Inside and outside Canada applications welcomed! Email resumes to: work@shorelineimmigration.ca

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Congrats to Employer C in Moncton, New Brunswick, on their POSITIVE Labour Market Impact Assessment! Great way to kick off 2023 👏🏻

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To promote Francophone immigration, IRCC has created an exemption from the traditional LMIA which allows eligible foreign nationals to obtain a work permit from a Canadian employer. More info in this month's blog post 🇨🇦 Link in bio

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Enjoyed a lovely holiday with family and friends… This week it’s back to work! Spending the afternoon with @capic_accpi and learning more on the new TEER system 🤓

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… and that’s a wrap 🎁 Our office will be closed beginning December 22 and re-opening January 3. Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season and prosperous new year. See you in 2023!

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Such an honour to be featured in the @crandallu Alumni Magazine! Thank you @crandallu_international for including me in the Canadian immigration conversation 🇨🇦

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‘Tis the season for holiday parties and catching up with friends and family and trying to answer the “what is an immigration consultant?” question 🧐

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Are you an international student wondering if your spouse or partner can work in #Canada? Read this month's blog post to learn more. Link in bio 💻

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It’s been a BIG week of changes in the world of Canadian immigration 🇨🇦 - On November 16, 2022, the 2021 National Occupational Classification (NOC) system has changed to the new TEER system and will alter eligibility criteria for some immigration programs in Canada (most notably Express Entry categories).  Be sure to update your profiles accordingly and if you have received an ITA before November 16, 2022, you must submit your application for PR using NOC 2016. https://noc.esdc.gc.ca/ - From November 15, 2022 until December 31, 2023, international students can work more than 20 hours per week off campus while class is in session if they are eligible. https://www.canada.ca/.../study.../work/work-off-campus.html

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Thank you @crandallu_international for hosting another great Q & A 📚

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In 2014, I had the opportunity to visit the Canadian War Cemetery in Normandy, France. What struck me most were the ages of so many of the fallen soldiers. Some as young as 20 years old who, wanting nothing in return but to live in peace, went halfway across the world and fought for our freedom. Grateful for their sacrifice today and everyday. Lest We Forget.

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Over the past year, I’ve had the absolute privilege of working with clients from over 27 different countries, all in varying stages of their immigration journey. It’s been an honour. Thank you for your trust and confidence.  🇨🇦

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Canada has just released its Immigration Levels Plan 2023-2025. This Plan acts as a guide for the number of immigrants Canada aims to welcome each year. Goals include growing the economy, reuniting families, and offering asylum to refugees fleeing hardship abroad. More details at cicnews.com

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DESIGNATED ✔️✔️✔️ Congrats to Employer G in New Brunswick who has been approved as a Designated Employer under the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) If you’re a local employer looking for information on designation and how to complete the paperwork, please reach out! ☎️

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Happy Diwali  - may you be blessed with happiness and wellbeing to last throughout the year! #Diwali2022

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Spent the day in #Moncton at the Atlantic Transportation & Logistics Show chatting with employers about Canada’s temporary foreign worker program 🚛 Such a great turnout and also HOW do they get these trucks so clean?

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Policy update: From November 15, 2022 until December 31, 2023, international students who are in Canada and have off-campus work authorization on their study permit will be allowed to work over 20 hours per week off-campus while class is in session.

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Find out if you qualify for New Brunswick's PNP priority processing in this month's blog post. Link in bio. #canada #canadaimmigration #canadaimmigrationservices #atlanticcanada #aip #aipp #pnp #skilledworker #workincanada #studyincanada #newbrunswick #novascotia #princeedwardisland

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Today, September 30, is Truth & Reconciliation Day. In its commitment to reconciliation and ensuring the tragic history and ongoing legacy of residential schools is never forgotten, the Government of Canada recently passed legislation to mark this day a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

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Atlantic Canada was hit by #hurricanefiona this weekend damaging homes and businesses, and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of residents 🌬 In true #eastcoast fashion, many neighbours were quick to offer help in clearing trees and debris while businesses provided free wifi and hot coffee ☕️ If you’re in an area that’s been impacted by the storm, drive slowly and carefully, and watch for wires and tree branches. Fingers crossed for power restoration soon 🤞🏻 🇨🇦

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Thinking of activating your #canadianimmigration status at the border? This is for you 🫵🏻

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We break down the basics of flagpoling in our recent blog post! 🇨🇦🇺🇸 #canadaimmigration #immigratetocanada #flagpole #workpermitcanada #studypermitcanada #canadaborder #usaborder #nb #newbrunswick

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Spent an awesome long weekend in #montreal #quebec #canada - looking forward to getting back to the office on Wednesday 🤛🏻 Enjoy the #labourdayweekend everyone 🇨🇦

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APPROVED ✔️ Positive LMIA decision for Employer K in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia! (An official happy dance was performed after this photo was taken)

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Had a great time at the @crandallu_international Community Fair today! Loved meeting the newest cohort of students 📚

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