CANADA HIGH COMMISSION NEW DELHI INDIA VISA REPORT & REJECTIONS

CANADA HIGH COMMISSION NEW DELHI INDIA VISA REPORT(1)SKILLED WORKERS REJECTION RATE IS 70% DUE TO FRAUD DOCUMENTS (2)ONLY 569 PROVINCIAL NOMINEE APPLICANTS APPLIED IN 2014 DOWN FROM 1090 IN 2013(3)STUDY PERMIT REJECTION RATE IS 37%(4)33,700 APPLIED FOR TEMPORARY RESIDENT PERMIT WITH 94% APPROVAL RATE (5)5595 APPLIED UNDER GRAND PARENT AND PARENT VISA(

HERE are some other interesting facts from that report from New Delhi that is Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s largest overseas program:

* Skilled Workers: “The overall refusal rate for FSW [Federal Skilled Worker] applications is approximately 20% but misrepresentation as the reason for refusal accounts for 70% of this volume. The introduction of higher language benchmarks and the use of Educational Credential Assessments have resulted in stronger applicants.”

* Provincial Nominee: “Provincial Nominee applications have declined year over year to approximately half the intake, 1090 applications in 2013 to 569 in 2014. Low-skilled applications (NOC C&D) continue to have issues regarding employment and the ability of the applicant to perform the job duties, specifically for workers with and without job offers. Nominations from Manitoba continue to represent a large percentage of all applications at mission.”

* Parents and Grandparents: “The inventory decreased significantly from 9414 persons at the end of 2013, to 5595 persons at the end of 2014. This was a result of our sizeable target (5246 persons) for 2014. This number should continue to decline.” “Delhi’s FC4 [Family Class sponsorship applications for parents and grandparents] acceptance rate is 88.8%, however, this approval rate masks the reality that over-age children who do not qualify as dependents are routinely removed from applications and processing continues on the remaining eligible family members.”

* Temporary Resident: “Delhi has one of the largest temporary resident programs in the global network, finalizing over 124,000 applications in 2014.”

* Study Permits: “Potential pathways for migration to Canada and opportunities for off-campus and postgraduate employment are a significant draw. The approval rate in 2014 for college and non-university diploma study was just over 63% overall, reflecting the often weaker applications by applicants destined to lower-level programs.”

* TRV [Temporary Resident Visa]: “In July 2014, CIC formally launched the CAN+ program in India. The program reduces application requirements for persons in possession of a valid US visa or who have previously been issued Canadian visas. Over 33,700 CAN+ applications were finalized in New Delhi in 2014, with an approval rate of 94%.”

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