Canadian Immigration In 2020: Expect A BIG Year For Provincial And Regional Immigration Programs

Posted by in CIC News, on January 6, 2020

Millions Of The New Canadians Will Arrive Through Canada’s Various Immigration Programs During The New Decade. Following Are Some Of The Notable Developments That We Can Expect Over The New Year.

Parent And Grand Parents Program Changes Expected By April At The Latest It Is To Be Expected

That The Federal Government Will Announce Their Intake Process Plans For The Parents And The Grand Parent’s Program (PGP) By April 2020 At The Latest. While the Federal Government Has An Annual Target Of Welcoming About 21,000 Immigrants Under The PGP. Moreover, It Is Likely That The Federal Government Will Roll Out A New Process That Will Tend To Avoid The Previous Intake Shortcomings.

Ottawa’s Commitment To Regionalisation Is Undeniable

Under The 2019- 2021 Immigration Level Plans, Canada Will Target At Welcoming 67,800 Immigrants (Principal Applicants, Spouses, And The Dependents) Through The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) In The New Year, Which Is An Increase Of 11 Percent Compared With 2019.

Referred from- CIC NEWS

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5 comments on “Canadian Immigration In 2020: Expect A BIG Year For Provincial And Regional Immigration Programs”

  1. by Zabiullah on

    Dear sir or madam
    Please help us because i am an afghan and right now i am living in Turkey with my family i and my wife were students in an university in kabul but as you know the situation of Afghanistan is getting worse we were not able to continue our life because of that we came in turkey three years ago and in here life is too tough
    Thank you

    Reply
  2. by Abdirahiin Omae Hussien Rooble on

    Dear sir or madam
    Please help us because i am an afghan and right now i am living in somalia with my family i and my wife were students in an university in kabul but as you know the situation of Afghanistan is getting worse we were not able to continue our life because of that we came in turkey three years ago and in here life is too tough
    Thank you

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