Your Forever Home Canada! – Immigration Plan 2017

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Your Forever Home Canada! – Canada’s vision of a free, safe and peaceful country draws migrants from all corners of the world.

Immigration Plan 2017

Since October 31th, 2016, the Government of Canada is maintaining its conservative immigration policy by welcoming 300,000 immigrants in 2017 – primarily, through Economic and Family Sponsorship Programs. The benefits of immigration lie in balancing the effects of a greying nation while strengthening Canada’s economy.

IRCC is prioritizing Economic immigration in 2017 more than ever. Almost all of the increases within Economic immigration were in programs that are aligned with the Express Entry system.

https://www.cicnews.com/2016/10/immigration-plan-2017-canada-increased-immigrants-through-economic-family-sponsorship-programs-108621.html

IRCC – Highlights 2017 – Immigration Levels Plan

IRCC – Notice of October 31, 2016

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KIS Migration offers a multi-lingual full range of Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Consulting Services to help make your Canadian Dream come true.  Its business model of Keeping It Simple is the key to success.

 

Everyone’s path to Canada is unique! KIS Migration assists you on your journey to and from Canada while making the process easy for you. Let KIS Migration help you realize YOUR Canadian Dream!

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