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NEWS


   In April of this year, Canadian Immigration Minster Diane Finley revealed that international students wishing to stay in Canada after graduation would have an easier time doing so under the new Post-Graduation Work Permit Program. These new initiatives would make it easier for international graduates from Canadian colleges/ universities to secure work permits. For example, students will no longer need a job offer to apply for a work permit.
   Also, the new rules will allow students to remain in Canada for up to three years after graduation, within which time students can apply to stay permanently after working for one year in a managerial, professional or technical position. The rules also apply to foreign workers falling into these categories.
   A student or temporary worker may, then, sponsor his/her relatives to Canada.
   “This is revolutionary,” posted Kevin Lee, an ex-international student, who had studied in Canada and had to return to Hong Kong after graduation. “We never had this in our time. Canada lost a lot of good people over the years.”
   As part of its bold new initiative, Canada will also add a new immigration class called the Canadian Experience Class, which allow immigration officials to grant points for Canadian work experience. This will complement students’ Canadian educational experience, making it easier for them to qualify for immigrant visas. To think that in the six years between 2001 and 2006, some 1.1 million immigrants arrived in Canada, one can only envision what these new rules could mean for thousands of families around the world seeking a new life and new opportunities in Canada. In 2007, Canada accepted 251,000 immigrants; the projection for 2008 is 240,000 to 265,000. The leading countries of origin in 2007 were China, 13%; India, 12%; and the Philippines, 7%.

Good Move, Canada!

 

 EMPLOYMENT & MIGRATION

 

Top Places to Live in Eastern Canada--Av. Household Income

 

April 18, 2008
Sept. 19/ 08

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Permanent Residence for International   Students, Temp Workers

 

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Family Sponsorship
Visiting Canada
Temporary Workers
Study in Canada
Live-In Caregivers
Provincial Nominees
Business Immigrants
Skilled Workers

Welcome...

A New Place, A New Life
Peace of Mind
 
Peace of Mind

We took the plunge. We sold our home, packed our bags, and headed north. We wanted a new life, a new start and we chose Canada. Both my wife and I work for more than what were making before. We are pleased with our decision. Southern Ontario has a world of opportunities to offer people with young families looking for a positive change. Home prices were reasonable and the sizes perfect for a family of four. What was really astonishing was the friendly of the people here.

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"Canada is a Second Chance at a New Life"

My family and I moved from the United States to Canada in 1999. My parents wanted a new start; they wanted good opportunities for my brother, two sisters, and I; and, they craved a break from their hectic schedules living in New York city. Their destination: Oakville, Ontario.

Just 25 minutes from Downtown Toronto, and an hour from the US border, Oakville straddles the best of east and western Ontario, offering a well-serviced urban center and an irresistible small-town appeal, I think what especially caught  my parents' attention were friendliness of the people, the perfect mixed between business and community and, of course, the access to good public and private schools.

I love it here. The distractions are few; I can focus on my studies; I've made so many new and real friends here; and, I feel a sense of belonging.

Oakville houses about 165,000 residents.
For more information about Oakville, Ontario, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructions for Submitting Documents

 

 

General Steps to Processing
Temp Work PermitS


1. Consultation
2. Credential and resume request
3. Credential Assessment & Review
4. Employment and Job Market Assessment
5. Additional documents requested from client
6. Resume Enhancement and Job Search
7. Employer pledges Job Offer
8. Labor Certification filed
9. Positive Labor Opinion response obtained
10. Documents filed with Immigration
11. CIC issues: Letter, Receipt and File No.
12. Interview, medical and security clearance
13. Immigration issues Positive Response
14. Travel and Housing Search
15. Client travels to Canada

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General Steps to Processing
Temp Work PermitS


1. Consultation
2. Credential and resume request
3. Credential Assessment & Review
4. Employment and Job Market Assessment
5. Additional documents requested from client
6. Resume Enhancement and Job Search
7. Employer pledges Job Offer
8. Labor Certification filed
9. Positive Labor Opinion response obtained
10. Documents filed with Immigration
11. CIC issues: Letter, Receipt and File No.
12. Interview, medical and security clearance
13. Immigration issues Positive Response
14. Travel and Housing Search
15. Client travels to Canada

APPLY NOW ... TELL A FRIEND

Initial Documents to Submit:

Copy of Your Resume
Copies of Diplomas/ Certificates
Licensing / Certification
Identification page of Passport
Copy of Foreign Work Permit /Visa
Bi
rth Certificates (children)
Marriage Certificate
Language Testing

DO NOT SEND ORIGINALS. Email your documents to CANADA@JMED.US, or fax them to: 866 925 5001. Not all of these documents may apply to your situation. For example, Hotel and Restaurant Managers do not require licensing/ certification to work in Canada. However, nurse and civil engineers do.

We treat each applicant's information with the utmost respect and strictest privacy. We do not share your information with any third party. If someone is representing you in the USA or Canada, you must provide written notification giving such a person authorization to access your information.

 

 

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