Canadian Permanent Residency:
The gateway to a promising future for you and your family
Canada is currently ranked one of the world’s best countries to work and settle in. It is among world’s most revered countries when it comes to high standard of living, immensely skilled labour force, employment rate and economic growth. These are some of the major reasons that foreign skilled professionals and entrepreneurs/investors strive to become Canadian residents and eventually obtain citizenship of this magnificent country.
World’s largest immigration Group- WWICS lauded the Federal Government for the efforts and compassion it has shown to immigrants. Mr. Anwar Karim (AVP – WWICS Group) praised the Canadian Government’s efforts and commitment to tackle the pandemic coronavirus and asserted that, “At a time when the whole world is going through such unprecedented event, the commitment of the Canadian government towards its citizens and permanent residents has been enormous and very impressive.”
Mr. Waquar Karim, VP from CBIS – an associate of WWICS facilitating its clients and entrepreneurs wanting to establish their businesses or invest in highly secure projects worldwide through its wide network of associates in Canada, USA, UK, Europe, India and Caribbean Islands, said “Despite coronavirus related restrictions in place; the Canadian visa application process has not really been affected and is still open to those who want to start a new life in Canada. In fact, now may actually be the best time to submit your application as the country will welcome over 4 lakh immigrants in the year 2021 through its 100+ economic and business immigration programs”.
Canada has long been recognized as one of the world’s top destinations for international migrants that will give them good opportunities and welcome them with open arms. The country continues to move forward with a bold and long-term planning to spearhead economic growth. However, as Canada’s the baby boomer generation already beginning to retire, options to hire locally are diminishing. In fact, it is estimated that millions of additional workers and professionals will need to be hired in Canada over the next decade to sustain country’s economic growth.
2020 remained a record-breaking year for Canada’s popular Express Entry system! The country issued highest-ever 107,350 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residence to immigration candidates. However, this number is going to be bigger since the country is all set to welcome over 1.2 million new immigrants in next three years as per its 2021-2023 Multiyear Immigration Plan. It means that the chances of a successful Canada immigration for you are more than ever!
To obtain permanent residency in Canada, aspirants have to apply through an official immigration program. There are various immigration pathways ranging from immigration for foreign skilled workers, entrepreneurs/investors, students, and families.
POPULAR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION OPTIONS FOR SKILLED PROFESSIONALS & WORKERS
· Express Entry
· Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
· Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
· Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)
· Yukon PNP
· The Priority Skills Newfoundland and Labrador
POPULAR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION OPTIONS FOR ENTREPRENEURS & INVESTORS
· Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) – Entrepreneur Streams : New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
· Start-up Visa Program
· Owner Operator Program
Canada emerges the top country for immigrants amidst the COVID-19 crisis
Canada has one of the most positive attitudes toward immigrants in the developed world, which is further manifested by all the commendable efforts and measures it is taking to accommodate immigrants amidst the current global health challenge- COVID-19.
Perhaps the biggest indication of Canada’s resounding commitment towards immigrants, even regardless of the special immigration and travel restrictions in place, is that both the Federal Government and Canadian Provinces continue to hold regular immigration draws to invite more candidates to submit their applications for provincial nomination and Canadian permanent residence.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has also announced various temporary measures to help applicants who are not able to submit their complete documentation due to coronavirus-related disruptions. Applicants are granted extra time to submit supporting documentation as long as they can provide proof that they were unable to attain due to being restricted to do so.