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The Philippines: A Major Source of Immigrants to Canada

Introduction to Filipino Immigration Did you know that the Philippines is the second largest source of immigrants to Canada? This fascinating fact underscores the strong connections and shared histories between the two countries. In this blog post, we will explore the various dimensions of Filipino immigration to Canada, its impact,

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Introducing Our New Addition to the GHV Team!

We are excited to announce that our business is expanding globally, and with this growth comes the addition of new members to the GHV team. We believe that this new addition will bring fresh perspectives and valuable expertise to our organization. Meet MARIA CARIZZA JUILAR Maria Carizza is joining us

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Understanding LMIA: A Crucial Factor in Canadian Work Permits

Understanding LMIA: A Key Factor in Canadian Work Permits LMIA, which stands for Labour Market Impact Assessment, is an essential component of the Canadian work permit process. It is a document issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) that assesses the impact of hiring a foreign worker on the

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Is it Worth Entering the Express Entry Pool with a Low CRS?

Is it Worth Entering the Express Entry Pool with a Low CRS? Many individuals who are considering immigrating to Canada through the Express Entry system often wonder if it is worth entering the pool with a low Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. While having a high CRS score certainly increases

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Canada to Set Annual Targets for Temporary Residents

In a recent development, Canada has announced that it will now establish annual targets for temporary residents, starting in the fall of 2024. This move aligns with the existing practice of setting targets for permanent residents, but with a specific focus on reducing the population of temporary residents by 5%.

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