Once your Express Entry PR gets approved, you have about one year from the date of your medical checkup to claim your PR. Note that the medical certificate is most often valid for about one year from the date of its issuance. Therefore, you will have to immigrate to Canada within this period (before the…

 

No. Any US Citizen or permanent resident with a felony conviction on their criminal record will be considered inadmissible to Canada even if they are just visiting or immigrating to the country. Most often, people with felony convictions may never be granted permission to enter or visit Canada, and risk being denied entry to the…

 

Immediately the United Kingdom decided to leave the European Union, a good number of British nationals started moving abroad, and much more are still considering leaving the United Kingdom. With over 650,000 British residents, Canada has always been a very perfect location of choice for British nationals, all for very good reasons. For one, the…

 

When it comes to migrating to Canada, there are many steps involved in the process. The process can take several months and in some cases a few years. But if you know what options are available, you can improve your chances of success and avoid frustrations and delays in the long run. It should be…

 

Selling your US car and buying another when you get into Canada will cost you more money, so most people consider importing their car from the United States when relocating to save thousands of dollars. A visitor from the US is allowed to bring their vehicle into Canada temporarily even if it doesn’t meet Canadian…

 

Indeed you can drive your car when moving to Canada from the US as long as you are admissible for entry at the border, have a valid passport, NEXUS Card or the necessary documentation, and a visa if you need one. In recent times, Canadian borders are open to all US citizens who qualify and…

 

In simpler terms, an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in Canada immigration is a letter offered to qualified candidates in the Express Entry pool who attained a CRS score above the cut-off threshold score as stipulated in each draw. This letter is issued by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and received in the correspondence section…

 

Yes. Although the country has been massively successful in integrating newcomers, there are some worrying signs. Truth be told, Canada is noted as one of the most popular countries in the world for immigration especially since it offers enormous opportunities for employment as well as personal growth. The country is also considered a suitable location…

 

Lawyers are qualified to apply to move to Canada via the Canadian government’s immigration program. These skilled workers are on the list of in-demand occupations in Canada and one can apply under NOC 4112. Note that practicing as a lawyer in Canada is a wonderful opportunity because Canada is a democratic country where there is…

 

Canada and the United States have a very close relationship that goes beyond just sharing a border. Both countries carry out a whole lot of bilateral trade, as supported by NAFTA, and also share common values, especially in terms of environmental protection, law enforcement, security, and free trade. According to reports, around 380,000 people pass…

 

Immigration laws can be quite complex and complicated. Most times, to ensure that your aim is achieved, it is recommended that you work with an immigration lawyer. These experts are known to stay on top of the latest developments concerning immigration and all other changing legislation. They also help clients navigate through complex laws and…

 

PPR in Canadian immigration is simply a passport request from the IRCC that shows you are almost on the verge of becoming a permanent resident of the country. It is more or less the last stage of the Express Entry program and it comes after you must have satisfactorily responded to the invitation to apply…

 

If you’re a pet owner looking to move to Canada from the United States, you may be considering how possible it is to bring your pet with you. However, note that Canadians are known to have a special fondness for animals and this is exhibited through their benign policies when it comes to pet travel….

 

Government health insurance eligibility in Canada varies from one province to another. In most provinces, Canadian citizens moving back into the country will only be able to use their provincial health care coverage after 2-3 months of re-establishing their residence. While this is not applicable in all provinces, in places like Saskatchewan, Quebec, Yukon, or…

 

As we already know, the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan and toppled the democratic government by force. Also, the government of Canada has vowed that it has no plans to recognize the Taliban as the legitimate government of Afghanistan. With the Taliban being in control of the country, many of its people are now at…

 

It will depend on your situation and personal preference, especially since there is no requirement or law mandating anyone looking to move to Canada to hire a lawyer. Know that it is possible to apply for permanent residence, get a work or study permit, or even gain entry into Canada temporarily, without the help of…

 

No. You cannot use TOEFL for Canada Immigration. TOEFL is primarily used for academic purposes and student visas and not for the immigration process, irrespective of how high your score is. According to reports, Canada’s immigration laws prefer either IELTS General or CELPIP (The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) to meet immigration criteria. The…

 

How and where to find Immigration records in Canada will vary based on the era and records you are looking to assess. While these records date back to the 18th century, they are most often considered a hit-and-miss arrangement as there was little effort to make or keep passenger and crew lists before 1865. Aside…

 

There are several immigration paths available to people who want to immigrate to Canada and one of the paths you can leverage is Express Entry. If you choose to immigrate to Canada via Express Entry or even PNP, you will need to prove that you can communicate in at least one of the nation’s official…

 

Unfortunately, moving to Canada to avoid student loans is a strategy ridden with holes and numerous consequences. While it is possible to leave your student debts behind and move to Canada, you might return to a massive financial mess that makes it difficult for you to acquire a home, get a professional license, or pay…

 

Over 10,000 U.S. citizens and residents pivot north every year to settle in Canada through Express Entry. In fact, the U.S. is the second most popular source country among Express Entry immigrants. With the uncertainty clouding over U.S. residents about their immigration status, it may have turned their attention to Canada. Canada is renowned for…

 

To contact Canada immigration by phone, you only have to dial the IRCC Call Centre (1-888-242-2100), from within Canada only, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm local time, aside from statutory holidays. To navigate the automated messages and expressly speak with an agent, follow instructions and tactically input these combinations 3-4-1-0. You will…

 

Net migration is simply explained as the number of immigrants minus the number of emigrants over a period, divided by the person-years lived by the population of the receiving country over that period. This number is expressed as the net number of migrants per 1,000 populations. While the United States is agreeably the most popular…

 

Yes. Canada has well-oiled immigration programs that support family reunification. However, Canada’s approach to family reunification tends to be more restrictive. It only gives room for citizens and permanent residents to sponsor spouses or common-law partners, dependent children, parents, and grandparents. That is, you are only allowed to sponsor brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, or grandchildren…

 

No. Buying a property in Canada cannot give you residency. Note that buying a property in Canada does not even offer applicants for permanent residence any extra edge. Applicants will still be expected to meet all eligibility requirements irrespective of their country of nationality or any property ownership in Canada. Canada is more or less…

 

The fact that people are constantly moving from the United States to Canada means that there is a huge market for moving companies that offer trans-border services. Available data shows that as far back as 2001, immigration saw between 221,352 and 262,236 immigrants moving between countries. Over 10,000 people immigrate from the U.S. to Canada…

 

According to statistics, around 300,000 people immigrate to Canada each year. Canada is a country with so many job opportunities. The cost of living in Canada is high and there are tons of activities to do outdoors and beautiful cities throughout. Canada intends to accommodate over 1.2 million newcomers by 2023 to boost the economy…