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The Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), one of the few remaining Canadian immigration programs operating on a first-come, first-served basis, will have an application intake period this coming June. Following this, another intake period will take place. Both of these intakes will receive up to 5,000 applications from individuals interested in settling in one of Canada’s most vibrant and diverse provinces.
Getting foreign students, temporary workers to stay in Quebec is key to new 5-year plan
When traveling abroad (for any reason; to immigrate or for a holiday) make sure your passport has more than 6-month validity. To ensure that your transitioning smoothly into your new host country don’t end up being burned, make sure to monitor your passport’s validity. But what happens if it will expire while you are abroad?
On 1 August 2010, the Embassy of the Philippines in Ottawa started issuing the state-of-the art ePassport to first-time passport applicants and those renewing their Philippine passports.
Some CIC clients may check the status of their immigration or citizenship application online anytime and anywhere, (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
Visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/my_application/status.asp to check your status.
» by Attorney Colin R. Singer
The right to legislate in the field of immigration in Canada is shared equally between the Federal government and the provinces.
Since the Quebec government acquired exclusive rights to establish its own policies and programs in 1981, all of the provinces and territories have implemented their own immigration programs to select immigrants