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Canada Latest Immigration Rule Changes 2019

Canadian government has announced and implemented several Canada Immigration Rule changes and updates in the last few months. These changes will have key impact on the applicants applying Canada PR in 2019

The government of Canada release and employ the immigration rule changes and updates on a periodic basis. If you are applying for Canada PR, you must confirm the latest process and updates to apply permanent residency in Canada. Before you apply Canada PR, get the updated and stepwise Canada immigration procedure 2019 after the application of new rule changes, on your e-mail id.

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Latest Canada Immigration Rule Changes applicable in 2019

  • Canadian government updated its Multiyear Immigration Plan

The government of Canada has updated its Multiyear Immigration Plan (2018-2021) in November 2018 and extended it till year 2021. As per the updated plan, the government will accept over one million permanent residents by 2021. Moreover, the IRCC will raise its annual immigration target to 350,000 by the year 2021.

  • Alberta launched Express Entry stream for its PNP

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) has launched its Express Entry stream in August 2018. The first draw of the AINP- Express entry stream occurred on August 8, 2018.

Learn more about the Alberta PNP eligibility criteria and occupation list


  • SINP implemented new EOI System

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) replaced its old first come, first served system with new EOI (Expression of Interest) based system with effect from July 16, 2018. The first draw of EOI system occurred on 21st August 2018.

Learn more about the SINP PNP eligibility criteria and documents requirements


  • OINP will now accept candidates below 400 CRS points

The OINP (Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program) announced to accept the applicants, even with CRS score below 400 mark with some conditions. Earlier most used to accept the candidates with CRS score 400 points or above.

Learn more about the Ontario PNP processing time and documents requirements


  • Dependent Child age increased to Under 22

The IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) has now increased the dependent child age to “Under 22” from “Under 19” w.e.f. October 24, 2017. Now an applicant can include children under 22 years of age in his/her Canadian PR application.

  • Conditional Permanent Residence Rule Removed

Canada government has cancelled the Conditional Permanent Rule that used to make some sponsored spouses or partners in Canada to stay with their sponsoring spouse or common law partner for minimum 2 years.

 

 

New Express Entry Changes applicable in 2019

Federal Express Entry System is the most popular point based immigration system of Canada. Canadian government has made some key changes in express entry immigration rules and requirements w.e.f. June 6, 2017, i.e.

  • French is an official language of Canada along with English. Hence, now the Candidates with strong French language skills can get up to 30 additional CRS points for applying Canada PR via federal Express Entry System.
  • Now the applicants of Canada PR via Express Entry can get 15 additional CRS points if they have siblings in Canada.
  • Now creating an account on Canada Job Bank for Express Entry profile is now voluntary and not compulsory.

Existing Eligibility Requirements to apply Canada PR in 2019

Express Entry is the best immigration pathway to obtain permanent residency in Canada. It follows a point based system called CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System).

Click here to check Express Entry CRS Point Calculator


Below are the eligibility criteria to score well on Canada immigration point calculator or CRS calculator:

  • Age
  • Education Factor
  • Language Proficiency
  • Work Experience
  • Spouse or Common Law Partner factor
  • Provincial Nomination

Age Factor

You can earn maximum immigration points for age between age group 18-35. Although, you can get Canada PR after 35 as well, however, beyond 35 years, your points for age starts decreasing.

Education factor

If you are post graduate, you can secure higher points for your education factor. Higher education than this can earn you even more points.

Language Proficiency

This is the most obvious factor that can help you improve your profile score. You can sit in the language test, such as, IELTS at any point of time and subsequently, can increase your CRS score. The language proficiency level as CLB 8 or more you can earn you higher points for language proficiency.

Work Experience

If you are not in rush, you can wait to add an extra year to your total work experience, which can drastically increase your CRS Score at times. Work experience of 3 years or more can get you good CRS points on express entry system.

Spouse or Common Law Partner factor

You can also earn points for the credentials of your Spouse or Common Law Partner factor. Hence, if have not entered your partner’s credentials, or not improved it for some time, you can consider it as the useful factor in increasing your total CRS score.

Nomination from Canadian province

You can also look to earn massive bonus points through Nomination from a province in Canada. If you are able to get nomination for Canada PR, you can get 600 additional CRS point in express entry, which will almost seal a Canada PR invitation for you from IRCC. 

Get in touch with Visas Avenue to get Complete Assistance to apply Canada PR in 2019

If you seek inclusive assistance with regards to enhancing your immigration points for Canada PR as well as essential documentation, you may get in touch with highly experienced and registered immigration experts at Visas Avenue Immigration. You may contact Visas Avenue Immigration expert by calling the Toll free Number 78-18-000-777.

Moreover, to get your eligibility checked and subsequently, receive a call from the expert, you may fill the free assessment form.


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