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Minister‌ ‌reaffirms‌ ‌faith‌ ‌in‌ ‌Immigration‌ ‌for‌ ‌the‌ ‌growth‌ ‌of‌ ‌Canada’s‌ ‌economy‌

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The true Canadian advantage lies in the continued success of businesses and communities that make full use of Canada’s progressive immigration policies, recently opinionated Marco Mendicino and Navdeep Bains.

Being a third-generation immigrant themselves, Marco Mendicino and Navdeep Bains is among the countless immigrant success stories across Canada. Today, they oversee important portfolios in the government that are critical to the country’s economic growth. 

Navdeep Bains is in-charge of the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Industry while Marco Mendicino oversees the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship in the present Canadian federal government. 

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One million new immigrants by 2021:

More than one million new permanent residents were slated to join between 2019 and 2021. The exuberant immigration level plan had a good run in 2019. Express Entry draws and Provincial Nominee Programs even performed well in the first half of 2020. The fact that pandemic has disturbed the equilibrium is being restored well by progressive Canadian immigration policies. 

The liberal policies of Canada immigration ensured that foreign workers remained largely exempt from Canada’s current COVID-19 travel restrictions. Regular conduct of Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draws have kept the hopes of several aspirants alive. In fact, the number of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued in 2020 so far through Express Entry draws is the highest since 2017.  

Ministers have reaffirmed their faith in immigration for the growth of Canada’s economy. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is expecting an incoming surge in global talent once the pandemic has passed. The provincial and federal immigration programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Class and the Provincial Nominee Program are some of the best options for aspiring immigrants. 

A candidate willing to apply under such programs must have a good Comprehensive Ranking System score that typically depends on age, educational qualification, work experience, language proficiency, spouse adaptability, etc. 

Take this free assessment to know your eligibility and various options for immigration to Canada

Digital work permits mooted:

In a parallel discussion, some experts and lawyers dealing in Canadian Immigration believe technology can be best put to use in such testing times. Although limited only to highly-skilled professional, a secure digital work permit and a social identification number (SIN) assigned to them will solve worker shortage issue. A digital work permit would allow these “virtual immigrants” to remotely start working with their new Canadian employers. Once the entry ban to Canada is to be lifted, the digital work permit would automatically be replaced by the regular work permit and SIN if the worker moves to Canada. 

Canadian borders remain closed yet Immigration scenario appears to be active with regular yet changed Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Program draws. CanApprove wishes to advise all the aspirants looking to immigrate to Canada to make use of this unprecedented opportunity to strengthen their Expression of Interest (EoI). Improving their score in skill assessments and language proficiency tests now will go a long way in getting a Canada visa in quick time. 

Contact our team of expert consultants at CanApprove to plan your Canada Immigration and get the latest updates on the same.

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