Canada Immigration News, June 8, 2020 – Lifting Travel Restrictions, BC PNP Tech Pilot & more!
This segment of Al’s Migration News discusses three new developments in the world of immigration to Canada:
- Lifting travel restrictions for some close family members of Canadians
- The extension of British Columbia PNP Tech Pilot to June 2021
- Processing work permit applications for certain foreign workers without going through biometrics
Al Parsai is a bestseller author, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and an Instructor at Ashton College.
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