4 key purchases from Canada’s New Immigration Level Plan

 4 key purchases from Canada’s New Immigration Level Plan


Here is some important information on the New Canada Immigration Level Plan (all figures below).

    1 - The Plan is the most ambitious plan in Canadian history.

    Since Canada received 401,000 new immigrants since 1913, the country has not exceeded 400,000 dams.  Now Canada decides to exceed that limit every year.

    Immigrant lawyers and hopeful newcomers are waiting to see if the impact of COVID-19 will lead to a drop in immigration to Canada, but that is not the case.  Instead, Canada is ready to accept 1,233,000 new permanent residents over the next three years.  Moreover, these figures consist only of new permanent residents;  Hundreds of thousands of temporary residents - students, staff and visitors - come to Canada every year.

    2 - Most of the new permanent population will come through economic means.

    About 60% of the new permanent population will pursue economic immigration to improve skilled workers and their families.  This is in line with the level of immigration that Canada has experienced in recent years.  More than 100,000 of these immigrants will go through Canada’s popular Express Access system each year (a record), with an estimated 80,000 more regions and territories to meet those who meet their economic and demographic needs.

    3 - Family protection increased immigration goals.

    Canadian citizens and permanent residents are often able to protect their spouse, permanent partner and children dependent on Canadian immigration.  Family reunification has always been a pillar of Canada’s immigration policy, so it’s no surprise that there are big goals for the new 80,000 New Year’s Eve.

    In any case, it is an increase in the protection of parents and grandparents.  The government recently announced plans to fill more than 30,000 new applications in 2021 through the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP), which earned another 24,000 admissions a year for three people.  il.

    4 - Higher targets for refugees and asylum seekers

    Achieving a global trend among peer-developed countries, Canada is doubling its prestige to accommodate a larger number of refugees and asylum seekers.  The 2021-2023 Canadian Immigration Level Plan requires the right of about 60,000 people each year to be permanent residents, a record of the modern era.  More than a third of the admitted refugees will be specifically protected, and a similar number of protected persons and relatives will be given permanent life in Canada.  The government will help most of them.

    Overall, the Canadian Immigration Level 2020-2023 plan is an ambitious project.

    "We believe that Canada will be built through immigration. On the eve of the 2020-2023 Immigration Level Plan, Canadian Migration Minister Marco Mendicino said, 'Immigration helps overcome the pandemic and will be key to reviving the economy in the short term and long-term prosperity.'

    "That's why we need to continue to grow prudently and responsibly to manage Canada's future success."