Modification in Canadian Experienced Class by CIC

Freshly, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) simplified its chapter on Canadian Experience Class (CEC) group. This revision includes a new qualifying clause that has to be met by all the applicants applying in this category. Together with this, information concerning application refusals has also been presented.

The Canadian Experience Class was commenced in September 2009. This program entails the work experience as one of the main areas for a visa permit for professionals and students with accomplished work experience. This visa presents a Permanent Resident Status to all the winning immigrants in this category.

The major aim behind this program is to make sure that the chosen candidates are familiar with the Canadian culture, it customs and are able to change as a result. With this, they would also be capable of blending into the society with their language skills in English and French. In addition, it is to maintain the Canadian atmosphere inspite of its multicultural existence. Also, to develop it further. Simultaneously, also availing the fiscal benefits of immigration would added help to develop the country.

The different amendments engage the compulsory requirements of the class, the definition of family members, fulltime work experience and modifications in the submission process. Furthermore the updates about the meet the criteria or not are also included are. These are besides to the changes brought out by the Canadian Language standards and the IELTS in February.

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