Know about Canada’s new rules for dependent children immigration
Focusing on economic stability of the country, the Government of Canada outlined the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act to amplify the immigration benefits on the country’s economy. The main intention behind this is to draw more foreign talent to attain economic success.
After a comprehensive research the Canadian Government has discovered that the dependent children in-between 15 and 18 years of age can fit easily to Canadian labor market and can attain highest success rate than those between 19 and 21 years of age.
Dependent children contribute to one-third of immigrants moving to Canada each year. As the new changes made to dependent children clause shows major impact on prospective immigrants, the individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada along with children over 19 years of age can file a petition for Canada dependent children immigration prior to 1 August 2014.
Please make a note that there are around 60 immigration programs through which dependent children over 19 years of age can file a petition to migrate to Canada. Besides these programs, International Students or Temporary Foreign Workers are the two routes via which dependent children can migrate to Canada. But the best option for families is to incorporate any or all eligible dependent children under single application.