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As of March 2016, eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization), where visa-exempt foreign nationals can fly or transit through Canada is required. Visa exempt foreign nationals Any foreign national who is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident and one who does not normally need a visa to enter Canada is a Visa-exempt foreign national. If…

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The Canadian government is seeking for ways to formulate an easier and more straightforward immigration process for international students in Canada. The Immigration Minister John McCallum states that they want to everything to encourage them as they are the best. With the launch of the Express Entry immigration to Canada has seen many international students…

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Nine children, suspected of crossing the border illegally, were arrested. Their lawyers argued with the aim to get the court to appoint an attorney for the children. A lawsuit was filed challenging the opinion that these young children can proficiently stand for themselves. The lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union along with…

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USCIS will start accepting H-1B applications towards 2017 cap from April 1st. H-1B program is used by U.S based companies to hire international skilled workers with specialized experience in engineering, IT, and science. The cap for 2017 will be 65,000, and the first 20,000 applicants with U.S masters degree will be exempt from this cap.…

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