terça-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2011

Canada To Admit More Migrants In 2012

Hello everyone !!
Hope u are all having a great week.

Posto hoje para vocês, uma reportagem da Canada Magazine postada mês passado (novembro) sobre Imigração, mencionando entre outras coisas que o CIC pretende dar as boas vindas a 42-45 mil pessoas sob o Programa Provincial (PNP) em 2012.

Confiram toda a reportagem abaixo:

The Government of Canada will continue to provide provinces and territories with a record amount of space to let more immigrants into the country.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) plans to welcome 42,000 to 45,000 people under the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in 2012, including the nominees themselves, their spouses and dependents. This represents an almost seven-fold increase since 2004.
In 2010, over 36,000 people entered Canada under the PNP. CIC is on track to welcome more provincial nominees this year, and 2012 has the potential to set another record high if the provinces submit enough nominations early on to fill their allotted space in the program.
“The Government of Canada recognizes the crucial role the Provincial Nominee Program plays in meeting local labour market needs,” said Minister Kenney. “The PNP has made great strides in sharing the benefits of economic immigration across the country.” Today, 26 percent of all economic immigrants are now destined for provinces other than Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec, compared to 11 percent in 1997. The PNP has also become the second largest source of economic immigration to Canada.
All provinces and territories, with the exception of Quebec and Nunavut, have Provincial Nominee agreements. The PNP gives provinces and territories an active role in immigrant selection as they may nominate for permanent residence individuals who meet specific local labour market needs. Under the Canada-Quebec Accord, Quebec has the sole authority for selecting immigrants to its province. However, these candidates must still meet CIC’s admissibility requirements.
CIC consults regularly with provincial and territorial governments to develop a balanced immigration plan, including the number of anticipated nominations per province. It is important to note that in order for CIC to reach annual admissions targets, provinces and territories must submit sufficient and timely nominations. The Provincial Nominee allotments for 2012 are still being finalized and will be released later on.
“CIC is working closely with provinces and territories to improve the program design, integrity and management of the Provincial Nominee Program,” said Minister Kenney. CIC launched a national evaluation of the Provincial Nominee Program last year and expects to release the results in 2012. The federal, provincial and territorial governments are also moving towards a multi-year levels planning approach for 2013 and beyond. 

See u all later.

3 comentários:

  1. Bom para todos! Que seja assim então!


  2. Que bom. Mas esse Programa Provincial eh diferente do Programa de Profissionais Qualificados?
    Como funciona?

    Sorry minha ignorancia rsrsrs!


  3. Oi Kalyne;
    Então eu não estou muito a par dos programas provinciais. Cada provincia tem um. Mas creio que nao deve ser muito diferente do que é o pro9cesso de profissional qualificado.



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