Points going up or staying?

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Subject: Points going up or staying?
So many people say so many different things. Any news if the points stay at 67 or should we start worry about going up? Anyone knows anything for sure?
[16-09-2005,15:45]
[***.76.82.89]
cool25
(in reply to: Points going up or staying?)
There is no point in discussing an issue that is totally out of your control.

The only way we as immigration applicnats can know about any change in point is when CIC announces it.

[16-09-2005,15:49]
[**.117.54.205]
Kenny
(in reply to: Points going up or staying?)
I don´t imagine a change in points would affect applications already in process (even if all we have is a file number so far!). I know technically it´s possible, but it seems very unlikely, and would cause CIC many many headaches. I keep reading here and there how much Canada is depending on immigration, and it sounds very unlikely that they would want to decrease the number of applicants they receive. I wouldn´t worry about it, C-25. No point in stressing ourselves out about something so unlikely and so out of our control.
[16-09-2005,15:56]
[***.188.116.10]
wannabecanadian
(in reply to: Points going up or staying?)
The point is that points requirement will stay the same - it´s just a nasty rumour going around just to make our lives more frustrating than it is already. There´s absolutely no concrete evidence (so far).
[16-09-2005,15:57]
[**.54.43.132]
semiretiree
(in reply to: Points going up or staying?)
Dont frustrate me more dudes.
[16-09-2005,19:09]
[***.100.70.212]
Boss
(in reply to: Points going up or staying?)
Yes, it is true that the qualifying mark will be raised soon. I got this from a rupatable lawyer of very high integrity.
[19-09-2005,09:12]
[***.174.155.90]
Dennis

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