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Canada is facing with Shortage
Canada is set to welcome more than 1 million new immigrants over the next three years, with an annual intake that could reach as high as 390,000 in 2022.
Despite fears of a global recession due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is agreed across the board that high immigration intake is justified with more than 9 million Canadians reaching retirement age in the next decade.
According to the plan, Canada will bring in about 341,000 newcomers this year, 351,000 in 2021 and 361,000 in 2022. Canada has made available more than 60 different programs, the majority of the immigrants will come under either the Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Program or other pilot projects which make up about 58 per cent of the intake; followed by those sponsored by Canadians as spouses 26 per cent; with the remaining 16 per cent as refugees or on humanitarian grounds.
The new Express Entry program will manage applications for permanent residence for immigrants who can fill jobs where there is a lack of available skilled Canadian workers.
In the vast majority of the cases, a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is required before a Canadian employer can hire a temporary foreign worker.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are a key part of Canada’s immigration policy, it the fastest-growing economic Canadian immigration pathway.
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In response to the labour market needs of an aging population, especially in remote communities, the immigration plan strikes a balance between meeting Canada’s economic needs and obligation to reunite families and shelter refugees in need of protection.
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