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“come to Canada”- Mendicino after U.S. ban immigration


Temporary visas and International Students are about get a good chance in Canada

"Come to Canada" message by Canada's immigration minister Marco Mendicino that clearly clarifies Canada is ready for immigrants, temporary foreign workers and international students.

In order to bring Canada's economy in good track he said-

"We have a plan in place that looks to leverage the best and the brightest from around the world. We’ve got pathways like the Express Entry program, and the Global Talent Stream, which will help to bring entrepreneurs, engineers, and innovators. We’ve also got pathways for manual laborers and skilled laborers."

Trump’s administration on Monday extended its ban on green cards issued outside the U.S. for the remainder of 2020, also freezing the issuance of H-1B, H-2B, J-1 and L-1 visas in the process.

During this pandemic situation Canada continues to welcome candidates through Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and PR.

Recently they exempted a huge number of temporary foreign workers through temporary visa pathways.
Canada certainly have no targets in place for temporary foreign workers and international students.

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For any assistance contact us +1-306-500-1704 or mail us at info@greentechresources.ca

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