Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
With new criteria for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) set to take effect in May, many prospective immigrants may already be preparing to apply. Many Consultants (Registered / Unregistered / Lawyers) who just make money trying to use marketing gimmicks to retain clients for initial non refundable amount for preparation of the case.
However, future FSWP applicants should be aware that CIC expects to announce three important elements of the FSWP in April that will have an impact on the application process, including:
* a cap on the number of applications that will be accepted in the first year;
* a new list of priority occupations; and
* the organizations that will be designated to conduct educational assessments.
Applicants who prepare their application before this information is announced do so at their own risk. Applications that do not meet the criteria that will be announced in April will not be processed.
On December 19, 2012, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced significant changes to the FSWP. In addition, the Minister announced that the new FSWP would be opened up for applications on May 4, 2013. A pause on applications, except for those from certain PhD students and those supported by a qualifying job offer, has been in place since July 1, 2012.
We at Superior Consulting (Pvt.) Ltd. having License of Honesty advise aspirants wishing to file for Canadian Immigration do not engage any agency just for preparing application before the announcement of program in May. Please be noted that application and file can be prepared within 7 days.
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