As per subsection 22(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, applicants who have a dual intent to seek status as temporary workers and then eventually as permanent residents must satisfy the officer that they have the ability and willingness to leave Canada at the end of the temporary period authorized under section 183 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations. The applicant must be able to demonstrate that they will have the incentive to depart Canada when their work is complete (e.g., operation of a rib stand at a festival) or the business closes.Read more
Category Archives: Come Temporarily
Beautiful landscapes. A diverse, welcoming culture. A rich, storied history. Canada’s tourism industry truly is world-class. And every day, tour operators, retailers, hoteliers, restaurateurs—many small business owners—welcome thousands of tourists from around the world. It is these hardworking Canadians that give us a welcoming, inclusive and warm reputation for which we are famous. Tourism is a vital part of the […]Read more
Meetings are taking place across Canada, with more being planned, to make sure business and leading employers are ready for the country’s new Express Entry immigration programme which launches in 2015.Read more
Canada and the U.S. announce Trusted Traveller and Trusted Trader enhancements under Beyond the Border Action Plan
The Government of Canada today announced that Canada and the United States (U.S.) are delivering on key Beyond the Border Action Plan commitments related to joint Trusted Traveller and Trusted Trader programs, including the official opening of the eGate pilot project that allows NEXUS members extended expedited passage at the Peace Bridge port of entry in Fort Erie, Ontario.Read more
Cut-off age for immigrant and refugee children will change from 21 to 18 on Aug. 1 as Canada lets economic motives determine immigration policy.Read more
Restaurant owners have launched a court challenge against Ottawa in halting their applications to hire migrant workers and placing them on a blacklist.Read more
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New rules for prospective international students are now in effect (as of June 1, 2014).
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