How Many Migrants Canada Will Welcome in 2020- 2022

Canada is a diverse country built on the decades of efforts by many generations of politicians, immigrants, and citizens. It is not anymore a side-option to seek out the so-called American Dream. Now, Canada has one of the highest immigration rates per-capita among the powerhouses.

We have been delivering Canadian immigration services for several years. But every year is not the same. So as a responsible partner, we make sure you are aware of our shared efforts and the opportunities we have to take a part in.

But is Canada still the destination goal in 2020? Let us take you through the path of realizing your dream to migrate to Canada …

Provincial Update

We have informed before, Alberta invited Express Entry candidates with CRS scores as low as 350 in the month of January. The result was announced on the official site a few days ago.

When a CRS like this one pops out on the immigration news boards, you can’t imagine how happy we feel. In a simple and straight phrase, it’s an opportunity.

In this round, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) issued a total of 201 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence (PR).

Looking at how a quarter of Canada’s immigrants arrived from India in 2019, this year may be more hopeful for migrants. The latest federal Express Entry draw on 5th February 2020, the CRS threshold was 472. So, AINP’s invitation round was an opportunity for the candidates who have lower CRS scores.

Following the Year 2017 and 2018, India Once Again Positioned 1st Among the Source Country of New Immigrants to Canada in 2019

As mentioned above, Canada welcomed a quarter of its population of Indian migrants to the country. These migrants were skilled workers who took various pathways to make it to Canada. Let’s take a look at the following top rankers who get positioned after India!

Total New Immigrants in 2019

  341,180

India

85,585

China

30,260

Philippines

27,815

Nigeria

12,595

United States of America

10,800

Pakistan

10,790

Syria

10,120

Eritrea

7,025

Korea, Republic of

6,110

Iran

6,055

The appointment of the immigration mister, Marco Mendicino and his announcements on 2020’s immigration plan created a wave of excitement.

In our posts, we mentioned, the Federal Government announced to invite over 341,000 immigrants in 2020, 3,50,000 in 2021, and 360,000 in 2022. Along with, the provincial nomination quota will be increased from 61,000 to 67,800 for this year.

Now we are in 2020, so it is time for the government to declare the immigration plan for 2020-2022. Here is good news for you! The Canadian immigration authorities will officially reveal immigration levels in March. The report will acknowledge the country’s priorities and necessities on the grounds of skilled migrants. We hope to see a favourable result. To know more, call us and don’t forget to read our weekly newsletters.

In 2020, You can Bring your Parents to Live in Canada as Permanent Citizens!

It seems the year 2020 still has more surprises for us!

Canada’s thoughtful immigration policies have opened opportunities for sponsoring parents and grandparents to live in Canada. The parents and grandparents program normally opens for applications once a year, mostly in January. However, in December, Canada confirmed that there will be a delay in the announcement of the process and many other changes.

A few days ago, Canada govt. announced that Parents and Grandparents Program changes are expected by April 2020. With that being said, we urge all the eligible applicants to get their documents ready to submit their “Interest to Sponsor” application and notify IRCC. Because once the changes are announced, there is a high probability that they will open for applicants soon. If you are a potential migrant, then you should understand that to migrate to Canada with your parents is possible. We will assist you throughout the journey.

For more information on any of the above updates, call us today!

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