(PRWEB UK) 9 December 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that the changes have been introduced to make the visa application and processing system more efficient and user friendly, including some major adjustments to the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) programme. It is hoped these will help to manage intake, maintain reasonable processing times and prevent a backlog from developing.
It comes as the department is planning to welcome approximately 15,000 individuals under the CEC in 2014. The same language criteria for applicants will apply, however this is expected to be verified upfront, to ensure that those do not meet these requirements will be screened out earlier, thus leaving staff able to concentrate on those more likely to qualify.
Offering free Canadian visa assistance, Interdean are dedicated to keeping up to date with the latest industry news and developments. A representative from the firm explains how changes to visa requirements can be confusing.
“Visa applications have a reputation for being complicated, which is why we offer our customers free advice and assistance. Whilst these particular changes are very positive it can still be difficult to keep up to date with what is expected of you, which is why if you’re moving to Canada, we can check your application and offer suggestions to help it get accepted first time.”
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