Canadian Immigration News

Canadian Immigration News
New Brunswick Notifies Applicants of Processing Delays in its Provincial Nominee Program
The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) is experiencing delays in the processing of applications. The delays are attributed to a “significant number of applications,” the province explained on its website.

The update added that the program continues “to prioritize applications from individuals who are working in New Brunswick or have a local job offer.” Applicants who have an application currently in process are urged not to contact the province regarding the status of their application. Such inquiries will not be answered and will increase delays, the province explains. Finally, the update stated that all applicants would receive communication from the NBPNP once a decision is made on their application, although no time frame was given for this communication.

The NBPNP includes the Express Entry Labour Market Stream (EELMS), the Skilled Worker with Family Support Stream, the Skilled Worker with Employer Support Stream, and the Business Applicants Stream (currently paused). The processing delays appear to apply to all these streams. Eligible individuals in the Express Entry pool may submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) under the EELMS, if they are also eligible for this stream. Successful applicants under this stream receive an enhanced provincial nomination certificate, and consequently an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence in a subsequent draw from the pool.

Denmark Alienating its much needed work force

There has been a long going debate about Denmark coming up with tighter and strict rules for the foreign work force. The changes in the policies and the requirements just to live in Denmark are so tough that only a fraction of foreigners are able to get the Permanent Residence.  Read the following article about that.

https://www.thelocal.dk/20161014/denmark-is-shooting-itself-in-the-foot-with-treatment-of-foreign-workers

 

Changes for Students applying for Permanent Residence in Denmark

New danish Govt. has decided not to count the study period towards the tenure required for applying for PR. In past the students who have studied full time for 5 years in Denmark can apply for PR on the basis of their Danish education and time spent in Denmark during studies. Now the time students study shall not be counted as the time requirement for stay in Denmark for PR. The students can finish their education, find a job and start their journey towards PR following either the controvertial Green Card Scheme or The Pay Limit Scheme. The complete details can be followed under the following link published in the local and copenhagen post.

 

http://www.thelocal.dk/

Free Education for All

Studies at almost all German universities are free of cost now.

German universities have a quite good network with universities all over the world. Every year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad and spend some time in a different country, studying and living. This should be the same way for international students. Because of this, German universities and technical colleges try to provide enough university places for international students and they also make efforts to support them in many other questions concerning the time abroad. Source link http://www.studying-in-germany.org/why-study-in-germany/

To get further information about study in Germany and help with admission you can always get our free advise.

New Visa Procedures for INTERCOLLEGE – SPRING 2015 ADMISSIONS‏

New Visa Procedures & Discounted Fees

Under the new visa regulations, all student visas are issued in Cyprus and NO VISA INTERVIEW is required.  Students must have achieved a minimum 50% average overall grade on their Senior School Leaving Certificate and minimum 50% average on their English subject grade.

Last Dates 
We are accepting new international applications for the Spring 2015 Semester which will commence on February 2nd 2015.  The tentative application deadline is December 5th 2014.