Weekly Immigration News Sep 26th-2nd Oct

Weekly Immigration News 26th Sep to 2nd Oct

BC PNP’s largest draw in 2020 invites 450 new immigrants

British Columbia’s latest PNP draw invites 450 candidatesOn September 29, 2020, British Columbia conducted its largest PNP draw in 2020, inviting 450 candidates to apply for a provincial nomination.

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Saskatchewan conducts EOI selection round draw

Saskatchewan conducts EOI selection round draw

Saskatchewan has invited 535 immigration candidates with work experience in any of the 81 in-demand occupations.

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Canada’s call for 74 tech workers in latest BC PNP Tech Pilot

BC PNP Tech Pilot draw invites 74 immigrantsBritish Columbia held a Tech Pilot draw on September 22, 2020, inviting tech workers to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence.

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Manitoba’s new PNP sum up – Good numbers, great news

Manitoba PNP 1089 invites

The report card of Manitoba’s immigration activities has come out with the MPNP report for July and August 2020.

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UK to start 32 new Language test centers around the world

UK to start 32 new Language test centers around the worldThe UK has announced the starting of 32 new ELT centers in various locations around the world. It will serve the requirements of UK visas & immigration.

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Japan takes new steps to let more foreigners into the country

Japan takes new steps to let more foreigners into the countryIn October 2020, Japan will start to implement steps to allow more foreigners enter the country. It will relax the travel restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.

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US Green Card no easy grab, public charge test returns

US Green Card no easy grab, public charge test returnsMaking it harder to get a US Green Card, the Trump administration has reintroduced the public charge wealth test. This will even affect migrants during COVID-19.

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Reduced stay times for aliens in the US, new rules proposed

Stay time in US fixed for aliensFurthering the measures to ensure there’s no misuse of liberal visa policies, the Trump administration has limited the stay time in the country for aliens.

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Visa holders in Australia faces COVID-19, gets cash support

Australian Red Cross help visa holdersAustralian Red Cross has announced financial assistance to certain types of visa holders in Australia facing the hardships of COVID-19 pandemic.

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