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When newcomers succeed, we all succeed

BorderPass works with every level of government to promote prosperity through responsible immigration
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BorderPass partners proactively with federal and provincial regulators to ensure that the integration of international students into Canada is a harmonious and beneficial process.

Our patented platform aligns the objectives of IRCC, newcomers, learning institutions, employers, and local communities by helping to ensure that immigration pathways support Canada's economic objectives.

BorderPass analytics reveal insights into the international student experience including housing, regulatory and visa compliance, and employment to faciliatate transparency, mitigate abuse, and promote responsible immigration.

With BorderPass, regulators have a bird's-eye view of the integration process, allowing for informed policymaking that supports sustainable and community-friendly educational immigration.
BorderPass is committed to responsibility and integrity, dedicated to the conscientious integration of international students into Canadian communities. We acknowledge the profound trust placed in us to balance Canada's growth ambitions with the well-being of its communities.

Our patented platform is developed to better align and prepare newcomer skill sets with local resource and infrastructure needs.

It's our commitment to drive the success of every newcomer, promoting collective enrichment and advancement.

Lets see how we can work together

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