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July 4, 2022

Today’s post is about the basics of LMIA so as to know more about LMIA Canada , LMIA processing time .Learn about how to apply for LMIA in Canada  and work permits based on LMIA . Anyone can can apply for work permit provided if they have a valid  job offer from a Canadian employer . Let us start by checking what basically LMIA is .

LMIA  (Labour Market Impact Assessment) Canada 2022

LMIA is a  government approval formerly called a Labour Market Opinion (LMO). LMIA is granted in certain conditions when  a Canadian company cannot fill an edge with an area Canadian worker .
An LMIA process could be a labour market verification procedure . In this case, Employment and Social Development Canada, also called the ESDC, evaluates employment offer .the purpose of evaluation is that hiring a far off worker won’t negatively impact the Canadian workforce in future . Employers are going to be obliged to provide various information regarding the work they want to rent a distant worker. These include the quantity of Canadians who applied and also the number of Canadians who underwent the interview process, including a radical explanation for why the considered Canadian workers weren’t hired.

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June 30, 2022

There is no greater joy on earth than the joy of watching your parents and grandparents smile and be happy because of something you might have had a hand in accomplishing. If you are in Canada and want to ensure that your elderly supporters may come visit and spend some time with you in Canada witnessing the many wonders it has to offer, Super Visa is the solution for you.

The federal government does allow Canadian citizens with qualifying parents and grandparents to visit for an extended period — six months or more — and provides an application process by which to obtain a “super visa” to get them here. The big difference from a regular visitor visa? With a super visa, your visitor can stay up to two years in a single visit, and travel back and forth for 10 years.

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June 23, 2022

Alberta’s new expedited immigration program through Express Entry 2022: Alberta’s immigration minister, Tyler Shandro, announced the Accelerated Tech Pathway on January 13. The province had already begun accepting applications to the new program in December.  In order to be eligible, tech professionals need to have a profile in the federal government’s Express Entry system and be eligible for the Alberta Express Entry Stream.

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February 15, 2022

Amendments in Immigration Levels Plan 2022-2024

Canada increases its immigration target to 432,000 new immigrants

The Canadian government is increasing its immigration targets again. It will look almost 432,000 new immigrants in 2022 instead of its initial plan to target 411,000 newcomers.

Government suggested three year plan for new immigrant landings under immigration Levels Plan 2022-2024.
In 2022, the government plans to welcome 431,645 permanent residents. In 2023, the target goal for permanent residents will increase to 447,055 and then 451,000 permanent residents in 2024.
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January 25, 2022

Canada announced that it’s extending until February 28, 2022, a measure allowing visitors to get a Canadian work visa in 2022 (coronavirus-related).

Since August 24, 2020, temporary residents who are in Canada with valid visitor status have been able to apply for an employer-specific work permit from within Canada.

This is a short-lived regulatory change as normally foreign workers who are in Canada on a visitor’s visa cannot change their status without leaving the country.

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December 16, 2021

When will Canadian Parents & Grandparents Sponsorships Open in 2022?: The IRCC has not yet released details of the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) 2022, but what we know so far is: According to the Immigration Level Plan 2021-2023, the Canadian Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) aims to welcome approximately 23,500 migrants under the PGP in 2022. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the IRCC announced details of the new PGP hospitalization year in January. However, during the pandemic, IRCC provided updates in the fall of 2020 and 2021 and hosted the PGP lottery. Read More

December 9, 2021

Alberta held PNP Draw with the highest CRS cut-off since February: New Express Entry draw was held in Alberta on December 7, in which they invited the candidates under Express Entry to apply for the provincial nomination program (PNP). Alberta invited 100 Express Entry Candidates to apply for a state nomination on November 24th. Most of this year’s Alberta Immigration Nominee Program (AINP) draws were relatively small, given that we invited more than 200 candidates at a time. Another draw in January was as small as 100, with a minimum of 50. With an Alberta draw of 350, the scoring requirements were also relatively high. Only one other drawing of the year had a high cut-off score of 360 in January.

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December 6, 2021

Manitoba PNP draw invited 438 candidates to apply for PR: In the year 2021, Manitoba has invited 10,437 candidates through their provincial nomination program. Manitoba has just recently announced a PNP draw on  December 2, 2021. In this draw, an invitation of Provincial Nomination has been sent to 438 Candidates. Candidates who have received the nomination from Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program (MPNP) can apply for Permanent residency in Canada. The province generally invites the applicants to apply for one of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which are:

  • International Education Stream
  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba
  • Skilled Worker Overseas

The Skilled worker streams are eligible to only the candidates who have already submitted the EOI (Expression of Interest) profile.

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December 3, 2021

Overview of Canada’s PNP Immigration Results for November 2021: The Canadian Province Nominee Program (PNP) issued approximately 3,000 invitations in November to apply for a province nomination. Almost every Canadian province and territory has its own province nominee program (PNP), with the exception of Nunavut and Quebec, which operate their own immigration programs. Read More