eligible for express entry. In this post, there will be a list of occupations that became eligible and ineligible. But before that, it is important to know what the NOC system in Canada is.

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November 17, 2022

Top 5 Nursing Schools In Ontario, Canada: Nursing is a field of the healthcare sector. Several students after high school opt for nursing courses for their higher studies. And Canada is quite popular among students for its nursing courses. Many institutions offer the best nursing programs in different provinces of Canada. But here we are going to talk about the best colleges or universities in Ontario, Canada for nursing. Also, we will see if there are some requirements to be enrolled in nursing courses.

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November 12, 2022

Express Entry Draw Recently Held On November 9, 2022: The latest express entry draw took place on November 9, 2022. This was the first draw of November and issued 4750 invitations. The minimum CRS score requirement for this draw was 494 points. In the previous draw, the CRS cut-off was 496 points and dropped by only two points this time. However, the number of invitations issued is the same as the previous draw. So, any applicant in the pool with a CRS score of 494 or more will receive an ITA. In this post, there will be a detailed explanation of getting Canadian PR through express entry.

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November 10, 2022

New Brunswick’s New Immigration Pilot For Critical Workers: New Brunswick will introduce a new pilot to overcome the labor shortages in the province. The province’s new project is New Brunswick’s Critical Worker Pilot (NBCWP). The pilot is a joint project between federal and provincial governments. And the provincial government of New Brunswick came up with this pilot to meet critical worker shortages in the province. More details about New Brunswick’s pilot project are discussed further in the post.

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October 31, 2022

IELTS Latest Update Retake In One Skill To Be Introduced Soon: Now IELTS test takers will be eligible to appear for a single module soon. According to the latest updates, IELTS is going to introduce the concept of One Skill Retake soon. Although, initially it is going to be implemented in eligible Australian test centers only. And this is very beneficial for candidates appearing for the IELTS exam. If someone fails to get desired scores in any one of the IELTS modules, then there will be an opportunity to reappear for that particular module instead of taking the whole test. So, in this post, there will be complete information about the IELTS test.

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October 27, 2022

Latest Express Entry October Draw CRS Score Drops to 496 Points: Finally, the express entry draw CRS dropped below 500. The latest draw held on October 26, 2022, invited 4,750 candidates in the pool with a CRS score of a minimum of 496 points. The all-program express entry draws are held every two weeks. And only those candidates receive an ITA, who meet the minimum CRS score requirement. Express entry is a pathway to Canadian PR for a large number of people. Read this full post to know all about express entry and check if you are eligible for it or not.

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October 25, 2022

300,000 People to Get Canadian Citizenship by March 2023: According to the latest updates, Canada is going to grant citizenship to 300,000 people by March 2023. IRCC has set a new target for processing 300,000 Canadian citizenship applications by the end of March 2023. And Canada is doing very well to achieve this target as it has already invited 116,000 new citizens till now. Also, it is believed that Indians are going to benefit the most from this. So, let us know more about this latest update and the process of getting Canadian citizenship in this post.

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