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Effective today, January 21, 2021, until July 27, 2021, IRCC will accept applications from PGWP holders for a new work permit subject to them meeting the below requirements:
- Had a PGWP that expired on or after January 30, 2020, or a PGWP that expires within 4 months or less from the date of application;
- currently reside in Canada;
- Have a valid temporary status or be applying to restore the temporary status with this application;
- Have a valid passport.
New work permits issued under this policy will be valid for 18 months, and it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the passport is valid for the duration of the work permit.
Please contact us for assistance with this PGWP application.
Great news for candidates interested in immigrating to Canada but don’t have a job offer!
The province of New Foundland & Labrador have launched their priority skills immigration program for those with at least one year of experience in the following jobs:
Physician, Nurse Practitioner (NP), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Clinical Psychologist, Medical Physicist, Radiation Therapist, Dosimetrist, Software Developer, Biomedical Engineer, UI/UX Developer, Electrical Engineer, AI Developer, Mechanical Engineer, Python Developer, Web Developer, .NET Developer, Infrastructure Engineer, Security Specialist, Cloud Specialist, Bioinformatician, Computer Network Support, Research Associate, Data Analytics, Offshore Technician, ROV Operator, Ocean Mapping Specialist, or Technical Writer.
Interested candidates will have to submit an expression of interest and those with the highest scores, and who have received the most interest from local employers, may receive invitations through Priority Skills, to submit an application to the Provincial Nominee Program without a job offer.
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to assess your eligibility for this program.
As the holiday season approaches, we want to thank all of you that have helped us with where we are today. Happy Holidays and have a wonderful New Year.
I am a Canadian government regulated licensed immigration consultant and am often asked one question. “Why should I pay a consultation fee when everything I need is available online?”
You do not have to, if
– If you are good at analyzing contradictory information lurking in the world wide web related to Canadian immigration and selecting the correct one
– If you can identify the best pathway based on your circumstance to immigrate to Canada
– If you do not mind your applications getting returned due to missing documents or other errors
– If you can religiously follow up with IRCC, especially when you are out of the country, and try and obtain an update on your application status
– If you are proficient in citing the Immigration and Refugees Protection Act and Immigration and Refugees Protection Regulations in support of your application
– If you are adept at using case laws in your submission letters to strengthen your application
– If you can view your file from an IRCC officer’s perspective, identify underlying issues, and resolve them
– If you can build a strong case for your application to try and convince IRCC or the provincial authorities to issue the temporary or permanent visas, or nominations supporting PR
Filling up application forms does not equal immigration consulting and therefore has been intentionally excluded from the above list.
The choice is yours to make. You Google for symptoms, but you do not take Google’s advice and medicate yourself when you are not well. Instead, you go to a professional (doctor) for your medication. Why would you surrender your life-altering decision to anonymous strangers on the internet who have nothing to lose? If you are seeking peace of mind, confidence and wish to save time, go ahead, and call us. We at Alexander Immigration Services Inc. care, and provide the best possible solution to achieve your Canadian dreams!!
We are proud to share that Alexander Immigration Services is the winner of “The Scarborough Mirror” Readers Choice Award 2020 under the best immigration consultant/lawyer category.
This means a lot to us and inspires us to continue providing excellent immigration services to our clients across the globe.
A big thank you to everyone for your support!
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Recently, I was contacted by someone who had lost $9000 to a scammer. Yes! You read it right! This person gave $9000 for a promised job in Canada, which turned out to be fake. The offer given was too good to be true and I know many Canadians, including myself, who would happily take this job offer had it been genuine.
Net Monthly Salary – $8000/- completely tax-free
Work hours – Monday to Friday – 10 am to 5 pm with a one-hour lunch break, weekends off
Annual Vacation – 1 month paid vacation with free flight tickets to a destination of choice anywhere in the world
Medical – Complete insurance including pharmacy bills, dentistry, physiotherapy, etc.
Job designation – Cashier
Location – Toronto, Canada
Language – English or French skills not required
Previous Experience – Not required
Future PR prospect- Eligible to apply for Canadian permanent residence without the IELTS language test after one year of work.
Unscrupulous agents prey on those eager to immigrate to Canada, and it is your responsibility to be careful. While it would be wonderful to land in Canada with a job offer, please remember there are many immigration programs that you may qualify for which a job offer is not mandatory. One can always arrive as a permanent resident and then secure a job in Canada – hundreds of thousands of permanent residents have landed in this manner and have a successful career in Canada.
The Canadian government website advises every individual to apply on their own or work with an authorized immigration representative –a government licensed immigration consultant or immigration lawyer, for your immigration needs. Working with authorized representatives potentially eliminates the threat of fraud and scams in your Canadian immigration application.
It is your Canadian dream, don’t hand it over to fraudsters and scammers. The initial consultation fees you pay an immigration consultant is an investment in your future. For those looking to save on the total consulting fees, Alexander Immigration Services offers a Do It Yourself review of the application you have prepared at a very nominal cost.
Book your consultation today at www.alexanderimmigration.ca