Regarding Bil c-11

Old Dec 3rd 2001, 1:27 am
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Venkata Prasad Srini
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Sir

I came to know that Bill c-11 will be retroactive and those who applied before and
waiting for the interview will be affected because of Bill c-11 retrocative.I am
confused and worried.Please confirm whether this is true or not?

ii)Also tell me what is the passing score of the bill c-11 new immigration law.I
noticed in Bill C-11 that here are maximum 100 points out of which how much we
need to get for a pass score.

Eagerly waiting for the reply

Prasad

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Old Dec 3rd 2001, 1:38 am
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So far Minister of Immigration declared CIC's intentions to do just that - to
evaluate all cases that have not been approved in principle at the time of new law
implementation under new rules. We still don't know if those intentions will hold,
but it is rather safe to assume that they will. The passing mark under new selection
grid has not been announced yet. More, new law gives Minister of Immigration the
discretionary power to change the passing mark as often as needed.

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Old Dec 3rd 2001, 2:56 am
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It is NOT retroactive. It is effective on the date the regulations currently being
drawn up are put into force.
 
Old Dec 3rd 2001, 3:06 am
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Stuart
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[usenetquote2]>> Sir[/usenetquote2]
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[usenetquote2]>> I came to know that Bill c-11 will be retroactive and those who applied before and[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]>> waiting for the interview will be affected because of Bill c-11 retrocative.I am[/usenetquote2]
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Sorry ... let me eat my words and bow to Andrew's knowledge. I had read something
that indicated that all parts were to be effective from the date of implementation.

Stuart
 
Old Dec 3rd 2001, 1:15 pm
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The Minister has been pushing for the Act to be retroactive. And, these = days the
Minister is sure to get what she wants. It appears that = lawyers and consultants are
happy to wait and see. As if we can't = believe they would do such a thing.

In fact, it would be the first time that the selection criteria were = made
retroactive. And, there would no doubt be an uproar and legal = challenge. The
Minister surely knows this and has weighed whatever cost = against some benefit.

What could the benefit be? There is plenty of speculation and fodder = for the
conspiracy theorist. Eg. It is an excellent method to reduce = the backlogs of 3-5
year waits. Simply screen out all applicants who = cannot meet new standards then
later raise the mark when needed.

The pass score is the thing everyone is waiting for. Once released you = will either
hear the howls of joy or rebellion.

--=20 Good luck, Berto Volpentesta, B.A. (Spec. Hons.), B.Ed. Member, OPIC Director,
OPIC and Education Committee Chairman

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