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Filipino Nationals Dominate Canadian Immigration in 2014

Philippines overtakes China as biggest source of new Canadian permanent residents Official statistics now identify the Philippines as the number-one source country for Canadian immigration. According to Canadian immigration figures for 2014, over 40,000 Filipino nationals gained permanent residency in Canada, compared to 29,539 in 2013 when China was the number-one source country. A significant portion of these new permanent residents first entered Canada through

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CIC Reopens Manitoba Stream

Skilled Worker Overseas Stream for Canadian Immigration Re-launched in Manitoba On April 30th, 2015, Manitoba officially reopened the Skilled Worker Overseas Stream of its Provincial Nominee Program. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) enables the province to find skilled workers who wish to settle in Manitoba and who have the qualifications for successful economic integration as Canadian permanent residents. Under this system, candidates must officially

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Canadian Immigration Prioritizes Nepalese

URGENT NEWS: Canadian Immigration Prioritizes Nepalese Applicants Affected by Earthquake Priority processing available on request for Nepalese citizens with existing applications OTTAWA – In response to the earthquake that devastated Nepal on April 25, 2015, Citizenship and Immigration minister Chris Alexander announced that the Canadian government is granting priority on request to in-progress applications from Nepalese citizens “significantly and personally affected” by the disaster. Canadian

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Canadian Immigration to Launch Electronic Travel Authorization 

New system will pre-approve Visa-exempt air travellers Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has declared its plans to establish electronic travel authorization (eTA) for prospective travelers who are exempt from the obligation to acquire a temporary resident visa (TRV) before entering the country via air. The new system is slated to launch on March 15, 2016. Canada’s eTA system will resemble the currently operational American Electronic System

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