Canada, 11th November: Canada immigration changes in 2017 are likely.
Yes, that is true.
Canada immigration changes in 2017—Canada immigration changes in 2017 are quite likely. Yes, that is true. Canada government aims to introduce several key changes to immigration in 2017. This is especially true for Comprehensive Ranking System for 2017.
“ Canada immigration changes in 2017 are likely.”
Details of Canada immigration changes in 2017–Revised Canada immigration policies will make it more attractive for aspiring immigrants. Yes. It will also cut visa processing times. Changes are expected in Canada Experienced Class, temporary residents and aspiring immigrants with relatives in Canada. Annual Canada immigration will reach nearly 425,000 by the year 2020.
Changes to CRS—Changes to CRS(Comprehensive Ranking System) are expected in 2017. The cut off has already touched down in CRS in the last two draws of Canada Express Entry process. It has led to a two-fold rise in the number of candidates being offered ITAs(Invitation to Apply). This is certainly a great indicator.
Its quite likely that the CRS cut off will further get lowered by the government to reach its new targets. So, for all those waiting for getting their ITAs, it is welcoming news.
Quebec to welcome 51,000 new immigrants in 2017—Yes, Quebec is all set to welcome nearly 51,000 new immigrants in 2017. So, if you want to immigrate to Quebec, it’s the perfect time to do so.
Economic immigration shall go up to 63 percent in the coming times. This will be in the following named immigration streams of Quebec. QSWP(Quebec Skilled Worker Program), Quebec Investor Program and PEQ(Quebec Economic Class).
New Canada immigration rules effective in January 2017–New Canada immigration rules will become effective in 2017. Yes. That is true. New Canada immigration rules shall result in creation of a new job bank. It will help immigration match the available work with the skills possessed by them before arrival in Canada. That’s certainly a great facility for aspiring immigrants to Canada.
Quebec to attract 11,500 new immigrants under Family Reunification program–Next year, nearly 11,500 new immigrants shall be attracted under Family reunification program. That is yet another great news for immigrants wanting to reunite with their family members in Quebec.