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QSW Maximum number of applications

Friday, August 01, 2014

Immigration rules and procedures

Since April 1, 2014, new rules have been adopted regarding the maximum number of applications for a Certificat de sélection du Québec submitted by permanent workers, investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed workers that will be received by the Ministère. These new rules will be in effect from April 1, 2014 to March 31, 20151.
The rules pertaining to the maximum number of applications that will be received do not in any way reflect a change in Québec’s immigration objectives (in French, 219 Kb). By limiting the number of applications received, the Ministère will be able to process a greater number of pending applications thereby reducing processing times.

Maximum number of applications

Immigration subclass
Maximum number
of applications
Applications received
by July 18, 2014*
  • Investors
1750 (Consult the intake dates
for applications submitted
under this program)**
  • Entrepreneurs and
    self-employed workers
500 366
Skilled workers 6500 5119

* Given the time required to open files, the number of applications received indicated in the table is an approximation. The data will be updated regularly.
** Your application can be submitted at any time up until March 31, 2015 if you have advanced intermediate knowledge of French demonstrated by a standardized test.

Permanent workers

Maximum number of applications

The Ministère will receive a maximum of 6500 applications for a selection certificate under the Regular Skilled Worker Program. Applications received beyond this maximum limit will be returned to the candidates.
This maximum number of applications does not apply to you if:

Note that only the Ministère’s stamp will constitute proof of the date of receipt of your application.
Applications will be processed according to the following order of priority:


Applications we will accept – Federal skilled workers

As of May 1, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will only consider federal skilled worker (FSW) applications from people who have:
  • at least one year of continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) work experience in a single occupation,
  • within the last 10 years,
  • at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2011 edition of the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC), and who are:
    1. in one of the 50 eligible occupations, and whose application is received under the occupation’s sub-cap and overall FSW cap, or
    2. with a valid offer of arranged employment, or
    3. who are applying under the PhD stream (see below) until the PhD cap of 500 applications is reached.
All applicants must also:

Applications per eligible occupation:

As of May 1, 2014, there is an overall cap of 25,500 for new federal skilled worker applications. This includes a cap of 500 applications from PhD students. There are also sub-caps of 1,000 for each of the 50 eligible occupations. The caps do not affect people with a valid job offer. These are the last applications we will accept under the current system before Express Entry launches in January 2015.

Note: Due to the large number of applications we get, we cannot check that each one is complete on the same day it gets to the office. The numbers on this page are updated at least once a week, but are only a guide. There is no guarantee that an application sent in now will fall within the cap by the time it gets to the Centralized Intake Office.

Applications received per eligible occupation:

Eligible Occupation (listed by NOC code) Number of Complete Applications Received (out of 1000)
2015-05-01 1 month ago 1 week ago Most recent
0013  Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
3 3 3
0015  Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.
0 0 0
0111  Financial managers
19 19 19
0112  Human resources managers
2 3 3
0113  Purchasing managers
3 3 3
0121  Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
0 1 1
0311  Managers in health care
1 1 1
0711  Construction managers
2 2 3
0712  Home building and renovation managers
0 0 0
0811  Managers in natural resources production and fishing
0 0 0
0911  Manufacturing managers
1 1 1
1111  Financial auditors and accountants
16 18 18
1112  Financial and investment analysts
115 124 130
1113  Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
0 0 0
1114  Other financial officers
3 4 4
1123  Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
4 4 4
1212  Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
1 1 1
1224  Property administrators
0 0 0
2113  Geoscientists and oceanographers
2 2 2
2131  Civil engineers
20 21 22
2132  Mechanical engineers
29 35 37
2133  Electrical and electronics engineers
11 11 12
2145  Petroleum engineers
0 0 0
2171  Information systems analysts and consultants
28 29 35
2172  Database analysts and data administrators
4 4 4
2173  Software engineers and designers
52 55 57
2174  Computer programmers and interactive media developers 
123 131 135
2232  Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
0 0 0
2234  Construction estimators
1 1 1
2241  Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
2 2 2
2243  Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
2 2 2
2263  Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety
2 2 2
2281  Computer network technicians
22 23 26
3011  Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
0 0 0
3012  Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
5 7 7
3111  Specialist physicians
0 0 0
3112  General practitioners and family physicians
0 0 0
3132  Dietitians and nutritionists
0 0 0
3141  Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
1 1 1
3142  Physiotherapists
11 12 12
3143  Occupational Therapists
1 1 1
3214  Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
0 0 0
3215  Medical Radiation Technologists
0 0 0
3216  Medical Sonographers
0 0 0
3233  Licensed practical nurses
0 0 0
3234  Paramedical occupations
0 0 0
4011  University professors and lecturers
4 4 5
4151  Psychologists
1 1 1
4214  Early childhood educators and assistants
0 0 0
5125  Translators, terminologists and interpreters
0 0 0
TOTAL 0 491 528 555  

Applications in the PhD stream:

CIC will accept 500 applications for processing per year under the PhD stream. To apply under this stream, you must have either
  • finished at least two years of study in Canada towards a PhD, or
  • graduated from a Canadian PhD program in the 12 months before we get your application.
Find out more about eligibility for this category.
The new PhD cap year began on May 1, 2014. These are the last applications we will accept under the current system before Express Entry launches in January 2015.
Applications received toward the overall cap: 28 of 500 (as of July 28, 2014).


MPNP Strengthening Commitment to Faster Processing Times

Saturday, July 12, 2014

( Source : http://www.immigratemanitoba.com/growing-through-immigration/)

Effective August 1st 2014:  New Application Management Strategy takes effect to reduce processing times to less than 6 months by 2015

Current Context

From 2010 to 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has allocated Manitoba with a limit of 5000 total nominations for all skilled worker and business streams of the MPNP.
Each year, the MPNP receives more Skilled Worker applications than is required to meet the 5000 limit which creates application backlogs and increases application processing times.
Currently, Manitoba has received more than enough applications needed to meet the 2014 nomination limit, with the largest, and fastest growing volume in the MPNP – Skilled Worker Overseas stream.

New Application Management Strategy to Reduce Processing Times

The MPNP is introducing this strategy to target optimum application intake levels in order to meet our annual nomination allocation and maintain faster processing times for applicants.
For 2014, the MPNP has already received more than enough applications in one stream, the MPNP – Skilled Worker Overseas stream to meet our nomination target.
Effective, August 1, 2014 until the end of the year, the MPNP will not accept new applications to MPNP – Skilled Worker Overseas stream.   People who wish to apply to this stream, must submit their applications by August 1, 2014 or wait until 2015.
The MPNP – Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream and application that are part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative will CONTINUE TO BE ACCEPTED all year.
In December 2014, the MPNP will announce a new scheduled application intake period for the MPNP – Skilled Worker Overseas stream for 2015 after CIC has announced new nomination allocations for the next year.

What the new MPNP Application Management Strategy means:

  • The MPNP Remains Open and On Track to meet 2014 Nomination Targets
  • Scheduled Application Intake Limits Affect Only One Stream
  • The MPNP Can Commit to Faster Processing Times in 2015


FSW- Federal Skilled Worker ( Updated)

Monday, July 07, 2014

Federal Skilled Workers are chosen as permanent residents based on their ability to prosper in Canada. They are assessed according to a selection grid made up of six factors, including language, education, work experience, etc.

Overall cap of 25,000 applications in eligible occupations stream
Cap of 500 applications for PhD eligibility stream No limit on applicants who have a valid job offer from a Canadian employer.

Sub-caps of 1,000 applications for each of the 50 eligible occupations below (their 2011 National Occupational Classification (NOC) code is included in brackets):

1.  0013 - Financial, Communications and Other Business Services
2.  0015 - Trade, Broadcasting and Other services, n.e.c.
3.  0111 - Financial Managers
4.  0112 - Human resources managers
5.  0113 - Purchasing managers
6.  0121 - Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers

7.  0311 - Managers in health care
8.  0711 - Construction managers
9.  0712 - Home building and renovation managers
10. 0811 - Managers in natural resources production and fishing
11. 0911 - Manufacturing managers
12. 1111 - Financial auditors and accountants
13. 1112 - Financial and investment analysts
14. 1113 - Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
15. 1114 - Other financial officers
16. 1123 - Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
17. 1212 - Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
18. 1224 - Property administrators
19. 2113 - Geoscientists and oceanographers
20. 2131 - Civil engineers
21. 2132 - Mechanical engineers
22. 2133 - Electrical and electronics engineers

23. 2145 - Petroleum engineers

24. 2171 - Information systems analysts and consultants
25. 2172 - Database analysts and data administrators
26. 2173 - Software engineers and designers
27. 2174 - Computer programmers and interactive media developers
28. 2232 - Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
29. 2234 - Construction estimators
30. 2243 - Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
31. 2263 - Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety
32. 2281 - Computer network technicians
33. 3011 - Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
34. 3012 - Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
35. 3111 - Specialist physicians
36. 3112 - General practitioners and family physicians
37. 3132 - Dietitians and nutritionists
38. 3141 - Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
40. 3142 - Physiotherapists
41. 3143 - Occupational Therapists
42. 3214 - Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
43. 3215 - Medical radiation technologists
44. 3216 - Medical sonographers
45. 3233 - Licensed practical nurses
46. 3234 - Paramedical occupations
47. 4011 - University professors and lecturers
48. 4151 - Psychologists
49. 4214 - Early childhood educators and assistants
50. 5125 - Translators, terminologists and interpreters

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In our (20) twenty years of immigration service, we’ve realized what you truly need. Small mistakes in your application process may cause big problems. That is why we created a line of essential services that will help you, from the time we assess your qualifications, all the way to getting your visa and settling in Canada with your family.

CIC’s comprehensive immigration consultancy package maximizes your chance of migrating to Canada. It includes:

Assessment of Qualifications. As early as this stage, immigration experts assess your qualifications for immigration to Canada. You will be evaluated using a series of factors designed to indicate the likelihood of you becoming economically established in Canada. CIC conducts free eligibility assessment regularly for FREE – both in person and online. • Proper Job Classification. This service assures that your professional and educational qualifications are properly assessed, evaluated and classified in reference to the National Occupational Classification (NOC) of Canada. The NOC is a listing of occupations with corresponding points.

Enhancement of Detailed Job Description. Your job description has an enormous impact on your application. It should present all the necessary information on the important aspects of your work. It should be comprehensive. Skills should also be highlighted. Our JD Specialists ensure that your job description is concise, free of errors and is in accordance with the prescribed or desired format.

Checking, Monitoring for Completion & Organizing of Necessary Documents for Filing to the Embassy. Information about immigrating to Canada is readily available at www.cic.gc.ca, and in a number of immigration websites. Applying may actually be a Do-It-Yourself process. However, small mistakes can lead to bigger problems. And submission of incorrect documents and improperly filled-out application forms may result to “refusal” of application. CIC makes sure that all your documents and forms are correct, complete, well organized and presentable.

· Finalization & Encoding of Application Forms. Aside from making sure that you have properly and correctly accomplished your application forms, we have fully taken the burden off your shoulder by finalizing and even encoding them. This allows us to double check the accuracy of the information provided.

Proper Filling-out, Finalization & Encoding of the Personal Net Worth Statement (PNWS). The PNWS presents your financial eligibility to migrate to Canada. This document contains your personal assets and liabilities, and is a part of your application form. Our Financial Experts will assist you in filling-out and finalizing this form.

Financial Advice & Planning. You are not the only one who battles financial problems. This is in fact the predicament of majority of our immigration clients. CIC houses a team of Financial Experts who can give you advice and personally plan your finances. We are also equipped with a proven-effective career and family plan that will surely help you and your family in winning over your financial drought. Commitment on working

towards a better life is the key. We will be very happy to personally discuss this service with you.

Quality Assurance. After finalizing and encoding all documents, CIC’s QA team will review and assess your finished document package if it meets quality standards in terms of content and presentation.

Scanning & Filing of the Document Package. After you have submitted all the necessary documents required by the Embassy, our team of Scanners create and safe keep a file of your documents for record or reference purposes.

Correspondence with the Canadian Embassy. More often than not, the Canadian Embassy communicates with the applicant thru letters, and asks them to clarify parts of, or information provided on, their application form or submitted documents. The Embassy normally gives 30 days for an applicant to comply with the request. CIC’s years of experience in the immigration industry has earned it the knowledge to interpret various correspondences and provide accurate and suitable responses to these inquiries. Upon receipt of any letter from the Embassy, you will be informed immediately through mail, e-mail, telephone call or whatever means of communication.

Our Immigration Consultants will guide and assist you in completing any additional requirements.

Services of the following professionals:

1. Immigration Lawyer. CIC has been working with a Canadian Lawyer for over 10 years. In April 13, 2004, the Canadian Government introduced new rules to ensure that potential immigrants receive quality service from licensed companies by accepting only visa applications from Lawyers who are members of the Canadian Law Society and students-at-law under their supervision; or Immigration Consultants who are members of, and in good standing with the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (CSIS). CIC houses one of these lawyers.

2. Financial Planners. They will guide you on managing your finances so you can overcome the financial roadblocks that could hinder your route to achieving your dreams.

3. Job Description Consultants. They will ensure that your professional and educational qualifications are properly presented.

4. Documentation Specialists. Our high-success rate can be attributed to the way we handle and present application documents.

5. Councilors. They will help you realize the importance of involving your whole family in planning your life and achieving your goals. Our councilors also provide guidance on career planning in cases when immigration requirements change

.We know how much an Immigrant Visa means to you and your family that is why we have covered all significant points, leaving no stones unturned. We are here to increase your probability of lodging a successful application. Not only do we provide you with these essential services. We are also helping you plan for your future, and maximize your immigration chances.


29 Priority Occupations -FSW

Eligibility criteria for federal skilled worker applications

0631 - Restaurant and Food Service Managers

0811 - Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)

1122 - Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management

1233 - Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners

2121 - Biologists and Related Scientists

2151 - Architects

3111 - Specialist Physicians

3112 - General Practitioners and Family Physicians

3113 - Dentists

3131 - Pharmacists

3142 - Physiotherapists

3152 - Registered Nurses

3215 - Medical Radiation Technologists

3222 - Dental Hygienists & Dental Therapists

3233 - Licensed Practical Nurses

4151 - Psychologists

4152 - Social Workers

6241 - Chefs

6242 - Cooks

7215 - Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades

7216 - Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades

7241 - Electricians (Except Industrial & Power System)

7242 - Industrial Electricians

7251 - Plumbers

7265 - Welders & Related Machine Operators

7312 - Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics

7371 - Crane Operators

7372 - Drillers & Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying & Construction

8222 - Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service

If you have at least one year experience in one of the above occupations, you may Immigrate to Canada in less than a year!

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