Canada’s International Student Program Reforms Update

Introduction: Canada recently reformed its International Student Program, effective January 22, 2024, aiming for sustainable growth and system integrity. Let’s explore these changes and their impact on international students. Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) Requirement within the International Student Program: One significant change is the introduction of the Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) requirement for most new […]

Canada’s 2024 International Student Reforms – Study Permit Caps and work eligiblity Criteria Updates

Date: January 22, 2024 Introduction Welcome to an exploration of transformative changes shaping international education in Canada. In this blog, we delve into the “Canada 2024 Student Reforms,” highlighting pivotal developments. These include study permit caps, ineligible education institutions, eligibility for the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), and eligibility for Spousal Open Work permits for the […]

Refugee Claim in Canada: Guide to Facilities and Support Services

Seeking Refugee Status in Canada: A Comprehensive Guide to Facilities and Support Services While we have represented several in Canada refugee claimants, we considered it essential to compile and share some basic information on facilities available to refugees in Canada. INTRODUCTION Canada is renowned for its inclusive policies, offering refuge to those seeking asylum. If […]

Unlocking Your Canadian Dream: Age Is Just a Number on Your Study Permit Journey!

In your pursuit of the Canadian dream, always keep in mind that “Age is Just a Number.” When aiming for your dream in Canada, know that your age shouldn’t stop you; it’s about seizing opportunities, regardless of your age. Numerous individuals aged 35 to 45 have successfully obtained study permits for Canada, underscoring the fact […]

Overcoming Adversity: A Success Story of Returning to Canada on a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD)

Never shy away of trying all oppurtnities availble to you!! Introduction Life thrown many challenges to our client over the past many years that upend even the best-laid plans. For our client, a Permanent Resident of Canada, circumstances beyond his control led to an unintended departure from Canada and the inability to meet his residency […]

Overcoming Obstacles: A Success Story of Returning to Canada after a Denied Refugee Claim

There should be no setbacks In the world of immigration, refusala are not uncommon. However, individuals with determination, resilience and ability to understand the complex immigration process brings success to them. In this blog post, we will share an inspiring success story of our client who faced a denied refugee claim in Canada however, they […]

The Immigration Process- From Victim to Victor

With Shanum Immigration Services Inc., women who experience domestic violence and gone out of status, find help to remain in Canada on Temporary Residence Permit. There are times when women on visitor visa are faced with a challenge that seems impossible to overcome. Often, Canadians or Permanent Residents bring their newly wed spouses to Canada […]

Express Entry Proof of Funds Updates

Updates on Proof of Funds requirement for Express Entry On May 02, 2023, IRCC has announced an update to the Proof of Funds requirements for Express Entry. This new proof of funds is effective April 25, 2023. Previously emails were sent out to all the representatives and EE profile holders to update Proof of Funds […]

Immigrate through the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP)

Immigrate through the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP) The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship in his Keynote address on March 27, 2023 has announced a new pilot program starting this summer of 2023 which is more focused on Convention Refugees and Refugees abroad class. It’s a pathway that: helps skilled refugees […]

Work Permit Eligibility extended to family of Low Wage Temporary Foreign Workers

Work Permit Eligibility for families of foreign workers extended to Low wage foreign workers Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada On December 2, 2022, The Government of Canada announced that the eligibility for work permits will be extended to family members of low wage temporary foreign workers. This will help in overcoming Canada’s labour shortages by […]

New measures for International Students

Groundbreaking News for International Students in Canada October 07, 2022 At present, International Students are allowed to work for 20 hours a week only. Mr. Sean Fraser, Immigration Minister, announced a breakthrough reform today on October 7, 2022. He explained that Canada is facing historic shortfall of labour that is affecting Canadian Economy across Canada. […]

Parents and Grandparents Program: All you need to know

Wouldn’t it be a dream for you to bring your parents to Canada and create precious memories together? As our parents grow older, they need us, their grownup kids, to take care of them and spend time with them. It is also very crucial for our little ones to spend time with their loving grandparents.  […]

How to Avoid Refusal of Canadian Study Permit Application

Are you applying for a study permit in Canada? Read the blog to learn about the common reasons why a study permit application might get refused and avoid making these mistakes.  It is a dream of many to study in Canada. Every year thousands of applications are submitted seeking study permits. However, receiving an acceptance […]

How to Work in Canada after You Graduate

All you need to know about Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP)   The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program or PGWP is a program that allows graduates to work in Canada who are temporary residents. To be eligible for this program, the applicant has to graduate from eligible Canadian designated learning institutions (DLIs) and fulfill some eligibility […]

New Update in Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and what it means for you

A Labour Market Impact Assessment or LMIA is a very crucial document that allows employers in Canada to hire foreign workers. When an employer needs someone to fill out a job position, they are encouraged to hire someone from within Canada who is allowed to work legally. In some cases, an employer might experience the […]

IRCC 2022-2024 Immigration Levels Plan

At present, Canada is welcoming newcomers more than ever. In 2021, Canada granted permanent residency to more than 405,000 newcomers. This is the most immigrants in a single year in Canada’s history.    The contribution to the economy by newcomers is highly valued in Canada. During the critical time of the pandemic, the immigrant population […]

Sponsorship Appeal Process in Canada

What is the Sponsorship Appeal Process in Canada So you have submitted a Sponsorship application for your spouse or common-law partner, or other family members. A few months later you receive the information that the Sponsorship Application has been refused.  However, that always doesn’t mean the end of the world. There are options to appeal […]

Canada Spousal Sponsorship 2022

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Spousal Sponsorship in Canada You might be wondering, how do I bring my wife to Canada? Or, can I sponsor my common-law partner, or what is even a conjugal partner? You might have some common questions about this topic and the answer to those questions might be – […]

Alberta lifting restrictions on hiring new temporary foreign workers

Today, the provincial government announced that it is lifting restrictions on hiring new temporary foreign workers to help employers better meet their workforce needs. As of May 1, Alberta will remove all occupations identified on the ‘refusal to process’ list, including a number of food service-related positions including chefs, cooks, and hosts/hostesses. With this change, […]

Ottawa, August 28, 2020

International Students studying online from abroad due to travel restrictions COVID 19 There are number of International students who have received their study permits but due to travel restrictions and online delivery of instruction. There is a uncertainty about the eligibility for PGWP after studies completion which IRCC recognizes and introduced 3 new measures on […]

Ottawa, August 27, 2020

International Students studying online from abroad due to travel restrictions COVID 19 There are number of International students who have received their study permits but due to travel restrictions and online delivery of instruction. There is a uncertainty about the eligibility for PGWP after studies completion which IRCC recognizes and introduced 3 new measures on […]

Ottawa, August 26, 2020

International Students studying online from abroad due to travel restrictions COVID 19 There are number of International students who have received their study permits but due to travel restrictions and online delivery of instruction. There is a uncertainty about the eligibility for PGWP after studies completion which IRCC recognizes and introduced 3 new measures on […]

Canada’s International Student Program Reforms Update

Introduction: Canada recently reformed its International Student Program, effective January 22, 2024, aiming for sustainable growth and system integrity. Let’s explore these changes and their impact on international students. Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) Requirement within the International Student Program: One significant change is the introduction of the Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) requirement for most new […]

Canada’s 2024 International Student Reforms – Study Permit Caps and work eligiblity Criteria Updates

Date: January 22, 2024 Introduction Welcome to an exploration of transformative changes shaping international education in Canada. In this blog, we delve into the “Canada 2024 Student Reforms,” highlighting pivotal developments. These include study permit caps, ineligible education institutions, eligibility for the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), and eligibility for Spousal Open Work permits for the […]

Refugee Claim in Canada: Guide to Facilities and Support Services

Seeking Refugee Status in Canada: A Comprehensive Guide to Facilities and Support Services While we have represented several in Canada refugee claimants, we considered it essential to compile and share some basic information on facilities available to refugees in Canada. INTRODUCTION Canada is renowned for its inclusive policies, offering refuge to those seeking asylum. If […]

Unlocking Your Canadian Dream: Age Is Just a Number on Your Study Permit Journey!

In your pursuit of the Canadian dream, always keep in mind that “Age is Just a Number.” When aiming for your dream in Canada, know that your age shouldn’t stop you; it’s about seizing opportunities, regardless of your age. Numerous individuals aged 35 to 45 have successfully obtained study permits for Canada, underscoring the fact […]

Overcoming Adversity: A Success Story of Returning to Canada on a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD)

Never shy away of trying all oppurtnities availble to you!! Introduction Life thrown many challenges to our client over the past many years that upend even the best-laid plans. For our client, a Permanent Resident of Canada, circumstances beyond his control led to an unintended departure from Canada and the inability to meet his residency […]

Overcoming Obstacles: A Success Story of Returning to Canada after a Denied Refugee Claim

There should be no setbacks In the world of immigration, refusala are not uncommon. However, individuals with determination, resilience and ability to understand the complex immigration process brings success to them. In this blog post, we will share an inspiring success story of our client who faced a denied refugee claim in Canada however, they […]

The Immigration Process- From Victim to Victor

With Shanum Immigration Services Inc., women who experience domestic violence and gone out of status, find help to remain in Canada on Temporary Residence Permit. There are times when women on visitor visa are faced with a challenge that seems impossible to overcome. Often, Canadians or Permanent Residents bring their newly wed spouses to Canada […]

Express Entry Proof of Funds Updates

Updates on Proof of Funds requirement for Express Entry On May 02, 2023, IRCC has announced an update to the Proof of Funds requirements for Express Entry. This new proof of funds is effective April 25, 2023. Previously emails were sent out to all the representatives and EE profile holders to update Proof of Funds […]

Immigrate through the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP)

Immigrate through the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP) The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship in his Keynote address on March 27, 2023 has announced a new pilot program starting this summer of 2023 which is more focused on Convention Refugees and Refugees abroad class. It’s a pathway that: helps skilled refugees […]

Work Permit Eligibility extended to family of Low Wage Temporary Foreign Workers

Work Permit Eligibility for families of foreign workers extended to Low wage foreign workers Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada On December 2, 2022, The Government of Canada announced that the eligibility for work permits will be extended to family members of low wage temporary foreign workers. This will help in overcoming Canada’s labour shortages by […]