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Thursday, 20 August 2015

OM International- Vadodara's best Immigration consultancy, provides you with the first hand info on Canada Immigration, Australia Immigration and students visas

Here is the latest Immigration news from CIC Canada. - We @ OM International are very positive for aspirants of Canada Immigration VISA.

See all Charts and Mid year Analysis to understand the complete Canada Express Entry System so far.

For 
Federal Skilled Worker Visa (FSW),
Federal Skilled Trade Worker VISA (FSTW) and 
CEC - Canadian Experience Class VISA.

Canada VISA - Express Entry report since implementation. 

OM International, a leading Vadodara based Immigration VISA Consultancy, brings you the detailed summarised report —a snapshot of the Canada's Express Entry System for the initial six months of implementation, based on a data extract as of July 6, 2015 — provides solid grounds for optimism for individuals who are either in the pool today or thinking of creating a profile in the near future. Among a host of important statements, CIC disclosed that ‘Future rounds from the Express Entry pool will become the main source of applications to meet annual Canadian immigration levels targets for certain economic immigration programs under the Express Entry system as the older inventories are reduced.’
(‘Older inventories’ refers to applications submitted before January 1, 2015 that have not yet been processed to completion.)
Through this we would like to convey to the clientèle of OM International about the opportunities are still open to migrate to Canada....
This news has been warmly welcomed by candidates in the pool who applied for Canada PR Visa, as it reveals a commitment on CIC’s part to increase the number of invitations to apply issued in the not too distant future.

Through the report, OM International also want to make you aware of the following:
·         The pool is growing by about 1,500 persons/profiles per week.
·         The number of profiles completed was 112,701, with 48,723 of these not being eligibleThe size of the pool is expected to remain large.

*Awaiting Job Bank Registration/Provincial Nomination validation
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          A large number of foreign nationals already working in Canada have received invitations to apply because they have job offers supported by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). This was especially the case during the earlier draws, and has resulted in Canada being the dominant country of residence for invited candidates (85.5% of all invited candidates).

·         The most dominant countries of citizenship of invited candidates are India and the Philippines, each of which supplied around one-fifth of those invited to apply.



Through the graph below we can understand that Indian are in the majority who apply for Permanent Residency after Philippines. OM International can also help you out with references of clients who are already living in Canada and provide all sorts of assistance after landing. 
·         Through the first 11 draws, 29.4% of those invited to apply did not have a qualifying job offer or enhanced provincial nomination certificate.
·         65% had a qualifying job offer.
·         5.4% had an enhanced provincial nomination certificate.
·         Discounting the first four draws, however — in which only applicants with a CRS score above 600 were invited to apply — 41% of those invited to apply did not have a qualifying job offer or an enhanced provincial nomination certificate.

·         A majority of candidates selected in the sixth (March 27), eighth (April 17) and eleventh (June 27) draws had neither a qualifying job offer nor a provincial nomination certificate.

·         A majority (65.78%) of candidates in the pool had between 300 and 400 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. Most of OM International's Clients have also scored between the same and many have been granted residency in the Express Entry Program
·         A total of 5,534 of the overall 12,928 invitations to apply issued had been to candidates under the  Canadian Experience Class (CEC), with Federal Skilled Workers (FSW, 4,809), Federal Skilled Trades (FST, 1,887) and Provincial Nominees (PN, 698) following. Though provincial nominees have provided the fewest invitees so far, the number of candidates being invited to apply having obtained an enhanced provincial nomination certificate has increased over the most recent draws. This is likely because certain provinces have had the time to assess applications submitted earlier this year. OM International provides help with all the classes of visas including CEC, FSW, FSTW and PNP Visas. 

Further positive news: The July 10 and July 17 Draws
Though CIC released this report as we enter August, the data used to compile the results is from July 6. Since that date, CIC has performed two further draws from the pool, on July 10 and July 17, both of which saw the CRS points requirement decrease. The thirteenth, and most recent, Express Entry draw selected candidates with 451 or more CRS points. This draw represents a milestone in the short history of Express Entry as the CRS points requirement has decreased to its lowest cut-off point yet.
Other recent Express Entry trends have been viewed positively by candidates for Canadian immigration:
·         This is the fourth draw in succession in which the number of CRS points required has decreased.
·         It is also the fourth draw in a row in which candidates without a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer or an enhanced provincial nomination certificate have been invited to apply.
·         In addition, it is the fourth draw in succession in which more than 1,500 invitations to apply were issued.
·         The latest draws have allowed certain candidates who may not have been awarded a large number of points for age — or who may not have extensive post-secondary education or highly advanced language proficiency in English or French — to receive an invitation to apply.

OM International a leading and very well know visa consultants and providing services in Vadodara over 15 years have qualified and experienced staff who can guide through every step of getting a residency 

A number of candidates issued invitations to apply in this draw had been in the pool for some time; these candidates made efforts to increase their CRS score and ranking by, for example, re-taking language tests and achieving better scores, or gaining additional work experience. The thirteenth draw may also be seen as a positive development for candidates in the pool who did not receive an invitation to apply this time around, as the number of CRS points required has been decreasing across the most recent four draws.

With an increasing number of Canadian provinces having introduced Express Entry streams as part of their Provincial Nominee Programs, candidates in the Express Entry pool are seeing an increasing number of options and opportunities for obtaining the all-important invitation to apply. The provinces of Ontario and Saskatchewan, as well as the Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, have all introduced such streams in recent weeks. These enhanced Provincial Nominee Program immigration streams have all been covered in-depth by CICnews.com in recent weeks:

·         Ontario Core Human Capital Priorites and French-Speaking Skilled Worker streams
·         Saskatchewan Express Entry
·         New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream and Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry


Mid-year analysis



“Knowledge is power, and over recent weeks CIC has given people a highly valuable insight into Express Entry — its past, its present and its future,” says Attorney David Cohen.

“When looking at the past, what we’re seeing is that the number of candidates with job offers being invited to apply has decreased over time. That being said, obtaining a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer remains as beneficial to a candidate’s chances today as it ever has.

Increase your chances of getting a permanent residency in Canada come and speak to our staff at OM International and get free on the spot evaluation for Canadian Immigrant PR VISA.

“The present scene is one that is welcome to all candidates. CRS score requirements have been steadily decreasing, the number of candidates being invited to apply has been increasing, provinces are beginning to issue enhanced nomination certificates, an increasing number of candidates without job offers or provincial nominations have received invitations to apply, and CIC has been as good as its word when it comes to processing times. This is all very positive.

At OM International we are very professional and ready to help you out in every possible way to make your dream come true.

“The jewel of this report, however, is where it concerns the future. In stating that ‘future rounds from the Express Entry pool will become the main source of applications to meet annual immigration levels targets for certain economic immigration programs,’ CIC has published in black and white what many people have been hoping all year. I would therefore encourage anybody interested in immigrating to Canada to begin the process immediately. CIC has said that it will be increasingly looking to the pool to meet immigration targets that are tied to Canada’s labour market needs — and unless you’re in the pool, you are invisible to the government of Canada.”

Canada Express Entry VISA

Eligible candidates may submit a profile into the Express Entry pool, where they are ranked according to the CRS. The government of Canada selects the top-ranked candidates on a priority basis when it performs one of its frequent draws from the pool. Candidates who are issued an invitation to apply for permanent residence then have 60 days to submit a complete e-application, from which point the government of Canada aims to process the application within six months. A number of early applicants have had their applications processed in under half that time.
more information on draws from the Express Entry pool that have taken place so far.





Click here to read the full report.
- See more at: http://www.cicnews.com/2015/08/cic-releases-midyear-express-entry-report-085687.html#sthash.RRxy7jeV.dpuf


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