According to the current process, the asylum seeker first submits their asylum claim in writing. Based on the relevant factors in the regulations, when the asylum seeker's credibility is critical in the decision-making, a hearing must be held. That is also what the Supreme Court ruled in Singh v. Minister of Employment and Immigration. According to my understanding of the amendment proposed, all the cases where the asylum claim is determined to be ineligible will require a hearing, whether or not credibility is critical to the decision-making process.
On May 27th, 2019. See this statement in context.