Canada is considered one of the most convenient countries for immigration With the current scenario of the COVID-19 pandemic, shortage of time to fulfill the immigrant quota, and change in immigration policies. It’s important to understand the future of Canadian immigration.
Immigration is also an essential part of Canada’s economy, even the pandemic people are still applying and getting ITAs. It’s a positive sign for those willing to immigrate to Canada.
From international students to skilled workers, or other categories of immigrants, this shortage in the number of immigrants can put an adverse effect on Canada’s economy.
Let’s get to the point about what is the effect of these new immigration policies and how they can be beneficial for new and existing immigrants.
Canada’s Upgrade Rules: Gearing Up For The Best
The new relaxation by the Canadian government in immigration rules is turning a ray of new hopes for immigrants around the world. On May 6th, 2021 Canada announced three new pathways for permanent residency aspirants. Over 90,000 international graduates, residing healthcare workers, and other essential workers will be benefited from this new stream.
The aim is to provide permanent resident status to all the temporary workers and international graduates living in Canada. These people possess useful skills that can support Canada’s ongoing growth and development.
Canada’s immigration processes are shifting towards greater heights by becoming more convenient and flexible in its rules and regulations.
Updates on the following categories are as follows:
Express Entry (EE)
In the recent draw on April 16th, 2021, there was 6000 Invitation to apply (ITA) sent to candidates having a comprehensive score of 417 CRS. By this, the Canadian government has issued 6000 Express entry PR invitations. There are many possibilities in the future that IRCC will send ITA’s even with lower CRS scores. Be optimistic and keep trying your luck.
Permanent Residency To Healthcare Workers:
Through this program, the government of Canada is providing permanent resident status to foreign essential healthcare workers living in Canada during this pandemic. It’s a great step towards building up a strong healthcare system along with building the country’s economy. Apart from the Covid-19 crisis, the aging population, newborns, and other parts of the healthcare system require young professionals to take charge.
If you fall under any of these categories the government may willingly approve a fast-track permanent resident status.
- Doctors / General physicians
- Nurses and Caregivers
- Lab Technicians
- Social workers
New Immigration Portal
The introduction of new immigration portals is another sign of relief for immigrants across the globe. The aim is to avoid mail delays due to COVID-19 in the hope to keep the process ongoing. It is another feather in the cap.
The first step is to get your documents ready along with a valid passport and visa.
For your visa related services
Contact DY Immigration Consultants for all your visa-related services.
One of the most prominent Canadian immigration consultants, Chandigarh.