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Canadian Immigration Blog
Re-launching the Parent and Grandparent Program
The Government plans to bring families together quicker by cutting immigration backlogs and wait times. To accomplish this, the PGP program will re-open for new applications on January 2, 2014 with tighter admission criteria and a cap on applications. Previous, backlogs in the PGP program meant families could wait 8 years or more. With these new criteria and a cap on applications, it will reduce the backlog and improve wait times.
From 2012-2013, Canada has welcomed more than 50,000 parents and grandparents, which is the highest number in nearly a decade.
More information about the changes and how to apply for the new PGP program will be made available at the end of the month, December 31, 2013.
For more information, click here.
Read Mario D. Bellissimo’s comments here.