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                        加拿大联邦移民部公布了2015年度快速移民细则                                                
          加国无忧 51.CA                                  2014年12月18日 11:36                                来源:皇家CA国际学院                                 作者:Cindy                                                   
        12月1日,加拿大联邦移民部公布了2015年度快速移民(Express Entry)细则。新的制度将采用打分制,满分1200分,年龄、教育水平、加拿大工作经验、国外工作经验、语言熟练程度、配偶情况等均有明确规定,已经符合省提名或获得合格的职位的申请者,将立即获得600分,优先获审。

三类移民纳入快速移民
加拿大要实施快速移民的消息已经说了很久。这次终于出台了具体实施细则。从2015年1月1日起,加拿大将正式实施快速移民。快速移民将对3种移民类别有效,分别是:传统意义上的技术移民(federal skilled worker program )、技工移民(federal skilled trades program )、加拿大经验类别(Canadian experience class)。

20-29岁+单身有明显优势
根据加拿大移民部网站上的“快速移民-综合排名系统(C R S)的标准”,加拿大政府将按以下4大类别(A、B、C、D )对申请者打分:
A 。核心/人力资本因素(Core/humancapital factors):包括年龄、教育水平、官方语言能力以及在加拿大的工作经验,注意,同一项中有配偶和无配偶获分数不同,比如年龄项,20-29岁,有配偶100分,无配偶110分。
B 。配偶或同居伴侣因素(Spouseor common-law partner factors):包括教育水平、官方语言能力、加拿大工作经验(B类最多40分,A+B类最多500分)。
C 。技能可转移因素(Skill Transfer ability factors):这一类把语言能力、教育水平、加拿大工作经验、外国工作经验以及技工专业证书等因素合并考虑(C类最多100分)。
D 。额外加分(最多600分):获得加拿大雇主的工作聘用书(Arrangedem ployment)或得到省移民计划提名(PN nomination)。
所以,A+ B+C(最多600分)+ D(最多600分)=总计满分1200分。
加拿大移民部将按申请人所得分数择优选拔,并不按申请递交的日期,显而易见,D一项就有600分,意味着被加拿大雇主聘用或得到省提名,在新的快速移民政策中有着重要位置。
         没有职业列表,申请有效期1年
移民专家表示,此次新政细则的公布有两大特点:第一、新政涉及的技术移民评分体系融入加拿大魁省评分体系,同时参考了澳洲和新西兰的技术移民申请流程;不同以往,此次加拿大政府更加重视申请人在加拿大登陆后的生存能力和配偶在当地能起到的作用。从评分标准看,单身人士申请比已婚人士申请稍微有优势,加拿大政府希望新移民登陆后给当地带来的负担小一点。
第二,整个评分系统的变更,不再沿用之前联邦技术移民以67分达标可申请的原则,而且分高者有优势,更容易被选中的原则,以及没有明确的职业列表,申请人提交资料后有效期为1年,如果在这1年内没有被雇主或者被省邀请,超过1年后需要重新申请。并且从2015年1月1日开始
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http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca/OI/en/pnp/index.htm
Applying as an International Masters Graduate
Who can apply as an international Masters graduate in Ontario?

In order to apply to Opportunities Ontario as an international Masters graduate in Ontario, students must:

    Intend to live and work in Ontario.
    Have graduated from an existing Masters program at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario.
    Have completed a minimum of one academic year degree program, while studying on a full-time basis.
    Apply within two years of the date on which their Masters degree was granted, or in the alternative, during the last semester of completing their degree.
    Currently be residing in Ontario.
    Have legal status in Canada (i.e. study permit, work permit, visitor status). Refugee claimants and asylum seekers are not eligible for the program.
    Demonstrate high official language proficiency (For English language proficiency – IELTS – General test with a minimum score of 7 or higher) (For French language proficiency – TEF – with a minimum score of 5 or higher).
    Demonstrate a minimum level of savings/income to support themselves and their dependants.
    Demonstrate at least one year of residence in Ontario in the past two years.
    Not have further studies as their main activity in the province (e.g., pursuing a PhD or another degree/diploma). Graduates are allowed to pursue further studies, if those are necessary to meet registration requirements in a regulation occupation in Ontario.

Important

International students subsidized through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) grants or home country scholarship with return obligations will not be eligible for Opportunities Ontario unless such obligations have been fulfilled.
What documents do I need to submit?

Please visit the Forms and Guides page of this website to complete and download the nominee application form for international Masters graduates.

You will need to submit the following documents to demonstrate that you meet Opportunities Ontario eligibility criteria and to confirm your identity, family situation and education:

    A copy of your birth certificate.
    A copy of all the pages of your passport. All prospective nominees should ensure that their passports will be valid for at least two years from the time that they submit their nominee application.
    A copy of your work permit, study permit, visitor record, temporary resident visa, and/or any other Canadian immigration document or entry stamp you have received. If these documents are inside your copied passport, you do not need to make additional copies.
    Copy of each dependant’s passport page which shows his/her photo and personal information.
    A certified true copy of relevant university degree(s) if the degree has been granted. If the degree has not been granted, you will need to submit:
        Official letter (on institution letterhead) from the university which will be granting the Masters degree confirming:
            all degree requirements have been successfully completed;
            there are no outstanding fees to be paid; and
            the scheduled date when your degree will be granted.
        Official transcripts in sealed envelope sent directly from the academic institution which will be granting the degree.
    If you are in your last semester of Masters studies, you will need to submit:
        Official letter (on institution letterhead) from the academic institution which will be granting the degree confirming full-time registration and the current academic standing of the applicant
        Official transcripts in a sealed envelope sent directly from the academic institution which will be granting the degree
    A copy of your current resumé.
    The original score of your IELTS – General test with a minimum score of 7 or higher or TEF – with a minimum score of 5 or higher (obtained within the last 12 months).
    Personal bank account monthly statements for the past 6 months, or (if overseas) an original letter and monthly statements from a recognized financial institution indicating personal account standing/balance in accordance with the following schedule:

    Number of family members         Funds required
    1         $11,086
    2         $13,801
    3         $16,967
    4         $20,599
    5         $23,364
    6         $26,350
    7 or more         $29,337
    A copy of ONE of the following to show proof of 1 year of residency in Ontario:
        Monthly credit card statement, phone, hydro or energy bill in any accumulative 12 months in the past 2 years showing your full name and Ontario address
        Leasing document or rent receipts demonstrating residence in any accumulative 12 months in the past 2 years showing your full name and Ontario address

How quickly will my application be processed?

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program is committed to timely processing of applications, greater transparency to clients and courteous, helpful customer service.

We process applications on first-come-first-served basis and aim to finalize:

    Complete* employer application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* nominee application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* reconsideration requests within 85 business days or 120 calendar days

*An application is not deemed complete until all missing or required supplementary information is received by Opportunities Ontario. This date can be the date of application receipt, or the day when the last piece of information required from the client arrives to Opportunities Ontario. The processing clock will begin at this point. The processing clock stops when the final decision is made by the program.

Please note that Opportunities Ontario does not process applications during the months of January and December and that time accumulated during this period is not included in the processing time calculation for applications.

Opportunities Ontario aims to meet our service standards in at least 80% of all applications.
What are the fees?

Opportunities Ontario will charge a non-refundable nominee application processing fee of $1,500 for all international students.
What happens after I am approved?

A Provincial Nomination Certificate will be issued for all successful nominees. Successful nominees must then apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. A successful provincial nomination replaces the selection component under other immigration classes (such as the Federal Skilled Worker Class, and the Family Class). Provincial nominees will receive priority processing from CIC.

For more information, please visit our Nominees: What’s Next section of our website.
What happens if I am denied?

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program gives applicants an opportunity to seek a review of the denial decision of their application. This process is called Reconsideration.

Opportunities Ontario’s reconsideration process is in place to provide applicants recourse to the denial of their case should they feel an error was made by the program. Written request for reconsideration must be made within 15 business days of receiving the denial letter if applicants are in Canada. For applicants outside of Canada, the written request must be received within 30 business days of receiving the denial letter. Full details on filing a reconsideration request will be provided in the notification of denial.

Reconsideration requests are reviewed by an official who was not involved in the original decision and who occupies a higher position than the original decision-maker. The reconsideration decision is final.

Please note that a reconsideration request will consider eligibility at the time of application. A decision will not be reconsidered on the basis of a change in circumstances from the time of application submission. In these instances nominee applicants should submit a new application to the program. Nominee applicants submitting a new application are required to pay the application fee for the new application.
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Applying as an International Student with a Job Offer
http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca ... APPLY.html#_qualify

Who can apply as an international student?

In order to apply to Opportunities Ontario as an international student, students must:

    Have completed at least half of their studies in Canada, and have graduated or will soon be graduating from an eligible publicly funded Canadian college or university (students must send proof of graduation with their application).
    Have completed a minimum of a two-year diploma or degree program, while studying on a full-time basis. One-year post-graduate degree programs and certificate programs, which require a previous degree or diploma (which may have been obtained abroad), are also eligible.
    Have a job offer in a managerial, professional or skilled trades occupation (NOC 0, A or B). The job offer does not have to be related to the field of study.
    Have a job offer that is permanent and full-time and meets the entry level wage for the occupation, rather than the prevailing wage required for applicants in the General Category.
    Apply within two years of the date on which they received their degree or diploma, or in the alternative, during the last semester of completing their degree or diploma.
    Have legal status, if the prospective international student nominee is in Canada.
    Have received their employer’s approval letter, Joint Verification form signed by their prospective employer, and Pre-screen Position form.

International students do not need to have any previous work experience. Eligible international students may apply for an approved position from within Canada or from overseas.
Important

International students subsidized through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) grants or home country scholarship with return obligations will not be eligible for Opportunities Ontario unless such obligations have been fulfilled.
What documents do I need to submit?

Once your prospective employer has submitted the Employer Pre-Screen Application Form and has been approved by Opportunities Ontario, your prospective employer will send you the employer’s approval letter, Joint Verification form signed by your prospective employer, and Pre-screen Position form. You can then visit the Forms and Guides page of this website to complete and download the nominee application form.

You will need to submit the following original documents provided by your employer:

    Employer Pre-Screen Approved Position Form.
    Joint Verification Form
    Job offer which will indicate your prospective occupation title and wage for the full-time, permanent position being offered.

You will also need to submit the following supporting documents, along with your application, to demonstrate that you meet Opportunities Ontario eligibility criteria and to confirm your identity, family situation and work experience (if any):

    A copy of your birth certificate.
    A copy of all the pages of your passport. All prospective nominees should ensure that their passports will be valid for at least two years from the time that they submit their nominee application.
    Copy of each dependant’s passport page which shows his/her photo and personal information.
    A copy of your work permit, study permit, visitor record, temporary resident visa, and/or any other Canadian immigration document or entry stamp you have received. If these documents are inside your copied passport, you do not need to make additional copies.
    If you have graduated, you must provide original transcripts and certified true copies of degree(s) and/or diploma(s) earned from the Canadian institution of your study.
        If you are applying in the last semester of your studies before graduation, you must provide original transcripts which indicate that you will be graduating at the end of the semester. However, you must still provide evidence of having graduated before being eligible for nomination.
        Original transcripts must be sent directly to Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program, in a sealed envelope, from the academic institution which has granted or will be granting the degree.
    A copy of your resumé.
    Proof of membership and/or registration in a regulated occupation if you intend to work in an occupation that requires registration or certification in Ontario.

Is there a deadline for applications?

As a prospective nominee, you have 60 days after the date of issue of the Employer Pre-screen Approved Position Form to submit a completed application to Opportunities Ontario. If the nominee application is not received in connection with a position after 60 days, Opportunities Ontario may reassign the nominee position.

If a prospective nominee cannot submit a completed application within 60 days, either the nominee or the approved employer may, in writing to Opportunities Ontario, request an extension of 30 days, providing reasons for the extension request. Approval of the extension is discretionary and no further extension will be granted.

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program is committed to timely processing of applications, greater transparency to clients and courteous, helpful customer service.

We process applications on first-come-first-served basis and aim to finalize:

    Complete* employer application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* nominee application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* reconsideration requests within 85 business days or 120 calendar days

*An application is not deemed complete until all missing or required supplementary information is received by Opportunities Ontario. This date can be the date of application receipt, or the day when the last piece of information required from the client arrives to Opportunities Ontario. The processing clock will begin at this point. The processing clock stops when the final decision is made by the program.

Please note that Opportunities Ontario does not process applications during the months of January and December and that time accumulated during this period is not included in the processing time calculation for applications.

Opportunities Ontario aims to meet our service standards in at least 80% of all applications.
What does my employer need to know?

Employers who want to recruit an international student for a position must indicate this on the pre-screen application form. There are three key differences between prospective nominees in the International Student Category and those in the General Category:

    The job offer for international students must meet the entry level wage for the occupation, rather than the prevailing wage required for other applicants.
    Unlike foreign workers, international students do not require previous work experience.
    The fee charged for international students is lower than the fee charged for foreign workers applying under the General Category.

What is the fee?

Opportunities Ontario will charge a non-refundable nominee application processing fee of $1,500 for all international students.
What happens after I am approved?

A Provincial Nomination Certificate will be issued for all successful nominees. Successful nominees must then apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. A successful provincial nomination replaces the selection component under other immigration classes (such as the Federal Skilled Worker Class, and the Family Class). Provincial nominees will receive priority processing from CIC.

For more information, please visit our Nominees: What’s next section of our website.
What happens if I am denied?

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program gives applicants an opportunity to seek a review of the denial decision of their application. This process is called Reconsideration.

Opportunities Ontario’s reconsideration process is in place to provide applicants recourse to the denial of their case should they feel an error was made by the program. Written request for reconsideration must be made within 15 business days of receiving the denial letter if applicants are in Canada. For applicants outside of Canada, the written request must be received within 30 business days of receiving the denial letter. Full details on filing a reconsideration request will be provided in the notification of denial.

Reconsideration requests are reviewed by an official who was not involved in the original decision and who occupies a higher position than the original decision-maker. The reconsideration decision is final.

Please note that a reconsideration request will consider eligibility at the time of application. A decision will not be reconsidered on the basis of a change in circumstances from the time of application submission. In these instances nominee applicants should submit a new application to the program. Nominee applicants submitting a new application are required to pay the application fee for the new application.
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Applying as an International PhD Graduate
http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca ... APPLY.html#_qualify
Who can apply as an international PhD graduate in Ontario?

In order to apply to Opportunities Ontario as an international PhD graduate in Ontario, students must:

    Ha
ve graduated from an existing PhD program at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario.
    OR
    Have successfully completed all degree requirements for the program (i.e. completion of course work and successfully defended their thesis and are awaiting the granting of their degree).
    AND
    Have completed at least two years of their PhD studies at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario.
    Apply within two years of the date on which their PhD degree was granted.
    Have legal status, if the international PhD graduate applicant is in Canada.

Ontario international PhD students may apply for the program from within Canada or from overseas.
Important

International students subsidized through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) grants or home country scholarship with return obligations will not be eligible for Opportunities Ontario unless such obligations have been fulfilled.
What documents do I need to submit?

Please visit the Forms and Guides page of this website to complete and download the nominee application form for international PhD graduates.

You will need to submit the following documents to demonstrate that you meet Opportunities Ontario eligibility criteria and to confirm your identity, family situation and education:

    A copy of your birth certificate.
    A copy of all the pages of your passport. All prospective nominees should ensure that their passports will be valid for at least two years from the time that they submit their nominee application.
    A copy of your work permit, study permit, visitor record, temporary resident visa, and/or any other Canadian immigration document or entry stamp you have received. If these documents are inside your copied passport, you do not need to make additional copies.
    Copy of each dependant’s passport page which shows his/her photo and personal information.
    A certified true copy of relevant university degree(s) if the degree has been granted. If the degree has not been granted, you will need to submit:
        Official letter (on institution letterhead) from the university which will be granting the PhD confirming:
            all degree requirements have been successfully completed;
            there are no outstanding fees to be paid; and
            the scheduled date when your degree will be granted.
        Official transcripts in sealed envelope sent directly from the academic institution which will be granting the PhD.
    A copy of your current resumé.

How quickly will my application be processed?

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program is committed to timely processing of applications, greater transparency to clients and courteous, helpful customer service.

We process applications on first-come-first-served basis and aim to finalize:

    Complete* employer application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* nominee application packages within 64 business days or 90 calendar days
    Complete* reconsideration requests within 85 business days or 120 calendar days

*An application is not deemed complete until all missing or required supplementary information is received by Opportunities Ontario. This date can be the date of application receipt, or the day when the last piece of information required from the client arrives to Opportunities Ontario. The processing clock will begin at this point. The processing clock stops when the final decision is made by the program.

Please note that Opportunities Ontario does not process applications during the months of January and December and that time accumulated during this period is not included in the processing time calculation for applications.

Opportunities Ontario aims to meet our service standards in at least 80% of all applications.
What are the fees?

Opportunities Ontario will charge a non-refundable nominee application processing fee of $1,500 for all international students.
What happens after I am approved?

A Provincial Nomination Certificate will be issued for all successful nominees. Successful nominees must then apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. A successful provincial nomination replaces the selection component under other immigration classes (such as the Federal Skilled Worker Class, and the Family Class). Provincial nominees will receive priority processing from CIC.

For more information, please visit our Nominees: What’s Next section of our website.
What happens if I am denied?

Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program gives applicants an opportunity to seek a review of the denial decision of their application. This process is called Reconsideration.

Opportunities Ontario’s reconsideration process is in place to provide applicants recourse to the denial of their case should they feel an error was made by the program. Written request for reconsideration must be made within 15 business days of receiving the denial letter if applicants are in Canada. For applicants outside of Canada, the written request must be received within 30 business days of receiving the denial letter. Full details on filing a reconsideration request will be provided in the notification of denial.

Reconsideration requests are reviewed by an official who was not involved in the original decision and who occupies a higher position than the original decision-maker. The reconsideration decision is final.

Please note that a reconsideration request will consider eligibility at the time of application. A decision will not be reconsidered on the basis of a change in circumstances from the time of application submission. In these instances nominee applicants should submit a new application to the program. Nominee applicants submitting a new application are required to pay the application fee for the new application.
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