From 2023-2025 Canada Government Plans to Welcome 500000 Immigrants; How Can Apply
Canada government aims to welcome 465,000 new permanent residents in 2023, 485,000 in 2024 and 500,000 in 2025
Canada has recently released its Immigration Levels Plan 2023-2025 which aims to invite 465,000 new immigrants in 2023, 485,000 immigrants in 2024, and 500,000 new immigrants in 2025. The country broke its all-time immigration record by inviting over 405,000 immigrants in 2021 and is looking forward to welcoming approximately 432,000 immigrants this year.
The Immigration Levels Plan acts as a guide for the number of immigrants Canada targets to welcome each year. Canada’s immigration goals include growing the economy, reuniting families, and offering asylum to refugees fleeing hardship abroad.
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Express Entry and PNP Goals Will Increase
Economic class programs such as those within Express Entry or Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs) account for the majority of new permanent residents. The targets for Express Entry landings will increase as follows:
- 82,880 in 2023
- 109,020 in 2024
- 114,000 in 2025
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) will remain Canada’s foremost admissions program for economic-class immigrants and targets will also rise to:
- 105,500 in 2023
- 110,000 in 2024
- 117,500 in 2025
Increased PGP Admissions
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) also have the mandate to unify families. After economic class programs, family class sponsorship is the second largest permanent residence class set out by the Immigration Levels Plan. In family immigration programs, a spouse, partner, child, or other members of the family sponsors the applicant for permanent residence. Canada will continue to look to welcome 80,000 new immigrants per year under the spouses, partners, and children program.
Parents and Grandparents Program participants will reach 28,500 in 2023, 34,000 in 2024, and 36,000 in 2025.
For more please click official link; https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/notices/supplementary-immigration-levels-2023-2025.html?fbclid=IwAR0l9yOToDA1LRsuHMWc1JHi683lvDjCd2mkWwJDP4EuBWVAKXzcsPbCas0
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The Number of Refugees and Humanitarians is Expected to Decline
Refugees and humanitarian-class immigrants also have an allocation under the immigration levels plan. Canada grants asylum to displaced persons from unsafe countries. Due to its ongoing efforts to complete several campaigns. Such as welcoming 40,000 Afghan refugees, Canada has high humanitarian targets. During 2023 and 2024, the overall refugee class target will be just over 76,000 new arrivals, before declining to 72,750 in 2025. As for the humanitarian class target, all expect to decline from nearly 16,000 in 2023 to 8,000 by 2025.
Why Canada is betting high on immigration(500000 Immigrants)?
Two significant factors are leading to country’s growing immigration targets.
1. An acute labour shortage
2. And at the same time, there are one million job vacancies in the country.
Canada’s low birth rate of 1.4 children per woman majorly impacts on Labour shortages, one of the lowest globally. The country has one of the world’s oldest populations. Approximately nine million people, or nearly a quarter of Canada’s population, will reach retirement age by 2030.
To ease the immigration process further, the country has announced to relax the rules for Express Entry draw. The pathway to invite international skilled workers to the country by offering permanent residency.
Accordingly, from 2023, the Express Entry system will transition away from a focus on CRS scores. This system conduct draws that allow Canada to welcome immigrants that help the country better focus on addressing specific areas of labour market need and weakness.
However, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada expressed that it will “consult a wide range of stakeholders to inform new categories in Express Entry” to ultimately decide on the details of the new format.
How Canada immigration(500000 Immigrants) policy is different from the US and the UK?
Canada’s policy is unique as it emphasises on economic immigration. The authority welcomed about half of Canada’s permanent residents, because of their skills. Not under family reunification.
In the UK, a bit over one in four permanent residents are welcomed through the economic stream. In the US, only about 20% of green cards are issued for economic reasons. Both countries have signalled they hope to increase the proportion of economic immigrants entering their respective countries. But a big difference for both countries is that most economic immigrants must be sponsored by their employers, – the BBC report cited.
However, the immigration policy in Australia and New Zealand is quite similar systems to Canada.
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