The International Skilled Workers - Occupations In-Demand stream for Canadian immigration to Saskatchewan has reached its application intake threshold for the most recent application cycle, which opened last week.
New immigrants to Manitoba, as well as those thinking of moving to the province, received some good news today as the government of Manitoba allocated $3 million CAD for the Manitoba Start Program. The government aims to help newcomers to find work in their professional field.
The government of Quebec has today made a significant announcement regarding the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), its flagship program for immigration to Canada.
As of June 10, 2015, a number of new regulations have come into force regarding spousal, common-law, and conjugal partner sponsorship for Canadian immigration.
A successful nomination through this stream will result in successful applicants being awarded 600 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System and an invitation to apply at a subsequent draw from the pool.
Saskatchewan is one of Canada's most economically stable provinces. Successful candidates and their families will obtain Canadian permanent residence, with the government of Canada aiming to process applications within six months of a complete application being submitted at the federal stage.