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WATCH: Canada opens up immigration programs to meet targets like never before

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 18 Feb, 2021
  • WATCH: Canada opens up immigration programs to meet targets like never before

WATCH: Canada Immigration pulls a SURPRISING MOVE to achieve its target plan of 401,000 immigrants in 2021, despite the COVID19 pandemic. #canada​ #expressEntry​ #score​ #immigrationlottery​ #immigrationupdates​ #WorkPermit​ #workVisa​ #immigrationRules​ #permanentResident​ #citizenship​.

Find out about the changes made to the popular Express Entry program as well as a new work permit that has been announced for International students with immigration consultant Rakesh Sharma of Alliance Immigration in Surrey.

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