Canada has introduced some major changes in its immigration policies on 26 June 2010. Canada has introduced a modified Occupation in Demand List, which includes new professions like Primary Production Manager (excluding agriculture), Claims Examiners, Biologists and Rebated Scientist, Architecture, Social Workers, Pharmacists, Adjusters at the same time as delete few other occupations in the previous 38 list.
It is binding for all FSW applicants to have sufficient experience in any one of all the twenty nine in demand specialized fields or should have an appointment letter to be entitled for permanent residency in Canada. But there are some limits imposed on this liberal policy as well. Canada will consider only 20,000 applications in one year and maximum 1000 applications will be accepted from each of 29 occupations. But those candidates who previously have job offer from his employer will not be counted in the limited cap.
Now, all the Canadian experience class candidates and FSW will have to put forward their complete and correct file which includes their IELTS score to the Central Intake Unit when they will be filing their visa application. With this modification there is a likelihood that the immigration of foreigners to Canada will hold up.