On March 14, 2008 Canada’s Conservative government tabled a bill that proposed amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). Under the current law, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is required to assess every Permanent Resident application received at a visa office, in a particular immigration category, on a “first come, first served” basis. The proposed legislative change provides the Immigration Minister with the authority to regulate the backlog of applicants. It allows CIC to select among the new applications received and choose those that it determines are best suited for Canada’s labour market needs.
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Related Canada Immigration Articles:
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- Nova Scotia issues first invitations through new Express Entry-linked stream Labour Market Priorities Stream targeted 314 Express Entry candidates with work experience as Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
- New Express Entry draw ties largest draw, lowest minimum score of 2018 IRCC issues 3,750 ITAs to candidates with minimum CRS scores of 440