PRN: 2016 Brings Along Reforms to Canada's Immigration System

2016 Brings Along Reforms to Canada's Immigration System [02-February-2016] ONTARIO, Canada, February 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Liberal Party of Canada has always been the most attentive to the Canadian immigration file.

Persone Pamela Seamore, Justin Trudeau
Luoghi Canada, Ontario
Organizzazioni Liberal Party
Argomenti internet, software, economia

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2016 Brings Along Reforms to Canada's Immigration System

 
[02-February-2016]
 

ONTARIO, Canada, February 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

The Liberal Party of Canada has always been the most attentive to the Canadian immigration file. During the recent Canadian national election, the Liberal Party of the newly-elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, proposed liberal reforms to Canada's immigration system. According to the Canadian Global Immigration Law firm, the upcoming changes will include:

  1. Doubling the number of immigration applications allowed for parents and grand-parents sponsorship (from 5,000 to 10,000 visas per year).
  2. Reducing wait times by doubling the budget for processing family class immigration applications.
  3. Increasing the point's allocation for applicants who have siblings in Canada on their Express Entry application.
  4. Eliminating the $1,000 Labor Market Impact Assessment fee for families seeking caregivers for members with physical or mental disabilities.
  5. Restoring free access to healthcare for refugee/asylum seekers pending a decision on their case by the government.
  6. Making it easier for international students to achieve Canadian Citizenship by making adjustments to the Canadian Experience Class program that will 'remove barriers' for international students.
  7. Restoring the Canadian Citizenship residency time credit for international students in Canada.
  8. Bypassing the two year waiting period for "conditional permanent residence" for spouses of sponsored individuals.
  9. Restoring the maximum age for dependents from 19 to 22, making it easier for immigrants to bring their older children to Canada.

The changes have not yet been initiated, but with a pledge of $500 million and a majority government, we are optimistic that they will be executed in a timely manner.

Canadian Visa Expert is a leading company in the Canadian immigration field. Working with ICCRC registered agents and a legal team of experts; it is one of their duties to constantly be updated with the latest changes and requirements according to the Canadian government, and to promptly notify the candidate to ensure a flawless, problem-free process. These new reforms will surely help accelerate the immigration procedures, and will be very beneficial for their clients.

For more information about Canada's current immigration programs and Canadian Visa Expert, please visit the company's site at http://www.canadianvisaexpert.com


Contact :

Pamela Seamore,
PR representative
Tel: +1-647-930-0901
E-mail: support@canadianvisaexpert.com

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