Canada to re-initiate Parent and Grandparent program on 2 January 2015

December 20, 2014
Canada to reunite more families with PGP program

CIC (Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration) minister Chris Alexander promulgated that their government is going to re-initiate the parent and grandparent program (PGP) the coming month of 2nd, 2015.

The ministry stated that, from 2012 the country has welcomed around 70,000 grandparents and parents from overseas nations. From two decenniums the new count has depicted the maximum number of grandparent and parent arrivals in the country. Chris Alexander thanked the Canadian government for the new act of swift family re-opening; the backlog as of now decreased to 54 percent.

All the parents and grandparents who are planning to visit their family members staying in Canada can now relocate to the country through PGP (parent and grandparent program). This is one the most convenient and steadfast visa option for grandparents and parents who are willing to stay in the country for long duration of time with their near and dear ones. Around 45,000 Parent and Grandparent Super Visas were granted to overseas nationals with a maximum authorization rate of 80%.

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