iCERT and PERM Systems Will be Unavailable from 8:00 pm on April 21 to 6:00 am on Monday (EDT)

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On April 10, 2017, the Department of Labor (DOL) posted an alert stating that the iCERT and PERM systems will be unavailable from 8:00 pm EDT on Friday, April 21, 2017 until 6:00 am EDT on Monday, April 24, 2017. The unavailability will be due to system maintenance.

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Written by Skyline Study on April 17, 2017 - 5:41am

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Canada has announced new immigration measures that are beneficial to international students from India which comprise about 14% of the total international students in Canada. The changes, the department noted in a statement, are “part of a number of improvements the government is making on a continual basis to bring changes for a more fair and responsive immigration system that will address emerging needs and ensure long-term economic growth for the middle class”. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) will award 15 points for a one- or two-year diploma or certificate and 30 points for a degree, diploma or certificate of three years or longer including a master’s, professional or doctoral degree.With these changes, more former international students will be able to transition to permanent residence using the Express Entry system. Former international students are a key source of candidates in Express Entry because of their age, education, skills and experience. The government expects to welcome 300,000 new immigrants next year, 2017. I received this usweful informaiton on two very important sites - www.skylineimmigration.com & www.skylinestudyabroad.com I guess, they are doing all genuine business & poviding all updates to the coming students so that every student will have all best knowledge of stats. With these changes, more former international students will be able to transition to permanent residence using the Express Entry system. Former international students are a key source of candidates in Express Entry because of their age, education, skills and experience.