Looking for work as a newcomer to Canada can be challenging. Learn about the difference between regulated and unregulated jobs, and the documents you will need to begin your job search. Get information about how to prepare your resume, cover letter, and references for job applications and interviews. We’ll also explain how you can meet people who can help you get experience and find jobs, and where you can get free employment services.
A Gandalf Group survey commissioned by The Globe and Mail suggests Canadian adults are satisfied with many aspects of their lives, with the most powerful determinants being mental health and having a sense of purpose.
For a lot of people, the mere mention of showing your finances to another person causes a lot of anxiety. Unfortunately there is no way out of it if you are interested in coming to Canada temporarily such as to travel for leisure or to attend college or university.
Proof of funds is how you show to the Canadian Immigration you have enough money to support yourself and the people you are traveling with (in the case of families). If you are coming as a student, you need to prove to the government that you have enough funds to pay your tuition and living expenses.
Once again, Canada is readying itself for long-term economic growth and recovery. A new and temporary public policy was released on April 14, 2021 to facilitate the granting of permanent residence for foreign nationals in Canada, outside of Quebec, with a recent credential from a Canadian post-secondary institution. A maximum of 40,000 applications will be accepted for processing and the policy comes into effect on May 6, 2021 until November 5, 2021 or until the 40,000 cap is reached (whichever occurs first).
One of the most popular immigration pathways for Canada is the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers and international graduates who want to work and live in one of Canada’s 4 Atlantic Provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.
In order to immigrate to Canada through this pathway, the first step is to secure a job offer from a designated employer from either of the four provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island), after which we will review if you will be eligible for the AHSP or the AISP categories. Please note that MVC does not assist in job placement services.
Original Article Source Credits: Niagara Falls Review, https://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/
Article Written By: Nicholas Keung
Original Article Posted on: 9th December 2020
Beginning next year, highly skilled immigrants will have a new path to remaining in Newfoundland and Labrador
Original Article Source Credits: The Telegram, https://www.thetelegram.com/
Article Written By: David Maher
Original Article Posted on: 18th November 2020
Original Article Source Credits: Radio Canada International , https://www.rcinet.ca/
Article Written By: Marc Montgomery
Original Article Posted on: November 5, 2020
Link to Original Article: https://www.rcinet.ca/en/2020/11/05/canada-proposes-enabling-temporary-residents-to-become-citizens/
Following on from Part I of How COVID-19 Has Affected Canadian Immigration, here is Part II. If you missed the earlier update, click here to read it now.
The pandemic has been responsible for a lot of changes in almost every sector globally, with employment and communication, almost unrecognizable. While many of the changes are going to revert as soon as the situation relating to COVID gets better, other changes might be here to stay.