Creating an IRCC account
In this video, Stefanie takes Waterloo students through setting up a GCKey and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) account. This account is used to apply for many immigration documents for Canada. To learn more about the Student Success Office’s services for international students, register for a workshop, or to book an advising appointment, visit https://ift.tt/2EM1FDH ________________ Please note: International Student Advising is a free service provided by the Student Success Office for current University of Waterloo students. All of our advisors are Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants. International Student Advisors do not submit your application for you but are available to meet with students for a consultation. The Government of Canada website, regulations, application requirements and forms can change without notice. It is the viewer’s responsibility as the applicant to understand their current documents, to be submitting the correct application and a complete application, and to answer the application questions accurately as they relate to their individual circumstances. This video is for educational purposes only. Application approval is solely determined by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and is not guaranteed by the University of Waterloo. If you have any concerns about your application as a Waterloo student, please consult with an International Student Advisor. ________________ Follow the Student Success Office: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/uwaterloolife Instagram https://ift.tt/2Tt3Vde Facebook! https://ift.tt/1Mehbms
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Liked on YouTube: Caregivers propose new federal immigration status program for overseas workers in Canada
Caregivers propose new federal immigration status program for overseas workers in Canada
Caregiver organizations across Canada have crafted a new federal caregiver program that will give landed status to caregivers and their families as soon as they arrive in Canada.
via YouTube https://youtu.be/ubjCA8Cglec
Panel on Canada’s Live-in Caregiver Program
Panel discussion at the York Centre for Asian Research at York University on Dec. 9, 2014, titled “Assessing the Changes to the Live-in Caregiver Program: Improving Security or Deepening Precariousness?” Panellists discussed changes to Canada’s caregiver program, announced by Chris Alexander, minister for citizenship and immigration, in October 2014. These changes created new categories and conditions for the granting of permanent residence and removed the requirement for caregivers to “live-in.” Some have welcomed at least some of the changes, but many caregiver advocates see the revised program as highly problematic. The panel, chaired by Professor Philip Kelly (director, York Centre for Asian Research), features prominent lawyers and advocates working with live-in caregivers in Toronto: Pura Velasco, former domestic worker, Caregivers Action Centre; Fay Faraday, lawyer, Packer Chair in Social Justice at York University and visiting professor at Osgoode Hall Law School; Avvy Go, director, Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic; Deanna Santos, founder, Santos Law Office, Markham; and Petronila Cleto, Gabriela Ontario.
via YouTube https://youtu.be/-yKlK__4bLc