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Canada still processing visa, eTA, study, and immigration applications

IRCC will do its best to process study permit applications in time for the fall 2020 registration cycle   Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) says it will continue to process visa and electronic travel authorization (eTA) applications for those who are exempt from travel restrictions, with a particular focus on temporary foreign worker applications related to essential medical services and food supply chain services.   In an announcement made on April 10, 2020, IRCC also stated that study permit applications will continue to be processed “to the extent possible” ahead of the fall academic term. Study permit applicants now have 90 days instead of the usual 30 days to provide biometric data. Many visa application centers that provide this service are temporarily closed, as a special measure, due to the coronavirus pandemic.   Only students with a study permit issued before travel restrictions took effect on March 18, 2020, are currently allowed to come to Canada.   Applications for permanent residence continue to be processed as well. However, only permanent residents who have been approved before March 16, 2020, can come to Canada at the moment.   Current travel restrictions have caused the suspension of processing of non-essential visitor visa applications, which IRCC said will allow resources to be reallocated and concentrated on essential services.   The global spread of COVID-19 has led to the introduction of new immigration measures affecting foreign nationals, particularly temporary foreign workers, their families and international students.  Despite these recent developments, IRCC has announced a significant number of exemptions and has repeatedly stated that it will continue to process applications submitted under its various immigration programs.   Workers, students, and visitors, who qualify for an exemption to travel restrictions, are being asked to apply online. If you want to learn more about processing times of visa applications, kindly visit: https://bit.ly/2xVVu0x   source: cicnews.com Contact us for free consultation ! Admission Hub is a leading education and immigration firm in Toronto. We’ve been helping over 3000+ international students to apply colleges, changing status from visitor to study permit and PR applications. Whatsapp : 647-264-0522


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Canada Emergency Response Benefit (For 2020)

COVID-19 | CERB Have you recently been laid off due to the corona pandemic? Including you, many fellow Canadians are affected by the recent job cuts because of the same. Therefore, the Canadian government has set up a Canada Emergency Response Benefit program to support you during these hard times.         What is the Canada Emergency Response Benefit? The Canadian government has launched a Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) to provide temporary income support to all people who’ve recently lost their job because of COVID-19.  The CERB provides $500 a week for up to 16 weeks to such people. However, there are certain conditions for who can receive the benefit. Eligibility Criteria for CERB The benefit will be available to workers who: Are residing in Canada and are at least 15 years old Have stopped working because of COVID-19 and not voluntarily quit their job Are eligible for Employemnt Insurance regular or sickness benefits; Had income of at least $5,000 in 2019 or in the 12 months prior to the date of their application Are expected to be without employment or self-employment income for at least 14 consecutive days in the initial four-week period. Moreover, for subsequent benefit periods, they expect to have no employment or self-employment income. How to apply? Moreover, for faster and easy delivery payments, the CERB is jointly delivered by Service Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency. Furthermore, you can know more about the benefits here: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/ei/cerb-application/questions.html Additionally, if you have any Immigration needs inside Canada, feel free to reach us here https://europe.admissionhub.com/changing-to-a-study-permit/ Talk to Our Admission Advisor Simran 647-264-0522 Official ADM WhatsApp Admission Hub – Canada’s leading Education & Visa firm Helped 3000+ students | 15 languages | 3 ICCRC immigration consultants | Highly Experienced Team | 35 Team Members Our Consultants are experts of Immigration needs of International students in Canada and will be happy to help you! ICCRC federal visa immigration consultant, immigrants studying abroad are more secure! Contact Us : 647-264-0522 Visit Us Here Connect with Us on Social Media Facebook Youtube Instagram Read More

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Apply for your Second Certificate Course

There are about about 40% international students that come to canada with a 1 year study permit planning to apply for their second course in order to get a 2 to 3 year work permit but unfortunately due high number of applications they are unable to get  a second course, which leads them to getting a 8 month work permit. With a 8 month work-permit, they have to face a lot of instability in their job. All these factors lead to huge problems for their PR application and ultimately failing them to get their Permanent Residence. Due to which, Admission Hub has addressed this problem with local colleges and partnered with them to solve this issue. Our mission is to help international students to get a life changing Canadian experience and connect them with the best universities and colleges. If you need any help, feel free to contact us. Need Help? Let us use our experience to help you stay in Canada. Please fill out the form and we will get back to you shortly. Toronto oFFICE 3 mins walk from Bathrust Subway Station 641 Bloor Street West 2nd floorToronto, ON Open 7 days Canada | Brazil | Taiwan | Mexico| Japan Mon – Friday:9:30 – 20:00Saturday: By AppointmentSunDay: By Appointment Call us 1 (877) 791-4828Toll-Free Number email us info@admhub.ca Sign Document Sign Document