I thought I read that it did, but I'm still seeing articles on the immigration reform package...maybe there's still time to protest. In the meantime, April flies by as some nice work hits the door. On the personal immigration front, still no additional info for us - by this time in the last round we already had both approval of sponsorship and a rejection of our request.
I guess the backlog IS huge!
And here's an interesting little side note on the current immigration debate. Were you aware that the proposed changed wont be retroactive? It will only apply to applications received after February of 2008 (I believe that's the right date). So while it will eventually have an impact on the total backlog of applications being processed, it will not in anyway impact the CURRENT backlog.
And we still don't hear any talk of Finley going on a hiring spree to deal with what is at it's heart, a human resources management issue...
And also in the meantime, we do hear of immigrant groups grumbling with increasing volume about what will happen to Liberal support if the Liberals don't support their constitutes.
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