The Canadian Government puts forward on August 17 the intended regulatory changes to the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) that will improve Canada’s selection for skilled workers who can certainly meet the expectations upon arrival in the country.
Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney said that skilled
immigrant workers the way to success in Canada.
In proposing some changes to the FSWP, the following activities were carried out in the extensive program assessment by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC):
After conducting the substantial assessment program, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) proposes the following changes to the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW):
According to the CIC News Releases, Minister Kenney stated:
“This is an important step we are taking to address the problem of immigrants arriving and not being able to work in their field.
This new requirement will help potential newcomers make informed choices about immigration and Canadian career paths.”
The Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has set the date for inviting submissions from interested expert organizations engaged in foreign credential evaluation reviews on August 20, 2012. Organizations have until September 21, 2012 to submit service proposals.
The new matrix for Foreign Skilled Worker Program points is expected to be implemented sometimes in January 2013.
Interpreting immigration rules is equally important to applying them. Without any legal assistance, applicants may find themselves passing through a needle hole to fully understand the terms of immigration laws.
Niren and Associates, an immigration firm with over 15 years of experience and with dedicated teams of immigration attorneys is more than willing to help you find out if you qualify as a FSW. The first step is to fill out the Free Online Assessment Form or Book an appointment to discuss how you can qualify for immigration through the Federal Skilled Worker Program and how these changes affect your case.
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