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20 November, 2017

Changes To The Manitoba Investor Immigration Program

Marwa Badra – Pace Immigration: The province of Manitoba has announced immediate changes to its Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program-Business (MBNP) stream. It will be now be known as the Business Investment Stream (BIS). It has been split into an Entrepreneur Pathway and a Farm Investor Pathway. I will concentrate on …

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16 November, 2017

Changes to the Manitoba Immigrant Investor Program

The province of Manitoba has announced immediate changes to its Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program-Business (MBNP) stream. It will be now be known as the Business Investment Stream (BIS). It has been split into an Entrepreneur Pathway and a Farm Investor Pathway. We will concentrate on the Entrepreneur Pathway here. From …

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20 October, 2017

Canadian Immigration Has A Communication Problem

Jim Metcalfe – Pace Immigration: Recent circumstances have caused me to question the common sense of some officials in the Canadian immigration apparatus: We recently filed an application under the Express Entry program for a family that included three dependent children. In the stack of forms that need to be …

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5 October, 2017

New Canadian Citizenship Rules

New citizenship rules have been announced by the Canadian government: As part of the Government of Canada’s commitment to provide greater flexibility in meeting requirements for those who wish to obtain Canadian citizenship, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced today a significant milestone in implementing …

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4 October, 2017

Changes To Canadian Citizenship Rules

From the government’s website: The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced today that changes to the Citizenship Act through the adoption of Bill C-6 will be effective October 11, 2017. As part of the Government of Canada’s commitment to provide greater flexibility in meeting requirements for those who …

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28 September, 2017

Trump’s Latest Travel Restrictions

Andy Semotiuk – Pace Immigration: President Donald Trump announced new restrictions on travel to the United States on September 24th, 2017. The new rules include broadening of the number of countries to be affected by his travel ban to include citizens of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen — …

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23 September, 2017

Spousal Sponsorship To The USA

Andy Semotiuk – Pace Immigration: An American and a foreigner meet.  They date, fall in love and marry. Now they want to live together. Or while still dating, they plan to get married and settle in the United States.  This goal, to live together in the United States, requires a …

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15 August, 2017

Illegal Migrants At The Canadian Border

Andy Semotiuk – Pace Immigration: President Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigrants in the United States is having unforeseen consequences for Canada. The flood of recent illegal migrants crossing the Canadian border from the U. S. is unprecedented. Originally from Mexico, from Honduras, from El Salvadore, they come. Somalis with criminal records, Haitians fleeing expected …

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14 August, 2017

Antigua Citizenship By Investment Program – Changes

The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda has approved the following changes to the program: Government Processing Fees The processing fees are being reduced accordingly: – NDF Option: US$25,000 for a family of up to four persons, plus US$15,000 for each additional dependent. – Real Estate or Business Investment: US$50,000 for …

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7 August, 2017

Canada’s Growing Refugee Crisis

Jim Metcalfe – Pace Immigration: Earlier this year, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale visited Emerson, Manitoba, to look at the border situation there. Migrants – as well as some bona fide refugees – were coming over the US/Manitoba border to claim asylum. While in the US, these asylum-seekers had either …

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