Latest developments in Australian and Canadian Immigration
To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you main headlines about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything you need to know, and some things that you may not need to know but are just fun to know, in five minutes before you start your day.
1. Canada may lift international student travel restrictions - CIC News has obtained a letter that suggests the Canadian government is looking at ways to welcome more international students for the fall 2020 semester.
2. Canada exempts U.S. students from travel restrictions, but there's a catch - Some U.S. students can enter Canada as long as they show their trip is non-optional and non-discretionary.
3. On July 23, 2020 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued 3,343 invitations in their Express Entry draw. The minimum CRS score was 445.
There is no doubt that the COVID 19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the 2019-20 Skilled Migration program. However, the global Coronavirus pandemic was not the only major event that influenced last year's program.
Among other changes, the last program year saw the development and implementation of the new skilled regional visas and a major update on the definition of regional Australia. A revised Skill Select points test also came into effect at the end of last year, affecting all undecided applications and EOIs in the skilled migration pool.
After months of remaining in suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia's general skilled migration is likely to witness some activity ahead of the full nomination allocations as part of the Budget process in October.
Immigration SA has received a limited number of places for its general skilled and business programs to assist the state's economic and public health recovery amid the on going health crisis.
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