Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Archive for: February, 2016

Increased Migrant Populations start to affect Relocations to the UK

UK concerns over increased migrant populations have had two recent effects on relocations to the UK, one which has been proposed and will likely be forthcoming in 2016, the other of which has already been implemented. Immigration: After being commissioned by the UK Government to address concerns about increased non-EU migrants using the Tier 2…

Read More →

The possible effects of Vancouver House Flipping for relocation

On Saturday February 6, the Globe and Mail published an extensive article on the issue of home flipping in the Vancouver market. In it, the Globe investigation further casts suspicion on irregular market forces creating a bubble in the Vancouver housing market. Just as importantly, the article has caught the attention of a Vancouver MLA who is…

Read More →

Flying through Canada is about to get harder. Are you prepared for your business travellers and current work permit holders?

Starting March 15, 2016, visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid Canadian visa issued by a Canadian embassy, consulate, or high commission outside of Canada. eTA is a new entry requirement for all visa-exempt foreign nationals…

Read More →

Back to Top