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Wake of US, UK immigration policy, Canada now eases its policy to benefit Indian student.

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In the raising issues of the immigration policy issues by the US and UK government, the Canadian government has seen this as an strategic move.

A marketing move by the Canadian government to attract the incoming students from India, who bring in a lot of skill and labor force to the country.

Presently, Canada wants human resource and want skilled people from Asia to step into the vacuum. The immigration minister of Canada was of the fact that, Canada is ready to provide ‘Permanent Representative” because they want people to settle down and work for the country.

This is good for the economy of the country and welfare and standard of living of people.   

The complete analysis of the immigration policy of Canada and how it is useful for Indians. And for the working population in India, who have skills and want to go to Canada for work and settle down there. They are most welcome.

Here is the complete analysis of the immigration policy, which should be read by every individual:

http://www.mondaq.com/canada/x/404800/general+immigration/Canada+Citizen...

Let’s talk in terms of numbers, shall we?

In 2001, 250,640 people immigrated to Canada, relative to a total population of 30,007,094 people per the 2001 Census. Since 2001, immigration has ranged between 221,352 and 262,236 immigrants per annum.

Indian  students in Canada consists of 14% of the international population, which is ranking behind china.

The number of international students in Canada rose 88% between 2004-2005 and 2013-2014, according to the latest available data. The increase has been from 66,000 students nearly a decade ago to 124,000, and international students now represent nearly 11% of the total on Canadian campuses.

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) "will award 15 points for a one- or two-year diploma or certificate and 30 points for a degree, diploma or certificate of three years or longer including a master's, professional or doctoral degree".

According to the 2016 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration, the department pointed out it had "issued 125,783 new study permits for international students, a 5.4% increase from 2014". In addition, 5,829 international study permit holders transitioned to permanent residence through the economic streams.

In the raise of the recent establishment in UK and US concerning Brexit and the US Presidential elections, the Canadian government predicts number of Indian students to raise high.

Most migrants see the quality of life and the job – growth opportunities in the country they are moving in. and Canada provides a bright opportunity for such individuals from India.

Talking in terms of monetary numbers!

In 2016, the target for the economic class - the category most used by Indian immigrants - was at 160,600. This was recently upped to 172,500. The family reunification class was increased by 4,000 to 84,000

Post-Graduation Work Permit

Based on the public policy conditions, the delegated officers are advised to consider a granting from the requirements of ‘immigration and refugee protection regulations’ who meet the following conditions

  • the Post-Graduation Work Permit was refused between September 1, 2014, and March 15, 2016;
  • the reason for the refusal was that the majority of their coursework was completed via distance learning; and
  • the entirety of their program of study, including transfer credits, was not considered when the determination was made that the majority of their coursework was via distance learning.


This is a link to the Canadian website which gives you all the above-mentioned information in an authentic manner:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/ENGLISH/department/laws-policy/index.asp

and for the aspirants, who are applying now and want a ‘fast paced entry’, here is the link

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/

Sayonara deshvasiyo…..!
 

BY UITV, NOV 16