Thursday, April 27, 2017

Nova Scotia Announces Reopening of Its PNP in the Coming Weeks

A famous immigration program of Nova Scotia, Canada will open again after a gap of nearly more than 2 years. The province of Nova Scotia has announced that the program will be opened for the first time since 2015 in the coming weeks.

The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry immigration program forms part of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP). This is one of the two NSNP that is aligned with the Express Entry immigration selection system of the federal government.

The NSNP is one of those Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in Canada that enable for quick settlement of aspiring immigrants provided they fulfill all the requirements of immigration.

The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry immigration program is also available to candidates that are already there in the Express Entry pool and meet the eligibility criteria for this particular program. Applicants who are found eligible will get 600 more points in the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). This will make them eligible for receiving the Invitation to Apply (ITA) to become the permanent resident of Canada in the draws that will held in the coming time.

The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry system will become the first such program that will become active in the current year of 2017. In the past few months, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Ontario have also been very active in bringing in new immigrants through their respective Provincial Nominee Program.

It has been planned by Canada that it will invite 51,000 new immigrants to the country in the year 2017 through its PNPs. This will be a seven percent increase as compared to last year. Most of these new immigrants will be welcomed to the country by way of enhanced Express Entry program.

It was also announced by Nova Scotia that this immigration program will be opened and closed periodically in this year till the time the annual target that is set by the federal government has been reached. This way all the immigration applications will be processed more efficiently.

Almost the same kind of program was started recently by Ontario for its own respective immigration program. The latest announcement from Nova Scotia will expedite the immigration process at the federal level.

Previously, the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry immigration system worked on the first-come, first-serve basis. This means there was no requirement for registration or Expression of Interest.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

New Zealand Puts Restrictions on Skilled Worker Visas

What started out in one part of the globe has reached the other part of the globe. It was started out by US to put more restrictions on how immigration applications are scrutinized. Recently, Australia announced that it will make changes to its immigration policies. The latest addition to this list is New Zealand.

The government of New Zealand has announced that it is planning to tighten access to skilled work visas with the objective to help local people find jobs.

People who are employed in the seasonal work such as picking up fruits will get the length of their work visas reduced to the time period they are required in the country.

These planned changes will be taken with the purpose to keep a check on the high level of immigration that is happening in New Zealand. This issue has cropped up as housing shortages, overcrowding and road congestion has been observed in Auckland and other major cities in New Zealand.

According to the statistical department in New Zealand, more than 70,000 new immigrants have come to New Zealand in the last year alone. The majority of these people have settled down in Auckland, which is now home to more than 1.5 million people.

This announcement from New Zealand has come after a day an announcement was made by Australia that will give more importance to Australian workers and will replace the skilled 457 visas. Just a day before, Australian prime minister, Malcolm Trurnbull stated that, “ Australians must have priority for Australian jobs – so the government is planning to abolish the 457 class visas. This visa is used to bring temporary foreign workers into the country”.

The immigration minister of New Zealand, Michael Woodhouse used almost the same language when he announced the plans of the country on immigration. According to him, “The government has a Kiwis-first approach to immigration”.

“It is important that the immigration process of the country is bringing in right people who have the right skills to fill up genuine skill shortages. This will contribute in the growth and development of the economy” Woodhouse added.

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Friday, April 14, 2017

Canada's April 12 Express Entry Draw Closed with Lowest CRS

The situation is the same albeit with a new record. On the evening of April 12, 2017, the Canada Express Entry draw was held and the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) went down to a new low.

The latest Express Entry draw saw Invitation to Apply (ITA) being sent to a total of 3,923 candidates, who will now be in a position to apply for permanent residency for Canada.

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) for this year closed at 423 points which has been the lowest ever till now. The previous draw which was held on April 5 saw the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) closing at 431 points, that was the lowest of that time.

In the first three months of the year 2017, a total of 24,632 ITAs have been issued by. This number is far more than the first three months of the previous years ever since the Express Entry system has been in existence.

In the month of April till now, two Express Entry draws have taken place already. In these two draws a total of 7,676 ITAs have already been issued. This puts up the total of the number of ITAs that have been given till now to 32,308.

Just four months back, the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) closed at 497 points. This means there has been a significant decrease in the CRS cut off.

This goes on to show that this is the right time to apply for permanent residency visa for Canada and settle their permanently.

The neighboring country US has taken some drastic measures on immigration and it is because of this reason a number of people have changed their attention to Canada.

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Monday, April 10, 2017

Thousands March for Immigration Rights in USA

A great many individuals walked and mobilized in downtown Dallas on Sunday to require a redesign of the country's movement framework and end to what coordinators said is a forceful expelling strategy.

Coordinators who called Sunday's occasion the "Dallas Mega March" said President Donald Trump's executive orders restricting go from mainly Muslim nations in the Middle East are unfair. They additionally need a conclusion to detest violations and despise discourse they fight have multiplied since the November presidential race.

The walk started at the Dallas Catholic house of prayer and was consummation almost 1? miles (2.41 kilometers) later with a rally at Dallas City Hall where speakers were to incorporate Martin Luther King III.

The occasion likewise has drawn a few performers and a few dominantly Democratic neighborhood authorities and state administrators. Dallas instructor Esseiny Alanis, a Mexican outsider, remained with two fourth-grade understudies amid the rally.

"Each kid merits a privilege to go to class without dread of losing a parent," Alanis told the Dallas Morning News, alluding to the risk of extradition. Few Trump supporters assembled adjacent. Police said there were no captures.

Dallas police, some wearing defensive vests, watched on bicycle, stallion and foot. Police along the course postured for photographs with members and helped youngsters stroll over the DART tracks close Griffin Street and Pacific Avenue.

Spectators from the American Civil Liberties Union were close by to watch how officers dealt with the dissenters. Counter-demonstrators accumulated close to the finish of the course with American and Trump banners blowing in the solid wind.

"We give them everything, more than we give our veterans," Dallas occupant Eddie Ellis said of outsiders. "They have to backpedal and take care of their own issues." Dallas occupant Dustin Marvin waved his Trump hail, which he as a rule keeps in his home.

"I used to be destitute and I needed to help myself, and they need to help their own selves," Marvin said. "On the off chance that they don't care for Trump, they ought to take off."

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Monday, April 3, 2017

Quebec Investor Program Announced to Reopen on May 29th, 2017

The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP), a famous immigration program from Canada that enables an aspiring immigrant to become permanent resident of Canada by making a risk-free investment of CAD $800,000 will open up again within the next two months.

The QIIP is one of the most famous investor immigration programs across the globe and is the only passive investor immigration program. This program provides a number of benefits over other investor immigration program available in Canada.

For instance, there is no conditional or probationary stage, and an applicant is able to obtain Canadian permanent residency visa provided the application is submitted in the right manner. The QIIP investor immigration program is a lot different from the EB-5 immigration program run by United States.

In the latter program an applicant has to show that a minimum of 10 jobs have been created in the last two years. There is no such requirement in the QIIP.

Second important point is that, the investment of CAD $800,000 is made an approved financial intermediary. This investment can be either arranged through a financial intermediary or can be paid by the applicant. There is an assurance that the investment will be returned in full after the completion of five years from a government of Quebec entity.

Third important benefit is that the primary applicant can also include the immediate members such as dependent children below 19 years of age, common-law partner or spouse. These family members also have the opportunity to become permanent resident of Canada.

Once the application has been approved , the primary applicants and his or her family members can enjoy various social benefits including free public education, universal health care and access to world-class universities.

In the last but not the least, it is worth noting here that QIIP will give you a chance not only to become the permanent resident of Canada, but will also make you eligible to apply for citizenship for Canada and you will soon be an owner of Canadian passport.

According to the current rules, a permanent resident is required to have only four years of residency in Canada within a period of six years to become the citizen of Canada. It is expected that this requirement will be reduced to three years out of five by the federal government.

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Two Doctors in Houston Who Received Removal Orders from Immigration Officials Granted Temporary Stay

Two conspicuous Houston specialists confronting expulsion by movement authorities to their local India have been conceded an impermanent, 90-day respite while they attempt to sort the printed material that will permit them to keep living and working legitimately in the United States.

The wedded couple are both neurologists and confronted expulsion Thursday after migration authorities denied at last to extend their impermanent consent to remain in the U.S., conceivably risking the care of many patients who have particular surgeries planned with the two specialists in coming weeks.

It's the most recent case of the administration taking a strangely hard line on migration and declining to consider cases on an individual premise.

"I have 50 patients today and 40 patients tomorrow," said Dr. Pankaj Satija, a neurologist who helped found the Pain and Headache Centers of Texas. "I'm quite recently concerned they'll be left in a sway. They could arrive up in the crisis room."

The couple has been here lawfully for over 10 years in the wake of coming here from India to do investigate and finish their therapeutic residencies. The Houston Methodist Hospital System supported Satija for his green card around 2008 and the Labor Department confirmed that no Americans could play out his occupation in 2010.

But since of principles restricting what number of migrants can really get changeless residency every year and an enormous excess simultaneously, the couple was given a temporary status until their green cards end up plainly accessible. The class for India is right now so behind that lone outsiders who connected for the work accreditation before June 2008 are accepting their green cards.

Satija and his better half, Dr. Monika Ummat, who is likewise a neurologist gaining practical experience in epilepsy at Texas Children's Hospital, restored their impermanent work approvals and their travel records at regular intervals as required. They purchased a house in West University Place and had two kids, Ralph, who is 7, and 4-year-old Zooey.

The issue started a year ago when for reasons unknown their travel record was issued for just a single year, not at all like the run of the mill time of two years like their business approval.

Additionally befuddling the issue was that Customs and Border Protection authorities stamped their travel report saying that it lapsed in June this year, when in actuality U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services noticed that their archive really lapsed in June 2016.

The specialists did not see the error. They had a strangely bustling year and were not arranging universal travel. At that point last October, Satija's sibling called from Delhi and said that their dad was amazingly sick and had been admitted to concentrated care. The family expected to go immediately.

They instantly purchased plane tickets and gathered their sacks. After coming back to the United States about seven days after the fact, a Customs and Border Protection official at the air terminal noticed the inconsistency on their travel report and that in truth it had effectively lapsed four months already.

"The officer took a gander at it and said it's a typical slip-up, that it was no major ordeal," Satija said.

They were permitted in through a program known as conceded examination, which permits certain explorers without the right printed material to enter the nation so they can settle the mistake.

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