The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan seems to have its share of detractors and critics. Some reports suggest that a large number of people gathered in Saskatoon, Central Saskatchewan, sometime before to air their opposition against the amendments made previously this year to the immigrant nominee program of the said province.
Organization Opines Changes Unjust
The agitators waved national flags and held banners proclaiming that the modifications made to the program are not only unmerited but also, by and large, unfair. Afterwards, the crowd marched to the City Center. The protestors revealed that the amendments have already led to some not too positive effects. They also said that as the amendments are brought into effect, individuals from the region will be influenced in a negative way. Their state of affairs will only worsen gradually.
A few months back, the Saskatchewan administration had made public instant changes to the family-category of the program even while–thanks to the development-the sponsors may offer nomination to just one immigration petition submitted by the member of a family.
Under the new arrangement, the candidate would also be expected to proffer evidence of a work break in a high-skilled domain. For any assistance with immigration-via the said program—the aspirants would do well to engage a legal professional, who really knows how to properly manage the particulars of the procedure, significantly boosting the chances of a successful petition, and ruling-out the chances of rejections.
Likely Modifications to the Amendments
Reportedly, the Saskatchewan immigration minister had met a group in the month of August before observing that the administration is mulling over certain changes with the federal administration. Amongst the likely alterations he said is the exclusion of the work offer condition, besides the capability for the trained families to offer nomination to a maximum of 3 persons.
Making Efforts to Remove the Uncertainty
Meanwhile, according to an immigration detractor who participated in the protests —the situation has invited much confusion, more so in the backdrop of the likely concession. He added that the issue requires to be made clearer sooner than later by the concerned minister to enable the involved individuals to appreciate the facts and the relevant timelines, lest the situation creates additional chaos for the inhabitants of Saskatoon, and other areas of the Saskatchewan province.