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Border Crisis: As America Fixates on the Wall Migrants are Fleeing to Canada

Border Crisis: As America Fixates on the Wall Migrants are Fleeing to Canada

The Immigration debate has largely revolved around the country’s southern border over the last two years. Even with the US administration’s struggle to tackle the illegal entries into the country and also check the increasing number of American families coming to the US, the so-called border ‘crisis’, as termed by the US president Donald Trump, […]

Canada to Welcome over 1 Million New Immigrants

Canada to Welcome over 1 Million New Immigrants

Plans to increase the nation’s population, for the next 3 years, by addition of a million new permanent immigrants, have been made by Canada’s Parliament. This increase is nearly one percent of the yearly population in the country. In 2017, more than 286, 000 permanent residents were welcomed in the country, and it is projected […]

Canada’s Looming Federal Election could put Immigration in the Spotlight

Canada’s Looming Federal Election could put Immigration in the Spotlight

This year will be an important year for Canada as this year’s fall will witness an election to usher in a new government at the central level. And as a result, immigration is expected to be a central issue for the first time in recent times. On the one hand, Canada’s Liberal government may have […]

Biometric Collection Extended to New Countries by Canada

Biometric Collection Extended to New Countries by Canada

In the latest development, countries in Asia, Asia Pacific, and the Americans have been included in Canada’s biometric collection program for 2019. In-Canada applications are included in this program. It is now mandatory for people applying from these countries to submit biometrics for their applications for study or work permit, visitors visa as well as […]

Fear Drives Tech Immigrants from the US to Canada

Fear Drives Tech Immigrants from the US to Canada

What could make a software developer trade life in California for Toronto? Vikram Ragnekar, an Indian-born tech worker who got his education in the US, was triggered by the restrictions placed on tech immigrants who work in the US with an H-1B visa. The restrictions did not allow them to start a company or go […]

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