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Identifying your NOC code

When immigrating to Canada using your skills and work experience, it is important to identify your correct National Occupational Classification (NOC) code. Your National Occupational Classification Code carries very important information that a visa officer uses to assess your eligibility in coming to Canada as an economic immigrant. Some immigration programs also adds more points … Read More

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

RNIP Program Requirements Before you submit an application for consideration to any of the participating communities, ensure that you have complied with all the IRCC requirements first. IRCC requires each candidate to have the work experience, language skills, proof of funds, education, and an offer of employment. REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE (WITH EXEMPTIONS) You must have … Read More

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