The Canadian Government is going to accept 350,000 permanent residence applications every year until 2022. The most significant revelation is Canada’s target for 2022 and this is the first time such information has become publicly available. Therefore, by 2022, the year’s new permanent residents in Canada will account for one per cent of the population, Mendicino said.
But the question is, how can you get a PR for yourself and your family?
Canada will continue to admit the balance of its newcomers under the economic class, with 58 per cent set to arrive through the Express Entry programs, the Provincial Nominee Program, Quebec’s programs, and other federal streams such as the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP). Most of the growth will come from the economic class, as its target is going to rise by nearly 10,000 immigrants each year.
Express Entry will remain the flagship program for welcoming immigrants to Canada and has been successful since its launching in January 2015. Mendicino noted that 95 per cent of Express Entry arrivals have jobs and some 80 per cent are working in their fields. Therefore, being a part of this program, with the required CRS scores (with PNP or LMIA), you sure can be a successful PR holder.
Also, Canada is expecting to settle 49,700 refugees and other protected people in 2020, a number applauded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees representative in Ottawa.
Canada is built on the strength of immigration and therefore, welcoming immigrants will help to grow the labour market, support businesses, and ensure that “Canada remains the best country in the world.”
Thus, you can be a part of Canada through various immigration programs available. For help and advice on your individual PR prospect, please contact the experts at:
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