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Thinking of becoming a citizen of Canada? What are the benefits of citizenship in Canada ? Continue reading to find out more details.

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Do you have papers that need to be "notarized?" This is often requested for documents in order to verify that they are true.

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Now open: Have you heard about the recent Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program’s Expression of Interest system for in-demand skills?

Air Canada
What are some of the first things to do when you arrive in Canada? You may be wondering how to start your life in Canada, especially during the first week.

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Super Visa vs Multiple Entry Visa? Visitors to Canada with a regular visa may visit for up to 6 months. Wish to stay longer, you must file for an extension and pay a fee again.

Family Sponsor
Did you know that you can help your relatives to work, live and study in Canada? You can sponsor your family if you are a permanent resident or Canadian citizen.

Modern architecture of Regina
Have you thought about immigrating to Saskatchewan? This province, located in the middle of Canada, has an economy that is booming.

Father and Daughter Wrapped in Large Canadian Flag
Are you waiting to get your Canadian citizenship ? You’ve left your home country and have learned the ways of your new Canadian home.

Did you hear about new immigration rules
Did you know that, according to 2021 statistics, immigrants who previously held a work permit often report higher wages one year after becoming permanent residents

Newcomers To Canada
We want to share some information with newcomers to our country. This post will also provide information for those who are just thinking of moving to Canada

Couple with dog by lake in Toronto, Canada
To bring your pets to Canada, whether your favorite pet is furry or smooth, there are different requirements for different types of animals.

Provincial healthcare coverage may be available immediately in some of the provinces, while in others, a waiting period of up to three months may be necessary.