An experimental immigration program gives companies and employers the power to pick new immigrants. Students in Atlantic Canada are at the centre of the experiment.
Dozens of former students are facing the end of their Canadian dream after immigration authorities ordered them to leave the country. The students all staged fake marriages to get a permanent resident visa.
Newfoundland has cleared the way for International graduates who want to stay in the island province by eliminating language tests and work experience requirements.
International student enrolment jumped by 18 percent in Canada last year in a trend that surprised both universities and government officials.
Immigration officials rejected almost 2,000 Post-Graduation Work Permit applications last year. Students complain the rules are unclear and sometimes unfair.