As part of its efforts to increase awareness of the advantages of immigration and all the ways it enhances Canada, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been promoting its immigration matters campaign since 2018.
This programme, which is also known as #WelcomingWeek2022, is run by the IRCC to inform Canadians about the benefits of immigration as well as to inform prospective immigrants of these benefits. The programme includes neighbourhood gatherings and a website with immigration success stories, details on the immigration process, and ways Canadians may participate in immigration campaigns in their neighbourhoods. q
Up until August 22 there were around 300,000 new permanent residents in Canada.
Sean Fraser, Canada's minister of immigration, bragged this week that the country had reached the 300,000 level earlier than in any previous year. Only six times since Confederation in 1867 has Canada accepted more than 300,000 immigrants in a calendar year: in the years 1911 to 1913, followed by 2018 through 2021.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) increased immigration in 2021 after travel restrictions connected to the pandemic caused a decli
India is by far the largest supplier of international talent for Canada.
Canada received an all-time high of nearly 405,000 immigrants in 2021. Indian origins are represented by almost one-third of these immigrants.
Additionally, Canada accepted close to 450,000 foreign students last year, w
The program is open to applicants living in Victoria and abroad, the program offers skilled migrants with a pathway to permanent residency in Victoria. The skills that successful applicants bring to Victoria benefits employers and the wider Victorian economy.
The program provides two visa routes.
Newcomers are the most who would be thinking about switching careers as it has been reported that approximately six in 10 immigrants are unsatisfied with their current employment in Canada.
This may be due to compensation, working conditions or lack of career advancement opportunities.
For immigrants and refugees, the decisio
Canada has resumed all-program Express Entry draws on July 6. Since then, the number of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued in each draw has grown by 250 each week, causing the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score needed things to go down.
That being said, score cut-offs are still quite high. The latest Express Entry draw needed candidates to have at least a score of 533. In order to get a score this high, candidates would need to be young, highly educated with work experience, and perhaps even bilingual in order to get an ITA.
It usually follows that the more Express Entry candidates IRCC Canada (IRCC) invites, the lower the CRS cut-off will be. However, ther
The Government of Saskatchewan released a statement that it is seeking greater control over its immigration system.
The statement came on the same day Saskatchewan’s immigration minister Jeremy Harrison attended a meeting in New Brunswick with the rest of Canada’s immigration ministers, including his federal counterpart, Sean Fraser.
The biggest outcome from the meeting is the ministers agreeing to develop a multi-year
After 18 months of hiatus Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held its first draw under Express Entry Program on July 06, 2022 with CRS 557 in which a total 1500 applicants were invited and second draw on July 20, 2022 with CRS 542 in which a total of 1750 applicants invited. In the above invited applications apart from Federal Skilled Worker Program, the other program candidates who fall under Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nomination Program applicants were also considered. IRCC issued the bifurcated number of applicants for each program as mentioned below.
Canada IRCC has invited 1750 new application with CRS 542 in the new draw held yesterday, a slight increase in number of applications pick up and decrease in CRS Score compared to last draw which held on 7th July 2022 with CRS 557 and 1500 application pickups.
FSW draws are on track with a target of 55,900 applications by this year ending and aiming for 1,11,500 applicants till 2024.
Before the COVID-19, most Express Entry draws were not program-specific, candidates eligible for any Express Entry program had the chance to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) if they met
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Express Entry draws have resumed on July 07, 2022 after 18 long months. Candidates eligible for Express Entry program have the chance to apply for permanent residence.
On July 6,
Canada’s Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has confirmed on Twitter that Express Entry draws for all programs will recommence today i.e. Wednesday July 6, 2022 after a hiatus of over 18 months.
Draws for the
Canada’s immigration objective is to constantly increase immigration levels in order to strengthen its economy, reunite families and provide humanitarian assistance to refugees.
Canada has three classes of immigration: economic class, family class and refugee class.
The economic class comprises immigrants who have been selected for the
Immigration Minister Mr. Sean Fraser confirmed that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is on track to normalize Express Entry draws in early July. IRCC made the commitment in April, and also pledged to get the Express Entry TAT time back to six months when the all-program draws resume.
IRCC paused Express Entry invitations to apply (ITA) for permanent residence to Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) candidates in December 2020 amid the pandemic. It did the same for Canadian Experience Class (CEC) candidates in September 2021.
Preceding to the pandemic, IRCC usually considered all candidates in its bi-weekly Express Entry draws. This meant IRCC would invite the candidates with the highest Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores, irrespective of their program of eligibility.