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  1. Canada Express Entry Score Marginally Falls, Invites Remain High

    CRS score dips but invites remain unchanged in latest Canada express entry draw. The much sought after express entry program by the Government of Canada has invited 3900 candidates for the latest cycle of immigration aspirants. The number of invites sent has remained high but the required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) has fallen marginally to 440 which less than 5 points from the last draw. ...Read More

  2. Ontario Introduced A New Creteria Giving NOIs to Below 400

    If you are planning to immigrate to Canada, you will have to specify whether you are moving to Ontario province or some other province of Canada in your visa application profile. This is due to the recent change in the visa rule by the provincial authorities. This rule is applicable on most sought after express entry visa scheme. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) linked to Human Capital Priorities (HCP) Immigration Stream has also been revised. ...Read More

  3. Canada Issues 3900 Invites For PR Visa Under Its Express Entry Scheme

    List of 3900 Canada PR visa is out; did you make the cut? Ottawa, 5th September 2018 Continuing with its express entry visa scheme for foreign nationals seeking permanent residency Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, Canada issued 3900 invitation to applicants today. The invites are sent based on the score of the respective applicants as per Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) as of August 30 2018. ...Read More

  4. Canadian Speeds Up Visa Processing Time For Indian Students

    To encourage the increasing number of Indian students migrating to Canada, the authority has now shorten the visa processing time. Canada has introduced ‘Student Direct Stream’ (SDS) programfor India and three other countries which cut down the processing time to 45 days from 60 days. The four countries are India, Vietnam, China, and Philippines covered under this new program. ...Read More

  5. 200% increase in Canadian PR invites for Indians

    In last few years, Canada has become the first choice for Indian migrates due to its extensive immigration programs. Canada’s Express Entry program has played the major role for inviting skilled Indians through its point based system. ...Read More

  6. Canada Reopens Several Express Entry Streams for 2018

    Canada has reopened many of its popular Express Entry Streams to comply with the demand of skilled international workers. One of such stream that has been reopened now is Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream for Ontario province. Along with it, Ontario has also reintroduced SEVEN OTHER Streams. ...Read More

  7. 2,750 Candidates Receives Invite to Apply in 20 Dec Draw

    The latest express entry draw took place earlier this week on 20th December where The Government of Canada issued ITAs to 2,750 candidates. This time, the cut off score was 446 which was 6 point lower than the earlier draw took place on 6th December. In the last draw of 6th December, the cut of score was 452. This was 30th draw took place this year and the total number of ITAs issued reached to 86,023 with this latest draw. which allows any physically/mentally disable child to continue as dependent ...Read More

  8. Children Below 22 Years Considered Dependents in Canadian Immigration Application

    The definition of dependent children has been updated for Canadian immigration application on 24th October 2017. The age for dependent children has been raised to 22 years. So now any children who is under the age of 22 and is not married or in any common law relationship can be included as a dependent child. This will be applicable for all principle applicants. There is also an exception introduced in this order which allows any physically/mentally disable child to continue as dependent even after the age of 22 years if they are financially dependents on their parents....Read More

  9. Minimum CRS Requirement Decreases More in Latest Express Entry Draw of October 18

    The latest Express Entry draw happened on 18th October 2017 where 2,757 candidates have been issued with Invitation to Apply (ITA). This time the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was kept to 436 or above. This made candidates with CSR score of 436 and above eligible to apply for Canadian Resident Permit....Read More

  10. Unofficial Analysis of 4th October Skill Select Round for 189 Visa

    This is an UNOFFICIAL analysis of skill select round that took place on 4th October for 189 Visa. The analysis and observations are made purely by us to keep you informed in the first hand. So, let’s see them into the details.

    • 2211 Accountants:

      No points or results announced but DIBP has advised that accountants will be invited soon for the same. The last draw took place on 6th August 2017 where minimum accepted limit was 75 points.

    • 2212 Auditors:

      The minimum points were 75 this time. The last draw took place on 30th July but point thresholds were not confirmed....Read More

  11. 2801 Candidates Receive ‘Invites’ in 4th October Express Entry Draw

    In recent Express Entry Draw that took place on 4th October 2017, 2801 candidates have received invitation to apply for permanent residence visa. In this draw, candidates with CRS score of 438 or more have received ITAs and are now eligible to apply for Canadian PR. All the candidates now have 90 days time limit to submit their application with completed supporting documents. IRCC intends to complete the application processing within 6 months of time frame.

    This was 23rd draw of this year till now and a total number of 72,221 ITAs have been issued so far. This number is surpassing the total number of ITAs issued over last two years. To be eligible to enter the Express Entry pool and get CRS score assigned, a potential candidate first needs to be eligible under any of the Canada’s federal economic immigration programs. The federal economic immigration programs are Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC), the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). ...Read More

  12. September 2017 Update on General Skilled Migration

    Results for latest skill select round that took place on 20th September have been released. The minimum required score continues to decline where accountants with score on or above 85 points were eligible for receiving invitation. NSW has also released list of Priority Skilled Occupations List for the year 2017-18. The nomination round for Skilled Nominated 190 Visa is expecting to start so.

    NSW Priority Skilled Occupations List:

    This year a lot of 190 nominations has been released by NSW and expected to resume this process soon in upcoming weeks. The list released by NSW is quite similar as the list of Independent and Family Sponsored visas (IFSOL). But, in the new list, several occupations have been added and several were removed. Let’s take a brief look into this. ...Read More

  13. 2,871 Candidates Receives Invitation to Immigrate to Canada in September 20 Express Entry Draw

    In yesterday’s Express Entry draw, total 2,871 candidates have received invitation to apply (ITA). The draw that took place on 20th September, has issued ITAs to the candidates with CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score of 433 or above. So, those candidates who have 433 CRS points or above during the time of draw are now eligible to apply for permanent residence status in Canada. ...Read More

  14. Candidates with 435 or more CRS point receives invites for 6th Sept Express Entry draw

    The most recent express entry draw took place yesterday 6th September in which candidates with CRS score of 435 and above were issued with ITAs. This time number of Candidates who received ITAs has reached 2,772 which made up the yearly total number to 66,549. Half of the ITAs issued so far have been issued this year since its launch in January 2015. ...Read More

  15. ‘Scenes From The Stage’ Filipino Theatre Group’s Musical Tribute For A Cause

    – Presented By Resettlement Solutions Qatar- One Of The Official Sponsors Of The Event

    31st August, 2017 I Doha, Qatar

    As it prepares to enthrall the audiences with the revival of original Filipino musical ballads, ‘Scenes from the Stage’ will also be featuring the works of award winning Filipino musicians and lyricists; as announced by the organizers at a press conference held recently. Featuring songs and music of classic Philippine musicals, the announcement of the start- studded addition of songs has weighted huge value to the event. Being staged by a non-profit organization called Tanghalang Overseas Pinoy (TOPi), promoting Filipino culture through theatre arts, the showcase will be on 2nd September, 2017 at the Almas Ballroom of the City Centre Rotana in Doha. ...Read More

  16. Yesterday’s Canada Express Entry Draw Invites over 3000 Candidates with 434 CRS Score

    Canada Express Entry Draw had invited 3,035 candidates with issuing Invitation to Apply (ITA). The draw held yesterday on 23rd August, where the minimum CRS score requirement was kept at 434 points. Therefore, the candidates with score above 434 points are now eligible to apply for Canadian PR status. ...Read More

  17. Saskatchewan Province of Canada Reopens Immigration Sub-Category ‘Occupations In-Demand’ for Skilled Workers

    Saskatchewan province of Canada invited application under the “International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand” sub-category on 9th August. This was done under an immigrant intake period of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The successful applicants will receive a provincial nomination certificate with which they will be able to apply for permanent resident status under Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) scheme. It is third intake period of 2017 and has its pre-defined eligibility criteria. ...Read More

  18. 9 August,second Express Entry Draw Invites 2,991 Candidates with a Minimum 433 Score

    Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has sent out invitation to 2,991 candidates to apply for permanent residence through in the Express Entry pool scheme. The second draw is to take place in later this month and anyone with 433 or more CRS point are eligible to apply. ...Read More

  19. New Updates Introduced In General Skilled Migration Rules

    Recently Australian Immigration Department has released new updates for General Skilled Migration visa process. The major changes introduced in the recent updates indicate policy getting strict for international students and skilled workers. The changes have been introduced in 2-year study requirement, visa processing time, state nomination and occupational Ceiling policies.

    Previously, graduate diplomas were eligible for 2-year study requirement in Australia but were not eligible for 485 Post Study Work Stream. These types of immigrants used to apply for 485 Graduate Work Stream through point test system. However, as per new updates, graduate diplomas are not eligible for 2-year Australian study requirement anymore. ...Read More

  20. Occupation Ceilings for 2017-18 Released

    On 3 August, the Immigration Department has released the occupation ceilings for the 2017-18.

    The higher ceilings for these occupations - Software Engineers, Accountants and Mechanical Engineers It seems the good news for them. The result of Skill Select Round which released on 12 July, this gives the good idea for the minimum points required for an invitation.

    The Following occupation has increases the occupation ceiling- it can be possible that the required points score will reduce compared to the 2016-17 program year:

    1. • Accountants: Increased by 2285 places to 4785
      • Mechanical, Industrial and Production Engineers: Increased by 639 places to 2178
      • Software and Applications Programmers: Increased by 540 places to 6202
      • Systems Analysts and ICT Business: Increased by 92 places to 1574

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  21. August 2 Canada Express Entry Draw Invites 3,264 Candidates with a Minimum 441 Score

    A total of 3,264 receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in the first Express Entry draw to occur in August, 2017. The newest draw, which took place on August 2, invited candidates each had a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score requirement of 441. So, candidates in the Express Entry pool with a score of 441 or above at the time of the draw are now they are eligible to apply for Canadian permanent residency.

    If you want to obtain an ITA in an Express Entry draw, individuals are required to meet the eligibility criteria of one of the three immigration programs of the Express Entry system — the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC), Federal Skilled Trades Class (FTSC), or Canadian Experience Class (CEC). After entering the above pool, candidates are allocated a CRS score based on several criteria including education, work, civil status information, experience, language ability, and other factors. This score determines their ranking in the pool.

  22. The First Express Entry Draw of July 2017 Invites 3,202 Candidates to Immigrate to Canada with a minimum CRS score of 440

    The first draw of month July introduced a minimum CRS score of 440 on 12th July 2017. Since recent changes to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) which were introduced on June 6, 2017, a total of 3,202 candidates have been issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in the second Express Entry draw. As a result, candidates in the Express Entry pool with a score of 440 or above at the time of the draw are now in a position to apply for Canadian permanent resident status.

    In one of the three immigration programs managed through the Express Entry system — the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC), Federal Skilled Trades Class (FTSC), or Canadian Experience Class (CEC) , individuals are first required to meet the eligibility criteria of Upon entering the pool In order to be in a position to receive an ITA in an Express Entry draw. Candidates are assigned a CRS score based on factors including civil status information, education, work experience, language ability, and other criteria. This score determines their ranking in the pool. During periodic draws, IRCC issues ITAs to the highest-ranking candidates. Those candidates who receive an ITA may submit an application for Canadian permanent resident status.

  23. Latest Express Entry Draw Invites 3,409 Candidates to Immigrate to Canada with minimum CRS at 449

    In the latest draw, which took place on June 28, 2017, saw a minimum CRS score requirement of 449. Consequently, candidates in the Express Entry pool with a score of 449 or above at the time of the draw are now in a position to apply for Canadian permanent resident status. As recent changes to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) were introduced on June 6, 2017, in the first Express Entry draw, a total of 3,409 candidates have been issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA).

    It is noted that in recent draw the minimum CRS cut-off is higher than in previous draws. There is a delay of total 28 days between this most recent draw and the previous draw, on May 31. As this led to entry of more individuals to the pool over that period. In addition, many candidates who were already in the pool received a boost in their score on June 6 when additional points were introduced for siblings in Canada, and French language ability. Now that some of these candidates have exited the pool, it may be expected that CRS requirements may decrease in future draws, as has been the trend throughout 2017.

  24. Express Entry draw figures for May 31, 2017 with minimum CRS at 413

    Latest Express Entry draw for permanent residency candidates will see invitations to apply sent to candidates with 413 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points or higher. As we have seen the previous CRS score 415 recorded as the lowest one is now replaced by fresh Express Entry draw with minimum 413 CRS score for Federal Skilled Workers Class (FSWC) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC) candidates. Invitations to Apply for permanent residence will now be sent to 3,877 candidates of all participating programs following the latest draw.

  25. May 17 Express Entry Draw sees Joint-Lowest Minimum CRS Requirement at 415

    The latest Express Entry draw, which took place on May 17, 2017, resulting in the lowest minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) requirement at 415 or above and saw Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for Canadian permanent resident status issued to 3,687 candidates in the Express Entry pool. Since the system was introduced in January, 2015,this is the second time the minimum CRS requirement has dropped to 415, the lowest minimum requirement yet. ...Read More

  26. Alberta’s new pilot program bans foreign workers in 29 high-skilled occupations

    A new pilot program has been launched by Alberta which includes banning of hiring temporary foreign workers in one of 29 high-skilled occupations by Canadian employers. Applications through the Temporary Foreign Worker program for these occupations will be placed on a “refusal to process list” and will be redirected to available local workers coming in one of these prohibited occupations. ...Read More

  27. Major Changes to occupation list SOL and CSOL, Almost 200 occupations are abolished from 19th April, 2017

    Important amendments made to skilled occupations lists effective 19 April 2017, The Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) got replaced by the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) and The Skilled Occupations List (SOL) got replaced by the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).There are 16 occupations on the MLTSSL which cannot be used for state nominated and employer sponsored visas, also 200+ Occupations abolished from Old CSOL which is Now STSOL. ...Read More

  28. 457 Visa to be Abolished - Replaced by Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa from March 2018

    The 457 Visa is to be abolished from March 2018, and replaced by a new temporary work visa called the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa. Changes to the occupations list for 457 visas will come into effect from 19 April 2017 - with some sources suggesting that up to 200 occupations will be removed from the approved list. Our article gives details on the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa, as well as the likely impact on people applying for permanent employer sponsored visas. ...Read More

  29. Determination Point's Score is Presently 431 Focuses in Most recent Draw of 2017 Apply for Canada Changeless Living arrangement Under The Express Passage Framework on fifth April 2017

    Here is additional music and harmony to the ears of all candidates WHO have filed underneath the Express Entry Pool for Canada Permanent Residence and predict the most recent choice ranking news vis-à-vis comprehensive ranking system (CRS). The most recent CRS draw of 2017 proclaimed on April fifth 2017, informs that the candidates WHO score 431 points or additional underneath the CRS are invited to use (ITA) underneath Canada FSW program. This implies that Associate in Nursing person will hope evidently to induce a positive choice even on standalone basis and against one’s own credentials vis-à-vis Education, Language, expertise and different aspects. several of conveyance answer shoppers have already received ITA’s even once they had no job supply in hand supported their existing qualifications, expertise and credentials.

    Resettlement Solution ( was amongst the terribly initial agencies to encourage its shoppers to file their application into the pool and to not get frightened by the indicated higher points, from earlier attracts, underneath the CRS. we have a tendency to expect that qualifying points square measure possible to come back to additional down in close to future. Read More...

  30. Quebec skilled worker applicants and Releases Occupation List can now update applications Online

    Quebec’s Ministère Immigration, de la Diversité et Inclusion (the authority of founding, deviation and Inclusion, or MIDI) has self confessed that individuals who have submitted an online inquiry for expansion to Canada on the Quebec capable Worker course of action (QSWP) make out now show the lay of the land certain taste in their application.

    The MIDI clarified that applicants may:

    1. update their contact information;
    2. add or remove a person (spouse or dependent child) if their personal situation has changed since they submitted their last application;
    3. add one or several diplomas or attestation of assessment test results of proficiency in French or English recognized by the MIDI; and/or
    4. update information regarding their family members who live in Quebec.