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Study in Canada

Canada is one of the first destinations that come to mind when you think of education. And this article explains exactly how to get Canadian education, and how to immigrate as a student to the Great White North.

What is the Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)?

You know which Canadian province you wish to call home, now it’s just a matter of getting there. If so, the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) could be for you. Canadian provinces use the Provincial Nominee Program or PNP to choose immigrants who are suited for their economy and labor market. This guide is designed to […]

Canada2036 – Your Immigration and Visa Guide

Do you see your future in Canada? No matter where you come from or what’s your status, Canada has always been a welcoming nation. With Canada’s new plan to receive up to 3 million new immigrants in the next few years, your future as permanent resident in Canada might be even sooner than your think. We’ve created this website to help you understand, plan and begin the journey of your life. We’ve been there; Our team is conceived of immigrants, sons and daughters of immigrants; all Canadians, who believe in this country. Take care of your future, today!

150 Years of Immigration to Canada

150 Years of Immigration to Canada: Foreign-Born in Canada Historically, Canada has always had numerous immigrants flowing into the country. The number of foreign-born individuals in Canada at any given time varies depending on the time in history and the circumstances. This information is collected via census data. The Canadian Census is a governmental survey […]

Being Canadian in 2036

We have created a society where individual rights and freedoms, compassion and diversity are core to our citizenship. But underlying that idea of Canada is the promise that we all have a chance to build a better life for ourselves and our children.

Where To Move?

Welcome to Vancouver: City Perched at the Edge of Wilderness

Vancouver, British Columbia’s largest city, is a place for career-seekers and adventurists alike. It’s one of the most linguistically and ethnically diverse cities of Canada, offering you a unique mix of culture and heritage. The city presents a charming combination of mountains, coastlines, beaches, and modern urban spaces with a growing economy.   Most of the […]

Welcome to Montreal

The second-largest city in Canada, Montreal is located in the province of Quebec. With ties to both the French and British empires, Montreal is a fully bilingual city with a fascinating origin story.  Originally inhabited by the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, it was ‘discovered’ by Jacques Cartier in 1953 who was the first European to set […]

Welcome to Calgary

Calgary is Alberta’s largest city and enjoys a lovely spot just east to these Rocky Mountains. It serves as one of the major urban centers of the southern half province of Alberta.

Welcome to Toronto

 “The city had been built by people from innumerable elsewheres. It was a chaos of cultures ordered only by its long streets. It belonged to no one and never would, or maybe it was a million cities in one, unique to each of its inhabitants, belonging to whoever walked its streets.”   André Alexis Toronto the […]

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What is the Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)?

You know which Canadian province you wish to call home, now it’s just a matter of getting there. If so, the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) could be for you. Canadian provinces use the Provincial Nominee Program or PNP to choose immigrants who are suited for their economy and labor market. This guide is designed to […]

Study in Canada

Study in Canada

Canada is one of the first destinations that come to mind when you think of education. And this article explains exactly how to get Canadian education, and how to immigrate as a student to the Great White North.

Working While Studying In Canada

Can I Work while Studying in Canada? Generally, yes. And here’s the article about how to work as a Canadian student. Studying in Canada is the dream of so many young people all over the world, and the reason is fairly clear. Apart from being a country that hosts some of the best institutions in […]

Family Sponsorship

Family Sponsorship in Canada

Ask anyone who has emigrated to Canada, what they miss the most about back home, chances are high they’ll answer: Family.  If you’re like most of immigrants, you’re probably missing your parents, grandparents, cousins, nieces and nephews. And even as you build your life here, you can’t help but yearn for the people you’ve left […]

Canada is a wonderful place to raise a family, and we understand that relocating your loved ones is a challenge. Simplify the road to family sponsorship with the help of this guide—whether you need spouse sponsorship for your partner, or a super visa for parents and grandparents. The Family Sponsorship Spanning from one ocean to […]

Parents Sponsorship in Canada

Every day people are leaving their country of origin to move to Canada. The reasons for doing so are diverse and unique to each individual. Some do so to pursue higher education or a fantastic job opportunity. Some leave in search of a better life and to escape the political and social conflicts of their […]

Spouse Sponsorship in Canada

The family sponsorship program allows you (as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident) to sponsor a family member as long as certain conditions are meant. This can be a spouse, a parent, grandparent, a nephew, niece, aunt, uncle etc.

Visiting Canada

Visiting Canada? Use this Immigration Guide

Planning a visit to Canada? Don’t forget to check if you need a visitor visa before you go. Our guide has everything to prepare you, from applying for a Temporary Resident Visa or securing your eTA before boarding your flight. There are many reasons to visit the Great White North as it has a lot to offer to tourists. Besides the […]

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) for Canada

An Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is an entry requirement for foreign citizens who are exempted from visa requirements and intend to travel to Canada by air. If your eTA is valid, you can fly into Canada whenever you want to and enjoy a short stay, typically up to six months.

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Canada Immigration vs US Immigration: Why Canada?

In 2017, a CNN report was entitled “No, Americans aren’t actually flocking to Canada in droves,” after the election of current President Donald Trump. Though many said they’d probably emigrate northward to Canada should he win, the numbers aren’t living up to expectations. Yes, more people than ever are heading to Canada from the U.S. […]