July, 2020

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Canada’s post-COVID-19 immigration plans extend a legacy

Canada immigration future plan

Canada immigration future plan

There was an online meeting of Canada’s immigration ministers on July 24, 2020. They discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the Canada immigration system.

The meeting was significant considering that the ministers realized the importance of immigration in supporting the country’s economic recovery after the COVID-19 crisis ends.

Each of the 10 provinces and 3 territories of Canada has entered a bilateral agreement with the federal government. The only exception is Nunavut. It enables them to conduct their own immigration programs to invite and bring in economic class immigrants.

Also, regular meetings are convened amongst the 2 levels of government to discuss the current issues in immigration Canada faces and make plans for the future. In the latest meeting, the ministers agreed to go ahead with a strong immigration system.

The collaboration of federal government and the provincial government on matters of immigration must be understood in this context.

Immigration is considered a shared jurisdiction between the federal and provincial entities. But the federal law prevails as per Section 95 of the Constitution Act, 1867. This has been so since the founding of Canada with its first 4 provinces: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.

Plans were discussed between the federal government and the provinces to attract more immigrants. This was in the early years after establishing the Confederation.

The first conference on immigration between federal and provincial governments took place in 1868. In the year that followed, the federal government passed the first ever Immigration Act of Canada in 1869. Today, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) is the main immigration law of Canada.

There was a decline in provincial involvement in immigration until the 1960s. The federal government managed immigration affairs. In 1960, when Quebec wanted more autonomy, there was a change in affairs. Quebec wanted to welcome more Francophone immigrants.

The remaining provinces and territories of Canada also wanted more autonomy over immigration in the 1990s. They wanted to attract those immigrants who met the specific needs of their labor market. Besides, there was also the concern of low birth rates and an ageing population.

It was this situation that led to the launch of Canada PNP (Provincial Nominee Program).

Since 2003, the immigration ministers have met every year. It’s been the longest period of time in the history of Canada that 2 levels of government have sat around a table formally to give shape to immigration policy.

These meetings will continue to happen in the years to come too. There’s a shared constitutional authority and interest of both levels of government to welcome more immigrants to Canada. It will drive these meetings ahead.

In the latest meeting, ministers discussed the impact of COVID-19 on Canadian immigration system. They also discussed regional economic immigration and planning of immigration levels. They considered the approval of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Strategic Plan for Immigration 2020-2023. This would create an outline for Canadian immigration over the period.

The current travel restrictions do affect the country’s ability to welcome new immigrants in the short term. But there is no change in the long-term drivers for increasing the immigration level. Also, in the light of low birth rate and an ageing population, immigration plays a key role in maintaining a positive growth in population. Immigration will also plug the gaps in the labor market.

In the meeting, the ministers also agreed to keep on collaborating in the development of a new Municipal Nominee Program. This is significant in the light of Canada’s struggles to drive newcomers into its smaller cities.

To achieve this, immigration programs like PNP are organised. PNP is tailored to meet the needs of specific regions in Canada. There are federal immigration pilots too that aim at filling the local and regional labor market gaps. Examples of these programs are:

  • the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
  • the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The next meeting of immigration ministers will possibly be conducted in fall 2020. This would be close to the announcement of new immigration levels for the period 2021-2023.

From the immigrant’s perspective, these meetings are significant. In this time of COVID-19 pandemic, such meetings reaffirm the commitment of the government to welcome global talent from all over the world.

Even whenthe pandemic was on, both levels of the government have kept immigration programs going. They welcomed immigrants into the country. This was done through Express Entry draws and PNP draws in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Nova Scotia. The draws under Quebec’s immigration system also contributed to the progress of the Canadian immigration system.

Undoubtedly, the hard work, timely plans, and well-designed immigration policies will drive Canada to more prosperity.

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Canada attracts more AI pros, thanks to immigration policies

Canada AI advantage

Canada AI advantage

Canada has clear pathways for skilled and talented candidates in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Information Technology (IT) to land up in prospective careers and permanent residence.

In June 2020, a study was conducted by the Center for Security and Emerging Technology. The study attempted to examine how immigration policies help in supporting the AI sector and its competitiveness in 5 countries. These countries were France, the UK, Australia, the US, and Canada.

From the findings of the study, it was understood that when compared to the other 4 countries, in terms of immigration Canada came out to be the most flexible and versatile. Canada was also found to be particularly well-suited to support the efforts to draw in highly skilled international workers and compete for AI talent from around the world.

There are distinct reasons why Canada comes on top with its competence to attract new AI talent from other countries. These include:

  • Unlike France, the UK, Australia, and the US, Canada immigration has no imposed limit on how long temporary foreign workers can stay in the country. The duration of the work permit is decided by the employer and the worker work in Canada accordingly.
  • While processing of temporary visas and work permits take from 2 to 8 weeks in Canada, the same takes months in the other 4 countries. The processing time depends on the country the worker is applying from and the job position the worker is trying to take up. Also, the issuance of work permits happens throughout the year in Canada.
  • Canada is the only country among the 5 that permits foreign workers with a work permit or temporary visa to apply for a permanent residence right away. In other countries, such a move can be made only in 3 to 5 years and also depends on quotas.
  • There are over 100 immigration pathways that Canada offers to skilled workers. International talents may well be spoilt for choice.

Coming to Canada’s immigration policies, it has immigration systems like Express Entry which is a melting pot of prospective candidates looking to immigrate to Canada. They come from different parts of the world.

Express Entry, which is an immigration application management system, will have candidate profiles from the world over. They are ranked on the basis of factors like education, work experience, age, and proficiency in English or French language. Candidates who apply through Express Entry don’t need a job offer from Canada to apply for a permanent residence in the country.

Another channel of entry to Canada and specifically its provinces is the PNP (Provincial Nominee Program). Here, the provinces can nominate workers with qualifications and skills they need in their labor market and by the employers in the province.

Provinces like British Columbia and Ontario are the focal points of Canada’s tech sector. Experts in AI and IT will as well aim to immigrate to these provinces.

The Ontario Tech Pilot draw is held to find foreign workers with experience in any of the 6 listed tech occupations. BC PNP Tech Pilot invites candidates ready to immigrate with a job offer in any of the 29 tech jobs listed. They are invited to apply for a provincial nomination.

Canada has an immigration program named Global Talent Stream, which was started in 2017. It provides work visas within 2 weeks to eligible international workers.

Canada also has world’s most advanced AI companies and organizations. They operate across the country from Vancouver and Montreal. These companies play a major role in building the global image and improving position of Canada as a leader in the tech and AI industry.

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Canada rules out virtual marriages to be eligible for sponsorship

Virtual marriages not allowed in Canada

Virtual marriages not allowed in Canada

Canada has ruled out virtual marriages from the purview of Canada immigration policy to be eligible for family-class sponsorship. But foreign spouses of Canadian citizens or residents might still cross the border.

The rule that applies to virtual marriages was introduced by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) in 2015. Then it was decided that only members of the Canadian Armed Forces could sponsor their spouse who they wed from far beyond Canadian territory. These marriages must have had certain conditions that forced them to be done virtually or by proxy.

Proxy marriages are considered greatly vulnerable to abuse as the real couples are not the ones who solemnize the marriage. It becomes easier to force two people to get into wedlock. The restrictive nature of this rule ensures that no victim of proxy marriage get s to be eligible for immigration Canada offers otherwise.

But today, there is confusion and debate whether a marriage solemnized between two genuine persons via video conference owing to COVID-19 travel restrictions should be treated as a proxy marriage.

While a proxy wedding can be done by a representative of the actual couple, virtual wedding involves the participation of the original couple in a virtual ceremony. The ceremony could be held via video messenger, fax or phone.

IRCC’s law is particular that couples must be physically present at their marriage ceremony, only which will qualify them to be considered for spousal sponsorship.

But the fact also is that during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, there has been an exponential increase in demand for virtual marriages. The largest spike was seen in March 2020.

IRCC has been considerate for families, recognizing their need for being together during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. It has even exempted immediate family members to enter Canada if they are arriving to stay for at least 15 days. But even then, it hasn’t made any provision to approve and accommodate proxy marriages.

The option now for couples who have done virtual marriage is to get themselves assessed as common-law partners, provided they meet all requirements to be considered so. They should also have lived together for a minimum of 12 consecutive months. They may even marry if allowed to cross the border, to meet the purposes of IRCC in Canada.

Common-law partners and married couples must prove their marital status to border officers so that they may get exemption from travel restrictions. Besides this, they also must comply with quarantine regulations upon arrival in Canada.

To prove one’s marriage status, a married couple can present:

  • wedding photos and invitations
  • if having children in common, long-form birth certificates or adoption records with the names of both parents
  • proof of marriage registration with a government (national, provincial, or local) authority
  • marriage certificate

To prove their relation, common-law partners can produce:

  • bills for shared utility accounts like:
    • joint utility accounts
    • telephone
    • electricity
    • gas
  • joint leases or rental agreements
  • shared ownership of residential property
  • document proof for both partners showing the same address like:
    • insurance policies
    • driver’s licenses
    • other identification documents

Though Canadian border services will accept marriage certificates issued in other nations, couples still must prove that their marriage is still legally binding in the region where it was solemnized and in Canada.

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Residents of Finland’s new nations list can enter the country

Finland narrows list

Finland narrows list

Finland drops Australia and Algeria from its list of third-country residents who have eligibility to enter the country. This decision was based on the epidemiological assessment as these countries no longer fit the criteria set by the Government of Finland.

The decision came on July 23, 2020, in a meeting in which it was also decided that internal border controls will be again imposed with Switzerland, Slovenia, and Austria.

Since July 13, 2020, the residents of the following countries have been eligible to visit Finland and enter its territory:

  • China
  • Uruguay
  • Tunisia
  • Thailand
  • South Korea
  • Rwanda
  • New Zealand
  • Japan
  • Georgia
  • Australia
  • Algeria

The eligibility decided was in line with the EU Council’s recommendation. In time, further evaluation of the epidemiological situation was done for these countries. It led to the latest decision of excluding Algeria and Australia from the list.

The new list goes like this:

  • China
  • Uruguay
  • Tunisia
  • Thailand
  • South Korea
  • Rwanda
  • New Zealand
  • Japan
  • Georgia

The traffic between Finland and these 9 countries has been restored without restrictions. Only in the case of China, the EU Council’s confirmation of sufficient reciprocity is needed. The government of Finland has again tightened the restrictions on external border traffic with Algeria and Australia.

Essential traffic including return traffic to Finland has been allowed at the external borders since July 13, 2020. Also allowed is transit traffic at airports. Family members of citizens of Finland can now enter the country and fulfil their Finland travel, no matter what their nationality is.

Permission to enter has also been given to berry pickers invited by companies in Finland. This could be through internal and external border traffic. Berry pickers from Thailand is allowed as per the country quota allocated to Finland previously. The quota announced earlier by the Thai authorities was 3,000 pickers.

The decisions of the government on border traffic restrictions will be subject to review in 2 weeks’ time if the pandemic situation permits. If it becomes necessary, new decisions will be made.

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Desperate leavers from Hong Kong may accept UK’s BNO in 2021

The UK BNO visa scheme

The UK BNO visa scheme

There are nearly 3 million Hong Kong nationals who are affected by China’s security laws that are currently imposed on them. Priti Patel, the UK Home Secretary, has announced officially that UK will offer them a warm welcome with BNO (British National Overseas) status conferred on them to help them settle in the country.

As the details of the scheme are now revealed, concerns have started clouding the benevolent gesture. One of the terms is that Hong Kong nationals who reach the UK via this program won’t be allowed to access the state’s public benefits like financial assistance if the job is lost.

Also, these people will be charged £7,000 upon UK immigration to meet expenses related to UK citizenship and visa fees.

Priti Patel has also expressed doubt on those from Hong Kong below the age of 23 could enter the UK. The youth of this age group has been a significant part of protests against the Communist regime in Hong Kong.

The BNO visa scheme of the UK is slated to start sometime in January 2021. Nevertheless, those who want to immigrate to the UK before that can seek leave, provided they declare their intention to apply for a BNO the sooner they are made available. This will be a move outside the rules.

The territory of Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997. Any citizen of Hong Kong who was granted BNO status at that time will be deemed eligible to move to the UK with their spouse and children (if any) living in their household where they are living. The child could even be aged over 18 years.

The UK migration won’t be conditional if the candidate has a job offer or possess a particular skill level. But still, once they are in the UK, they won’t have assistance from public funds. Hence, they must be able to support themselves.

Another factor, the estimates of which could strike up a concern is the cost of the BNO visa. There will be hundreds of pounds charged and immigrants will be charged and estimated £624 annually as immigration health surcharge for NHS services.

The Hong Kong nationals who move to the UK will be eligible for indefinite leave to remain, after they have stayed in the UK for 5 years. This is similar to granting permanent residence, and will be charged £2,389. Another 12 months of stay in the UK will enable them to apply for citizenship in the UK. For this, they will have to pay £1,206 as fees.

For Hong Kong nationals who are too young to qualify for the BNO status, the UK offered to apply for a Tier 5 youth mobility scheme visa. This visa permits young people to work in the UK on a temporary basis.

There is however a new system in the offing for the post-Brexit immigration in the UK. This could be alternately used by youngsters who may try the Tier 5 visa. The aim, as Alistair Carmichael, the Liberal Democrat MP, would put it, is to ensure that nobody is left behind and every Hong Kong national, irrespective of their BNO status, should be given the right to settle in the UK.

The post-Brexit UK immigration system is slated to be launched in January 1, 2021.

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UAE gives fresh guidelines to act on expired visit visas

UAE expired visa rules

UAE expired visa rules

UAE has given fresh orders regarding UAE visitor visa. It says that those who hold expired UAE visit visas have two choices: either leave the country by 11th August 2020 or apply for a grace period of 1 month. The instruction was issued by the ICA (Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship).

Holders of the visitor or tourist visa in the country now have another month to leave, as of July 12, 2020, without paying fines. But ICA has issued a new order giving them the option of renewing the 30-day grace time once more after August 11, 2020.

After exhausting this one chance, the holder of the visit visa or entry permit must leave the country so that he/she can avoid fines.

The UAE authority had reversed the decision to extend residency visas that met its expiry date during the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Then, Brigadier Khamis Al Kaabi, the official spokesman of ICA, had stated that those inside the country who held UAE visit visa that expired on 1st March 2020, will have another month to either leave UAE by August 11 or change their status.

Also, residents of UAE holding permits that expired after 1st March 2020, could renew their residency within 3 months, as of July 12, 2020. The UAE authority has already resumed accepting renewal applications for expired ID cards and residency visas along with other services offered.

The UAE authority has called on its customers to begin with the renewal of expired residency permits of:

  • UAE citizens
  • Expatriate residents in the UAE
  • Citizens of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council)

The UAE authority has also invited people to use the smart services it has on offer on its website (ica.gov.ae). People are also advised to avoid incurring administrative penalties by sticking to the renewal schedule.

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US consulates now open in Austria and Germany

US consulates in Austria and Germany resumes work

US consulates in Austria and Germany resumes work

The US consulates in Austria and Germany have resumed visa services in a limited capacity. These consulates have been shut down temporarily since the COVID-19 pandemic started and US immigration had slowed down.

In Germany, the US has resumed visa processing of non-immigrant visa applications for limited categories. These Visa Application Centers (VAC) are functioning in Frankfurt and Berlin. In Munich, the US has resumed processing applications for F/M/J visas.

The Consulate notification says that US citizens and residents of Germany will receive priority treatment. But third-country nationals who do not reside in Germany won’t be eligible to apply for a visa.

Students of Schengen countries who get a valid M and F visa may be allowed to make direct trips to the USA. But prospective students in need of an M or F visa must make an appointment for a visa interview.

The US consulate in Berlin also instructs that every F and M traveler must have a current I-20 form that complies with all requirements of the Student and Exchange Visitor Program. In-person instructions aren’t necessary for them.

Also, now some categories of travelers may qualify for an NIE (National Interest Exception) following the Presidential Proclamation 9993. This Proclamation prohibited routine travel from the borderless area to the US.

Among the traveler categories that qualify for NIE are:

  • Investors
  • Economic
    • Professional athletes, dependents, and essential staff
    • Senior-level managers and executives
    • Technical experts and specialists
  • Students
    • Academics
  • Public Health

Applicants belonging to these categories who believe their trip is in the national interest of USA should apply for their visas as usual.

The US consulate in Austria has resumed limited visa processing. Priority is given to residents and citizens of Austria.

The appointments have resumed in the US Embassy in Vienna including the categories of:

  • B1 visas
  • E visas
  • J visas
  • M visas
  • F visas

This US Embassy will determine if an applicant may qualify for NIEs under the Presidential Proclamation 9993.

Applicants belonging to these categories who believe their trip is in the national interest of USA should apply for their visas as usual.

The US embassy in Vienna will keep going with processing diplomatic and official visas under the usual process. Besides the NIE categories mentioned above, it provides enumerated exceptions to:

  • minor children and spouses of US citizens or USA’s lawful permanent residents
  • air and sea crew members

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Latest CEC draw rolls out the carpet for 3,343 candidates

Canada Express Entry latest Draw 3343

Canada Express Entry latest Draw

Canada conducted an Express Entry draw on July 23, 2020. Invitations were sent to 3,343 candidates who belonged to the CEC (Canadian Experience Class) category. The candidates qualified for an ITA (Invitation to Apply) in this draw had a minimum CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score of 445.

Comparing to the cut-off score in the previous CEC draw conducted on June 25, 2020, this score was 14 points higher. The entry of more candidates into the pool after the all-program draw 8th July caused the increase in the minimum CRS score required.

CEC draws like this were conducted by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) as part of Canada immigration policy to target specific categories of candidates only since the COVID-19 restrictions started. The CEC draws took place alternatively with PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) specific draws.

On July 22, 2020, IRCC had conducted a PNP-specific draw inviting 557 candidates who received ITAs.

To conduct immigration Canada uses the Express Entry system that manages applications for 3 economic-class programs namely:

The provincial programs run by some Canadian provinces also run aligned with the federal Express Entry system.

The profiles candidates submit to the Express Entry pool are graded based on their CRS scores. The CRS score is determined by considering key factors like work experience, education, age, and proficiency in English or French language. In few cases, even the date and time at which the profile was created also becomes a factor considered for ranking purpose.

A tie-break was applied in this draw. The date and time chosen considered was July 12, 2020, at 15:16:55 UTC. This means that a candidate will be invited if his/her profile was submitted prior to this date and time.

With this draw, the total number of invitations issued this year so far has come up to 57,700. The number is quite impressive as despite going through the COVID-19 crisis, Canada has managed to exceed the number of invitations sent last year at the same period of time.

The facility to submit Express Entry profile is open and candidates may do so even with COVID-19 related restrictions still implemented.

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Canada welcomes 557 EE candidates, invites in 2020 reach 54,357

Canada welcomes 557 EE candidates, invites in 2020 reach 54,357

Canada Express Entry Latest Draw 577

Canada Express Entry Latest Draw 577

In the latest round of invitations held on July 22, 2020, 557 Express Entry (EE) candidates were invited to apply for permanent residence. This brought the total immigration candidates invited this year to 54,357.

In this draw, only those candidates who had already got Provincial Nominee Program(Canada PNP) nominations were sent invites. This means that the original CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score of a candidate was topped up with 600 points. Hence the cut-off score in this draw was 687. This was the lowest CRS required of a candidate for a PNP-specific draw in 2020 so far.

Since Canada closed its borders in mid-March to prevent the spread of COVID-19, this draw was the 9th PNP-specific draw that was conducted for Canada immigration. During the lockdown, Canada focused on alternating between draws that targeted candidates from CEC (Canadian Experience Class) and provincial nomination. It was in early July 2020 that all-program draw resumed since the COVID-19 pandemic.

CEC has been noted for having declining CRS score requirements. The most recent CEC draw had the lowest CRS cut-off score this year as yet.

The tie break rule applied by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) in this draw was November 11, 2019, at 8:51:21 UTC. So, all candidates having a CRS score over 687 and those having scores of 687 with their profiles submitted before the above-mentioned date and time got an ITA (Invitation to Apply) in this draw.

Even though IRCC is not currently sticking to its usual once in 2 weeks all-program schedule, Canada is on track and at the right pace to get to its EE target of 85,800 ITAs in 2020.

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Eligible candidates submit their profiles into the EE pool. There, they are given a GRS score by considering human capital factors like work experience, education, age, and language proficiency in French or English.

The candidates with highest ranks are invited to apply for permanent residence via regular EE draws. Those with scores under the cut-off can improve their scores with options like provincial nomination. Most provinces of Canada and 2 territories now have PNP streams that are linked to the EE system.

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It is time to apply for Dutch visas as visa centers reopen

Netherlands visa center reopen

Netherlands visa center reopen

The Netherlands has decided to reopen its visa application centers that are located abroad. These were closed temporarily following the COVID-19 outbreak. So, now more people start applying for visas like the Netherlands visit visa in different parts of the world.

VFS Global reports that the Netherlands Passport and ID services have started working in Chicago, US after its temporary closure. VFS Global is an outsourcing and technology company that serves governments and diplomatic missions on a global scale. Netherlands has outsourced its visa services to VFS in many countries.

VFS also reports that the Netherlands Visa Application Center in Tokyo is now accepting applications for short-stay in limited numbers. So is the center in Bangkok, Thailand, except that it’s also accepting applications for long-stay.

The Netherlands Visa Application Center in Moscow accepts applications for short-stays.

The visa centers in Morocco’s Rabat and Nador are open just for passport return services. Passport pass-back services are available at the centers in:

  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Beirut, Lebanon
  • Amman, Jordan
  • Accra, Ghana

In Manila, Philippines, seafarers can submit applications for Dutch seafarer’s visa.

In all locations the applicants are instructed to:

  • Take precautions against COVID-19 in the flight
  • Be there at the given time of appointment
  • Adhere to social distancing measures and wearing face masks

Also, the Netherlands embassy in Dublin has resumed offering consular services in limited capacity from July 20, 2020.

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