It is an amazing time for students who aspire to go abroad and further their education for extremely lucrative job prospects.
International students support the vitality of Canadian communities & contribute more than $21 billion annually to the economy.
Year 2020 has been a year full of turmoil as it was the year of the Coronavirus pandemic. In 2019 Canada welcomed 341,000 new immigrants & continued to accept high levels of new immigrants at the start of 2020.
In the October 14 Express Entry draw for immigration to Canada nearly 4,500 candidates were issued invitations to apply (ITA).
Recent years have seen Canada’s tech industry booming for real. Even during the whole ordeal of coronavirus pandemic, the industry is showing strength with companies actively recruiting.
It was a sign of better things to come when the first all-program Express Entry draw was
held by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) last week. This is the
draw for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic has hit the country
Permanent resident applications are still being accepted but there may be delays to the processing time due to the coronavirus outbreak. As announced, there are travel restrictions in place
Issuance of Notiﬁcations of Interest by Targeted Occupations under Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued targeted Notiﬁcations of Interest (NOIs)
Even when the Covid 19 pandemic is wreaking havoc in the whole world, there is good news for International Students.
It’s good news for international students in Canada! As per new immigration rules in Canada, International students are now eligible for Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) with online courses.