(PRWEB UK) 3 October 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that officials are currently looking into ways to make the system “more flexible, fast and fair.” Some of the existing problems have been blamed on applicants not taking the process seriously. Canada’s Citizenship and Immigrations Minister Chris Alexander claims that “We are committed to ensuring that those who play by the rules and work in good faith to become Canadian citizens will not have to wait in line behind people who fail to attend their citizenship test or interview or who fail to submit a residence questionnaire.”
It comes following a cap on applications for federal skilled workers which began in May. Until April 2014, only those who meet certain criteria will be considered.
Assisting those moving to Canada for more than 50 years, Interdean offers a comprehensive moving service, including help from experienced specialists on visa applications and immigration. Naturally the news was of great interest to the team and a representative shares some advice on how prospective candidates can ensure their applications are successful.
“It’s good to hear that more is being done to make sure those who are serious about starting a new life in Canada have the support they deserve. Under new regulations, federal skilled workers must have at least one year of continuous and paid full time work in a single occupation. There is a list of 24 occupations for which workers are being accepted so it is important for people to familiarise themselves with this before beginning the application process.”
Interdean offers free Canadian visa assistance and immigrations advice.
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