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    مُساهمة  المدير العام في السبت فبراير 06, 2010 12:08 pm

    Bill C-50 Changes
    Bill C-50 introduces three dramatic changes to Immigration procedure.
    1. Cases filed in the Economic classes (workers and businessmen) after February 27, 2008 will get a selection decision in six to twelve months.
    2. Visa offices will get an annual quota and once that quota is filled they will return all surplus applications without comment and without taking the processing fee.
    3. Worker cases will be placed in three categories and processed in priority, not in chronological order. Those three categories are AEO first, GOL second, SAP last.
    Canadian immigration law has just gone through a dramatic transformation. A new law, Bill C 50, has created two different systems - one for cases filed prior to February 27, 2008 and one for cases filed after that date. Those filed prior are referred to as Backlog cases and those people have a right to a visa as long as they are qualified and as long as they don't mind waiting. Processing times can be very slow in some countries. Three years is normal, five is not exceptional.
    Those filed after February 27 no longer have a right to a visa. For them the system becomes a lottery. Each country will get a quota and after the quota is full all subsequent applications received in that year will be returned. However everyone will get a decision within a year and no backlog will be permitted to exist.
    These rules do not effect family sponsorships or refugee application or Provincial Nominees. It only effects the Economic Class, which includes businessmen and workers.
    Most of these visas go to workers. Workers are broken into three categories which are then arranged in a priority queue.
    • Priority one is called AEO.
    • Priority two is called GOL.
    • Priority three is called SAP.
    SAP means the client has 67 points and at least one year of NOC qualified work experience.
    GOL means the client has 67 points and at least one year of NOC qualified work experience AND has work experience in an occupation listed on the GENERAL OCCUPATIONS LIST (occupations in high demand). This GOL has not yet been published but is supposed to be published every November.
    AEO means the client has 67 points and at least one year of NOC qualified work experience AND a job offer approved by Services Canada under the ARRANGED EMPLOYMENT OPINION program.
    It is presumed that the quota given to each visa office will always exceed the number of AEO applications lodged there and since AEO has first priority, it is assumed that all AEO applications will be accepted for processing.
    It is also presumed that the combination of AEO and GOL applications will always exceed the number of quota given. This will mean that all SAP applications will be returned and not accepted for processing.
    It is also assumed that the quota will be less than the combined number of all AEO and GOL applications, which means the excess GOL applications will be returned to the applicant. This means some GOL applications will be accepted and some will not. The visa office will not know exactly when to stop accepting GOL applications because they won't know how many AEOs they will get in a year and because of this they will accept more GOLs than they think they can process and return the excess and the end of the year.
    The software the government uses for the cases in the backlog does not allow them to search the data base by occupation and therefore even if the clients in the backlog have GOL experience, the Immigration Department would have no way of knowing this. There are provisions for allowing backlog clients to refilled under certain conditions

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