Canada Summer Intent to Welcome 500000 Permanent Citizen

Canada Summer Intent to Welcome 500000 Permanent Citizen

The COVID-19 pandemic-related regulations and limitations have been lifted, and Canada has made preparations to welcome a sizable influx of international students, workers on temporary visas, and immigrants.

Due to limitations put in place by Canada as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, immigrants were not permitted to enter the country. People who had been granted study and permanent residency visas prior to the epidemic were permitted entry into Canada.

During the pandemic, people who received authorisation under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program were also permitted entry into Canada.

In 2021, Canada eliminated some of the restrictions, which increased the number of invitations extended to new immigrants.

According to predictions, there will be more invitations sent in 2022.

The projection for immigration levels from 2022 to 2024 states that Canada will welcome 432,000 permanent residents this year. Applications for the Federal Skilled Worker Program are given priority
by IRCC.

PRs are invited under Canada’s New Immigration Levels Plan from 2022 to 2024 in the first quarter. Approximately 114,000 permanent residents were invited to Canada in the first quarter of 2022.

These applicants included those whose residency status was changed from temporary to permanent. This also applied to people who resided outside of Canada.

In 2021, there will be more Canadians who are permanent residents thanks to three causes. The IRCC has enhanced its capacity for processing applications, which is the first contributing element. The
removal of travel restrictions is the second factor.

At the current rate, Canada will receive 454,410 immigrants. The country’s climate makes up the third factor. Canada observes an increase in immigration every year in the second and third quarters.

People prefer to visit Canada during the warmer months rather than the colder ones, which explains why.

The invitation to permanent residents in 2022 will be influenced by all three of these elements as well. In the third quarter of 2022, it has been projected that about 100,000 new immigrants will be granted permanent resident status in Canada.

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