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Immigration Summary in 2019
The all-encompassing 2019 immigration program ended on 31 December and new immigrant programs with 2020 selection rights began again on 1 January. There were a lot of unexpected things in 2019. Immigration thresholds were a bit higher than in 2018, including the RNIP, the new Home Childcare Provider, the Express Entry and PNP selection scores, and the early deadline for parents and grandparents. One of the biggest impacts on immigration in 2019 was the trend in Express Entry. In 2019-2021, which was announced in 2018, it is expected that there will be more selections in 2019 than in 2018 due to the acceptance of a large number of immigrants. I did. This was the second most popular year since the Express Entry. The 24 selections for 2019 were selected from 3,200 to 3,900, with no significant differences. In 2018, each selection had a large deviation of 1,150, with a minimum of 2,750 and a maximum of 3,900, while in 2019 the selection continued with a small deviation of 700. However, overall starting scores for 2019 were upline compared to 2017 and 2018. On January 30, 2019, 438 points were selected, the lowest starting score in 2019, and on October 30, 2019, 475 was the highest starting score in 2019. In the last five selections for 2019, the number of applicants dropped sharply from 3,900 to 3,200, maintaining a starting score of 470 and regretting the desire of applicants for the final migration process in 2019. What should be noted from now on is how the immigration programs will be implemented in 2020 and 2021. We have already announced in 2018 that we will increase the target to 85,800 in 2020 and 88,800 in 2021, which is higher than the 2019 target of 81,400. To meet this goal, it is expected that there will be more frequent starters, not every other week, and more starters for each start. In addition, state immigration also announced its goal to increase to 67,800 in 2020 and 71,300 in 2021. The Liberal Party's Justin Trudeau was re-elected in October, and he expects the government's immigration policy to become more specific and even higher. You can learn more about future immigration trends in the 2019 Immigration Report, which will be presented by the Minister of Immigration, Margo Mendicino, by March 2020. The report draws a lot of attention and attention because it provides insight into federal migration priority programs and immigration trends. The most noteworthy aspect of this report is the 2020-2022 immigration plan. As already announced, the target is 341,000 in 2020, 350,000 in 2021, and 360,000 in 2022. In addition to the re-election of the Liberal Party's Justin Trudeau in favor of immigration, the immigration trend is positive for the next two to three years. If you have already started or plan to begin immigration, I hope you will apply for immigration before 2022 and achieve your desired permanent residency.
RNIP in Manitoba
Brandon City, Manitoba, is working with Sault Ste. To implement the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. It was the third time to join Marie (Ontario) and Altona / Rhineland (Manitoba). Brandon is the second largest city in Manitoba and has announced that it will implement RNIP for the next five years. First, a brief description of RNIP is a program that allows foreign workers to apply for immigration through employers facing labor shortages in 11 communities selected for size, location, job opportunities and ability to support newcomers. Eligibility requirements for the RNIP Federal Register are the same in all 11 cities, but there may be slight differences in the conditions for applying for permanent residence, depending on the community recommendation that you must receive in the city where you are applying. Federal eligibility requires one year of experience in the last three years or graduation from a school in eleven cities. In addition, you must receive job offers from employers in 11 cities and meet the minimum language proficiency scores for your job. Finally, you need to verify sufficient settlement funds and prove that you are willing to live in 11 cities. Each year 2,750 permanent residents can be granted permanent residency through the RNIP, and the Brandon region has a goal of granting permanent residency to 100 permanent residents in the first year. There are a few different ways to apply for RNIP in different regions. In the case of Brandon, applicants interested in RNIP must first create a Permanent Resident Application Profile and then find and apply for a career in the city of Brandon. The list currently includes several occupations related to drafting technicians, dental technicians, and the meat processing industry. If you do so, Brando's Economic Development Corporation department will review your application and forward it to your employer if it meets the minimum requirements for technical, educational and work experience. The applicant will then be screened by the employer, and those who pass the process will receive a permanent permanent employment offer. Subsequent applicants can then apply for Brandon's community recommendation. Top-ranked applications for community recommendations are reviewed monthly and approved, suspended, or rejected. Only RNIP candidates approved for Community Recommendation can apply for permanent residence through the Canadian government. Withholding applicants will continue to be reviewed for up to six months, and rejected applicants may be able to reapply, depending on the reasons for the refusal. So far, only three cities out of a total of 11 cities have implemented the RNIP, and some cities, such as Vernon and BC, who have decided to implement the RNIP since January 2020, have announced in advance that the implementation will not proceed immediately and will be postponed. There is. Although RNIP is receiving a lot of attention due to its simpler requirements than other immigration methods, it is not yet published in detail, so it is expected that it will be easier to obtain permanent residence as well as other immigration methods.
Improving immigration invitations to parents in 2020
In addition to the newly introduced sponsoring parents and grandparents programme in January 2019, the 2020 parents and grandparents programme will be open soon. The Canadian government has not yet announced exactly when it will open and how the application process will take place. However, if we check the process of federal elections in last October 2019, there is a chance of a new improvement for the new parents, grandparents sponsorship programme. Two big factors that can be expected to improve are the economic efficiency occurring from the sponsorship and the dissatisfaction of traditional selection methods from many people. Earlier this year, the immigration office announced a limit of 21,000 parents and grandparents sponsorship programme for the next three years from 2019. The strict limit on immigrant parents and grandparents is due to the costs and benefits that Canada have to be burdened by. Canada has no choice but to prefer a Canadian-experienced immigrant who can contribute more work time and taxes or a young immigrant who comes to Canada to work than a parent or grandparent. They are also worried that if their parents or grandparents immigrate, Canada will spend more on health care and subsidies support than they spend on working time in Canada. But there is also economic justification for parents and grandparents coming to Canada. The housework, childcare, family, and emotional stability they provide allows other family members who work during that time to focus on more work or society. This means that immigrant members can generate more savings and more income both socially and economically in Canada. In terms of social benefits, as family members with strong ties—parents and grandparents— settle down in Canada, it is highly likely that other family members will take root in Canada and become a greater foundation for Canadian society. In the last year, we have been improving immigration methods for parents and grandparents in various ways over the last decade. In 2011, we received 165,000 applications, but due to too many applications, the process took more than five years. In 2017, a lottery system was introduced, and interested applicants were randomly selected and applied to apply within 30 days of the invitational immigration. At first, it received a lot of support. However, because of the 30-day application period, many applicants who did not take family immigration seriously also applied and it was waste of selection. There were some cases where applicants who actually wanted to apply could not apply because it was a random selection. In 2019, with the new first-come, first-served basis method, 100,000 applicants applied just in 10 minute. Due to the limit number of invitation for 21,000, there were more than 21,000 people who could not even apply and some people were not satisfied with this selection. Despite of various methods Canada immigration office tried, due to the limit on the number of application, they are still searching for the best way to satisfy all people. Although 2020 method and application process for the parents and grandparents sponsorship programme are not yet announced, as Canada immigration office is aware of problems, people expect to be improved. We hope that by 2020, a new parents immigration programme will be improved to a more acceptable way of immigration through economic benefits and fair application methods.
Working Holiday Open! From employment to permanent residence
International Holiday Canada (IEC) has finally opened in 2020 Working Holiday, which applies to applicants with Korean nationality. The IEC program is a useful method of obtaining a work permit that is open to young people who are temporarily living in Canada and seeking a career. This is a program that has always received a lot of attention because it can lead to permanent residence in the future. The IEC is divided into three major programs: Working Holiday, Young Professional, and International Co-op. Among them, Working Holiday is available to applicants with Korean nationality. Working Holiday is simply an Open Work Permit that allows you to work for one year in Canada. There are five main conditions for obtaining this. • Korean nationality (Korean passport holder) • Age 18-30 • Over $ 2,500 in settlement funds • Applicants with no problems entering Canada • Possession of Korea • Applicants who already have Working Holidays in the past cannot apply. As you can see, with the exception of age conditions, the conditions for applying are not demanding and have many advantages. The great thing about Working Holidays is the freedom of employment because you can get an Open Work Permit to work with any Canadian employer for a year. You can also work with two or more employers at one time instead of just one, which can reduce your financial burden in Canada. At the end of the Working Holiday, you can switch to a Work Permit through LMIA or another Permit, and if you have a working holiday work permit, you can be recognized as a work experience when applying for permanent residence. The process for applying for a Working Holiday is divided into six steps. 1. Opening a CIC Account Verifying Eligibility 2.Register IEC: Working Holiday profile 3. Draw on Invitations that are automatically drawn 4. Accept within 10 days of receiving the invitation 5. Submit relevant documents within 20 days of acceptance 6. Receive Work Permit upon entering Canada after approval Experience gained through Working Holidays is available through Express Entry or PNP, and the experience you gained will be a great help in getting an Invitation. In 2020, a total of 4,000 Working Holidays will be announced. The Working Holiday will be a random draw and the number of drawers will be determined per year. Although not on a first-come, first-served basis, it's best to accept as soon as possible as the number of drawers decreases as the round goes on, and you'll be invited early. If you are under 30 years old and have never applied for a working holiday, we recommend that you apply at least once! I hope you don't miss out on this working holiday.
Biometrics is possible in Canada
The biometrics, introduced from December 31, 2018 to identify foreigners entering Canada, changed on December 3, 2019. The two biggest changes are the opening of a new Biometrics Center in Canada and the applicant requirements. Previously, in order to receive Biometrics, you had to visit Biometrics centers in Korea or third countries. As a result, applicants who had already lived in Canada had to go to Korea or the United States when they needed Biometrics and re-enter Canada, but from this December 3, 2019, it is not necessary. 58 new Biometrics Centers have been opened across Canada and applicants already residing in Canada can receive Biometrics without leaving. This helps to reduce unnecessary travel or time wasting. In addition, there were changes to the conditions for applicants to apply for Biometrics on December 3. Previously, only immigrant applicants applying from outside Canada had to submit fingerprints and photographs. However, from now on, unless you are exempt, applicants from Canada also need Biometrics. In addition to receiving new Work Permits, Study Permits, and Visitor Permits, if you are already in Canada, you will need to obtain Biometrics as well. Those permits will allow to extend your legal stay in Canada, and if you do not have valid Biometrics, you must submit it. Also, people from 14 to 79 years old applying for permanent residence through family class (economic immigrant), Refugee class (refugee immigrant) need to have new Biometrics even if they have already received biometrics via Biometric as Visitor, Study or Work in the past. Canadian citizenship and permanent residency holders are exempt from Biometrics. The first step for the Biometric process is to apply for the permanent residence, Work Permit, Study Permit, and Visitor Permit. You will then receive a Biometric Instruction Letter (BIL), which will provide you with a list of Biometrics service centres to choose. Afterwards, people who need to take Biometrics must make an appointment in advance to provide fingerprints and take pictures. It is necessary to bring BIL with you when you visit Biometrics service centre within 30 days of receipt of a request. Applicants, including Canadian residents who wish to travel abroad, can provide biometric information at the Visa Application Center (VAC) in any country where they are legally permitted to enter. Although Biometrics does not affect the application processing time, it is still necessary to complete the Biometrics within 30 days of the request. It is better to book it through the application centre as soon as requested to proceed PR or any permits as soon as possible.
Effect of English or French ability on the application for permanent residency
If you are preparing for a permanent residency in Canada, you must have heard of language proficiency test. Then, do you know how much it affects to your application for permanent residence? It is required to have a English or French language proficiency test for the most Canadian permanent residency programs. In some cases, some programs state that it is not mandatory, but you may be requested to submit a language proficiency test result based on an examiner's judgment. As a result, it is difficult to apply for permanent residence without English or French test scores. The reason why an English or French test is necessary for permanent residency in Canada is because immigrants who are fluent in English or French are more likely to contribute to Canada's workforce and society after immigration. For example, one of the popular Canadian permanent residency programmes, the Canadian Federal Immigration Program, Express Entry (EE), calculates a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score based primarily on human capital factors such as age, work experience, and language skills. The language skills are determined by the English or French language proficiency test and you can get maximum total 290 points in the ranking system. The total number of points in the ranking system is 1200 and in order to receive invitations, the average score should be around 460-470. If you can get up to 290 points in language scores, this can in no way be negligible. In other words, assuming that 460 points are required to get a permanent residency invitation, this means that up to 63% out of total score can be made from language skills. One of the reasons that many Canadian students were able to obtain permanent residency in Canada these days is that the language skills that were developed by studying abroad greatly supported them. There are currently about 600,000 international students in Canada, half of which aim to obtain permanent residency. 25% of the 90,000 applicants who achieved the Canadian Permanent Resident Status (ITA) in 2018 were international students with Canadian degrees or diplomas. Depending on the application program, CLB7 or higher is usually required when applying for permanent residence for Express Entry programs and CLB4 or higher is usually required when applying for PNP or state immigration programs. Of course, it varies from state to state, but even if the minimum score required by the state is usually CLB4, the higher the CLB is, the better chance it will be to get enough score for permanent residency. Because language proficiency testing continues to play a large role in obtaining permanent residency in Canada, it is important to improve your language skills if you have a goal to move to Canada. The emphasis on language skills may be discouraging for some people, but from the other side, the language test is valid for two year, so making sure your language scores in advance will make it easier to apply for permanent residence in the future.
How old can your children emigrate together?
Canada has many images for family and children, such as natural environment, leisure time, and education environment. In other words, many of the reasons for immigrating to Canada are to decide to immigrate for the sake of their children's education, for their future, for spending more time with their children, and of course, they should be able to understand exactly whether they can get permanent residency when their parents immigrate. Sometimes applicants who are preparing to immigrate to Canada for their children are not sure what conditions or variables they should meet to immigrate to Canada with their children, and sometimes they are unable to immigrate with their children because they miss the right time. Even if you can't immigrate together, you should also be aware of how your children can immigrate in advance. There are only two things that parents need to check if they want to immigrate with their children. First, you must meet your child's age requirement. Conditions change depending on whether your child is 19 or 22. If your child is under 19, you can move with your parents without any other conditions. If your child is 19 years old and under 22, you can immigrate with your parents if your child is single. If your child is in a non-married marriage or a "common-law" marriage, you cannot immigrate with him, even if he is 19 or under 22. Also, although you are single when you start immigration, you must remember that if you change into a marriage or marriage while you are in progress, you will lose your co-child's immigration terms. If your child is 22 years old or older, you can move with your parents if you have relied on them for financial support from before the age of 22 and cannot financially support yourself due to your mental or physical condition. The second condition is to prove the relationship between parents and children. It is essential that we present as a document that the relationship between parents and children is legally Parents and their children have a real blood relationship, but if they can't prove their legal relationship as a document, they won't be able to apply together in the application form. If children are forced to move with their parents because they do not meet the above conditions, they must prepare themselves for immigration to Canada. Usually, in this case, the method that you use a lot is to have a career after graduating from school in Canada, and to prepare for immigration. Preparing for immigration on your own may take more time and effort, but it may still benefit from the fact that your parents are in Canada. That's why parents must state that they have children when applying for permanent residency, even though they may not be able to immigrate with their parents at first. Even if your child is not able to immigrate with you, if you don't specify that they have children, you may face disadvantages in future if your child immigrates on their own. Since the most reason for immigrating to Canada is to live a happy life with my family, I hope that when I prepare for immigration, I can check how long I have to prepare for my children and get good results.
What to do after a green card is obtained
From now on, if you receive your Canadian green card through experience immigration, invitation immigration, business immigration, or any other means of immigration, you should prepare for permanent residency in Canada through permanent residency. If you already have a work permit or study permit with you in Canada and you get a permanent residency, you can easily pass it by because there is no big change in sight. There are four main areas: SIN reissuance, permanent residency, permanent residency benefits, and child education. The first and most important thing is to let the government know that we have finally received a green card. The first thing to do is to update your original Social Insurance Number (SIN) to a permanent resident. You will visit your nearest Service Canada and update your existing SIN with your new SIN number, which is now permanently used in Canada. After receiving such a new SIN, you should inform the bank and various agencies that the SIN has changed and update it. Also, when you do a tax report, you have to report it with a new SIN, so if you have an accountant, you must deliver a new SIN. The second thing to do is to prepare in advance for the extension of Canadian citizenship or permanent residency, which should be applied later. To acquire Canadian citizenship, you must live in Canada for three years in the last five years and two years in the last five years to extend Canada's green card. Therefore, if you go abroad, you must record when and when you went to the country to make it easier for you to apply for an extension of your citizenship or permanent residency and to calculate your minimum residence date. For your information, if you travel abroad, you must have a PR card to enter Canada, so you must carry a PR card on your overseas trip, and you must check the expiration date of this PR card and extend it on time. The third thing you need to find out is the benefit that Canadian permanent residents receive for free. There are institutions that introduce free English classes and employment for new permanent residents when they acquire permanent residency in Canada. Most non-profit organizations are introducing SINs, health insurance, driver's license applications, and school registration methods. A representative group is the SUCCESS, MOSAIC, and OPTION. Also, children benefits, bank interest rates for new permanent residents, and mortgage loans are available for additional benefits, so anyone planning to buy a house is recommended to consult a bank. Fourth, if you have children, you must tell them that you have acquired permanent residency at their school. Since children may be different from going to school on Study Permit and going to school with a permanent residency, they should be able to talk to the school in advance at the same time. It is important to remember that receiving a green card does not end and that in order to maintain it, as mentioned above, you must periodically extend your green card by obtaining Canadian citizenship or filling your residence in Canada. Since I received this green card through hard work, I hope to create a new life in Canada through the acquisition of citizenship or periodic extension of permanent residency.
Quebec Investment Migration Provisional Suspended
The Canadian Immigration Service says the Quebec Investor Program, which was eligible for permanent residency through investment in Quebec, will be temporarily suspended from November 1, 2019. With the exception of the great deal of the $1.2 million investment in Quebec, immigration is easier than the exacting conditions of any other immigration program. It has always been a program that many applicants are interested in because they were able to obtain permanent residency. However, according to the Minister for Immigration in Quebec, more than 20,000 applications for investment in Quebec are still piling up without being processed, so we have announced an end to investment immigration by July 1, 2020. We have also indicated in advance that the outage period may be shorter or longer if we review it once again within Quebec. Investing in Quebec, if you invest 1.2 million dollars, you can return it to the government five years later without interest, and you can get a green card by giving up interest for five years. Investors also needed more than $2 million in net worth and more than two years of management experience. While this investment migration has helped Quebec receive a lot of financial support, it has also been unwelcome to the way it seems to pay for permanent residency and citizenship. With the suspension of investment immigration to Quebec, Quebec has announced new applications for its business and self-employed programs. Business Min will receive 25 applications, while Ja Young Min will receive 35 more applications. For your information, there is capacity only for business people in Quebec, and for those who are fluent in French, there is no limit to capacity. Applicants who were waiting for Quebec investment immigration can either proceed through other immigration methods or prepare to immigrate through business people, a similar investment method. It is very similar to Quebec investment immigration as a way for applicants with business experience to apply for a certain amount of business ownership. Federal investment was suspended in 2014, followed by a halt to investment in Quebec in 2019. On the other hand, experienced immigrants such as business people, self-employed people, small-town immigrants, RNIPs, AIPPs, or farm workers are on the rise. At the same time, immigration in Canada seems to prefer immigrants who can give Canada real skills or experience over immigration that can work financially.
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