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  • What is my NOC Code for Canada?
    Posted on August 10, 2020
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    NOC here stands for National Occupational Classification [NOC]. The NOC is used by the Government of Canada for the purposes of classifying occupational information based on statistical surveys. Each of the occupations are classified into a unique 4-digit code, referred to as the NOC Code for that particular occupation. The NOC is used by Canada… Read More »

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    The OECD is a group of 34 member countries that develops economic and social policies. A unique feature of OECD countries is that they attract some of the most highly-skilled immigrants. The fact is these OECD countries are increasingly competing with each other to attract and retain highly talented workers by making their migration policies… Read More »

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  • So, are you ready to study in the UK? You must already be knowing how the distinguished UK is for international students who seek world-class education and ample opportunities to begin a career. To study abroad, the UK has many top-ranked universities and institutions, reputed for their fine academic legacy and impeccable quality of education.… Read More »

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    Among Asian countries that are distinguished as renowned places for work opportunities, Singapore has a special place. This progressive country is a well-known destination for skilled and qualified. If you are a graduate in any of the many in-demand fields in Singapore, you must plan to migrate to Singapore. Singapore is a strong economy and… Read More »

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    After the decision of Britain to leave the European Union (EU) in January 2020, Britain has realized that it needs to attract talented people to help in its development. To facilitate this process, the Global Talent Visa category was created to replace the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. The Global Talent Visa has two categories:… Read More »

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    Located in southern Manitoba, Altona/Rhineland is one of the communities participating in Canada’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot [RNIP]. While initially scheduled for a March 2020 launch, the RNIP was launched on May 15, 2020. The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot will run from May 15, 2020, to May 14, 2023. The Rural and Northern Immigration… Read More »

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