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Common-Law status and Immigration to Canada

Canada provides common law couples with many of the same legal rights as married couples; but determining whether or not you are common law is confusing if you don’t understand what criteria must be met. You need to understand if you are considered common law in order to properly represent your family situation on your immigration application because an incorrect understanding can result in permanent separation from your loved ones.
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How to Increase Your Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking Score

For many people worldwide, immigrating to Canada is only possible through the Express Entry system and the Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) is the measure that determines success or failure. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure that your CRS score is as high as possible. This article explains the best options to consider in order to increase your CRS points and give yourself the greatest possible chance of being invited to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada.
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Expert Tips before Applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment

In most cases, when a Canadian company wants to hire a foreign worker, they first need to apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment in order to demonstrate that hiring a foreign worker will not affect employment prospects for Canadian workers. The LMIA application process is constantly changing, very difficult to navigate and refusals are expensive. This article lays out the important information you need to know before you commit to pursuing an LMIA in order to hire a temporary foreign worker to work in your Canadian business.
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Top Tips for Creating Your Express Entry Profile

Your chances of immigrating to Canada under Express Entry depend significantly on the information that you provide, or don’t provide, in your EE profile. It’s not enough to just blindly follow the prompts and expect that the system is going to act in your best interest. You need a basic understanding of the program in order to even understand if you are answering the questions correctly. This article explores the most common issues that we find when we review our client’s self-prepared EE profiles; and tells you how you can maximize the number of CRS ranking points that you obtain…
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Understanding Canada’s NOC System

Canada organizes all occupations into a classification system that categorizes work as managerial, professional, skilled and low skilled. Your work experience is usually a critical factor in any immigration application, so you need to understand where it fits within the NOC classification system. This article gives insight into how the NOC is organized, and tells you what information is important in determining which NOC code is related to your employment.
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Express Entry to Canada – Avoid These Common Scams

Express Entry is the program that admits the largest number of new immigrants to Canada every year, and it is well known globally due to marketing efforts by the Canadian government overseas. Although it is branded as a quick and easy process, there are nuances to the program that are not widely understood and if you don’t clearly understand the process, you are vulnerable to being taken advantage of. This article breaks down some of the most common scams related to Express Entry and gives you the insight you need to protect your dreams.
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IEC Work Permit Top Tips

Working Holiday permit holders are often eligible for Permanent Residence in Canada, but many fail to plan in advance and run out of time to qualify. If you are planning to travel to Canada with a Working Holiday visa, Young Professionals Visa or the International Co-op Visa, it’s a good idea to create an immigration strategy at the earliest possible moment, in order to maximize the opportunity created by your work permit. In this article, you will discover our best strategies for how IEC permit holders can legally maximize the amount of time they spend in Canada.
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Parental Sponsorship to Canada

Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible to apply to sponsor their parents and grandparents for immigration to Canada, but a limited number of applicants are selected each year. If you are not among those selected, it’s common to feel that the process is unfair. This article takes a quick look at the history of the program and examines the factors that IRCC is balancing in their quest for a parental sponsorship program that is accessible and fair to everyone.
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ARTICLES AND TIPS BY CANADIAN IMMIGRATION EXPERTS

VIEW ALL
All Immigration Tips

Common-Law status and Immigration to Canada

Canada provides common law couples with many of the same legal rights as married couples; but determining whether or not…
READ ARTICLE

How to Increase Your Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking Score

For many people worldwide, immigrating to Canada is only possible through the Express Entry system and the Comprehensive Ranking Score…
READ ARTICLE

Expert Tips before Applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment

In most cases, when a Canadian company wants to hire a foreign worker, they first need to apply for a…
READ ARTICLE

Top Tips for Creating Your Express Entry Profile

Your chances of immigrating to Canada under Express Entry depend significantly on the information that you provide, or don’t provide,…
READ ARTICLE

Understanding Canada’s NOC System

Canada organizes all occupations into a classification system that categorizes work as managerial, professional, skilled and low skilled. Your work…
READ ARTICLE

Express Entry to Canada – Avoid These Common Scams

Express Entry is the program that admits the largest number of new immigrants to Canada every year, and it is…
READ ARTICLE

IEC Work Permit Top Tips

Working Holiday permit holders are often eligible for Permanent Residence in Canada, but many fail to plan in advance and…
READ ARTICLE

Parental Sponsorship to Canada

Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible to apply to sponsor their parents and grandparents for immigration to Canada, but…
READ ARTICLE
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