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Immigration Reforms from Donald Trump May Backfire

Trump consultant Stephen Miller says the new White House intend to change U.S. migration law, presented by Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue, is “the biggest proposed change to our movement strategy in 50 years.”

The White House needs to return to the 1965 Immigration Act, which opened America’s entryways wide to settlers of shading and delivered the most clearing statistic change of the nation in its history.

Canada Updates Requirement of Settlement Funds for Express Entry Immigration

The settlement funds that are required by applicants under the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) and the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) have been updated by the government of Canada. Aspiring immigrants will not be required to show settlement funds when they receive Invitation to Apply (ITA) as per the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Individuals…

January 25th Invitation to Apply Sent 3,508 Invitations to Apply

The Express Entry immigration selection system of Canada continues to grow. It gives opportunity to more aspiring immigrants to become permanent resident of Canada. A draw was held recently on January 25 and Invitations to Apply (ITAs) were issued to 3,508 candidates and the cut off for Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points went down to…

Canada Reveals New Data on Marriage of Convenience

Immigration, refugees and citizenship Canada (IRCC) has come out with a new application package that clarifies the application process for sponsoring a common-law partner or spouse. Thousands of families and couples have been reunited through the Spousal and common-law partner sponsorship immigration program from Canada. This program is one of the salient features of the…

Huge Demand for Semi-Skilled and Highly Skilled Workers in Rural Areas and Small Towns of Canada

There has been downturn in the economy of Alberta and some job losses have also been encountered this year. However, federal immigration minister John McCallum is of the view that there is still need for more immigrants in the province. John McCallum was speaking at a press conference on Friday in Calgary. The minister is…