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How US Immigration Policies Are Impacting Canadian Immigration

How US Immigration Policies Are Impacting Canadian Immigration

Over the past three years, the United States has enacted many policy changes that are leading to decreases in legal immigration. As a result, this is driving many emigrants to a country with more favorable immigration policies, America’s neighbor to the north: Canada. Among these policy changes are those focused on foreign work and entrepreneurial opportunities. This is in large part due to the Presidential initiative, as introduced by Executive Order in April 2017, to “Hire American”.
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How Canadian Immigration Can Make The Canadian Dollar Stronger

How Canadian Immigration Can Make the Canadian Dollar Stronger

Immigration is rapidly becoming a powerful force in Canada. In the third quarter of 2019, the Canadian population grew by 208,234. This growth, from July 1 – Oct 1, 2019, is the first time in history the Canadian population has increased by over 200,000 in a single quarter since such statistics have been captured beginning in 1971. This population increase is largely a result of immigration, which accounts for 83% of the total increase. The remaining 17% is attributed to natural increases; the net difference of births and deaths in the time period.
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Top 5 Tips For A Successful British Columbia Regional Pilot Program Application

Top 5 Tips for a Successful British Columbia Regional Pilot Program Application

On March 14 of this year, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot, a new path to the BC PNP, was launched. The purpose of this regional pilot is to foster economic growth and job creation in less populated regions, referred to as communities under the program, of British Columbia.It aims to more evenly distribute the economic benefits of immigration across the province.
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