Canadian immigration to be simplified for students, soon

International students enrolled in Canadian Universities for higher education will soon experience a new and easier facet of Canadian immigration. According to the sources, the Canadian Immigration Minister, John McCallum has promised to bring in changes in the immigration rules for international students.
 
He said, “We’re working right now to reduce the inventory of people waiting. We will be announcing a new system in the fall which will substantially reduce the processing time for family unification.”
 
“International students are among the most promising group of immigrants–they are young, can speak English or French and know about Canada. So, we’re going to give them more points under express entry and make it easier for them to become permanent residents.”
 
At the Immigration town hall organized by Brampton West MP, Kamal Khera, the Canadian Immigration Minister spoke about the possible scope of reforming the immigration rules, among which increase in the number of skilled immigrants to Canada and expediting process for family class immigrants are regarded a priority.  In this regard, he stated: 
 
“We’re working right now to reduce the inventory of people waiting. We will be announcing a new system in the fall which will substantially reduce the processing time for family unification.”
 
“The single-most important commitment we made in the election campaign was to substantially reduce the processing time for the families.”