We were talking about adopting the same model as for some exams, like the IELTS or the TOEFL, which are being automated and triaged online. If the application components, which are usually ticked for the CRA and CBSA components, are automated and everything is according to the code and everything is meeting, the system should triage the applications as complete or incomplete. That would cut down on almost 75% of the work done by humans, because it's ticking all the points.
Again, it takes a lot of time to make that cycle between the different government departments, so until the CRA and CBSA provide their input.... If it's all present on an intranet—a government network—I believe they will automatically answer each other and finish the application.
That's what we are trying to do. It's to take the caseload of human effort away from the human officers who are dealing with it. They have an extreme, aggravating caseload. It's to just try to triage those that are complete and ready to put in the funnel, process them more quickly, and make an equitable standard for everyone. This is not subject to opinions or to the evaluation of different ones. It's a standardized process that's going to be applicable to everyone.