LMIA-exempt work permit renewals for Quebec Selection Certificate holders

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International Mobility Program: Labour Market Impact Assessment-exempt work permit renewals and extensions for certain Quebec Selection Certificate holders currently in Quebec  On June 1, 2012, Quebec’s Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (MIDI) implemented provisions that allow some work permit holders who are present in Quebec to submit an application to renew or … Continue reading "LMIA-exempt work permit renewals for Quebec Selection Certificate holders"
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Bridging Open Work Permits

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Qualifying foreign nationals currently in Canada who meet program eligibility requirements may be able to receive Bridging open work permits to bridge the gap between the expiry of their current work permits and the final decision on their application for permanent residence (APR). They must have submitted an application for permanent residence under one of … Continue reading "Bridging Open Work Permits"
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Express Entry Points Requirement Reaches Lowest Level

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The number of points needed under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) needed in order to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian immigration has remained at its lowest ever level. In the eighteenth Express Entry points system draw on 2 October 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) issued 1,530 ITAs to candidates with 450 or more … Continue reading "Express Entry Points Requirement Reaches Lowest Level"
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Understanding the Express Entry Visa System and National Occupation Classifications

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Determining your eligibility to immigrate to Canada through the express entry visa system can be a difficult task. There is no list of eligible occupations for the program, but rather applicants must have employment that has a National Occupation Classification (NOC) code of skill type 0, A or B. This is a much broader classification … Continue reading "Understanding the Express Entry Visa System and National Occupation Classifications"
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