The GLOBEVISA Program Analysis Report is a complete guide on the Canada Skilled Worker immigration program written by experienced former immigration officer. The information is based on exclusive insights from immigration lawyers who are participating in immigration policy revising, and Immigration Program Director (IPD) who conducted in-depth research on the previous selection requirement.
The analysis report is updated prior to the most recent policy change, covering from Saskatchewan, Quebec Skilled Worker Program, Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program along with the provincial nominee program (PNP) in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, New Brunswick and Ontario. It is considered the most reliable reference standard for Canada Skilled Worker Immigration Program on application criteria & policy change.
Canada recently announced number of quotas in the coming three years: 310,000 new immigrants will land in Canada, and the number will increase to 330,000 in 2019, and the number will increase to 340,000. The number of new immigrants of the three years in total would be around 1,000,000. In 2018, among 310,000, economic category has taken 177,500 seats.
Saskatchewan’s 2017 quota distribution is 1.8 times of last year’s. According to coming three-year immigration plan, the overall provincial nomination number of quota issued will continue to increase, making new records. In 2017, Saskatchewan has renewed the occupation list twice, adding new occupations including advertising, sales and marketing, finance, etc
In 2017, the time required to receive Quebec selection certificate CSQ costs 32 months. Therefore, Quebec starts to run invitation schemes by inviting eligible and favoring applicants to apply, which is no more “first-come-first-serve” basis. This sums up that applicants with better eligibility and conditions are more likely to be invited and have successful application