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BARTLAW LLP, Boletín de Inmigración, Abogados y Abogados de Canadá - Sorteo de Entrada Expresa y Cambio de Política de Miembros Excluidos

Publicado el 19/9/2019

BARTLAW LLP, Boletín de Inmigración, Abogados y Abogados de Canadá - Sorteo de Entrada Expresa y Cambio de Política de Miembros Excluidos

Express Entry Draw and Excluded

Family Members Policy Change

Express Entry Update

Today, September 18th 2019, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued another round of invitations to apply for permanent residence under the Express Entry system. IRCC issued a total of 3,600 invitations. The minimum score selected in today’s draw was 462.

This is the 19th Express Entry draw held in the 2019 year to date. IRCC indicates there are 8,202 applicants in the pool with scores between 451-600 as of September 13th 2019. As such, we anticipate that selection will remain competitive as the 2019 year progresses.

Immigration Alert: Significant Changes to IRCC’s Policy on the Sponsorship of Undeclared Family Members

Summary

On September 6, 2019, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) launched a two-year pilot program that will enable the sponsorship of select undeclared family members under the Family Class or the Spouse or Common-law Partner in Canada Class.

Background

The newly launched pilot program aims to facilitate the immigration of certain foreign nationals who are otherwise excluded from being sponsored to Canada due to the operation of paragraphs 117(9)(d) or 125(1)(d) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR).

Under the IRPR, applicants for permanent residence are required to declare all family members (e.g. dependent children, spouses, common-law partners), even if those family members are not accompanying the applicant to Canada. The relevant provisions of the IRPR effectively operate to exclude all family members, who are not declared by the principal applicant and not examined, from being sponsored for permanent residence at a later time.

In recognizing that there are numerous and valid reasons for not disclosing non-accompanying family members, and in light of the negative impact that a lifetime ban can have especially on dependent children, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship has implemented this pilot program to exempt certain sponsors from the application of the lifetime ban provisions.

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