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Ideal Destination for International Students

Unlock Your Future: Why Canada is the Ideal Destination for International Students

Canada has long been a beacon for international students seeking high-quality education and a gateway to global opportunities. The country’s welcoming environment, diverse culture, and robust educational system make it an attractive choice for students worldwide. However, recent trends have shown a misalignment between the fields of study pursued by international students and the actual...

Canada's New Policy Empowers Hong Kong Permanent Residence Applicants

Canada’s New Policy Empowers Hong Kong Permanent Residence Applicants

In a significant move, Canada has unveiled a new policy aimed at supporting Hong Kong permanent residence applicants. The policy, announced on May 7, 2024, offers a pathway for applicants to extend their status and acquire an open work permit while their permanent residence applications are being processed. Empowering Hong Kong Residents Canada’s commitment to...

Study Permit Allocations in 2024

Canada’s Strategic Approach to Study Permit Allocations in 2024

Canada’s attractiveness as a destination for international students has been on the rise in recent years, prompting the government to implement measures to manage this influx effectively. In line with this objective, Marc Miller, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, recently unveiled the finalized allocations for study permits across provinces and territories for...

Canada Study Permit Caps

The Impact of Canada Study Permit Caps on Rental Markets: Insights from RBC

With the changes in the domain of international education in Canada, Immigration Minister Marc Miller’s recent decision to cap Canada study permit applications is a noteworthy development. According to a recent report by RBC Economics, while this move won’t immediately reverse the inflationary impact on rents, it is expected to exert a slowing effect on...

Canada Surpasses Target Welcomes 471,550 New Permanent Residents in 2023

Canada Surpasses Target: Welcomes 471,550 New Permanent Residents in 2023

Recently, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced that Canada has surpassed its target for welcoming new permanent residents in 2023. The backlog data indicates that a total of 471,550 individuals were granted permanent residency last year. Exceeding the Immigration Levels Plan Target The number of new permanent residents welcomed in 2023 surpasses the target...

Study Permit Caps

Navigating the Impact of Proposed Study Permit Caps on Canadian Provinces and Educational Institutions

In recent updates to Canada’s immigration policies, provinces are expressing concerns about the potential consequences for their colleges and universities due to proposed study permit caps. These caps, enforced by Immigration Minister Marc Miller, are set to significantly reduce the admission of international students, prompting worries about the economic and academic fallout. The proposed study...

Expanding Work Opportunities for International Students in Canada

Expanding Work Opportunities for International Students in Canada

On January 23, 2024, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced a significant policy shift that expands work opportunities for international students in Canada. The new policy, effective from January 1 to April 30, 2024, allows certain students to work off-campus for more than 20 hours weekly during regular academic sessions. This marks a departure...