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Important Personal Income Tax Information and Tips for 2017, good to know when preparing your Income Tax Return for 2017.
Kindly prepared by Gerry O'Connor - effective Jan. 2018
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Express Entry-linked PNPs off to a strong start in 2018Five provincial Express Entry streams active in January
February 2, 2018 By Stephen Smith And Noah Turner
January was a busy month for Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs, notably those aligned with the federal Express Entry system.
The two Express Entry draws conducted by...
New Brunswick’s Express Entry Labour Market Stream reopens to IT workers and others
UPDATE: The temporary opening of this stream to candidates outlined in this story ended January 31
January 30, 2018 By Stephen Smith And Eman Katem
The Express Entry New Brunswick Labour Market Stream has temporarily reopened to Expressions of...
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Websites falsely promoting a 2018 Canadian Visa Lottery Application: Canadian immigration is not conducted through a lottery system
January 30, 2018 By Stephen Smith
Online posts promoting news of a “Canadian Visa Lottery Application” for 2017/2018 or 2018/2019 are misleading and readers are advised not to interact with...
Are you considering applying for PR with your Canadian spouse? Are you married or common-law? Want to know more? Want to know what a conjugal partnership is?
Join I/CAN and special guests Canadian Visa Specialists for a FREE webinar on Feb 2nd.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ican-spousal-sponsorship-webinar-tickets-42359464298
January 18, 2018 By Stephen Smith, Noah Turner And Eman Katem
Ontario has announced an increased Provincial Nominee Program allocation for 2018 and the opening of its popular Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream, along with seven others.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has been given the green light to nominate 6,600 immigrants...
The federal government's streamlined spousal-sponsorship program was supposed to fast-track the immigration process for the foreign-born husbands and wives of Canadians.
But for a Swedish woman living in Ottawa, the process has been anything but smooth, with her application being sent back not once, but twice. Her immigration lawyer...