正在加載......

回首頁 最新消息 移民網簡介 留學網簡介 留遊學問題詢問 聯絡我們
移民/留學/遊學/申請/簽證/資訊 專業服務

X
 
會員帳號 :
會員密碼 :
忘記密碼  加入會員
      進階搜尋

2011/11/14 首頁 > 最新消息 > 2011/11/14

加拿大政府計畫減少目前累積的家庭依親移民與等待時間

擔保父母或祖父母之依親案件

 

目前仍有165,000位父母或祖父母在等待CIC最後決定是否核發簽證給他們,而每年CIC收到近38,000件依親申請。此類家庭依親的等待時間已經超過7

 

為了處理這些積壓已久的案件與冗長的等待時間,

CIC公佈以下第一階段的解決措施:

 

1. 父母與祖父母之依親案件通過率將提高到60%

2010年的15,500件提高到2012年的25,000 (20年來最高的數字)

 

2. 推出 ”Parent and Grandparent Super Visa”

10年效期、多次入境,最多一次可停留24個月,2011121起將正式實施,自CIC收件後8週內即可核發,但在申請人停留於加拿大期間,必須加入私人的加拿大醫療保險

 

3. 重新設計方案

加拿大政府會重新設計父母或祖父母之依親方案,可以長期施行、不會累積案件又符合財部規定

 

4. 避免累積新案件且消耗165,000的庫存案件

CIC決定自2011115起停收父母或祖父母之依親案件,此停收可能是暫時的或長至24個月

 

 

News Release – Government of Canada to cut backlog and wait times for family reunification – Phase I of Action Plan for Faster Family Reunification

Ottawa, November 4, 2011 — The Government of Canada is taking immediate action to cut the backlog and wait times for sponsored parents and grandparents, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.

Currently, more than 165,000 parents and grandparents who have applied to become permanent residents of Canada are still waiting for a final decision. Each year, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) receives applications for sponsorship of nearly 38,000 parents and grandparents, a number that will only continue to expand if no action is taken.

“Wait times for Family Class sponsorship applications for parents and grandparents now exceed seven years, and without taking action, those times will continue to grow, and that is unacceptable,” said Minister Kenney. “Action must be taken to cut the backlog, reduce the wait times, and ensure that the parents and grandparents program is sustainable over the long run.”

To deal with the large backlog and lengthy wait times, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is announcing Phase I of the Action Plan for Faster Family Reunification.

First – The Government of Canada will increase by over 60 percent the number of sponsored parents and grandparents Canada will admit next year, from nearly 15,500 in 2010 to 25,000 in 2012 – the highest level in nearly two decades.

Second – The government is introducing the new “Parent and Grandparent Super Visa,” which will be valid for up to 10 years. The multiple-entry visa will allow an applicant to remain in Canada for up to 24 months at a time without the need for renewal of their status. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa will come into effect on December 1, 2011, and CIC will be able to issue the visas, on average, within eight weeks of the application. This means that instead of waiting for eight years, a parent or a grandparent can come to Canada within eight weeks. Parent and Grandparent Super Visa applicants will be required to obtain private Canadian health-care insurance for their stay in Canada.

Third The government will consult Canadians on how to redesign the parents and grandparents program to ensure that it is sustainable in the future. The redesigned program must avoid future large backlogs and be sensitive to fiscal constraints.

Fourth – To prevent the build-up of an unmanageable number of new applications during these consultations and to further reduce the 165,000-strong backlog of parent and grandparent applicants, CIC is putting in place a temporary pause of up to 24 months on the acceptance of new sponsorship applications for parents and grandparents. The pause comes into effect on November 5, 2011.

 



楓之鄉  移民/留學/遊學  服務網

高雄市新興區中正三路61號11F-5
TEL:07-261-8801  FAX:07-261-8834
移民服務.留學服務 : vip@frontierintl.com.tw