Recently the Canadian government implemented changes to the processing of the LMIA-exempt work permits. One of the more affected categories is the Free Trade Agreement stream that for many years had a very flexible process. In many cases the applicants only had to go to the closest border or port of entry to obtain a work permit.
This may mean a light at the end of the tunnel for many people, because now the candidates can immigrate even if they do not have a pre-approved job offer by the government.
The Express Entry system has been created to process the permanent residence applications to Canada from people that qualify under the 3 most popular economic programs to migrate to Canada.
It is common to hear that if you are applying for permanent residence you are not allowed to leave Canada at any time. This is not entirely true.
For this year, the government has planned an important change to the previous program known as “Live-In Caregiver.” Starting on November 30th, 2014, individuals who work with children or with special needs individuals will no longer be required to live in the home of the employer. This change will give the opportunity to many families […]
Providing ambiguous, false or misleading information to the Government of Canada is a criminal offense and it is called misrepresentation, the consequence of which is that the person becomes inadmissible to the country, and the possibilities to immigrate or even to visit Canada drop to zero.