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New occupation list of Canada immigration list 2013

Canada has in past witnessed a vacuum in the job market that led to a dearth of talent pool that matches industry expectations and requirements. Under the new arrangement the new occupations need to have a more comprehensive review of the age, qualification, education, language and skills of the immigrants. The objective with this policy amendment is to make sure that the quality and quantity of the influx matches the needs of the economy.

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New occupation list of Canada immigration list 2013

  1. 1. New occupation list of Canada immigration list 2013Immigration to Canada has always been the most ‘preferred’ option on account of itbeing a growing economy, infrastructural arrangements on healthcare & education, agood standard of living and a peaceful countryside. Federal Skilled Worker Visaprogram makes it possible for the immigrant in Canada to live and work at anylocation in the country and do also avail social benefits on healthcare facilities andeducation. Canada offers its immigrants to bring along his or her immediate familythat includes parents and children. Most prominent of the benefits, a Canadianresident doesn’t need to show a visitor visa to visit US and can also diversify businessto US as per NAFTA agreement.Such aspects of immigration to Canada keep the Federal Skilled Worker Visa indemand as most applications come to this account. However the recent ministerialinstructions dated 18th April, 2013 seem to have made some radical changes to theFWSP visa which are stated to come in effect from 4th May, 2013. The Newoccupation list of Canada Immigration list 2003 is part of the same policyguideline. Canadian Immigration runs a point- based assessment of the immigrantapplications only to make sure that the quality and quantity of the influx matches theeconomic needs. The qualifying occupations are made visible on the list by NOC‘National Occupational Classification’ to place a filter on the existing talent pool.Under the new arrangement the new occupations need to have a morecomprehensive review of the age, qualification, education, language and skills of theimmigrants. The new criterion mentions:  An enhancement on the minimum official language threshold to make the official language a key factor on the selection procedure  Emphasis on a younger age group of the immigrants to make sure a better productivity longitudinally  Introduction of the ECA ‘Educational Credential Assessment’ as part of the selection procedure to observe the foreign credential’s true value in Canada  Acceleration of the arranged employment process  Inclusion of Spousal employability as key factor on selection procedureThe New occupation list of Canada Immigration list 2003 takes intoconsideration the demands of both the economy and the industry. Canada has in pastwitnessed a vacuum in the job market that led to a dearth of talent pool that matchesindustry expectations and requirements. The policy amendments on age,
  2. 2. qualification and skills criteria do seem to influence the new occupation list. Theefforts are to selectively choose a ‘younger’ immigrant for the job for a longerassociation and a higher adaptability index. Similarly, the new occupations alsodemand an Educational Credential Assessment’ to make sure the foreign credential’strue value in Canada. Under the new policy guideline the immigrants need to alsoconsider the spousal employability as part of the selection procedure. A dual supplyof skills should bring-in more productivity, sustainability and adaptability to theentire attempt on immigration.

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