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ICU immigration service center identifies immigration problems occurred after
end of World War II, the Canadian, and Australian economy began a period of expansion. Indeed, the economy grew so rapidly that soon there were too few workers in Canada to meet the demand. Fearing that the economy might stall, they lifted restrictions on immigration to bring in tens of thousands of workers and their families from Europe. While preference was still given to people from Britain and western Europe, the need for workers remained so great that the door was gradually opened to other Europeans as well. Immigrants from southern Europe and refugees from Soviet occupied Europe arrived. Unlike earlier waves of immigrants, most who came after World War II did not settle on farms or in remote mining and lumbering towns. The majority settled in cities. Nor were they all laborers. Many were well-educated and trained professionals.

Canadians and Australians supported efforts to end racism and discrimination in Canadian law.  The last racial and ethnic barriers to Canadian immigration were finally removed in 1967. The result was a dramatic change in the sources of immigrants. Non-Europeans, especially immigrants from Asia and the Caribbean, arrived in increasing numbers. Today, immigrants and refugees from the developing world and from other non-European sources outnumber European immigrants by about three to one. As a result, visible minorities have become an increasingly important part of the national fabric.

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and Australia Department Of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) posts application processing times for all Canadian and Australian Immigration Visa Offices, but unfortunately the published processing times are never current and the range of application processing times are in delay that they are of little assistance keeping applicants facing delay and waiting on the raw.

After the revolutions earlier this year 2011 which occurred in Egypt, Tunis, Yemen, Syria and Bahrain, there were a flood of applications lodged For Immigration to Australia, Canada, NZ, Europe and United States. People who are interested for immigration must lodge their application right now. Contact us to start your immigration file.

People who are suffering from delay of application already submitted. This delay outcome from incomplete application and/or misrepresentation of application file submitted to department of immigration. Please contact us immediately to discuss this case with you and we will solve the problems.

How long will it take to process my application for Canada or Australia?

This is probably the most frequently asked question, mostly because there is no real or accurate answer. Every visa office has a different time frame. If you fill out and supply all of the forms correctly, you may be processed at some visa offices in as little as a few months. If the security background check is an issue, it can take as long as a few years.

Every missing document in your application will delay the processing by several weeks, sometimes months. Copies that are hard to read will cause even more delay. It is not unheard of the whole application being returned because one! question was not answered. There is no really simple answer to this question! It is a question of how you file and where you file.

How could I know my Canada Immigration application file status?

We can access your application to know where you immigration file stands. This service is not free of charge, and you should contact us in this concern.

 


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