Wise Immigration sends more than 100 students to Canada last year
Canada has been performing well in terms of the number of international students studying in the country because of its world class institutions, lower costs, and a safe and healthy environment.
In fact, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada revealed that there’s a 22% increase in students who entered Canada last year.
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Wise Immigration holds Team Building, promotes operational excellence
To escape the whirlwinds of its workplace, Wise Immigration, in partnership with Niagara College, spearheaded the Team building activity at the Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort, San Fernando, Cebu last October 19-20, 2017.
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Sask. Government increases application entry for SINP
The Government of Saskatchewan has increased its application intake thresholds last August 22 accepting 900 more applicants for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Express Entry and 300 more applicants for the Occupation-In-Demand Category. Continue reading “Sask. Government increases application entry for SINP”
New Zealand, Canada, Australia among the Top 12 safest countries in 2017
The rankings were based by 23 factors, which included homicide rate, political terror, and deaths from internal conflict. 163 countries were ranked based on how peaceful they are; with 98 countries became more peaceful, 68 countries became less peaceful and 2 countries remained stagnant in their rankings. Continue reading “New Zealand, Canada, Australia among the Top 12 safest countries in 2017”
Canada to welcome more French-speaking skilled immigrants with new changes to Express Entry
Canadians are building a world-leading innovation economy. One way to do this is by making improvements to Express Entry—Canada’s flagship skilled-worker immigration application management system. Continue reading “Canada to welcome more French-speaking skilled immigrants with new changes to Express Entry”
Studying abroad will give us invaluable life skills but it can also be very challenging. One of these challenges is going through a culture shock. It is a feeling of anxiety of being in a culture different to your own. Continue reading “Studying abroad”
Canada has overhauled its immigration process for international students
Canada’s government today announced major changes to Express Entry, the system under which most immigrants obtain permanent residence here.
The instructions from Minister of Citizenship and Immigration John McCallum, published in today’s gazette and set to take effect on November 19, award additional points to applicants whose degrees were obtained in Canada, and make significant changes to the weighting of job offers.
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New Quebec immigration policy aimed at attracting, retaining foreign talent.
In a news conference today, Quebec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil outlined a new policy aimed at attracting strategic talent to the province.
Weil said this new plan, called Together, We Are Quebec, will take into account changing labour trends and streamline the immigration process.
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