SOME PEOPLE THINKS THAT I AM LYING REGARDING CIC IS WORKING AND COMPLETE THEIR BACKLOG IN TWO YEAR(TWO HALFS).SOME PEOPLE RECEIVE E-MAIL THAT THEIR FILE WILL NOT PROCESSED IN 2012 WHICH IS TRUE. BUT IT MEANS THAT THEIR FILE WILL PROCESS IN 2013 WHICH MEANS THAT THEY COMES IN ANOTHER HALF.THESE ARE THOSE PEOPLE WHO RECEIVE THEIR SECOND AOR IN DEC,JAN OR MORE.ONE OF MY FRIEND RECEIVE MAIL THAT UR FILE IS PROCESS IN 2 YEAR ON 5 TH DEC2010. SOO COOL AND HAVE PATIANCE.READ THE NEWS CARE FULLY WHICH I POST EARLIER TOO. I THINK BEFORE 20 DEC OR JAN 1ST WEEK ONE HALF RECEIVE MAIL REGARDING DOCUMENT REQUEST FROM NEW DELHI CIC . IF CIC DO SO THEN THEY COMPLETE THE TARGET OF 57000 VISA TO SKILL WORKS.IF WE CALCULATE MI2 IS ALMOST FINISHED AND MI3 IS NOT CROCESSING MORE THAN 6000 APPICATION.THEN COMES MI3(PREJUNES). WE HAVE SEEN THAT MOST PREJUNES HAVING DUAL STATUS(WHICH MEANS THAT SOME PEOPLE APPLY IN 2OO4-2008 AND THEY AGAIN APPLY IN PREJUNES).SO IF CIC WORKS ON PREJUNES THEIR BACKLOG OF 2004-2008 IS AUTOMATICALLY REDUCED.BUT TWIST HERE IS THAT THEY PENDING MI3 FOR ONE YEAR.
Skilled Worker Inventory as of July 01, 2011 (Cases)
New Delhi CHC Selection Decision Final Decision Total
Assessment for Eligibility 1789 501 7421
4000 FILES IN 2012 AND 3421 IN 2013 WHICH RECEIVES MAILS
News Release – More Federal Skilled Workers for Canada in 2012
Ottawa, November 3, 2011 – The Government of Canada is planning to welcome more federal skilled workers in 2012, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) remains the principal avenue for permanent immigration to Canada. In 2012, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) plans to welcome 55,000–57,000 federal skilled workers, up from 47,000–47,400 in the 2011 Immigration Levels Plan.
"“The government's number one priority remains the economy. We recognize the importance of immigration to our labour market and we value the contributions of skilled immigrants who add to our international competitiveness,”" said Minister Kenney. "“We are committed to facilitating the arrival of the best and the brightest to our country.”"
An important milestone was reached this year when the backlog of FSW applications prior to the launch of the 2008 Action Plan for Faster Immigration was reduced by more than 50 percent – two years ahead of schedule. The higher range in 2012 will support labour market responsiveness and sustain progress on backlog reduction.
CIC completed an extensive evaluation of the FSWP in 2010, showing that the program is working well and selecting immigrants who perform well economically. The report found that 89 percent of FSWs were employed or self-employed three years after landing. Moreover, 95 percent of the employers surveyed indicated that FSWs were meeting or exceeding their expectations. The evaluation indicated a strong continuing need for skilled immigrants in Canada.
"“CIC will continue to ramp up efforts to modernize our immigration system to make it more nimble and responsive to labour market needs,”" said Minister Kenney. "“Following nationwide consultations this past spring on proposals to improve the Federal Skilled Worker Program, we are actively exploring policy options on the way forward.”"
A summary report of the consultations is being finalized and will soon be available on the CIC website.
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