Canada, 22nd June: Let us see some upcoming changes to Canada immigration rules here now.
So, here we go.
Upcoming changes to Canada immigration rules—Do you want to know some upcoming changes to Canada immigration rules? Yes, then let us move further now. Let us see the details here.
Integration of new immigrants—Canada is going to facilitate successful integration of newcomers. Yes, that’s true. Canada will be putting emphasis on social factors to make successful integration and retention of new immigrants.
<blockquote> Let us see some upcoming changes to Canada Immigration rules here. </blockquote>
Reason behind retention of new immigrants—Well, the reason behind retention of new immigrants in Canada is very interesting. Yes, its because immigrant children have high probability of performing better than Canadians. This is true in terms of getting university education in Canada.
Nearly 36 percent of immigrant children get graduation from Canada university. In comparison, less than 25 percent of Canadians get graduation from Canada university. This definitely means more immigrants become entrepreneurs than Canadian counterparts.
Upcoming changes to Canada immigration—changes to Canada immigration currently being reviewed are—
- Re-designing Canada Express Entry to make it flexible and transparent;
- Re-designing Canada Temporary Foreign Worker Program to fulfill the requirements of employers. It wants to protect the Canada labor market too.
- Elimination of LMIA(Labor Market Impact Assessment) condition for businesses wishing to recruit candidates using Express Entry. This is for those working in Canada under International Mobility Program.
- Revision of assessment process for foreign students working under Canada Post-graduate Work program. This is to get qualified under Canada Express Entry.
Social versus economic Canada immigration—immigrants including those coming under refugee class make contributions to society(economically). It is also true that all foreigners coming to Canada make vital social contributions. Hence, a recent report called for a balance between economic immigration and social immigration in Canada.
It may be worth notable that impact of Family Class on immigration retention is not highlighted. That’s not all. Any new immigrant who faces financial problems or is jobless is going to return to the native nation. It’s an obvious choice for the concerned immigrant in Canada.