Starting April 16, 2010, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will be conducting a public consultation on immigration and labour market needs in Canada. The purposes of the consultation is to identify worker shortages in trades and professions across Canada as well as the factors that affect an immigrant’s ability to succeed in Canada’s workforce.
The results of the consultations will help develop instructions to immigration officers on which economic immigration applications are eligible for processing. The ministerial instructions are an important part of the selection of economic immigrants. They help select people who can fill projected work force needs. Because these needs change, the instructions must change too.
Research shows that factors like an immigrant’s language skills, age and education account for up to 60 percent of their economic success. The other 40 percent depends on factors outside an immigrant’s control, such as our country’s economic conditions.
To fill out a survey and submit your comments as of April 16, 2010, go to https://cic.sondages-surveys.ca/s/cons-P/?lang=en.
First Reference Human Resources and Compliance Managing Editor
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