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Canada’s Updated Post-Graduation Work Permit Policy: Impact on Indian Students

According to a recent update shared by Business Standard, Canada has made significant changes to its Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) program, impacting Indian students studying there. The tweak now allows even those completing one-year master’s programs to qualify for a three-year PGWP. Previously, the duration of PGWPs varied based on the length of the program, often resulting in shorter permits […]

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

Canada’s Remarkable Year: 471,550 New Permanent Residents in 2023 Canada’s commitment to diversity and immigration shines through as it surpasses its targets for welcoming new permanent residents in 2023. Recent statistics released by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reveal a surge in newcomers, highlighting the country’s allure on the global stage. Embracing Diversity: Exceeding Expectations In a noteworthy development, […]

Canada’s Academic Gateway Unveiled: Master the 2024 Study Permit Updates Now!”

🍁 Exciting News Alert! Dive into the latest updates for 2024 on Canada’s study permits. Uncover the secrets, expedited routes, and must-know details for your academic journey in the Great White North. Don’t miss out on this exclusive guide – your key to unlocking the Canadian dream awaits! 🎓✈️ #CanadaStudyPermit #AcademicAdventure” Study Permit Updates 2024, Canada Study Permit Updates 2024. […]

Exploration of Canadian Immigration Trends: Statistics Reveal Over 15% of Immigrants Depart within Two Decades

A recent study conducted by Statistics Canada sheds light on the migration patterns of immigrants who arrived in Canada between 1982 and 2017. The findings reveal that more than 15% of these immigrants chose to leave the country within 20 years of their admission, prompting discussions on immigration policies and integration challenges. The study underscores that the likelihood of immigrants […]