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Quebec Skilled Worker Program

Second round open January 18 2016


Increasing Number of Candidates for Canadian Immigration Expected to be Invited to Apply in 2016 Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) launch the Express Entry selection system on January 1, 2015,

They are to deliver more in future , it has been a year with much change in the air.2016 looks set to continue in the same manner, and the prospects for Express Entry candidates in particular appear positive.



What’s New for 2016.


A webinar hosted by CIC on December 16, 2015, There were some important announcements regarding the short- and medium-term future of Express Entry:


The number of invitations issued per round is expected to increase as the pre-Express Entry inventory of applications is finalised. In turn, it is expected that the minimum score of those that are invited to apply will drop.


Invitation to Apply (ITA)


For many candidates throughout 2015, the primary goal has been to get in the Express Entry pool and increase their ranking within the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Without being in the pool, individuals are effectively invisible to CIC when a draw is made. Candidates who receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) have only 60 days to submit a complete application for permanent residence.


A number of candidates so far have had to decline at least one ITA. This reality was borne out when CIC released its mid-year Express Entry report, and such situations are part of everyday discussion on the Canada Immigration Forum. With no guarantee that re-entering the pool will result in another ITA being issued at a later draw, declining an ITA typically entails a degree of risk.

With the latest

Completing the forms

A single applicant who has received an ITA is presented with seven new forms in his or her profile. These forms are used by CIC to substantiate the information provided when the applicant first created the profile, as well as to learn new information about the applicant and his or her family members, if applicable.

The seven forms are titled: Personal Details, Contact Details, Study and Languages, Application Details, Representative, Work History, Personal History, and Travel History. Each form has a number of sections within it.

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