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The minimum bank balance required for a Canada student visa can vary based on several factors, including the cost of living in the city where you plan to study, your tuition fees, and any financial aid you might be receiving. It’s best to check the official Canadian government website for the most accurate information.

The New Brunswick pilot program is a part of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that allows provinces in Canada to nominate individuals for immigration based on the province’s specific needs. The details of the program for 2023 would be best obtained from the official New Brunswick immigration website.

The requirements for a dentist visa can vary greatly depending on the country. Typically, it would involve proving your qualifications as a dentist, obtaining a job offer or sponsorship from a dental practice in the country where you wish to work, and meeting any language proficiency requirements.

Concurrent H-1B allows an individual to work for multiple H-1B employers at the same time. The second H-1B employer must file a petition for the individual, which does not count towards the annual H-1B cap if the individual is already cap-exempt.

The Global Talent Stream is a part of Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program. It allows certain skilled workers to obtain a work permit within two weeks of applying. The program is designed to help Canadian employers attract top global talent in the technology sector.

The Accelerated Tech Pathway is a fast-track immigration program designed to attract highly skilled foreign tech workers to certain Canadian provinces. The program aims to address labor shortages in the tech sector.

The Prince Edward Island points calculator is a tool used in the evaluation of candidates for the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP). It assesses candidates based on factors like age, language proficiency, education, work experience, and adaptability.


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