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Ottawa Has No Plans to Challenge Quebec on Investor Immigrants

The federal government is not about to challenge Quebec over its immigration programs, despite British Columbia’s claim its economy is hurt by the French-speaking province’s system. The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP), currently accepting 1900 new applications in 2017 is the source of B.C.’s frustration, as evidence suggests the vast majority of the mainly-Chinese nationals given visas through the scheme end up settling ... Read More »

Canada Growing More Popular for Wealthy Chinese Immigrants

Canada is the second most popular destination for wealthy Chinese citizens who want to emigrate, a new survey has found. The annual Huran Report poll placed Canada above Britain for the first time, while the U.S. remains the favoured country for millionaires from the Far East country. The survey also found that half of the population of China is considering ... Read More »

Wealthy Immigrants to Canada Turning to Temporary Work Visas

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Saskatchewan To Conduct Entrepreneur Immigration Draw On Wednesday, July 19

The Saskatchewan immigration office will conduct the latest draw of the province’s Entrepreneur stream on Wednesday, July 19. Potential business immigration candidates are advised to get their expressions of interest in urgently if they wish to be considered in this draw. The previous Entrepreneur stream draw took place on May 24, 2017, although the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) does ... Read More »

U.S. L 1 Visa: Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager

The U.S. L 1 Visa allows a U.S. company to transfer an executive or manager from a foreign office to a U.S. office for three years. It also allows a foreign company to send an executive or manager to the U.S. for one year for the purpose of setting up a new office. This is not a permanent residence (green ... Read More »