Easier Canada Permanent Residency for Foreign Workers Likely

Canada, 12th September: Easier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers is likely.

Yes, that seems quite true.

Easier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers likelyEasier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers likely—Easier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers is likely. Yes, that is quite true. That’s what Canada immigration minister has to suggest. Canada immigration minister John McCallum has maintained that easier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers is likely.

In addition, there could be easier Canada citizenship too eventually, he hinted out. He was addressing a “Question Period”. Not giving further details, he said that he was yet waiting for a parliamentary report to be introduced this month.

Canada Liberal government talked of revamping the program that allows foreign workers in low skilled positions.

“ Easier Canada permanent residency for foreign workers is quite likely, said the immigration minister recently. “

When asked whether the nation will ease Canada permanent residency rules, the minister said that the government is considering a pathway to Canada permanent residency for foreign workers.

He further maintained that those coming to Canada should have a route to Canada permanent residency more so.

Foreign farm workers demand Canada permanent residency status—Meanwhile, several foreign farm workers have demanded permanent status in Canada. As per the reports, migrant workers launched a 1,500 km caravan to Ottawa to get Canada permanent residence. This was also aimed to end alleged exploitation.

Canada TFWP under review—Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program(TFWP) is under review. It was under scrutiny in last few years after the alleged misuse. It may be worth mentioned that the number of temporary foreign workers to Canada soared up significantly.

In nearly ten years, the number of temporary agricultural workers in Canada increased noticeably. It almost doubled by touching the figures of 41,700 in 2013 from 20,000 in the year 2004. Last year, nearly 40,100 temporary agricultural workers were on jobs in Canada.

It may be worth mentioned that the TFWP aims to fill jobs on a limited basis when no Canadians can be found. This was revealed by Lindsay Wemp, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada spokesperson.

Qualified foreign workers get an opportunity to get Canada permanent residency if they want.