Important Canada Latest Immigration Rule Changes 2019

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Important Canada Latest Immigration Rule Changes 2019

Fri, Feb 22 2019

Canadian Government has announced many immigration rule changes for the year 2019 and these changes will surely have a key impact on the applicants applying for Canada Permanent Resident Visa. The Canadian Immigration department is highly fluctuating and it is difficult to predict what may happen next. The changes are made according to the requirements asked by the Canadian Immigration department.

The previous year was the Canadian Immigration Year with many immigration changes, CRS drops and one can expect a number of visa programs and invitations in the year 2019 as well.

The government of Canada updates and employs the immigration rule changes on a periodic basis. If you are seeking to apply for Canada permanent residency visa under different visa programs it is suggested first to know about Canada Latest Immigration Rule Changes 2019 to know the changed requirements when applying for Canada PR.

Latest Immigration Rule Changes 2019

  • Updates in Canada Multiyear Immigration Program

The immigration intake released by the Canadian Immigration department for the year 2019-2021 will lead to more number of migrants coming and settling in the country on a permanent basis. The immigration intake for the year 2019 has been fixed at 330,000, for the year 2020 it is 340,000 and for the year 2021, it is fixed at 350,000 for the year 2021.

It is expected that the Canadian Government will invite around 565,000 newcomers through different economic programs under Express Entry for the coming years.

  • Saskatchewan implemented a new immigration system

The province of Saskatchewan adopted the new immigration system ‘Expression of Interest' to give provincial nominations as opposed to its previous immigration system. There is an increase in the number of invitations issued with the new EOI system.

  • Ontario invited applicants with CRS below 400

The province of Ontario did the unexpected and invited applicants with CRS 350 to the applicants having a job offer letter from the employer of Ontario and broke the record of giving ITAs with CRS 400 and above. The draws are nowadays conducted as per the director's requirement.

  • Dependent child age increased

The dependent child age has been increased from 22 years to 19 years by the Canadian Immigration department. Now an applicant can include their children who are under 22 years can include them as dependent applicants in their applications

  • Canada new pilot program to attract skilled immigrants to rural regions

Just like AIPP, the Canadian Government launched the pilot program to attract skilled migrants into the regional areas.

Therefore, a lot of changes are done and many are in the pipeline for Canada Permanent Residency. So, if you are seeking permanent residency for Canada then now is the perfect time to plan your immigration move.

For further information in this regard, it is suggested to connect with visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Canada Assessment form.

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