Information regarding Ministerial Instructions
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septiembre 9, 2008 a las 4:14 pm #229478
Este email le llegó a mi hermano de la firma de abogados quien está haciendo su papeleo de inmegración desde Houston.
I hope you are doing well.
I am writing to you because some members of the national division of the Canadian Bar Association (Immigration section) recently met with the section’s legislative liaison at the Minister’s office.
The information that came out of this meeting cannot be considered 100% official yet, as it has not been officially publicized by the government. Nevertheless, we are of opinion that it provides good indications of what is coming, and we wanted to share this information with you. The situation can be summarized as follow:
1. It seems clear that the government’s intention is to issue instructions that basically completely stop taking in skilled worker applications with the exception of ones that are supported by either arranged employment or that are on this new occupations in demand list, which they’ve gone cross-country to consult with provinces and stakeholders on. There is an expectation that only a small portion of the economic class target will accordingly be assigned to a new skilled workers, with the bulk being assigned to deal with the backlogged cases. The first priority will be to write all applicants is submitted applications in 2003 in order to ascertain how many of them are still interested in applying for permanent residence. They will then do the same with applicants who filed in 2004.
2. After going across the country on consultations, it seems evident that the new occupations list —from which they will accept new applications of the skilled worker category— is not likely to be very long. There seems to be a consensus across the country about need for health care and construction occupations ,as well as with certain quite specific high-tech professions, but for the Minister to put a specific occupation on the list, there has to be a clear pathway to registration/licensing in at least one if not more provinces.
Therefore, all applications received under the skilled workers category after February 27, 2008, will be impacted by the instructions to be released in the following weeks/months.
It is therefore our recommendation, in your case, to take all possible measures to obtain a formal employment offer from the Canadian offices of your current employer. We could then take all the necessary steps to submit this employment offer to the authorities, and make sure your application will be considered with that arranged employment, therefore maximizing its chances of success.
Please feel free to comment or to ask any additional questions.
We will wait for your comments on that issue.
——-septiembre 9, 2008 a las 4:53 pm #229479
Incomprensible, primero abren un proceso simplificado para obtener un mayor número de aplicantes y luego los rebotan??….septiembre 9, 2008 a las 5:10 pm #229480
ya en CanadÃ¡Miembro
verg.. si. Es contradictorio… Por un lado están desesperados por atraer gente pero a la vez ponen mas trabas y tiempos larguísimos. Bueno eso se llama pa que vos veaisseptiembre 9, 2008 a las 8:38 pm #229481
Wow…! Al menos soy Ingeniero Civil…
Alguien me puede explicar esto…..aun no entiendo como van a procesar las aplicaciones recibidas ANTES del 27 de febrero del 2008…..con la nueva ley o como se ha hecho hasta hoy….
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