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British Columbia trying out new ways to attract overseas skilled workers

Christy Clark,Premier of British Columbia said that Canada has called up a group of task force to work on a plan to attract skilled workers and investors to British Columbia.   Clark said British Columbia is built on Immigration. Clark also said a group of 9 members will start analyzing various programs related with immigration. They will be responsible for suggesting improvements and enhancements in order to make the process of immigration  simple for overseas  skilled workers. The task force will scan following programs under Canada immigration and submit a report by the end of March 2012:

  • The Provincial Nominee Program
  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Federal Immigrant Investor program
John Yap, Head of the Task Force said they will effectively work on the immigration process to make it flexible for the overseas workers. The force will meet industry associations, employers, community members and other groups to get their views on the present immigration procedure. Christy Clark said, “We’ve laid out an ambitious plan to create jobs in the B.C jobs Plan and we will need skilled immigrants to help fill more than one million job openings expected over the next decade, we don’t know yet, how we’re going to fill those jobs.” Previously Manitoba has asked to remove the restrictions on Immigration and now it’s British Columbia.  Prominent skilled workers are happy with this move of Canada.     Connect with us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/#!/opulentuz Follow us on: http://twitter.com/#!/Opulentuz For any queries and clarifications visit our forum: http://www.immigrationforums.opulentuz.com

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