Canada opens door to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential temporary workers and international graduates

Credit to Author: Ramya Ramanathan| Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2021 12:34:33 +0000

Canada has announced a time-limited innovative pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates who are already in Canada, and actively contributing to Canada’s economy. Starting May 6, 2021, eligible temporary workers in health care and in other selected essential occupations, and international students who graduated from a Canadian institution are invited to send in their applications for permanent residence.

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Canada opens door to permanent residency for over 90,000 essential temporary workers and international graduates

Credit to Author: Ramya Ramanathan| Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2021 12:34:33 +0000

Canada has announced a time-limited innovative pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates who are already in Canada, and actively contributing to Canada’s economy. Starting May 6, 2021, eligible temporary workers in health care and in other selected essential occupations, and international students who graduated from a Canadian institution are invited to send in their applications for permanent residence.

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Do you need to hire a lawyer or representative for your immigration application?

Credit to Author: Steven Meurrens| Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2021 21:12:30 +0000

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will often tell people that they do not need to hire a lawyer or consultant in order to immigrate to Canada. They are right.

In 2018, IRCC approved 191,337 applications for permanent residence. Of these, 7,334 were represented by a lawyer, 11,262 by a regulated consultant, 52,066 by a family member or friend, and 191,337 had no representative.

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