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【Fully vaccinated travellers can now apply for a Work Permit at Canadian airports】

October 7, 2021

Fully vaccinated travellers can now apply for a Work Permit at Canadian airports. There are some requirements you need to follow.

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【From the start of a relationship to becoming a Canadian permanent resident – stories of the experiences of 4 couples】Updated August 5, 2021

August 5, 2021

How did people with Canadian partners meet each other, get married, live together, and become permanent residents of Canada? Here are some real-life testimonies of couples who have completed their journey of becoming a permanent resident in Canada!

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【If you are transferring to Canada, these are the tips to read! Learn the basics of the Intra-company Transferee Work Permit】(Updated July 22, 2021)

July 26, 2021

Are you transferring to Canada? In order to work in Canada, you need to obtain a Canadian Work Permit.  Here are easy to understand tips for Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit.

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[Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit under New Travel Restrictions What’s different from usual?] (Updated April 1, 2021)

April 1, 2021

There is travel restriction currently under the pandemic.   I would like to send a new employee to Canada.  What is different from usual? Here are Steps to apply for a Work Permit to enter Canada.

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[Top Occupation ranking for permanent residents of Canada! ] (Updated January 18, 2021)

January 18, 2021

Canada announced its 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan. Canada will target the highest level of immigration in its history. Over the coming three years, Canada will aim to welcome the following level of new permanent residents in a total of 1.2 million. This massive volume is the first time since 1913.

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【Travelling to Canada for Essential Service workers 】

May 13, 2020

Canada is still under the travel ban due to COVID-19, but those who work in an *Essential Services can come to Canada. Notes: To work in Canada, you must apply for a Work Permit at an embassy and have a POE letter (approval letter). Online applications are being assessed; however, it may take longer.

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【How to apply for a pre-approval of a Canada Work Permit quicker?】

May 4, 2020

I don’t feel comfortable applying for my Work Permit at a Canadian airport in one shot. What should I do? All our clients who have applied for Intra-company Transferee Work Permits in the past successfully obtained their Work Permits. Almost all of those clients brought in their applications at a Canadian airport

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【Other essential steps besides getting your Work Permit (related to the Canadian government)】

January 5, 2020

Your relocation day to Canada is coming up. What other things must you do when applying for a Work Permit (also called Labor Visa, Work Visa). This article will provide you with all the information of everything that you need to do, split into before your departure to Canada, on the day of your departure,

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【For transferring between enterprises, a much easier option to a Work Permit is the Canada Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit compared to local hired】

October 28, 2019

This option is definitely to be considered for those planning on transferring over to Canada or have a company outside of Canada and are a prospective applicant for PR. The Work Permit for Local Hires (commonly referred to as: Work Visa) accompanies the stressful LMIA(Labour Market Impact Assessment)

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【Permanent Resident Landing Interview at Immigration inland office】

September 11, 2019

Once your PR application has been approved, your status will be finalized after you complete the Landing Interview at an In-Land Immigration office in Canada. Do not get too nervous about the Landing Interview as it will not put your application at risk of getting rejected. Rather, it’s used as a means to clearly confirm

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