Canadian immigration news in brief April 27-30, 2020

A summary of the latest news in Canadian immigration.

Exemptions to the Canadian travel ban do not override inadmissibility. Find out more.

Ontario invited 26 entrepreneurs with scores of at least 132 to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. Find out more.

Nova Scotia invited French-speaking Express Entry candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. Find out more.

Individuals who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic may be able to stay in Canada. Find out more.

The Canadian immigration department is once again able to respond to questions by phone. Find out more.

Sudbury, the largest city in Northern Ontario with a population of nearly 165,000, has held its first ever Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) draw. Find out more.

Canada has invited PNP candidates with CRS scores of at least 692. The invited candidates had previously received 600 additional CRS points with a provincial nomination. Find out more.

Since March, Canada has sought to help international students experiencing disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Find out more.

British Columbia has issued invitations to apply to candidates in Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration streams on April 29. Find out more.

Ontario issued invitations to apply to 190 candidates in 14 skilled trades occupations. Find out more. 

Ontario issued invitations to 307 French-speaking Express Entry candidates. Find out more. 

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