The immigration process: a new business?

When it comes to move to another country, people must take into account the expenses that are required in order to follow the process in a legal way. Many countries apply fees to most, if not all, the papers and procedures required in order to be granted a temporary or permanent residence. But can we consider this a new kind of business for governments and people offering consulting services?

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Express Entry: not an easier way to reach Canada

Starting from January 1st of this new year, Citizenship and Immigration Canada launched a new program called “Express Entry/Entrée Express” to provide more opportunities to prospective skilled immigrants.
This program will cover Canadian key economic immigration programs, such as the FSW (Federal Skilled Worker), FST (Federal Skilled Trader), CEC (Canadian Experience Class) and part of the PNP (Provincial Nominee Program).

Since the launch day, 4 days ago, many candidates tried to make their own profile online to be able to participate to this program and “seek an easy way out” with Express Entry, because the name sounds like you can move to Canada in the blink of an eye. Continue reading

Immigrants are stealing our jobs! – Wait a minute, what?

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While discrimination against different ethnicity, languages and religions still keeps being active in many countries of the world, the western society is facing some other kind of discrimination against the immigration phenomenon, especially in the last years of world recession, when unemployment is still high in many corners of the world.  Continue reading