A lot has been going on with the Canadian Immigration policy recently. With CIC announcing the 43rd draw today, it is expected that the immigration policy changes currently under discussion by Mr. McCallum will be announced soon.
University of Alberta is facing concerns over the racist posters found in the university, it’s difficult time for third world people staying in such places. Immigration Minister McCallum has also confirmed in his statement that not everyone is open and welcoming to his idea of immigration laws and policy changes. There is a considerable percentage of people who think that the immigration process is working just fine and should have stricter laws imposed instead of pulling all plugs out.
The most important statement coming from the stable of Ontario MP Kellie Leitch’s saying that, all immigrants should be screened for “Anti-Canadian Values”. She said that a large number of supporters are positive towards implementing this initiative and she will be forwarding this proposition to CIC once the immigration changes are announced in fall by the immigration ministry.
With all the uncertainties lurking on the immigration policy announcement, OINP offices have been instructed to work in overdrive mode to clear all possible backlog before the office sends out more nominations in coming November. And with the month of September almost over, we are expecting the announcement for policy changes is going to be delayed further.
Today CIC announced 43rd draw with a CRS score of 483 points sending out invitations to 1288 aspirants. Unless CIC is desperate to clear the backlog or it has instructions to block out some quota of immigrants for the incoming refugees, we expect CRS to come down further in future draws.
It remains interesting to see where the immigration policies are headed, especially considering Former prime minister Brian Mulroney jumping into the debate of Anti-Canadian values and stating that the current immigration policies are doing just fine and needs no tweaking.
Canadian Immigration is awaiting a defining policy change with SINP revoking nominations and OINP considering changes in nomination laws, it remains interesting to see what today’s draw holds for aspirants.