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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sent two planes full of migrants on September 14 to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, as part of a $12 million program to move migrants out of the Sunshine State.

DeSantis' 2022-23 Freedom First Budget states that the program, which is being run through the Florida Department of Transportation, aims to "facilitate the transport of unauthorized aliens out of Florida."

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Things just got a little easier for international students in Canada and those looking to transition from temporary to permanent resident status in the country.

The IRCC has announced that former students will have the chance to extend their post-graduation work permit (PGWP) or apply for a new one for an additional 18 months.

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Those hoping to make a permanent move to Canada will soon have to account for even more costs, as the government is increasing Canada's permanent residence fees as of April 2022.

On April 5, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada confirmed that those applying for permanent residency will soon have to fork out more money for fees associated with their application.

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New targets have been announced for Canada's immigration plan and the federal government wants to welcome more than 1.3 million newcomers into the country in the next three years.

On February 14, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Sean Fraser tabled the 2022‒2024 Immigration Levels Plan which lays out the government's framework for newcomers to help the Canadian economy recover and stimulate post-pandemic growth.

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Throughout 2021, Canada welcomed the most immigrants it ever has during a single year in its entire history!

It was announced by Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Sean Fraser on December 23 that Canada has now reached its target of welcoming in more than 401,000 new permanent residents this year.

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