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Individuals applying for permanent residency in Canada are always asked to declare all family members on their application. This includes their dependent children, spouse, and common-law partner, including those that are not currently with them in Canada. Unfortunately, due to a lack of awareness or knowledge of a family member’s situation, most newcomers fail to...

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The immigration system in Canada supports families across the world by providing opportunities to live together. Acquiring a spousal visa was a time-consuming yet highly rewarding process for long-distance partners, but the ongoing coronavirus has made matters complicated for anyone across the globe.  The recent travel restrictions and service disruptions made visa applications a nightmare...

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No aspect of modern life hasn’t been profoundly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has forestalled people’s plans, and few are as affected as those who were planning to immigrate to Canada. Due to the instability of current events, the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website changes almost daily, leaving many prospective immigrants confused. ...

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Sponsoring a common-law partner to join you in Canada means proving to immigration authorities that you are in a conjugal relationship, not one of convenience. The Immigration & Refugee Protection Regulations says that these types of partners lived together, or cohabited, for at least a year.  The IRPR also emphasizes that the couple should be...

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Many people consider their grandparents as an integral part of their growth. Whether their parents were busy or were visiting for the weekend, grandma and grandpa have always made it a point to show love and affection. When individuals with such close ties to their grandparents move to Canada, they’ll likely experience profound sadness. Although...

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Immigrating to another country can mean an improved quality of life. As it offers excellent work benefits, spectacular scenery, a wide range of opportunities in career and education, and more, Canada remains a top destination for immigrants.  Before immigrating to Canada, there are certain family members you could sponsor. Learn more about them by reading...

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A lot of dreams and plans have been put on hold because of the current pandemic. Many are still trying to make adjustments, settling to this new normal lifestyle, and looking for ways to squeeze in a bit of normalcy while staying safe. However, if moving to another country is still something you want to...

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There are many ways you can enter Canada and earn permanent resident (PR) status. One of those ways is the Express Entry method, which was created by the Canadian government. Unfortunately, many misconceptions and myths have caused Express Entry to become more complicated than necessary, especially for those who are not knowledgeable about Canada’s immigration...

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“I do not have sponsorship. What is the best way for me to immigrate to Canada?”  This subject has always been an entry to our frequently asked questions. While sponsorship is one advantageous process of getting into Canada, it is not the only way. This article will tackle how you can get Canadian work permits...

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