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  • The Health-Care Workers Permanent Residence Pathway

    The Health-Care Workers Permanent Residence Pathway was announced during August 2020 by  Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC].  This recently created permanent resident program is for asylum seekers who have supported Canada’s healthcare system during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Applicati … Read more »

  • Online Citizenship Testing Oaths for Canadian Citizenship

    On November 26, 2020, online Citizenship Testing, oaths were  announced changes to citizenship applications.  By way of background, the covid-19 pandemic caused citizenship aspirants cases to be delayed.  The delay showed up in the forced cancellation of previously scheduled citizenship tests.  The … Read more »

  • Hong Kong Immigration to Canada

    On November 12 2020, Canada’s immigration department announced a higher priority for Hong Kong passport holders to remain temporarily or file for permanent status in Canada.  Interestingly refugee pathways for Hong Kong passport holders who have failed in their refugee claim are also being enhanced. … Read more »

  • Express Entry Points With French, Spouse Non-Accompanying

    An increase in express entry points with French language and designating your spouse as non-accompanying is possible.  The former basis for a  points increase came about owing to Canada’s immigration department issuing a new notice (during October 2020) on how French language will increase the chanc … Read more »

  • Covid-19 uniting family Canada – New Processes for Uniting Family Members

    Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has released new guidelines and a new process for uniting family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents during COVID-19.  Several months ago, when the border closures began, some exemptions were made for immediate family members of Canadian … Read more »