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Ray of hope - FSW - 1

willapp

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/moderna-delay-1.5990166



According to this, about 30% will have received double dose while the rest will have received single dose by the end of June. I don't know jack about these things but even a single dose is said to be quite protective. Meeting this target could quite possibly end the pandemic for Canadians by the end of June. Around the same time the USA will probably also have ended the pandemic which is convenient since they share a border. Let's hope FSWs finally get lucky this summer.

By the way these figures neglect the vaccine production capacity increase we might see around the globe within the next 3 months. Canada might even surpass 50 mil by July.
It’s not going to be that straightforward. In the US there are millions of vaccines unused and potentially wasted because many people won’t take the vaccines. Not even half of the people are fully vaccinated.
Even if Canadians are much more willing to take vaccines. Canada vaccine delivery is a disaster and had only bad news so far.
 

NavjotS123

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Jul 6, 2019
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hello, i was just going through the immigration targets and if somebody can enlighten me with this ---> this yr target = 400K out of which 60% is economic migration--> 240K now out of which federal high skilled is 108K only and with these new programs of 90K plus if CEC 6K *2= 12K per month continues till the end of the year, dont you think canada will be covering double its federal high skilled quota?
 

voyager123

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hello, i was just going through the immigration targets and if somebody can enlighten me with this ---> this yr target = 400K out of which 60% is economic migration--> 240K now out of which federal high skilled is 108K only and with these new programs of 90K plus if CEC 6K *2= 12K per month continues till the end of the year, dont you think canada will be covering double its federal high skilled quota?
yes, what I tried to say earlier. the 90k is probably inteded to cover up almost all of 2022's quota. they'll take their applications this year until november and their processing will be fast enough since they're all in canada. they'll all most likely be given PRs in 2022.
 

NavjotS123

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Jul 6, 2019
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yes, what I tried to say earlier. the 90k is probably inteded to cover up almost all of 2022's quota. they'll take their applications this year until november and their processing will be fast enough since they're all in canada. they'll all be given PRs in 2022.
so that means no FSW for next year as well? oh, that would suck seriously.
 

voyager123

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so that means no FSW for next year as well? oh, that would suck seriously.
no one can know, we'll have to wait and see. nonetheless, the 90k stream means 90k less FSW invitations. my guess is if canada is planning to have FSWs land in 2023 then their applications will probably need to be taken around the june-sept of 2022 since processing FSWs takes about a year. but no one can know.
 

voyager123

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yep that means only one thing to me " gotta start with french"
definitely. or pay a canadian school $20-30k for a one year long program if you can afford it. you get canadian credentials fairly quickly, a PGWP, and usually get employed quite fast after getting your degree. and of course, you may later qualify for CEC.
 
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Mercedes2021

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definitely. or pay a canadian school $20-30k for a one year long program if you can afford it. you get canadian credentials fairly quickly, a PGWP, and usually get employed quite fast after getting your degree. and of course, you may later qualify for CEC.
This is definitely not true. It really depends on the major of the study and the province as well
 

voyager123

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This is definitely not true. It really depends on the major of the study and the province as well
it does depend on one's major and the province, that's why it says usually, not always. you get employed quite fast (by canadian standards?) if you're outside of QC with a STEM degree. that's what I see from the academic circles around me.
 
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NavjotS123

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Jul 6, 2019
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it does depend on one's major and the province, that's why it says usually, not always. you get employed quite fast (by canadian standards?) if you're outside of QC with a STEM degree. that's what I see from the academic circles around me.
20k-30K CAD is the minimum that one would be paying for a year including the accommodation
 

RajKannan

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Dec 10, 2019
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Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
4164
AOR Received.
26-11-2020
Med's Done....
31-10-2020
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/moderna-delay-1.5990166



According to this, about 30% will have received double dose while the rest will have received single dose by the end of June. I don't know jack about these things but even a single dose is said to be quite protective. Meeting this target could quite possibly end the pandemic for Canadians by the end of June. Around the same time the USA will probably also have ended the pandemic which is convenient since they share a border. Let's hope FSWs finally get lucky this summer.

By the way these figures neglect the vaccine production capacity increase we might see around the globe within the next 3 months. Canada might even surpass 50 mil by July.
US set a target of 100 million doses in 100 days, but they achieved 200 million doses in 80 days. So the target will only increase (provided no obstruction in vaccine production), but will not decrease. If Canada gets its supply from around the world on time, then we may see a great improvement by mid June. Also, Canada cannot drag this vaccination blunder to Fall, as colder season means slow Vaccination . So Canadian gov will have to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. Fingers .
 

RajKannan

Star Member
Dec 10, 2019
142
59
31
USA
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
4164
AOR Received.
26-11-2020
Med's Done....
31-10-2020
hello, i was just going through the immigration targets and if somebody can enlighten me with this ---> this yr target = 400K out of which 60% is economic migration--> 240K now out of which federal high skilled is 108K only and with these new programs of 90K plus if CEC 6K *2= 12K per month continues till the end of the year, dont you think canada will be covering double its federal high skilled quota?
They have to catch up last years quota as well. FSW may return in fall. But Canada has to issue PR to almost everyone who are already in the process to achieve their target from 2020 and 2021.