Easier rules for Canada experience class announced
Canada, 17th September: Canada announced its decision to simplify rules for immigrants under Canada experience class.
As per new proposals, Canada is going to change tough requirements for immigrants under its experience class program.
Simpler rules for Canada experience class—Earlier rules required applicants in Canada to possess a minimum of two years work experience as an eligibility for Canada Experience Class. However, the federal government plans to offer easier and faster route to gain Canada permanent residency for such immigrants.
Speaking about the issue, Canada immigration minister Jason Kenney said Canada feels proud to welcome its 20,000th permanent resident under Canada Experience Class program.
Reforms to Canada Experience Class are a good way to increase nation’s global competitiveness since it aims to attract and retain world’s best talent to Canada. It offers a legal route to Canada permanent residency for those who have studied and worked in Canada.
Canada Experience Class--This immigration program was launched by the nation nearly four years ago and is a popular immigration scheme to welcome newcomers possessing high-skills from the world over wanting to live in Canada.
Under Canada Experience Class, highly skilled immigrants can come to Canada easily and stay here without having to move back to their respective nations after successful completion of their studies in Canada. Foreign students having work experience can submit application for gaining Canada permanent residency.
Each year, nearly 300,000 including 200,000 temporary skilled workers and around 100,000 foreign students come to Canada in search of better prospects.
Targets the ‘most likely to succeed’--Temporary foreign workers who are already staying in Canada are the focus of Canada Experience Class. In addition, foreigners having graduated from Canadian universities or Canadian colleges are also welcomed under Canada Experience Class.
All such foreigners are deemed to be a good fit in Canada labor market as well as Canadian society and way of life.
Canada proudly welcomed an Indian named Gaurav Gore, who recently passed a master’s degree in business administration from Canada’s University of Toronto. Coincidentally, he happens to be the 20,000th Canada permanent resident allowed into Canada under Canada Experience Class.