Canada Immigration News

Do you want to know more about what’s going on in the world of immigration to Canada? Follow this page and we will update you on the latest Canadian immigration news.

We cover topics such as,

  • The newest decisions by the Canadian immigration authorities
  • Reports by the federal and provincial governments about immigration
  • Recent policies and procedures that affect immigration applicants
  • Updates about Canadian borders

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Canada will increase deportation recovery fees in 2021 – escorted or unescorted removal costs

Canada intends to increase deportation recovery fees later in 2021. Both how the charge and the amounts have changed significantly.

IRCC introduces an extended open work permit for international students

Based on a new measure by IRCC, international students may receive an 18-month extended open work permit on top of their PGWP.

Canada invites the winners of the parental sponsorship lottery

Canada intends to invite 10,000 parental sponsorship applicants to apply in the next 10 days. Of course, you should have applied earlier.

Canada extends the grace period for restoration of status

Now that Canada has extended the grace period for restoration of status, you could quickly submit your application to avoid a removal order.

Moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021

By moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021, you could eventually become a permanent resident of Canada. However, you need to know the rules.

Study in Canada in 2021: options for international students

If you intend to study in Canada in 2021, please read this article to know your options as COVID-19 has affected the process.

Working in Canada in 2021 as a foreign national

Working in Canada in 2021 won’t be easy for foreign nationals as we are dealing with the after-effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Canada’s family sponsorship programs in 2021

Canada’s family sponsorship programs in 2021 may not be that promising, but there is some glimpse of hope for the sponsors and applicants.

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