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For those interested in migrating to Canada, it would be interesting to know that the Immigration authorities of Canada introduced new immigration rules as per Jan 2014 that would help in reducing the ...

For those interested in migrating to Canada, it would be interesting to know that the Immigration authorities of Canada introduced new immigration rules as per Jan 2014 that would help in reducing the backlog of pending immigration applications.

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  • Summary:- For those interested in migrating to Canada, it would be interesting to know that the Immigration authorities of Canada introduced new immigration rules as per Jan 2014 that would help in reducing the backlog of pending immigration applications.
  • In 2014, the Government of Canada is expecting to receive between 235,000 and 265,000 new PR, a similar number to the target migration levels in previous years. Even though the total number has been static, lots has changed in the on the whole immigration policy this year that include new and reopened immigration streams, changed conditions and move in focus on requisite professions. In this article, we compiled an overview for applicant immigrants to Canada, revealing where the top most opportunities lie.
  • Provincial Programs Many experts say that Canada's immigration system is gradually moving towards a dispersed system. In general, it means that the stress is more on the provinces to choose the immigrant that would contribute most in that exacting region. For More Information click on : http://www.abhinav.com/
  • For the immigrant, this means more practical job opportunities, and immigration much better organized. Mostly all provinces offer (PNP) Provincial Nominee Programs, accepting applicants depending on the labor demand in that province. Once they have arrived on the federal level these applicants are offered permanent residency. For skilled workers, the topmost opportunities presently lie in the western provinces. The availability and requirements varies from province to province and is subject to change.
  • On the federal level Whereas the beginning of 2013 witnessed the addition of a new immigration Program –the Federal Skilled Trades Program- the beginning of 2014 will reveal the re-opening of another popular Program –The Family Sponsorship Program
  • On the federal level Whereas the beginning of 2013 witnessed the addition of a new immigration Program –the Federal Skilled Trades Program- the beginning of 2014 will reveal the re-opening of another popular Program –The Family Sponsorship Program The well-known federal immigration Program –the Federal Skilled Workers Program- will continue to accept applications waiting May 2014, and the government expects record levels of admissions from the Canadian Experience Class.
  • The Federal Skilled Worker Program The Federal Skilled Workers Program considered the most popular Program, as it selects experienced skilled applicants from all over world depending on factors like their work experience, education, language proficiency, etc. No Canada-based sponsorship or job offer is needed. The Program was re-opened and revised in May 2013, after it had been close for admissions for almost a year. The new Program emphasize more to proficiency in one of the two Canada's official languages (English or French), and favors younger applicants, whereas emphasize less to work experience outside of Canada.
  • Family sponsorship Program After being closed for two years the Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP), re-open on January 2 2014. The Government has promised to accept 20,000 newcomers through the Program. Sponsoring a child or spouse will continue to be possible and clear by an intake limit. In 2014, the Government expects to welcome around 48,000 new residents as child, partner or spouse.
  • Family sponsorship Program 2014 is going to be good year for those who want to migrate to Canada on the sponsorship of a family member, as the government of Canada expecting 68,000 new residents under the Family Sponsorship Program (FSP). Three streams under this Program look promising. Two new rules have come into effect in 2014:
  • • A person sponsored as a spouse is going to be disqualify from sponsoring another spouse in turn for 5 years after getting Canadian Permanent Residency; and partners or spouses who have been in a relationship for two years or less, and who have no children together, will get permanent residency on certain conditions. • In the absence of the PGP, the substitute Parent and Grandparent Super visa was introduced. The Canadian Government announced that this opportunity would remain to exist in 2014 next to the new PGP. This type of Visa provides parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents with a visitor visa that can renewed for two years once, for a period of up to 10 years.
  • The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) This program launched in this year in January that targets those applicants that are known for their practical skills rather than educational qualifications.