New Beginnings Immigration

Guide: Immigrating to Canada as a Psychologist

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Psychologists in Canada are in high demand, driven by mental health needs and shortages in services. A government report highlighted that nearly one in five Canadians above 11 years old require mental health support. The shortage is concerning; even Saskatchewan psychiatrist Dr. Tamara Hinz mentioned the challenge of reorganizing services. The federal job-hunting platform, Job […]

Canada Student Visa Rejection Tips

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During the summer, we receive many inquiries from international students overseas who applied for a study permit and were expecting approval but instead received a rejection letter. It’s important to understand that Canadian student visa rejection is common, and simply being accepted into a Canadian school and having sufficient funds for tuition and expenses is […]

How International Students Can Secure Permanent Residence in the Best Possible Way

How International Students Can Secure Permanent Residence in the Best Possible Way

A brand new opportunity has surfaced, which could make it simpler for international students who have graduated to acquire permanent residence in Canada. This alternative will be available from May 6 through November 5, 2021, or until 40,000 applications are received, whichever happens first. Outlined below are the primary requirements for this program. Stay tuned […]

Is it possible for students to work full-time under IRCC’s public policy?

is it possible for students to work full time under IRCC public policy

IRCC issued a warning on October 7, 2022, about unauthorized work. They announced temporary public policy measures that would allow certain students to work full-time off-campus during their studies. However, this policy did not take effect until November 15, 2022. If you worked full-time between October 7 and November 14, 2022, you likely did so […]

Improve Your Chances of Studying in Canada in 2023

Improve Your Chances of Studying in Canada in 2023

With the pandemic situation improving, students worldwide are eager to resume their studies in Canada. However, the process of obtaining a study permit is a daunting task, with approval rates being around 60%. Approval rates vary based on the country of origin, and you can find out the approval rates by country here. But regardless […]

A Guide to the Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

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Canada has become an attractive destination for many students looking to pursue their education abroad. In 2019 alone, over 640,000 students selected Canada as their preferred destination for their exchange program. The country’s educational institutions are ranked among the best in the world, making Canada a highly desirable location for students seeking high-quality education. Moreover, […]

Guide to Bring Your Children to Study in Canada

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Canada has a unique educational system that varies from province to province, and each province is responsible for its own schools. To bring your children to study in Canada, there are certain conditions that need to be met, and the information shared in this post is the most common practices across the country. One of […]

A Guide to the 5 Best Colleges in Canada for International Students

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Are you considering studying in Canada and looking for college options? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 most popular colleges in Canada for international students. 1 – Centennial College: Centennial College, located in Toronto, is Ontario’s first community college and has been recognized globally as an exemplary teaching institution. With […]

Studying in Canada at 30 or Above? Here are 5 Mistakes To Avoid

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Are you over 30 and interested in studying in Canada? We’ve put together a guide to help you, including 5 common mistakes to avoid. It’s important to note that, depending on your profile, you may or may not qualify for a Canadian immigration program right from your home country. The first step is to book […]

Understanding Co-operative Education: Benefits and Features

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Co-operative education, commonly referred to as Co-op, is a structured educational method that integrates classroom learning with practical work experience. In Canada, it is an essential practical component of some higher education courses. When a course includes a Co-op component, it means that the student has to complete an internship in the relevant field of […]