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Subject: Canadian PR Quota
I have never heard anything about a quota for PR Canada. Never seen one in any official website and never heard this from any immigration lawyer. Does anyone have a link to an official website stating that there is a quota for Canadian PR?

Thanks
ms00ms

[23-09-2005,13:38]
[**.161.229.130]
ms00ms
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
I think we´ve been through this a dozen times. There is a quota only for skilled worker´s class. There are no quotas for family class.
[23-09-2005,13:46]
[**.235.111.195]
FWChelle
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
I will back up FWCHELLE and say SHE IS RIGHT.....no quota for Family Class.....BUT there is for Skilled Workers.
Trust Us.

CHHERS

[23-09-2005,13:52]
[**.244.235.25]
Rachunek
Quota (in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
It the quota worldwide or by region? Any indication it has been met in 2005?
[23-09-2005,14:37]
[**.38.207.198]
Tim
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
If you scroll through some older posts here, you´ll see some discussion on this. A few people in the skilled workers class have received letters that they met the quota for 2005 and will continue processing their applications in January 2006.

[23-09-2005,15:03]
[**.235.111.195]
FWChelle
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
Because I knew someone else would ask the same question I booked marked the following CIC papge. This the target range for PR for 2005-2006.

For spouses the traget is 46-50K, but it they had completed the application and they are over the 50k range they will still grant PR, unlike SW applicants who have to wait for the next year.

Hope this helps, BTW, get a different Lawyer.


http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/est-pre/20052006/CI-CI/CI-CIr5604_e.asp#IV_annex1

RPP 2005-2006
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Previous
Table of Contents

Section IV: Annexes
Annex 1:
Immigration Levels for 2005 ? Target Ranges [note 51]
ECONOMIC CLASS
Skilled workers 112,500 - 124,500
Business immigrants 9,500 - 10,500
Provincial/territorial nominees 8,000 - 10,000
Live-in caregivers 2,500 - 3,000
Total Economic Class (including dependants) 132,500 - 148,000
FAMILY CLASS
Spouses, partners and children 46,000 - 50,000
Parents and grandparents 5,500 - 6,800
Total Family Class 51,500 - 56,800
PROTECTED PERSONS
Government-assisted refugees 7,300 - 7,500
Privately sponsored refugees 3,000 - 4,000
Protected persons recognized as such in Canada 16,500 - 17,500
Dependants abroad of protected persons landed in Canada 4,000 - 4,800
Total Protected Persons 30,800 - 33,800
OTHERS
Humanitarian and compassionate grounds, public policy considerations 5,100 - 6,200
Permit holders 100 - 200
Total Others 5,200 - 6,400
TOTAL PERMANENT RESIDENTS 220,000 - 245,000



[23-09-2005,16:47]
[***.246.61.1]
Katrina
Quota met (in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
I had read about some people in the Philipines receiving such a letter. However, the numbers in Katrina´s post are worldwide. Any inidication that the worldwide quota has been met in 2005? That would certainly derail my plans...
[23-09-2005,21:20]
[***.103.123.149]
Tim
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
The question was just about quote and is it´s existence. My post simply confirms that the government set targets/quota for each category of PR applicants from that the targets are further divided by processing offices. Some regions may use up their target for the year ahead of other because of the volumn of applicants.


[23-09-2005,22:07]
[**.50.123.19]
Katrina
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
I got the same letter regarding quota. My CIC office is Singapore. I have to wait for December 2005 for new year

Masud

[24-09-2005,05:44]
[***.63.239.166]
Masud
(in reply to: Canadian PR Quota)
mine is singapore too plz inform me if you get the letter.


[25-09-2005,13:38]
[***.128.141.20]
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