Immigration and Visas International (IVI) Now Accepts the following
Immigration and Visas International will be reducing it's office hours.
We will be focusing only on USA and Canadian Immigration.
If you are our current client, the office will continue to work on your
case and any future follow ups are needed even after you case comes to a
September 11, 2001:
New Investor Program offered by IVI and It's
Partners For USA:
New Investor Program offered by IVI, with Investment of as little as US$250,000
(net assets of the Immigrant should be equal to US$ 1 Million). Contact our
office via phone, or fax.
September 18, 2003:
The Honourable Denis Coderre, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
Canada, today announced an important decision and recommendation pertaining to
the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). The Minister
announced an adjustment to the pass mark for federal skilled worker
applicants. Also, today he proposed new measures for assessing certain
economic class applicants who applied under the former Immigration Act
but were affected by transitional measures following implementation of IRPA on
June 28, 2002
The Minister's move to adjust the pass mark is a response to Canada's need
for skilled workers. Effective immediately, all new skilled worker applicants
and those currently in the system who have not yet received a selection
decision, will be assessed with a pass mark of 67. (Since the implementation
of IRPA and until today, the pass mark was 75.)
Additionally, persons who had applied prior to
January 1, 2002 will assessed under the Old Rule of only 70 points.
Minister Denis Coderre is proposing to amend the transition regulations to
allow economic class applicants (skilled workers and business immigrants) who
filed their applications for permanent residence before January 1, 2002
to be assessed under the former Immigration Act (and then under IRPA if
refused under the former Act). The Minister plans to consult his Cabinet
colleagues on these proposed regulatory amendments at the first available
These proposed amendments would meet the applicants' request to be
processed under the selection criteria in place at the time they filed their
applications and also give them the benefit of an assessment under IRPA.
CIC also proposes to offer the same processing to: