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This news was obtained from www.cicnews.com Emails have been sent out from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) inviting applicants to apply to sponsor parents or grandparents as part of the 2023 intake of the Parents and Grandparents Program. If you have received an email, you and the parents and grandparents you want to sponsor mustDecember 6, 2023
This news was obtained from www.cicnews.com The demand for sponsoring parents and grandparents significantly exceeds Canada’s available admission targets. This is revealed in an internal Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) memo recently obtained by CIC News. Before the pandemic, IRCC would typically receive interest to sponsor submissions each year, randomize the submission and then selectDecember 6, 2023
This news was obtained from www.cicnews.com A new by-law amending Quebec’s immigration regulations comes into effect today. The alterations are made up of several new measures and policy changes that impact multiple Quebec immigration streams. Read on to learn more about these updates, and how they may impact you. New Economic pilot streams now open QuebecDecember 6, 2023
This news was obtained from www.cicnews.com Ontario is boosting the minimum wage of early childhood educators (ECE) in most licensed child-care centres to $23.86 an hour next year, up from the planned increase of $20. The province hopes the increase will ease shortages that are hindering the growth of the national $10-a-day program. Advocates have saidDecember 6, 2023