opinion from Andrew and others

Old Dec 13th 2005, 2:10 am
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Hi,

I remember I read somewhere that the reason for allowing one year post graduate employment (at the beginning in all regions and later changed to two years in sellected areas) was to permit former students to settle in Canada by applying for PR. In a way, a system that would direct the investment Canada made by educating these people into the Canadian industry.

Now, with the increse in processing times, I think it would make sense to either increase this timeframe to three years for small cities and two years for crowded cities or to allow temporary workers to stay and work in canada until a decision is made regarding their applications.

What do you think and what are the chances for this scenario to be put in practice?

Thanks
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Originally Posted by mirceaf
Hi,

I remember I read somewhere that the reason for allowing one year post graduate employment (at the beginning in all regions and later changed to two years in sellected areas) was to permit former students to settle in Canada by applying for PR. In a way, a system that would direct the investment Canada made by educating these people into the Canadian industry.

Now, with the increse in processing times, I think it would make sense to either increase this timeframe to three years for small cities and two years for crowded cities or to allow temporary workers to stay and work in canada until a decision is made regarding their applications.

What do you think and what are the chances for this scenario to be put in practice?

Thanks
This would be absolute guesswork. The Liberal minister wanted to set up a new category specifically for international students of Canadian education institutions but the election has put that on the back burner for now. The 3 year work permit is unlikely.
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