International students who pursue permanent resident status through spousal sponsorship face several potential problems. The golden rule: always let your relationship guide your immigration, not your immigration guide your relationship.
A government survey shows where Chinese high school students attend school in Canada and how they do. (Members only until 7/28)
Recent graduates can help fast-track their own immigration through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot by encouraging employers to apply (Members only until 7/24)
Videos, infographics and dedicated operators are part of a new push to explain the Atlantic Immigration Pilot to companies and workers who hope to use it.
Two-year-long battle over Post-Graduation Work Permits denied to students who took online courses.
International students contribute more to Canadian economy than softwood lumber or financial services, says Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen.
A survey mapped the dreams of international students before graduation and the reality one year later. It’s good news.
Premier Stephen McNeil invited her to study in Nova Scotia, but federal immigration officers refused to let her in.
Mentors, coaching and wage subsidies. Nova Scotia recruited 50 international students into a pilot program designed to make them want to stay after graduation. Did it work?
What’s it like to have government officials, schools, mentors and career coaches helping you figure out a life in Canada? These international students found out.