14 Sep New Brunswick will host several online recruitment events
New Brunswick will host several online recruitment events
On September 11, 2020, New Brunswick published the information on three new online events entitled “Living and Working in New Brunswick”. On September 22, the province will host a French only web conference. A representative of the government will answer questions regarding temporary and permanent immigration procedures. On September 29 and October 1, New Brunswick will have two sessions for Skilled Workers planning to immigrate to Canada. The September 29 session will be held in French, while the October 1 – in English. The registration is available only for residents of Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile.
#New_Brunswick, #NBPNP, #Job_fair, #information_session
Licensed Chinese Canadian immigration consultants lobbied the reform of the OINP
On September 8, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) announced amendments to the “Ontario Immigration Law”, specifically to the Employer Job Offer, Master’s, and Ph.D. streams. The program is to adopt a new expression of interest (EOI) system. The All Canada Association of Chinese Immigration Consultants (ACACIC) welcomes and supports this important and wise decision. At the beginning of 2020, ACACIC submitted a joint letter, proposing to abolish the selection of applicants through the method of rushing for spots and have the opportunity to have a face-to-face meeting with the special working group of the Ontario government on February 28. It is believed that this initiative launched by the Ontario Nomination Office can be attributed at least in part to the petition and initiative in February. The services of ACACIC are authorized by the Canadian Immigration Act. The association works with the Canadian government and regulatory agencies to educate and encourage the public to make wise choices when considering immigration issues, hiring consultants, and to stay away from unlicensed immigration advisors.
#Ontario, #OINP, #ACACIC, #immigration_policy
IRCC has updated Work Permit instructions
On September 11, 2020, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has updated work permits-related instructions. The government has included guidance on persons determined by Health Canada to be providing an essential service while in Canada and who may be exempt from work permit. IRCC also added instructions temporarily allowing visitors in Canada to apply for an employer-specific work permit. Other minor updates have been added throughout the instructions to provide further clarity.
#IRCC, #work_in_Canada, #work_permits, #foreign_workers, #COVID_19
Canada issued 25,575 work permits for Humanitarian and Compassionate purposes in 2020
In six months of 2020, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued 25,575 work permits for Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) purposes. These work permits allow several categories of foreign nationals to legally work in Canada. These categories include foreign nationals who have applied for permanent residence on humanitarian and compassionate grounds and whose application has been approved in principle, holders of the Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), and some categories refugees whose claims are being processed and who got permission to work to support themselves by the Immigration and Refugee Board. Last year, Canada issued 63,100 worker permits under H&C.
#TFWP, #IRCC, #work_in_Canada, #work_permits, #foreign_workers, #H&C, #humanitarian_and_compassionate, #TRP