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【头条资讯】加拿大移民部长表示将帮助国际学生更容易获得移民身份啦!

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加拿大永久居民。移民部长John McCallum说:他打算和各省的移民厅长一起讨论重新改造现有的快速通道移民项目。

很多国际学生的移民申请都被快速通道系统拒绝,因为快速通道系统更倾向于来自加拿大以外的技术工人。

John McCallum在与各省的移民厅长见面以后,告诉采访的记者,“我们必须做吸引更多在加拿大的留学生成为本国的永久居民。目前的快速通道系统阻碍了国际学生申请。国际学生是未来加拿大人的理想人选,所以我很希望和各省的移民厅长一起改变现在的快速通道系统。

John McCallum还强调国际学生是加拿大移民最合适的来源人员,因为他们受过良好的教育,同时会说英语或者法语。所以我们更加需要帮助国际学生成为加拿大移民。我已经把国际学生列为最应该移民加拿 加拿大联邦政府正在努力帮助从加拿大高等教育机构毕业的国际留学生,让他们更容易地变成加拿大永久居民。

移民部长John McCallum说:他打算和各省的移民厅长一起讨论重新改造现有的快速通道移民项目。很多国际学生的移民申请都被快速通道系统拒绝,因为快速通道系统更倾向于来自加拿大以外的技术工人。

John McCallum在与各省的移民厅长见面以后,告诉采访的记者,“我们必须做吸引更多在加拿大的留学生成为本国的永久居民。目前的快速通道系统阻碍了国际学生申请。国际学生是未来加拿大人的理想人选,所以我很希望和各省的移民厅长一起改变现在的快速通道系统。John McCallum还强调国际学生是加拿大移民最合适的来源人员,因为他们受过良好的教育,同时会说英语或者法语。所以我们更加需要帮助国际学生成为加拿大移民。我已经把国际学生列为最应该移民加拿大人群的第一位。

以下是Globe and Mail 新闻原文:

The Liberal government is moving to make it easier for international students to become permanent residents once they have graduated from Canadian postsecondary institutions.Immigration Minister John McCallum said he intends to launch federal-provincial talks to reform the current Express Entry program, a computerized system that serves as a matchmaking service between employers and foreign skilled workers. Thousands of international students have been rejected for permanent residency because the program favours prospective skilled workers from abroad.“We must do more to attract students to this country as permanent residents,” Mr. McCallum told reporters after meeting with his provincial and territorial counterparts Monday.“International students have been shortchanged by the Express Entry system. They are the cream of the crop in terms of potential future Canadians and so I certainly would like to work with my provincial and territorial colleagues to improve that.”Mr. McCallum said international students are ideal immigrants and should be recruited by Canada.“I believe international students are among the most fertile source of new immigrants for Canada. By definition, they are educated. They speak English or French,” said the minister.“They know something about the country, so they should be first on our list of people who we court to come to Canada,” said the minister.