Asylum Seekers in Quebec Moved to other Provinces of Canada

Asylum Seekers in Quebec Moved to other Provinces of Canada

Quebec receives the most number of asylum seekers that enter Canada by crossing the US – Canada border through illegal paths. Quebec has the easiest terrain, unlike Ontario, where you need to travel a lot. However, with the heavy influx of asylum seekers, Quebec is failing at maintaining its resources, leading to a discussion with […]

New Visa Liberalization Agreement Signed by Serbia and Georgia

New Visa Liberalization Agreement Signed by Serbia and Georgia

Citizens of Serbia and Georgia can now travel to the other country without requiring a visa. The agreement was signed by Mikheil Janelidze, foreign minister and vice prime minister of Georgia, and Ivica Dacic, foreign minister of Serbia on March 7, 2018. The Georgian visa prime minister also met Ana Brnabic, prime minister of Serbia, […]

Drastic Increase in Romanian Asylum Seekers in Canada

Drastic Increase in Romanian Asylum Seekers in Canada

The Canadian federal government took off visa restrictions on Romanians in December 2017, and since then 232 people have entered Canada seeking asylum. In 2016, only 120 Romanian citizens had entered Canada as asylum seekers. Immigration critics fear that the number will go on increasing and since the government isn’t equipped to handle it, everything […]

Canadian Government Lifts Visa Requirements for Mexican Citizens

Canadian Government Lifts Visa Requirements for Mexican Citizens

On December 1, 2016, the Canadian government lifts visa requirements for Mexican citizens traveling to the country and is now regretting their action. In 2017, more than 1,500 Mexican citizens have crossed the border and are seeking asylum in Canada, according to the Immigration and Refugee Board. Even though Canada has kept a lot of […]

Scandinavian Countries Inspired by Canadian Immigration Plan

Scandinavian Countries Inspired by Canadian Immigration Plan

Scandinavian countries, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden are worried about handling the increased influx of refugees and immigrants. If you’d know a little bit about political science, you’ll know that these countries for long have been a model for creating policies that other countries follow. Scandinavian policies for economic efficiency, social welfare, equity, public health system, […]

In Canada Citizenship Application Fees Reduced for Minors

In Canada Citizenship Application Fees Reduced for Minors

Canada strongly believes that the youth are the country’s future and are always doing everything possible to make things easier for the youth. Last year, Immigration, Refugee, and Canada Citizenship removed the rule that applicants need to be 18 years or older to apply for citizenship. And now, in February 2018, Ahmed Hussen, immigration minister […]

Burundi Refugees Increase Drastically in Ottawa

Burundi Refugees Increase Drastically in Ottawa

Burundi is a troubled nation, clouded with political persecution and brutal violence. It is like the violence doesn’t seem to stop because starting from 2013 until 2017 (as per the latest reports), around 400 Burundians have claimed refugee status in Canada. And that has chosen Ottawa, Canada’s capital to be their place of residence. 180 […]

Canadian Government Invested $440 Million for Express Entry System

Canadian Government Invested $440 Million for Express Entry System

Canada’s future depends greatly on the federal Express Entry program, and provincial nominee programs and the government doesn’t leave a leaf unturned to ensure that everything happens smoothly. Ahmed Hussen, Canadian Immigration Minister, announced on February 15, 2018, that the federal government had invested CAD 440 million ensure the success of all the programs. The […]

New Changes in Australian Visa in 2018

New Changes in Australian Visa in 2018

The Australian government announced in the Last week that it would increase visa time for foreign pilots since there is a shortage. Australia has finally opened itself to immigration and is inviting highly skilled workforce into the country. One of the most recent advances in the Australian immigration system is the Temporary Skill Shortage visa. […]

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