Abhinav Immigration
by on August 2, 2021

If you plan to immigrate to Canada through the Canada PNP program or via any economic migration program, this article is just for you. Prospective immigration applicants seeking to move to Canada permanently can do so as the country plans to welcome 401,000 permanent residents in 2021, 411,000 in 2022, and 421,000 in 2023. The pandemic has highlighted the importance of immigrants for the economic prosperity of Canada across all sectors. The country has realized the critical role immigrants play in Canada’s health care sector, helping its citizens and residents healthy and safe.

Other relevant industries such as information & technology, agriculture, health & science, rely on immigrants to grow their businesses and generate promising employment opportunities for Canadians. Immigrants are also required to mitigate the effect of an aging population and a low birth rate.

Not only economic migration, this immigration plan also gives importance to family reunification and Canada’s commitment to protecting refugees and safeguarding people coming from war-prone nations.

The target numbers show that Canada will focus on welcoming over 400,000 newcomers in the next three years despite the pandemic. So, if you want to kick-start the Canada PR Process, it’s the right time to do so.

Key takeaways of the immigration plan:

• The drastic increase in the number of admissions over the next three years intends to compensate for the shortfall in 2020.

• The immigration target aims to welcome 60% of the immigrants under the economic class programs, including the Express Entry and the Provincial Nominee Program.

• The government wants to implement innovative and community-driven approaches to address acute labor shortage needs of Canada.

• The government is committed to process more applications with the help of digital platforms to curb the negative impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on the processing of PR visa applications.

• additional points for French-speaking candidates under Express Entry, to promote the growth of Francophone communities outside of Quebec

• a pathway to permanent residency for eligible asylum claimants who were working on the front lines of the pandemic between March 13 and August 14, 2020, providing direct care to patients in health-care institutions.

• Promoting more immigration through provincial nominee programs, including Saskatchewan PNP.

Canada is committed to welcome more and more newcomers by the end of 2021 and beyond. The country is opting for every possible measure to bring back its immigration system to pre-pandemic levels and boost its economic prosperity.
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