ImmigrationDirect.ca|Simplifying Immigration|ImmigrationDirect.ca is not affiliated with the Canadian Government or any Government Agency.

Month: March 2015

Canada Experiences Dramatic Drop In New Citizens

A new report reveals that the number of new immigrants to Canada who went on to become citizens declined dramatically in the new millennium. The new study by Canada’s former citizenship director-general Andrew Griffiths finds that the percentage of Canadian immigrants who became citizens declined from 79 percent to only 26 percent during the period …

Canada Experiences Dramatic Drop In New CitizensRead More »

New Law Would Give Canadian Immigration Officials Access To Personal Data

A proposed new Canadian law would give the country’s immigration officials access to personal information of permanent residents and citizens that is garnered from other government agencies. The law, which would allow officials from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to share information from other government agencies, is intended to help CIC enforce Canada’s immigration laws. …

New Law Would Give Canadian Immigration Officials Access To Personal DataRead More »

More Canadian Immigrants Choosing To Live Out West

A major shift in immigration patterns has been occurring in Canada in recent years, with a growing number of immigrants choosing to live in less populated areas of Western Canada. A recently released study of immigration by Statistics Canada confirms that the booming energy sector in Western Canada has attracted a growing percentage of Canada’s new …

More Canadian Immigrants Choosing To Live Out WestRead More »

Some Canadian Refugees Pay More Taxes Than Wealthy Investor Immigrants

Refugees living in Canada who have arrived in the country over the last three decades have paid more in Canadian taxes than millionaire immigrant investors admitted under an immigration program that was cancelled last year. Additionally, under the now defunct Immigrant Investor Program, few rich immigrant investors actually resided in Canada; those wealthy immigrants who did …

Some Canadian Refugees Pay More Taxes Than Wealthy Investor ImmigrantsRead More »

Goto Top