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News in Brief: Canada visa confusion

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14th February, 2016

Recent changes to Canadian working visas are confusing for Irish workers, according a Dublin-based migration company.

Visa First has been inundated with calls from workers looking for clarification on changes to the working visa application process. Many would-be applicants are unaware the programme is open to them.

“People have been ringing us querying their eligibility and their confusion is unsurprising as this is the third year running the Canadian application process has changed to some...

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