Colin R. Singer is Managing Partner of investmentimmigration.com and immigration.ca and one of Canada’s foremost senior corporate immigration attorneys. He is recognized as an experienced authority on Canadian immigration matters as well as the international residence-by-investment industry through investmentimmigration.com. He is a licensed immigration lawyer in good standing with a Canadian Law Society during the past 25+ years.

Quebec Extends Deadline to Accept 1900 New Applications for 2018/2019 Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) Until August 31, 2019

Quebec Extends Deadline to Accept New Applications for 2019 Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) Until August 31, 2019

The Quebec government has extended the deadline to submit 1900 new applications under its new Immigrant Investor Program through August 31, 2019, the Quebec immigration ministry (MIDI) has announced. Quebec formally unveiled its new immigrant investor immigration program on July 18, 2018.   Read More Canada Investment Immigration: Quebec Investor To Cost More UAE Candidates…

Now Canada Requires Biometrics From These New Regions

Canada has expanded its biometrics collection program to include countries in Asia, Asia Pacific, and the Americas for 2019.  It will also include in-Canada applications. Applicants from these nations are now required to submit biometrics when applying for a visitor visa, study or work permit, or for permanent residence in Canada.  Benefits of Biometrics Biometrics refers to measurement of…

Here Are Prince Edward Island’s Expression of Interest Draw Dates For 2019

Prince Edward Island’s 2019 draw dates for its Expression of Interest system have been published. The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) will conduct monthly draws throughout the year, beginning on January 17. Prince Edward Island Expression of Interest covers the province’s immigration streams for Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Impact candidates.…

Saskatchewan Immigration Invites 90 Entrepreneur Stream Candidates

Saskatchewan Immigration Invites 90 Entrepreneur Stream Candidates

The first draw of 2019 under Saskatchewan immigration’s popular Entrepreneur Stream category has been conducted. The January 3 draw saw 90 invitations issued to candidates with a lowest score of 115 points through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program stream. The average score was 120 points in the draw, while the highest scoring candidate invited scored…