Eid Mubarak to All Who Observe

Eid Mubarak to All Who Observe

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  Alpha Consultants are Toronto’s solution for small businesses. We help businesses achieve exponential growth through a combination of strategic marketing initiatives, generating leads and nurturing them and helping them establish a prominent brand presence for themselves. Our consultancy team is trained in all facets, ensuring that your company receives the right advice and marketing strategy to […]

Fall 2024 International Student

Fall 2024 International Student Admissions Open Now….

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We are accepting application from international students for the programs in Business, IT, Healthcare, Finance, Hospitality, Trades. What you need to have? Higher Secondary School Certificate ( Grade 12) or A/O Levels 16 years of Education is an asset. IELTS: Minimum 5.0 Overall Don’t have IELTS, let us know and we will enroll you in an […]

Landed Immigrants

Landed immigrants from Africa and Asia see highest employment rates in Canada

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A recent study by Statistics Canada revealed that landed immigrants from Africa and Asia had the highest employment rates on average, compared to landed immigrants from other regions around the world. Note: “Landed immigrants” (or simply “immigrants”) are technical terms used by Statistics Canada to denote a permanent resident of Canada. Individuals with a temporary status (i.e.: workers on […]

Can I get Canadian PR

Can I get Canadian PR card processed urgently?

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In late November last year, the Toronto Star shed light on a growing concern among new immigrants in Canada surrounding the time it takes to receive their official immigration documents. In particular, the story emphasizes that new immigrants are sometimes stuck in Canada for months after being approved for permanent residence while they await their Permanent Resident cards (PR […]

How TD Bank can help with Increased Cost of Living Requirement for International Students

How TD Bank can help with Increased Cost of Living Requirement for International Students

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As of January 1, 2024, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has raised the cost-of-living financial requirement for single study permit applicant from $10,000 to more than double at $20,635. This is in addition to the first-year tuition fee and travel cost of coming to Canada that an international student has to account for. This […]

New IRCC measures

New IRCC measures will verify international students’ letters of acceptance

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Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has begun to implement the first of its measures to strengthen and maintain the integrity of the international student program in Canada. Specifically, the immigration department has now launched an online portal for Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs)—the only schools in Canada that are authorized to accept international students—to verify letters of acceptance (LOAs) that […]

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Number of study permits processed for Indian students has fallen, applicants from elsewhere are making up the difference

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Newly released data shows that the number of Canadian study permit applications processed for Indian students is down more than 40% since July of this year. Between July and October of 2022, the Canadian government processed almost 146,000 new study permit applications for Indian students. However, across the same period in 2023, the government has processed fewer […]

first week as a permanent resident

Newcomers to Canada are more likely to be in unaffordable housing situations

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A recent study from Statistics Canada found that 1 in 6 newcomers rents their accommodation, and those who have arrived more recently are having a harder time finding affordable housing than immigrants who have been in Canada longer. The study defines unaffordable housing as situations where more than 30% of pre-tax household income is spent on shelter […]

Canada ranks number 1

Canada ranks number 1 as world’s dream work destination

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According to a recent study by the British company Givetastic, Canada stands out as the global frontrunner when it comes to work destinations.   Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration   By analyzing the average monthly search volume for matching term keywords like “jobs” and “work”, and using translation where necessary, Givetastic determined the dream […]