Canada is a country that is facing many shifts and trend alters due to ongoing NAFTA issue pumped by Trump Government or changes taking places in Express Entry invitation quotas, etc. It is therefore really very important for all the aspirants our there to keep themselves updated about latest happening and policy changes that may come up in 2019, thereby effecting your Immigration decisions.
Canada is a promising country for people looking to earn growth in career and personal space. Being a popular immigration destination, Canada attracts thousands of applications every year from immigration hopefuls around the world. Out of these, many people don’t pass through the immigration process, because they think they can do themselves and they won’t meet consulate expectations. The most common reason for this is that the approach of applicants as many generally doesn’t follow the rules as strictly as they should be followed. Consequently, their final application often ends up as misrepresented and gets rejected. IRCC sometimes also put a ban on candidates for furnishing improper and false information for a long period of 5 years.
In the past few years, Canada Immigration authorities have undertaken many new reforms and rules for the mutual benefit of both immigrants and economy of Canada. The IRCC (Immigration refugee and Citizenship Canada) has reduced the time deadline for documentation submission after an ITA (Invitation to Apply) from 90 days to 60 days. This major step was being called in affect from 26th June 2018. This change can be recalled as a positive change for many applicants who direly need more time to make the application perfect and sorted with everything set on their side.
Another change that IRCC initiated previous year is allocation of extra CRS points (Calculate your crs score in 2019) if an applicant gets a valid Job offer letter from Canada. Earlier it used to give 600 points for a job offer in hand. Now, after the change has been in effect, allocation of points differs according to job category. The maximum points (200 points) will be given to people from the management category of jobs, while 50 points as minimum will be given to people from other job categories.
This plan is the first ever multi-year immigration plan of the country. It mainly focuses on skilled immigration programs through which skilled individuals can enter and settle in Canada. The main objective is without any second doubts, development of economy and meeting shortage of skilled individuals in work sector of the country.
Note:The Government of Canada will welcome 3,10,000 new permanent residents in 2018, 3,30,000 in 2019 and 3,40,000 in 2020. Overall, a sum of 1 million immigrants will be welcomed by the country.
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