NLAI immigration services provides the latest news related to immigrating to Canada.

Interim pathway to Caregivers before June 4, 2019!

Effective from March 4, 2019 and expires on June 4, 2019. Caregivers in Canada with just one year experience can submit now PR application. This is a one time only interim policy which waives previous more restricted requirements, prior to another new five-year pilot program designed for Caregivers. If you have legally worked in Canada […]

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BC takes entrepreneur of $100k+, starts 2019!

“The BCPNP just announced Regional Pilot of Entrepreneur Immigration is designated for entrepreneurs who propose to establish and actively manage new business in regional communities with population of fewer than 75,000 in British Columbia outside of major population centers. Communities enrolled will identify priority economic development industries, and will select or refer prospective applicants to […]

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Propellers in next 3 years – Express Entry & PNP

Revealed by the Canada’s new immigration plan release last week, combined admissions targets for Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program and the high-skilled economic immigration programs through the Canada’s Express Entry system are slated to reach 160,100 new permanent residents in 2021, 23% increase over the 2018 target of 129,900.   The three Federal High Skilled programs […]

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National Citizenship & Immigration Conference

Year after year, we witness the evolution of Canada immigration industry, RCICs have been playing a key role in terms of maintaining the integrity of Immigration Refugee Protection Act and contributing to the economy in Canada, regardless we are helping students, entrepreneur investors, reunited families or foreign workers. Together we safe guard and bring positive […]

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CAPIC met Hussen – voice on unauthorized practitioner

2018-08-10 CAPIC (Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants) representatives met with IRCC Minister Ahmed Hussen in Toronto. It is CAPIC’s continuous effort to advocate professionalism in the industry and increase RCICs working relationship with Immigration Canada. Among the topics under discussion was the issue of unauthorized practitioners, self-regulation under federal statute (and how it would […]

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