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Canada's Immigration Target of One Million Permanent Residents by 2021 is inspiring the Top Nations

Posted - 17, Jan 2019

Canada is doing just opposite to what most of the first world nations are doing at the moment in terms of immigration. The stance of Canada on immigration and immigrants has surprised most of the experts across the world. When most of the top advanced nations including mighty America and UK are finding ways to restrict the immigrants, Canada is embracing and welcoming the immigrants in the country.

Canada's positive immigration policy is now talk of the town

Canadian government is very clear what they want from their immigration policy. They are welcoming permanent residents to meet the skill shortage across their various provinces and territories. In fact, Canada's most popular point based immigration system is also supports this goal of the government and select the skilled and talented people through a point based system as part of Canada's economic immigration program.

Canada economic immigration program

As per Canada's multiyear Immigration plan (2018-2021), government will accept as many as 1 million permanent residents by the end of year 2021. This incredible immigration influx planned by Canada is fascinating many top advanced countries including America. The buzz is already on in the US media that the US government should also take lesion from the positive immigration stance of the maple leaf country to speed up the economic development operations.

Canada PNP Target 2018-2021

Canada eyes to enhance Annual immigration up to 3, 50,000 by 2021

Canada's three year immigration plan eyes to take annual immigration level to 350,000 permanent residents per year by 2021. Canada has given the economic immigration the largest share in its multiyear immigration plan. And year 2019 will be no different as key economic immigration programs of Canada, i.e. Express Entry System and Provincial Nominee Program will account for more than 75 percent admissions of permanent residents this year.

Express Entry Annual Immigration Target 2018-2021

Express entry annual immigration target bound to reach 88,800 invitations in next three years, while Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) will nominate 71,300 people annually for Canadian permanent residency by 2021.

Top occupation invited last year

As far as top invited occupation are concerned, Software Engineers and designers, Information systems analysts and consultants, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers, and Financial auditor and accountants remained the top five invited occupations last year, as per the data available till October 2018. Find below the list of top 10 occupations of last year.

NOC Top 10 Invited Occupations
2173 Software Engineers and designers
2171 Information systems analysts and consultants
2174 Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
1111 Financial auditor and accountants
1241 Administrative assistants
1123 Professional Occupations in Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations
1112 Financial and Investment Analysts
4011 University professors and lecturers
1122 Professional occupations in business management consulting
124 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
 

The above mentioned occupations are likely to dominate the Canada immigration in 2019 as well.

Apply permanent residency in Canada in 2019

If you aspire to get permanent residency in Canada, year 2019 is the best time to go for the same. If you need complete Canada immigration process and documentation assistance right from the beginning till the approval of PR visa, you may get in touch with qualified Canada immigration experts at Visas Avenue- the top and registered Canadian Visa Consultancy Company in India.

Visas Avenue migration experts on Toll Free Number- 78-18-000-777. Moreover, to get your eligibility checked and subsequently, receive a call from the expert, you may fill the free assessment form.

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