Trudeau announces expanded immigration plan
Brampton – New Liberal governments will double the number of entry applications for parents and grandparents from 5,000 to 10,000, announced Liberal leader Justin Trudeau today. He was addressing a public meeting in Brampton. He said that he would also make it easier for potential immigrants to come to the country if they already have family members in Canada. To make it easier for immigrants to bring their children to Canada, a Liberal government would restore the maximum age for dependent from 19 to 22 years. Trudeau said that new spouses have to wait for two years to get permanent residency after entering the country; our government will change this situation and will make sure that new spouses get permanent residency immediately after entering the country.