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Canada Migration

According to the Canada Immigration Program, the country expects to receive about 1.3 million immigrants between 2022 and 2024. In order to make the immigration process more accessible, the Canadian government has made more than 100 immigration pathways available to applicants.

Immigrants love Canada, and they act as a kind of economic safety net for the country. Although there are many work prospects in numerous industries in Canada, there is a labor shortage there as well as an aging population.

Three sorts of immigration are accepted into Canada: family class, economic class, and refugee and humanitarian class.
 

Program for Immigration of Skilled Workers

Under its skilled worker immigration program, Canada aims to accept approximately 400,000 immigrants annually, 60% of whom are skilled workers. Express Entry Program is the main immigration route for talented workers looking to move to Canada. Alternative immigration routes to Canada include the Provincial Nominee Program, Quebec Skilled Worker Program, and others. Under the sponsorship program, skilled workers can sponsor their family members' immigration to Canada. Sponsored members who satisfy all eligibility requirements can also obtain permanent residency status.

The candidates are assisted in obtaining permanent residency in Canada by other federal skilled worker programs. Small and rural areas are permitted to hire skilled immigrants through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP). For qualified temporary foreign employees in the agriculture industry, the Agri-Food Immigration Pilot offers a road to Canadian permanent residence. Pilot Program for Home Support Workers and Child Care Providers

Programs for Other Federally Skilled Workers

Canadian PR Visa Requirements

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), developed by IRCC, uses a point-based scoring system to determine eligibility for Canada PR.

The following criteria are used by the scoring system to determine points:

  1. Knowledge of the Language Education Work Experience

  2. Age-Related Employment Flexibility

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