The proof of funds for Express Entry has changed recently. To make sure your Express Entry profile does not get removed from the Express Entry pool, make sure your proof of funds indicated on your profile meet or surpass the proof of fund requirement. Log in to your Express Enty profile now and make changes if necessary. If you received an ITA recently and will be submitting an application, take note that the new proof of requirement applies to you
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By: Maria Andrea De Luna If your spouse, common-law partner, or dependent child is eligible to be sponsored and qualifies for the pilot project, you can apply to sponsor them starting September 9, 2019. All Foreign Nationals when applying to immigrate to Canada are required to declare all family members and these family members must be examined. Failure to have a non-accompanying family member examined results in a lifetime exclusion in being able to sponsor that person under the family
By: Maria Andrea De Luna Overview of the Caregiver’s Program changes since the LICP days. I have provided a general comparative chart of the Caregiver program. Click to see full view of Caregiver Program Comparative Chart
First FB Live Immigration Q and A with Maria Topic: Parents/Grandparents sponsorship/ LMIA's/Caregivers Posted by Maria Andrea De Luna on Friday, January 19, 2018 Click here to visit the link of this Video Do you want to join our weekly Live Immigration Q & A? Follow us on Facebook to get updated schedule of Live sessions.
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If you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident living in Canada who wants to sponsor the following family members living abroad, you have until noon EST on February 1, 2018 to fill out an “Interest to Sponsor” form. On January 2, 2018, the Government of Canada started receiving online submissions from potential sponsors who would like to sponsor their parents or grandparents to become permanent residents of Canada. The current quota for this year is 10,000. After February
OTTAWA—Some families seeking foreign caregivers to look after their children or family members with a disability will be exempt from paying a $1,000 application fee. The federal government published new regulations around hiring foreign caregivers on Wednesday, following through on a budget promise to change a system many felt placed an unfair burden on lower income families. The $1,000 application fee to hire foreign workers had been implemented in 2014 to address abuses in the broader temporary foreign worker program.
Ever since we started live Facebook videos, we have increased our traffic in our office. Within 10 hours from posting this, this video was shared 40 times with over 9.8 thousand views with over 41 thousand people reached. That’s awesome numbers in my books. Would you like to join us for a FREE live Immigration Q & A? Join us on Facebook weekly at https://www.facebook.com/mariaandrea.d.luna We thank Filipino Portal in Canada for these screenshots. Maria De Luna also provides
Chin-chin Evangelista We Thank you miss MDL and your team as well. Thank you for making our dreams and goals come true! We are beyond grateful. Praying that you may help more families like us. More power to you! 😍😘😙😗
On January 4, 2016, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will be opening the Sponsorship Application for Parents/ Grandparents at 8:00 A.M. , Eastern Standard time. Just like the previous years, CIC will be imposing cap on how many applications they will accept. To maximize the chance of getting your application in, you have to make sure that you meet the following guidelines: Applications will only be accepted on or after January 4, 2016 at 8:00 AM. There