Author: Sidrah

Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP)

One of the most distinctive and breathtaking of all Canadian regions, Nova Scotia invites immigrants to the friendly Maritime peninsula. Tucked on the Eastern edge of Canada, the Nova Scotia peninsula is broken into multiple islands, including Cape Breton Island.  Job seekers and skilled professionals applying for the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NSNP) usually […]

What is the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program?

The Saskatchewan PNP is an immigration program that enables graduates, foreign workers, and entrepreneurs to settle in Saskatchewan province permanently. Canada runs several PNPs that aim to help immigrants settle within Canadian regions; the ultimate objective is for them to apply for permanent residence and benefit the Canadian economy. It also helps the Canadian state. Local […]

How to Improve Your CRS Score?

Canada introduced its new Express Entry system for most of the federal economic immigration programs in 2015 to regulate the country’s economic gaps. To process the applications for the express entry programs, a highly competitive ranking system was introduced alongside, to make things easier for everyone. The ranking system has made the express entry system […]

IELTS: Exam Structure and Preparation Tips

IELTS is a leading English language test that’s popular all over the world. According to recent statistics, over 3.5 million people take IELTS every year. And some of those people take IELTS in order to immigrate to Canada because taking that exam is a good way to show your English proficiency. Even though Canada is […]

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.

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.