Canada, celebrating its 150th anniversary on July 1, 2017, is seen as a land of diversity, opportunity, and safety by people across the world. In June 2017, 90 people from 23 different countries began a new chapter in their lives by becoming Canadian citizens. An El Salvador native attending one of the citizenship ceremonies, Flor Read More
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In the past year, more immigrants than ever have made Canada their new home. Over 300,000 immigrants moved to Canada last year, which is more than a 33% increase from the year prior and the highest number since modern recordkeeping began in 1971. This is no surprise to Canadian Visa Expert! Syrian refugees, who began Read More
Canada’s largest universities are experiencing a record number of international students beginning their school year. This steady increase began in 2016, after the United States’ presidential election. In 2007, the University of Toronto had 7,380 international students enrolled, which comprised about 10% of the total students. Today, international students make up approximately 20% of the Read More
As of April 2017, Canada’s population is 36.56 million people, which is based on the latest estimates from the United Nations. The population of the country equals 0.49% of the population on all of Earth and is ranked #38 of all countries by population. The population density of the country is four people per every Read More
The Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) is a Canadian permanent residency visa program for foreign workers whose skills are needed in a particular province or territory in Canada.
When author Kerry Colburn from Michigan began to date a man from Canada, her friends decided that they liked him — just because he was from Canada. They used to tell Colburn that Canadian guys were nice and she was lucky to be dating one. She already knew what a great person he was, stating Read More
Due to its enormous size, Canada makes up nearly two-fifths of the continent of North America, which makes it the 2nd largest country in the world, following Russia. The population of Canada is sparse, with most of the residents living within 125 miles of the border with the United States. The country is known for Read More