What You Need To Know About Canada’s New Immigration Regulations

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With so much buzz about Canadian Immigration in the news lately I wanted to give the Filipino Nurse community a personal update about the new Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) regulations.

Nurses are not on the new eligible occupations list.

So if you are a nurse and you were waiting to apply under the new FSW program, forget it. It’s time to re-evaluate your options for Canadian Permanent Residence and consider the Quebec Skilled Worker (QSW) program.

Nurses, Quebec still wants you! But for how long, I don’t know.

The Quebec program has always favoured nurses, but the program is up for review this summer and it’s very possible that they will follow the Federal programs’ example and remove nurses from their priority immigration status.

Don’t delay. The time is now.

I can’t say this enough, nurses, the QSW program is your best option to start living a better life in Canada. You don’t need a job offer, there is no money that needs to be shown to the government and you, and your dependent family all receive the rights and benefits that all Canadians receive.

As a Canadian Permanent Resident you can live anywhere in Canada, work in any job you like and stay here for as long as you want. In fact, you can even sponsor your parents to come stay with you on the new super visa for parents and grandparents which allows your relatives up to 10 years of status in Canada!

There are no more excuses, nurses. If you want to come to Canada, I’m telling you, I’ve been telling you, and will continue to tell you, the time is now.

Canada is tightening its regulations for immigrants and if you continue to wait, this opportunity, like all opportunities, could pass you by.

Sincerely,

Renaud Dery,

Canadian Immigration Attorney

[email protected]
www.canadim.com
http://www.facebook.com/canadimlawfirm

With 15 years of experience in the Canadian Immigration field we are now leading experts in this program. Please visit our website to take our free online assessment. Also check us out on our Facebook page to keep you up-to-date on all things Canadian Immigration and find out about our next immigration seminar abroad as well as to see pictures and stories of our many successful clients. Become part of our community, and then let us help you become part of the Canadian community!

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With 15 years of experience in the Canadian Immigration field we are now leading experts in this program. Please visit our website to take our free online assessment and check us out our Facebook page to keep updated and find out about our next immigration seminars abroad as well as to see pictures and the stories of our many successful clients. Become part of our community, and then let us help you become part of the Canadian community!
  • Myleen Grace Uy

    Hi,I am a nurse currently working in Bahrain, how can i start applying for Qeubec skilled Worker program? Please update me with the needed requirements and fees I need to prepare. Thank you and good day : )

    • Hi Mylene,

      Thank you for your message.

      The first step to finding out if it is possible to apply would be to complete our free online assessment using the following link:

      http://www.canadim.com/assessment.html

      Attorney Dery will get back to you shortly with your Canadian Immigration options.
      For government fees the breakdown is as follows:

      Quebec Government Processing Fee due at the time of submission to the Quebec Immigration authorities:
      • $750 CAD – Principal Applicant
      • $156 CAD – Spouse (if you have a spouse)
      • $156 CAD – Any dependent child under the age of 22 (if included on your application)

      Federal Government Processing Fee due at the time of submission of your application to the Federal Immigration Authority:
      • $550 CAD – Principal Applicant
      • $550 CAD – Spouse (if you have a spouse)
      • $150 CAD – Any dependent child under the age of 22 (if included on your application)

      Right of Permanent Resident Fee will be required after your request to undergo medical examinations:
      • $490 CAD – Principal Applicant
      • $490 CAD – Spouse (if you have a spouse)

      For Attorney Fees:

      At Canadim we use a performance-based milestone billing scheme so you only pay for results on your immigration file. Our contract is also a flat rate so you can rest assured you will not have to pay any additional attorney fees other than what is indicated in your service agreement.

      That being said our professional fees vary depending on how many people are included in your application. The reason we do this is to ensure that you only pay for the level of service you require. We endeavor to keep our professional fees as low as possible.

      Please let us know if you have any additional questions and best of luck on your assessment!

      Sincerely,

      The Canadim Team!