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Major Improvements Made To Canadian Experience Class
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As per a report, the concerned Canadian authorities have amended the immigration scheme meant for the well-known Canadian Experience Class (CEC). For those who came in late, the CEC is a specific immigration class meant for the nation’s temporary overseas employees who want to gain the country’s prized Permanent Residence Status. The requirements for the said class are based on a pass or fail mold. In case the bare minimum conditions are fulfilled, the candidate is qualified to submit a petition under the plan.
Coming back to the news at hand, the latest laws for eligibility will come into force sooner than later. Sharing particulars about the matter, the current immigration minister reportedly stated that there will be a fresh yearly upper limit on the figure of submissions to be duly entertained through by the CEC. Therefore, limited figure of petitions will be admitted in certain vocations even while there will be an amendment in the time of the evaluation of the language skills.
Professions Removed under CEC
These six vocations are not covered in the immigration plan for the CEC, namely, Food service supervisors(NOC 6311), Accounting technicians and bookkeepers(NOC 1311), Administrative assistants(NOC 1241), Cooks(NOC code 6322), RETAIL sales supervisors(NOC 6211), and Administrative officers(NOC 1221).
Total annual cap for CEC
A total of 12,000 petitions will be accepted under the CEC, every year. The same will be for the time-frame November 9, 2013--October 31, 2014. The aim of the CIC is to reportedly enable the admission of close-to 15,000 persons, through the CEC, as permanent residents in the country, during the next year. Besides, some sub-limits for some vocations will also be slapped.
There will be sub-limits of 200 petitions each for the National Occupation Classification (NOC) Level Skill Level B (it usually needs college education/ beginner training) professions. Remarkably, no work-related sub-limits will be slapped for the NOC Skill Level O (administration stage), in addition to the as Skill Level A (usually requiring university education). Still, all these will be prone to a total yearly upper limit of the CEC 12,000 submissions.
Up Front Language Skills Evaluation
An up-front language capability appraisal, under the CEC, will be performed even as it denotes that the review of the language skills when the submission is being evaluated in the beginning. Hence, the submissions of the aspirants--not duly armed with language skills--will be sent back (along with their processing charges, of course).
At the present, the language conditions are Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7 for the NOC Skill Level O and Skill Level A professions, the CLB 5 for the NOC Skill Level B vocations. It could be stated that, presently, around 25,000 persons have been permitted to stay in the highly preferred world immigration destination that the nation is, through the program in question.
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