Uber drivers 'are not employees' in Australia

The point system for Australian visa will change from November this year. The new point system offers extra points to singles. Many singles are looking forward to this change.

A migrant who used a fraudulently obtained overseas licence to get an Australian driver's licence has had the approval for his Australian citizenship revoked.

From deathbed, 457 visa holder fights for unpaid wages

Man refused partner visa after partner tells immigration authorities, ‘relationship is over’

How to get a partner visa in Australia?

Visa Application Fee Increases 1 July 2019

Regional Skilled Visas and New Points Test

Immigration and the Budget

New Regional Visas Proposed

Third year for Working Holiday Makers announced

SkillSelect February 2019 Update

Skilled Occupation List Changes March 2019

Most migrant women find more independence, rights in Australia: survey

Changes to the Partner Visas and an Important Message for International Students

Express Entry: Canada invites 4,200 immigration candidates

Canadians see family reunification as biggest priority in 2020

Canada releases new details on how traveller information is collected at the border

How to immigrate to Canada from the Middle East

Canada adds 30 days to international travel restrictions

Saskatchewan invites 570 PNP candidates

Express Entry: CRS drops again in 2nd draw in 24 hours

May 15, 2020

Canada announces major study and work visa change for fall 2020

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Ontario PNP invites 703 Express Entry tech candidates

May 13, 2020

Canada expedites process for temporary workers to start new jobs

May 12, 2020

6 Canadian tech companies hiring amid coronavirus

Canada increases immigration; Australia’s visa intake declines

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PNP still providing pathways to Canadian PR

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Foreign nationals allowed to come to Canada for work despite coronavirus measures

Exempt permit holders and permanent residents can now travel to Canada

Canada updates immigration instructions amid coronavirus response

Second Express Entry draw in five days invites candidates with scores as low as 467

Coronavirus and Canada immigration 2020: What you need to know

Despite coronavirus, Canada needs immigrants

Canada to welcome up to 390,000 immigrants in 2022

How Canadian schools are responding to the growing numbers of international students

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Canada now operates more than 80 economic class immigration programs—the most in its history

Being safe, politically stable, and having a well-developed public health system drove Canada’s quality of life ranking to the top of the Best Countries 2020 list For the fifth year in a row, people from around the world named Canada as the top country for quality of life. Out of the countries surveyed, Canada ranked number one overall for being politically stable, number two for having a good job market, and number four for having a well-developed public education system. Global citizens also ranked Canada high for having a well-developed public health system. The 2020 Best Countries rankings were conducted by U.S. News & World Report. A total of 20,548 people from 36 countries were surveyed on their perceptions of 73 countries. Countries were assessed in nine different categories that were weighted to produce an overall score: • Quality of Life • Entrepreneurship • Adventure • Citizenship • Cultural Influence • Heritage • Movers • Open for Business • Power Canada came in second place overall, falling behind Switzerland, which came in first overall but did not place on top in any one category. In the “Citizenship” category, Canada placed second behind Sweden. Countries that scored high in this section were perceived to care about human rights, the environment, gender equality, and religious freedom. They were also seen as progressive, as respecting property rights, being trustworthy, and having well-distributed political power. In the “Open for Business” category, Canada finished third behind Luxembourg and Switzerland. This category is for countries that are perceived to be “business-friendly”. Countries were assessed based on their level of bureaucracy, manufacturing costs, corruption, tax environment and government practices. Canada ranked high for scoring zero out of 10 for perceived level of corruption and a perfect “10” for transparent government.


Canada rated top country for quality of life in 2020


Why Canada’s immigration system stands above the rest


Prince Edward Island invites 123 Express Entry, Labour Impact, and Business Impact candidates in first 2020 draw

Manitoba issues another 249 invitations to immigration candidates with Expression of Interest profiles

New Brunswick city hosting job fair for immigrants


Express Entry may be an immigration option for royal couple if Meghan were the principal applicant

Processing time for applications to federal Self-Employed Persons Program now down to 22 months

Saskatchewan invites 858 Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates

Growing majority of Canadians reject idea that Canada accepts too many immigrants

New Express Entry draw invites 3,600 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence

‘It’s a big change’: Saskatchewan opens door to more than 200 in-demand professions

Quebec invites 444 foreign workers to apply for permanent selection certificate

Nova Scotia fishes out carpenters from the Express Entry pool

PEI issues new invitations to Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Work Permit candidates in latest draw

Analysis: Solving Canada’s 50-year, $50-billion immigration challenge requires multifaceted action

ANALYSIS: Election unlikely to have major impact on Canada’s immigration system

Canadians will vote for a new government October 21

Ontario led the way in employment gains in August

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Pilot exempting certain family members from lifetime sponsorship ban now in effect

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Nova Scotia billboards aim to ‘set the record straight’ on immigration

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Canada is making it easier for Senegal and Morocco students to come and study

Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto among top 10 most ‘liveable’ cities in the world

Canada’s provinces have held nearly 10 times as many draws as Express Entry this year

Canada wants to diversify international student intake

Could Toronto become the largest tech talent hub in North America?

Quebec continues invitation rounds with second draw from Arrima

Skilled immigrants: Canada is making progress toward gender equality

U.S. immigration policies pushing tech talent to Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador expected to surpass 2022 immigration target this year

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program: Live in The Land of Living Skies

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Alberta invites 471 Express Entry candidates with CRS scores as low as 303 to apply for provincial nomination

British Columbia nominated 3,100 Express Entry candidates in 2018, new report shows

Prince Edward Island invites 135 immigration candidates in new Expression of Interest draw

July 24 Express Entry draw sees another 3,600 candidates invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence


Alberta invites 180 Express Entry candidates to apply for provincial nomination in latest draw

More than 92,000 immigrants admitted to Canada through Express Entry in 2018, year-end report shows


More than 500,000 jobs went unfilled across Canada in first three months of 2019

Canada’s Global Talent Stream: Nearly 24,000 visas granted in 2 years

New Express Entry draw sees cut-off score decrease by 5 points

Recent immigrants reached new employment high in 2018

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Manitoba invites skilled workers and international graduates in June 7 draw

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Immigration to Quebec could reach 52,500 by 2022

Prince Edward Island issues new invitations to immigration candidates in May 16 draw