India Canada Immigration - Good News !!

Canada is reducing the immigraration processing time for Indians who want to Immigrate to Canada. Canada also wants to expedite already applied immigration cases. This was said by the Canadian Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney who visited India from January 11, 2009 to January 18, 2009, and met several Ministers in the Indian government, Indian community and entrepreneurs. He also met immigration staff of Canada immigration offices in India i.e. New Delhi and Chandigarh during his visit to India.

Minister Kenney added that Canadian government has taken extraordinary steps to make stronger the Canada-India relationship. Canada benefits extremely from friendship with the world’s biggest democracy. This is a good news for people who want to get immigration to Canada from India.

The Indo-Canadian population raised several vital issues with him. The main issues regarding canada immigration in india were

· Need to take action against fake immigration consultants operating in India.
· Improvement in visa processing times which is more than 5 years for Indians.
· Encouragement of immigration from Indian students to Canada.
· Build stronger ties between Indian and Canadian businesses.

Minister Kenney intended to work on fulfilling his government’s promise to update the immigration system to make it well-organized and approachable to labor market needs. So the prople who want to get Canada Immigration from India can be benefited from the vigorous steps by Canadian Immigration Minister.


Anonymous said...

Whats abt 2007 applicants

Anonymous said...

what is the current status how. which year files are in process .i am 2007 applicant.from india

abc & xyz

Comrade said...

Currently 2003 are finalizing. Medical request for 2004 are expected to be started in the end of 2010

Anonymous said...

hlo comrade we aplied in aug 2006 for p.r. bt after long tme still we r watng our turn,can tell me plz wn we can gett good news n which years of cases r under process nw?


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