Temporary Public Policy Introduced by Canada for Foreign Nationals affected by President Trump Executive Order

Temporary Public Policy Introduced by Canada for Foreign Nationals affected by President Trump Executive Order
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Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the government department that looks after immigration and refugee matters in Canada.

IRCC has issued a temporary public policy with the aim to ease certain foreign nationals who have been affected by the Executive Order that was signed on January 27, 2017 by US President Donald Trump.

As per this temporary public policy, foreign nationals who have been affected by the executive order can extend their stay or apply for temporary status in Canada.

Due to US Executive Order, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iraq, and Iran citizens are barred from coming to US for a period of 90 days. Indefinite banned has been imposed on Syrian citizens from entering the United States.

The temporary public policy from IRCC comes soon after the press conference from Canada immigration minister Hussen. According to the statement made by Hussen, he gives assurance to those who are stranded in Canada due to executive order to apply for temporary residency in case the need arises.

The Canadian government has taken up measures that will allow eligible foreign nationals in Canada to live and work in the country temporarily in case they do not have any other means of support.

There is no fee charged on the applications submitted for this type of temporary residency.

Applicants are, however, required to give an explanation as to how they are affected and should meet the admissibility criteria of Canada.

Designated officers have been advised by the policy to consider exemption from Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) for foreign nationals from Somalia, Libya, Sudan, Iran and Syria.

As Ahmed Hussen, the immigration minister of Canada signed the public policy, he highlighted Canada’s approach to act with humanitarianism and compassion, and this public policy is in line with that.

As per the policy foreign nationals can be given exemption from IRPA regulations as per the following situations:

A foreign national can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) in case he or she made travel arrangement to come to US and is not able to do so. Such individuals should be having a visa and related documents that are required to enter US in normal circumstances. He or she should be eligible to enter Canada except for he or she is not able to obtain a Temporary Resident Visa.

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Provincial Nominee Program Advantages and Availability

Provincial Nominee Program Advantages and Availability
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Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada established and started out the Provincial Nominee Program with a view to enable different territories and provinces of Canada to select individuals who show an interest in settling down in a particular territory / province and who will in turn contribute towards the development of that territory / province.

Not all, but most of the territories and provinces participate in the Provincial Nominee Program for Canada immigration.

Advantages of Participating in Canada PNP

When an applicant has Provincial Nomination, his or her application will be processed speedily for Canada immigration. This is one more way to qualify for Canada permanent residency and immigrate to Canada apart from the Canada Skilled Worker program started by IRCC. However, it is not necessary to have provincial nomination to obtain Canada permanent residency.

There are two types of Canada PNP programs. The first one is for skilled workers who get a job offer in a business sector or occupation that fulfill the requirements of that province. The second type of PNP is for business class that allows immigration to people who want to invest money, start a new business or enter a joint venture in a particular province.

Provinces with Skilled Worker PNP Provinces with Business PNP
British Columbia British Columbia
Prince Edward Island Yukon
Alberta Prince Edward Island
Ontario Newfoundland and Labrador
Saskatchewan New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia
Manitoba Manitoba
New Brunswick Saskatchewan
Nova Scotia

 

Availability and Filing the Application

When an application is submitted by an individual the first step is to get an approval from the province. This first step does not take much time in the majority of the cases. Depending on the province where you have applied, the processing time can vary from nine months to as little as two weeks.

Once you get an approval, this means that you have been ‘nominated’ by the province. This is not the end of process for Canada immigration, as security checks, medical and police verification is still required to get it approved from the federal government. This process will usually take another six to eight months depending on the location of IRCC.

Know Your Options

The requirement of every province or territory is different which means you will have to deal with them in a different manner. It is not possible for a normal person to be aware of all the ins and outs for filing for provincial nominee program for a particular province or territory. For best guidance and service you can get in touch with a consultant at Worldwide Immigration Consultancy Services (WWICS).

Professionals at WWICS complaints cell will evaluate your case, including your educational qualification and work experience along with other factors and guide you about the right nominee program. Feel free to ask any question and get your worries removed, WWICS consultant will be pleased to remove the concerns in your mind and facilitate the path to immigrate to Canada. You can read feedbacks from clients in the WWICS reviews section.

Illegal Immigration: Crucial Information For California

Illegal Immigration: Crucial Information For California
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The nation has been ripped by the storm of illegal immigration. California tops the list of state with highest number of illegal immigrants. Certainly, not an accomplishment that one can be proud of. A lot is at stake on how the public policies are framed to address the issue that is at hand. A brief user friendly report has been put forward by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). This report puts out facts that we know about illegal immigration in California.

A new PPIC series has been started with the view to provide accurate and helpful information on issues concerning illegal immigration. The first edition of the series makes effort to provide answer to the following questions: how many illegal immigrants are there among the workers that are there in California? How many of these illegal immigrants have become parents while residing in United States? What Californians feel about the illegal immigrants?

Some crucial findings:

  • Nearly 7% residents of California are illegal immigrants
  • More than half of Californians, nearly 60% want illegal immigrants should be given work permits.
  • Only 4% of people working in United States are illegal immigrants – which is almost half to 7% that are working in California.
  • According to a finding, the number of illegal immigrants coming to the country is more than the number of legal immigrants.
  • Only a small percentage of Californian residents (9%) say that illegal immigrants are a problem for the state. This percentage of people varies in different regions, with 47% Californian residents disliking illegal immigrants.
  • The overall effect on fiscal due to immigrants living illegally has not been determined reliably yet.
  • The topic of illegal immigrants is being talked about by everyone. However, studies have shown that the effect on employment and wages has been miniscule because of them.
  • Illegal immigrants are usually paid low wages and because of this reason high tax revenue is not generated by them.
  • There are a number of illegal immigrants who never collect benefits even though they regularly pay social security taxes.

It is essential to immigrate to any country in a legal manner to reap all the benefits of living in that country. WWICS will help you realize your dream to immigrate in a legal manner.

You can put forward your queries for preparing your Canada visa application file to WWICS complaints cell. You can know about the reputation and the quality of work done here by reading the feedbacks given in WWICS review section.

 

 

Mexican Senator Questions Immigration Status of Donald Trump

Mexican Senator Questions Immigration Status of Donald Trump
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A Mexican senator has put across a demand with the federal government of the country to find out whether U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump visited the country in August 2016 in a legal manner or not.

Luis Humberto Fernandez Fuentes belongs to the party of Democratic Revolution and in a statement he has mentioned that lighting fast one day trip by Donald Trump on 31st August 2016 may have violated the immigration laws of Mexico. Mr. Luis stated that Trump might have entered the country without proper documentation.

Senator Fuentes highlighted an act article from the Migration Act of Mexico, in which case an alien who wants to enter Mexico. US residents do not have to apply for visa if they plan to visit the country for less than 180 days, but they will have to submit their passport.

Mr. Luis wants to know whether Trump went through all the proper channels in order to visit Mexico. He also wants to know whether he had the permission to land his personal jet at the presidential hangar.

He asked that it should be made clear to the general public of Mexico whether Trump was given any special permission to enter the country and what were the reasons given to grant this special permission?

The visit of Donald Trump to Mexico has caused controversies both in United States and Mexico as well. The fact that he went straight to Phoenix, Arizona from the Distrito Federal has caused much concerns everywhere.

During his trip, Trump highlighted his claim that Mexico will pay in full for the wall that is to be built between United States and Mexico. He said that Mexicans do not know about it yet, but they certainly will pay for it.

What all Donald Trump has been proposing till now is more of a marketing gimmick than a reality. It is quite difficult if not impossible to send back all the 11 million illegal immigrants that are living in America.

The plans that are being proposed by Donald Trump is completely opposite from the image of United States that has always been. It has welcomed immigrants with open arms all the while.

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World’s Overlook Countries for Second Citizenship

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Are you bored living in your country? Are you seeking more enjoyment and travel and looking for a better quality of life?

Well, if you have as little as $100,000 as you can purchase citizenship of a small, tropical Caribbean island that will fulfill all your above aspirations. The more the money that you are able to spend the better the country you can live in permanently.

Most of the people look towards Canada, United States and United Kingdom when it comes to making investment and obtain permanent residency. However, there are lists of countries which may not look big enough on the outside but are good option to invest and live in.

St. Kitts and Nevis

It is easy to understand the concept of cash for citizenship. The concept applies well to two Caribbean Islands where you can become legal residents in just few months. The smallest nation of Caribbean Islands, St. Kitts and Nevis is tempting to would be citizens not only for its swaying palm trees, tropical breezes and white sand beaches, but also for providing visa free access to nearly 130 countries and no personal income tax.

Dominica

Dominica is another perfect destination to consider in Caribbean Islands in case you have less money to invest. You should not be confused by this place with Dominican Republic which is running its citizenship by investment scheme since 1993. By making a deposit of just $100,000 to the National Bank of Dominica people can earn citizenship of the country.

The approval is given in only eight weeks from the date of filling the application provided the person is of outstanding character and has basic level of English. From the time, this visa program has been rolled out; more than 2500 people have obtained citizenship by investment.

Antigua and Barbuda

The third Caribbean Island that allows citizenship by investment is Antigua and Barbuda. An applicant will have to make a contribution of $250,000 to the National Development Fund of the country or make an investment in the real estate industry to the tune of $400,000. What an applicant will get in return is visa free access to nearly 120 countries including Canada, France and United Kingdom.

In case you want to learn on how to make investment in the Caribbean Island than you can contact the WWICS complaints cell. A number of people have been helped in obtaining citizenship by investment by WWICS expertise. You can read the WWICS reviews section to know about the quality of service provided here.