Monthly Archives: February 2017

Canada Home to Three of the Best Cities in the World for Students

Canada Home to Three of the Best Cities in the World for Students Montreal, home to more than 30 universities and colleges, has been identified by QS Rankings as the best city in the world for students in 2017. Two … Continue reading

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Government Invests in Higher Education in Ontario

Government Invests in Higher Education in Ontario The first weeks of January saw an influx of government funding to several higher education institutions, setting a promising precedent for #2017. Colleges and universities in #Canada receive funding from a variety of … Continue reading

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Schengen Visa Application Requirements, Guidelines for Indian Passport Holders

Schengen Visa Application Requirements, Guidelines for Indian Passport Holders Schengen Visa is one special kind of tourist visa that enables either transit through or an intended stay within the territory of the Schengen Member States for the duration of maximum … Continue reading

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BC Conducts Second PNP Draw in Less Than a week

BC Conducts Second PNP Draw in Less Than a week British Columbia (BC) has invited another 343 candidates to immigrate to the province through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee software (BC PNP) in attracts that befell on February 23. This … Continue reading

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New Zealand is Haven for International Students

New Zealand is Haven for International Students People of most countries need a Visa for New Zealand even if they are going to visit that country on a holiday. Exempted, however, are citizens or permanent residents of Australia or a … Continue reading

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Immigrate to Canada: Canadians tolerant or intolerant, Trump’s Maniac Policies affect Canadian Mindset

Immigration To Canada: Are Canadians Tolerant Or Intolerant? Would Trump’s Maniac Policies affect Canadian Mindset? Canada has always been a welcoming hand in accepting refugees from war drew countries and immigrants from around the world providing great job and residing … Continue reading

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Canada Opens Up Sanctuary Cities for Undocumented Immigrants in the USA

Canada Opens Up Sanctuary Cities for Undocumented Immigrants in the USA Donald Trump’s changes in Immigration rules have already created a sense of uncertainty among undocumented migrants in the USA. And this uncertainty has given the opportunity to a number … Continue reading

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CRS Requirement Dips to 441 on February 22 Express Entry Draw

CRS Requirement Dips to 441 on February 22 Express Entry Draw The range of comprehensive rating gadget (CRS) points required by means of candidates in Canada’s express access immigration choice device to acquire an invite to use (ITA) continues to … Continue reading

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New Zealand Resident Criteria

New Zealand Resident Criteria New Zealand is an incredible country to visit, live, work and study. New Zealand is desperate to invite skilled people to grow the economy of that country. If New Zealand has to invite you first we … Continue reading

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Police Certificates for Immigration Canada

Police Certificates for Immigration Canada When a person applies for Canadian citizenship or permanent residence, they must obtain a police certificate – sometimes known as a background check or police clearance. There are no exceptions to this rule. The government … Continue reading

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