COVID-19 harmed many global economies, but Canada had one of the fastest recoveries due to its Immigration plans. Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration and all matters pertaining have released his latest immigration plan for 2023 – 2025. Skills in the healthcare, trades, manufacturing and technology sector are expected to face challenges unless immigration strategies have been readjusted. The new plan is said to assist businesses to find workers and embrace immigration through planned levels.
The increase will focus on economic growth amongst smaller towns and developing communities.
- The levels will include a long-term economic focus by inviting more than 50% of skilled workers into the economic class by 2025.
- Priority will surround the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and Math) with advances through the Express Entry System.
- Expansion amongst Provincial Nominations like the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot and the Atlantic Immigration Program will address local labour market shortages.
- Visa options that allow families to be reunited will be administered faster.
- At least 4% of new bilinguals (English and French) will be welcomed outside of Quebec.
- Haven opportunities through the expansion of Economic Mobility pathways will be available to those facing persecution within their own country.
These new levels will strengthen the immigration system of Canada and improve the benefits across the country. The sustainable growth around the Provincial Nominee program and encouraging Francophone communities beyond Quebec borders allow for a diverse, growing economy. These new improvements will give Canada a chance to strengthen its continued economic growth and fulfil Canadian humanitarian needs.
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