I.R.C.C will now present some permanent residence applicants for Canada with times of processing that are easiest and quickest, rather than estimations depends on historical data.
The launch of predicted times will replace ancient processing times for some appeals get on or after July 31, 2018.
In a press release declared on August 9, 2018, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (I.R.C.C) reported the new proposed processing times system would apply to the subsequent types of permanent residence appeals:
Proposed processing time will reveal prospective candidates to these programs how long their appeals are assumed to take (below normal conditions), particular to the day they appeal. I.R.C.C has pledged to update times processing on a monthly basis.
Talking about the new proposed method of processing time, Immigration Minister of Canada, Ahmed Hussen, told, this update is an essential one to assure our processing times for immigration are as perfect as possible and to assist clients properly prepare to move to Canada if their appeal is accepted.
The processing time of projected vs. Historical
Before this development, I.R.C.C forecasted all permanent residence appeal of Canada processing times depends on historical data. It practice meant that processing times were defined by how long it exercised I.R.C.C to prepare 80 percent of requests in the prior year.
Decreasing processing times for Canada Immigration
With the current processing time system, I.R.C.C aims to serve permanent residence clients better, as well as to attend to temporary resident candidates looking to work, visit, or study in Canada.
I.R.C.C targets to maintain discovering new creative ways to process applications, keep excellent customer service and satisfy designated admission targets depends on the multi-year plan of immigration levels.
In most instances, processing times based on:
- the application type presented;
- if the application is full;
- how instantly I.R.C.C demands to applications process in the system;
- how quickly information of applicants’ can be tested;
- how long candidates take to reply to any inquiries or concerns; and
- other factors.