In a major decision taken to facilitate the immigration process for food service professionals, Canada is planning to remove the caps for cooks, chefs and food service professionals with the launch of new express entry program.
CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) has extended its support to the new international study that would help the trained tradespeople of Britain and Ireland to assess their skills against the criteria of Canadian government.
The minister for Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander and minister for Industry, James Moore has promulgated that Canada is all set to accept application for Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program from 28 January 2015.
The eight draw was conducted by CIC. The draw was held for two day i.e on April 17 and April 18, 2015. In this draw, nearing to 715 invitations to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence was sent to the candidates who have applied for this program.
The Citizenship and Immigration Canada has issued invitations to 779 candidates who have qualified in the Express Entry System. Now, the candidates have two months to submit their complete application for Canada permanent residence visa.
The Minister for Canada Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, has said that only 10 to 15% of immigrants who enter to Canada in 2015 will have been picked through new Express Entry application system, a process intended especially to pick immigrants more swiftly to better meet the requirements of the labor market. The minister anticipates that figure will increase sharply by 2016.
The pilot program is entitled as Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot scheme, which is a part of transformative amendments that develop the Government's dedication to build a flexible and swift economic immigration system