//Willis Fu Yiu-wai, immigration director of Hong Kong-based consultants Goldmax Associates, said the number of inquiries from residents and current clients had jumped a day after the Canadian government’s decision.
“We have new residents asking about the new arrangement. People who were not eligible for open working permits before have a chance now, as long as they graduated within the past 10 years,” he said.
“This group of people is likely in their early 30s and entered the workforce a few years ago. It seems like the Canadian government is also snatching talent.”
“We are still watching for any other changes to those rules. Some current clients who signed contracts with us are worried the new arrangement will affect their pathways to permanent residency.”//