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公司創辦人及移民顧問

Andrew Tang

註冊移民加拿大專業顧問
專業移民加拿大顧問(駐多倫多)

William Tam

專業移民加拿大顧問
專業移民加拿大顧問(駐香港)

最新資訊

【疫情更新】 IRCC 恢復處理加拿大移民申請

COVID-19 update: Applicants should start collecting supporting information as IRCC resumes processing of applications in progress

Ottawa, April 12, 2021 – Since the onset of the pandemic, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been working to better serve clients, including by processing applications to reunite families more quickly. We have also prioritized applications for people who are vulnerable, coming for compassionate reasons or providing critical services to Canadians, such as those working in the food supply and health care sectors. In addition, IRCC has been automatically extending deadlines for applicants who have faced delays in submitting required documents due to COVID‑19 restrictions.

As most IRCC offices, visa application centres (VACs) around the world, and application support centers (ASCs) in the United States have reopened, many applicants can now provide the supporting documents needed for IRCC to process their application. As a result, IRCC will no longer be automatically extending deadlines for submitting the required supporting documentation. However, IRCC will continue to provide deadline extensions to clients who are still unable to provide required documentation due to COVID‑19 disruptions. Please read below for detailed information on what applicants need to do to submit the required information or request an extension.

IMPORTANT: You should not travel to another city or country to obtain the required supporting documents. As long as you provide a reasonable explanation of how you’ve been affected by a COVID‑19-related disruption by the deadline, IRCC will extend that deadline for an additional 30 days.

Having clients provide the required supporting documentation will allow IRCC to make timely decisions on their applications, where possible. This will also help minimize impacts to future processing times for all applicants by reducing the current inventory IRCC has and expediting people’s travel to Canada when the travel restrictions are eased.

Foreign nationals whose application for a visitor visa or permanent residence is approved are not eligible to travel to Canada at this time, unless they’re exempt from the travel restrictions.

How this change may affect you

Over the coming months, IRCC officers will contact citizenship, permanent residence and temporary residence applicants, on a case-by-case basis, to request that they provide supporting documents or a reasonable explanation of how a COVID‑19-related disruption prevents them from obtaining this information.

What you need to do if you still have to provide a document in support of your application

  • Check the last email or letter you received from IRCC to confirm what documents you need to provide. As it can take time to get this information, it’s important to start collecting the documents now, so you will be able to submit them on time when we ask for them.
  • You’ll receive another request from IRCC in the coming weeks or months and will have 30 days from the date you receive this new request to submit the supporting documents.
    • If you need to provide your fingerprints and photo (biometrics), book an appointment with your local VAC or ASC as soon as possible. Appointment slots fill up quickly, and some offices are operating with reduced hours of service.
    • Check IRCC’s website to find out if your local VAC or ASC is open and book your biometrics appointment. At your appointment, follow all local public health requirements and bring a copy of your biometric instruction letter.
  • After the 30‑day deadline, an IRCC officer will make a decision on your application, where possible.
    • For citizenship applicants, if we don’t receive your documents after 30 days without an explanation, we may stop processing your application and consider it abandoned, or we may make a final decision if we have enough information.

Even if you receive a confirmation of permanent residence or visitor visa, you likely will not be able to travel to Canada. Only foreign nationals who are exempt from the travel restrictions are eligible to travel to Canada at this time.

What you need to do if you’re still affected by a COVID‑19 restriction or disruption

If you can’t provide the requested documents, IRCC officers will be as flexible as possible.

  • You must provide a reasonable explanation of how you’re affected by a COVID‑19 disruption within 30 days from the date you receive our request.
    • Examples of a reasonable explanation include
      • the temporary closure of the VAC or ASC in your region, which prevents you from providing your fingerprints and photo (biometrics)
      • a regional or city-wide pandemic lockdown that prevents you from obtaining supporting documents, such as a police certificate, or undergoing a medical examination
  • If your request for an extension
    • is reasonable, based on the explanation provided, IRCC will extend your deadline for an additional 30 days
    • isn’t reasonable, IRCC will make a decision on your application, where possible, based on the information we have on file, which could result in your application being refused
  • IRCC will inform you of our decision. You will not need to contact us.
  • If we don’t hear from you by the 30‑day deadline, IRCC will make a decision on your application, where possible, based on the information we have on file. This could result in your application being refused.
  • If IRCC determines that a large number of clients is affected by a pandemic lockdown or a service-related disruption, such as a temporary closure of a VAC or ASC, we will not contact you to request the supporting documents until the situation is resolved.

Keep checking our website for updates, including when the travel restrictions will be eased.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/notices/supporting-information-applications-in-progress.html

日期:2021年4月12日

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February

February 2, 2021

Issuance of notifications of interest by targeted occupations under Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream

On February 2, 2021, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued targeted notifications of interest to candidates who may qualify for Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities (HCP) stream.

If you received a notification of interest, you don’t need to contact the program.

The OINP targeted candidates with a comprehensive ranking system score between 466 and 467, and work experience in the NOC codes noted in the program update below.

Notifications of interest will be issued for Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream

On February 2, 2021, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) will issue targeted notifications of interest to candidates who may qualify for Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities (HCP) stream.

You may apply to the HCP stream if you:

  • receive a notification of interest on February 2, 2021
  • can demonstrate that your work experience was in one of the eligible National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes listed below

If you receive a notification of interest, you don’t need to contact the program.

We will post the comprehensive ranking system range of the draw on the Express Entry Notifications of Interest page on February 2, 2021. The OINP will target candidates with work experience in the following NOC codes:

  • 0122 – Banking, credit and other investment managers
  • 0124 – Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
  • 0125 – Other business services managers
  • 0601 – Corporate sales managers
  • 1111 – Financial auditors and accountants
  • 1112 – Financial and investment analysts
  • 1121 – Human resources professionals
  • 1122 – Professional occupations in business management consulting
  • 3012 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
  • 4163 – Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants

Your application may be refused if you don’t demonstrate work experience in one of the eligible NOC codes.


January

January 18

Regional Immigration Pilot update

The Regional Immigration Pilot is continuing to accept intake forms. An additional 150 nominations will be available under the pilot for 2021.

Learn how to submit an intake form.

When submitting the intake form, you must complete the form in its entirety. Incomplete forms will not be accepted.

To ask a question or provide feedback, email us at ontarionominee@ontario.ca or call us from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at:

January 13

Notifications of interest issued for Ontario’s Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades streams

On January 13, 2021, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued targeted notifications of interest to candidates who may qualify for Ontario’s Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades streams.

You may apply to the French-Speaking Skilled Worker or Skilled Trades stream if you received a notification of interest on January 13, 2021. If you received a notification of interest, you don’t need to contact the program.

For the French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream, the OINP targeted candidates with a comprehensive ranking system score between 456 and 467.

For the Skilled Trades stream, the OINP targeted candidates with a comprehensive ranking system score between 434 and 460.

January 4

Changes to internal review process for all streams

On January 1, 2021, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) made changes to the internal review process for all OINP streams in order to implement the new mandatory Request for Internal Review form. Where an application is not approved the following updates apply:

If you are not nominated

If your application is unsuccessful, we will let you know by email. If you think we made an error in our decision that led to your application being refused, you may ask for an internal review.

To request an internal review:

  1. Download and complete the Notice of Request for Internal Review form. Ensure that you carefully read the instructions on the form.
  2. In a separate document, clearly identify an error or errors in the director’s decision or order that, if not made, would have resulted in the decision or order being decided differently (see subsection 10(1)(a) of Ontario Regulation 421/17 (Approvals))
  3. Send the completed Notice of Request for Internal Review form and all supporting documents by email to internalreview-revisioninterne@ontario.ca. You must email us within:
    • 30 calendar days of receiving your notice of refusal if you live in Canada
    • 60 calendar days of receiving your notice of refusal if you live outside of Canada

Don’t include any new information that you did not include in your original application unless that information was not reasonably available to you at the time the decision or order was made.

New information that you did not include in your application because of an oversight will not be considered.

Internal review requests must be sent by email. We will not accept requests by mail, fax or in-person.

February 2, 2021

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC and Entrepreneur Immigration Invitations Issued

The BC PNP has issued invitations to apply to qualified registrants in Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC categories, and to Entrepreneur Immigration Base registrants. Please refer to the Invitations to Apply page for a full breakdown of minimum scores and total invitations issued.

For more information on the invitation and application process, please refer to the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide and to the Entrepreneur Immigration Program Guides.


February 2, 2021

Temporary amendment to the in-class learning requirement for international students

The BC PNP is temporarily amending the online learning requirement for the international student categories. This will allow learning to be online, with 50% of studies or more from within Canada. This is a temporary change in response to the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We will continue to review this and other policies to determine if changes are appropriate.

For more information about this policy and other temporary measures introduced due to COVID-19, please visit the COVID-19 Updates page. You can also refer to the BC PNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide – Addendum on the Documents page.


January 26, 2021

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC Invitations Issued

The BC PNP has issued invitations to apply to qualified registrants with job offers in the 29 key technology occupations of the BC PNP Tech Pilot. Please refer to the Invitations to Apply page for a full breakdown of minimum scores and total invitations issued.

For more information on the invitation and application process, please refer to the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide.


January 20, 2021

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC Invitations Issued

On January 19, 2021, the BC PNP issued invitations to apply to qualified registrants in Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC categories. Please refer to the Invitations to Apply page for a full breakdown of minimum scores and total invitations issued.

For more information on the invitation and application process, please refer to the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide

Review of 31 Occupations Excluded from Invitations to Apply

On March 30, 2020, the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) temporarily suspended issuing invitations to apply (ITA) for individuals in 31 tourism, hospitality, retail and personal services occupations. The temporary measure was in response to widespread unemployment in these sectors resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

We have received questions regarding the status of these exclusions given a previous posting that the suspensions would continue for the remainder of 2020.

A review of labour market information and other factors related to the excluded occupations is underway. We will post new information on this News page, together with links to other related resources.


January 13, 2021

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC Invitations Issued

On January 12, 2021, the BC PNP has issued invitations to apply to qualified registrants with job offers in the 29 key technology occupations of the BC PNP Tech Pilot. Please refer to the Invitations to Apply page for a full breakdown of minimum scores and total invitations issued.

For more information on the invitation and application process, please refer to the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide.


January 5, 2021

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC Invitations Issued

The BC PNP issued invitations to apply to qualified registrants in Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC categories. Please refer to the Invitations to Apply page for a full breakdown of minimum scores and total invitations issued.

For more information on the invitation and application process, please refer to the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide

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