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I suppose there is no reason to keep checking this...
 
 

Carmen01

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Sure but there are much better options out there if one's willing to spend that kinda money... There's only one case where a Canadian degree makes sense; that is if you're getting that degree not for immigration but for your own personal development.
Easy to say if your CoR isn’t “on fire”.
 
 
 

RSub

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Aug 23, 2021
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CPC Ottawa
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Mark Holthe thinks Expess entry may change a bit. NOC based invites may not come to reality until end of 2022. So people can chill for now but be prepared for a little change in the system. Liberal gov will continue to give away PR to fkers in Canada. Holthe genuinely apologized for his remarks that Canada doesn’t owe us anything. He lashed out at incompetence of IRCC and how they treated us all with no decency and dignity. He thinks FSW still not a priority for Canada because IRCC hasn’t indicated that it would be. He suggest you all to learn French. More rural focused programs.
 

Lc4life

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Aug 9, 2021
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Mark Holthe thinks Expess entry may change a bit. NOC based invites may not come to reality until end of 2022. So people can chill for now but be prepared for a little change in the system. Liberal gov will continue to give away PR to fkers in Canada. Holthe genuinely apologized for his remarks that Canada doesn’t owe us anything. He lashed out at incompetence of IRCC and how they treated us all with no decency and dignity. He thinks FSW still not a priority for Canada because IRCC hasn’t indicated that it would be. He suggest you all to learn French. More rural focused programs.
What is NOC based invite though? Why do we need a federal-level PNP?
Does it mean that not all CEC will be invited?
 

NavjotS123

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Jul 6, 2019
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What is NOC based invite though? Why do we need a federal-level PNP?
Does it mean that not all CEC will be invited?
There is no NOC-based invite right now. It might happen in late 2022, till then they will continue to focus on the people inside canada. FSW has no updates, no one is talking about it and no one is interested in it.
 

seadrag0n

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Mar 6, 2018
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What is NOC based invite though? Why do we need a federal-level PNP?
Does it mean that not all CEC will be invited?
FSW is over, liberal party already said they want to increase pathways for temporary residents in their election brochure, they are already doing that and they will make it permanent next year. Maybe PNP will be the only option for FSW's to get ITA.
 
 

NavjotS123

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Jul 6, 2019
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2173
FSW is over, liberal party already said they want to increase pathways for temporary residents in their election brochure, they are already doing that and they will make it permanent next year. Maybe PNP will be the only option for FSW's to get ITA.
Yes, finally we all can agree on this
 

Lc4life

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Aug 9, 2021
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FSW is over, liberal party already said they want to increase pathways for temporary residents in their election brochure, they are already doing that and they will make it permanent next year. Maybe PNP will be the only option for FSW's to get ITA.
Okay... Then NOC based draws are not gonna affect FSW.
My question is: How is this going to be implemented for CEC? Does it mean that ONLY occupation in demand will be drawn from CEC, thus not all CECs would be invited?
If that's the case, doesn't it go against liberal's idea of increasing pathways for temporary residents though? I mean for some CEC: E.g. admin assistant as an example, they might never get an invitation.