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Express Entry Applicant in Limbo Disappointed by IRCC Response to Concerns

Desperate to see some progress in his immigration process, Eddie Song demanded to know why his Express Entry application was at a standstill for over a year. NCM approached the IRCC with his concerns, but the government’s response was less than reassuring.

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Permanent residence applications, refugees, healthcare workers, COVID-19, frontline workers, canada, immgration

Refugees Working in Healthcare Get a Leg Up

In appreciation of the work done by healthcare workers who are seeking asylum, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino is delivering on his promise to open permanent residency applications to refugees in the healthcare sector.

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Civil Liberties Association urges Hussen to Help Iranians get Permanent Residency

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association is urging Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen to help Iranians who have reported painfully long wait times to become permanent residents. “I am writing about public reports of systemic discrimination by…

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Scores of Iranians living in Canada Decry Lengthy Wait Times for Permanent Residency

Iranian nationals say they’re enduring painfully long wait times to become permanent residents and citizens in Canada and believe they are being treated unfairly. Iranians who have lived and studied in Canada for years have…

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Research Watch #8: The Same Canada?

Members of visible-minority groups have a stronger sense of loyalty to federal government than provincial government, reports a new study from the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP). This is particularly true of first-generation…

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Despite System’s Flaws, More International Students Coming to Ontario

Over half the population of international students in Ontario are deciding to stay put after graduating, and it’s for a good reason. A recent study titled International Students in the Ontario Postsecondary System and Beyond,…

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