December 2012

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

News Release — An Immigration Plan that works for Canada: More immigrants who are already working in Canada to be admitted through Canadian Experience Class


The Government of Canada will maintain record levels of immigration to support economic growth in 2013, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.

“Our Government’s number one priority remains economic and job growth,” said Minister Kenney. “Newcomers bring their skills and talents, contribute to our economy and help renew our workforce so that Canada remains competitive on the world stage.”

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)’s 2012 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration tabled today, CIC plans to admit a total of 240,000 to 265,000 new permanent residents in 2013, for the seventh straight year. This represents the highest sustained level of immigration in Canadian history.

In particular, the 2013 Immigration Levels Plan makes room for the rapid growth in the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). The CEC, which was created in 2008, facilitates the transition from temporary to permanent residence for those with high-skilled work experience in Canada, including international students and temporary foreign workers. Admissions under the CEC have increased from about 2,500 people in 2009 to more than 6,000 in 2011, with more expected this year than ever before. In 2013, CIC intends to accept a record high of up to 10,000 permanent residents through this popular program.

“Immigration plays a vital role in our country’s long-term prosperity,” said Minister Kenney. “Our 2013 Immigration Plan will build on our economic success by bringing in more of the world’s top talent who already have a successful track record in Canada.”

Every year, CIC consults with provinces, territories and public stakeholders across Canada to develop a balanced immigration plan. Besides stakeholder consultations, the Canadian public is invited to participate through online consultations on immigration levels and mix. This year, for the first time in Canadian history, CIC consulted with key Aboriginal groups.

CIC’s 2013 planned admission ranges for other immigration programs will be released in the coming days.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Romanian Translation Services - Ilang, Meaningful Words


The SC International Languages is a Translation Agency based in Bucharest, Romania, that is specialised in translations from EU official languages into Eastern European languages, but not only and that is oriented towards corporations in search of reliable partners in the translation field.

Translation, revising as well as reviewing are performed by skilled linguists and/or specialists. We work only with native linguists, therefore, we can offer support in finding the best solutions for your translation needs.

Since we are aware that the use of CAT tools will considerably reduce your translation costs, all our translators use professional programs (Trados, Wordfast), terminological databases, online dictionaries, as well as domain-specific glossaries.

Last but not least, we kindly invite you to have a look at the atttached presentation of our translation agency. As a short but important notice, our company was awarded a diploma for being the first in 2011 Top Profit Romania Microcompanies (http://www.listafirme.ro/top_2011/diploma_1359950.htm).

Should you need more details about the services and the standard prices for the languages we most frequently work with, please do not hesitate to write us back.

We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation.

Best regards,


Stefania Bercaru
Sales Manager

SC International Languages SRL
E-mail: stefania.bercaru@ilang.eu
Tel.: 0040 722 953 526
0040 735 178 761
Web site: www.ilang.eu 
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