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Must Know Canada Immigration Changes amidst COVID-19

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 24 Jun, 2020 09:36 PM
  • Must Know Canada Immigration Changes amidst COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic there is speculation that some changes might be coming to immigration policies. Whether it be LMIAs, Temporary Foreign Workers, Student Visas or the Express Entry Program that have been a concern for you with the pandemic find out more as Immigration Consultant & Expert Rakesh Sharma of Alliance Immigration answers your questions.

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