As you plan for and prepare your newcomer journey, you may have many questions about immigration to Canada: What is the best visa option for you to immigrate to Canada? How has the COVID-19 crisis impacted immigration? Will international students get their study permits in time for the September 2020 intake?
In this webinar, immigration lawyers, Hilete Stein (Green & Spiegel, Senior Associate) and Claire MacLean (Green & Spiegel, Associate Lawyer) joined Shikha Bhuchar (Co-founder, Arrive) to discuss immigration options and answer questions from the Arrive newcomer community.
Topics covered include:
- Various immigration options and how to apply.
- How the COVID-19 crisis has impacted immigration to Canada.
- Tips to improve your CRS score and increase your chances for Express Entry.
- What to expect in near future for immigration to Canada.
Watch the webinar to learn more:
Additional immigration resources:
- Express Entry: How to move to Canada as a permanent resident (PR)
- Study Permit: How to move to Canada as an international student
- Student Permit: How to extend your study permit in Canada
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP): How to move to Canada as a permanent resident (PR) in a specific province
- Family Sponsorship: How to sponsor your relatives and family members and enable them to move to Canada a permanent resident (PR)
- Frequently asked immigration questions
Arrive is powered by RBC Ventures Inc, a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada. In collaboration with RBC, Arrive is dedicated to helping newcomers achieve their life, career, and financial goals in Canada.
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RBC supports Arrive, and with a 150-year commitment to newcomer success in Canada, RBC goes the extra mile in support and funding to ensure that the Arrive newcomer platform is FREE to all. Working with RBC, Arrive can help you get your financial life in Canada started – right now.
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