Canada Immigration’s latest News on Dec 7

A study conducted by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship indicates that many immigrants leave Canada, particularly in the four to seven years that follow the granting of permanent status

According to “The Leaky Bucket: A Study of Immigrant Retention Trends in Canada,” around 20% of immigrants had departed over the previous 25 years. With 67,000 departures, “onward immigration” reached a record high of 31% in 2019. According to sources, there is a rising sense of dissatisfaction among newcomers, and more of them are opting to move on. The research tracks departures by looking at the fiscal activities of immigrants, such as income. These were immigrants who entered Canada between 1982 and 2018, who, upon arrival, were at least eighteen years old, and who at least once submitted income taxes. It was discovered that migration from the first year forward averages 0.9%, peaks at 1.33% around year five, and subsequently falls. Nonetheless, from 0.8% in 2016 to 1.18% in 2019, first-year migration increased.

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