Data indicates that between 2022 and 2024, Canada will likely accept over one million new permanent residents, with an annual intake of around 430,000.
Nearly one-third of the arrivals of permanent residents in 2021 came from India, the world’s top source nation.
India has the highest percentage of landings in 2021 for applications for permanent residency (PR) in Canada. Additionally, as the federal government intends to extend invitations to more immigrants in the coming days, the odds of obtaining PRs are further rising as the nation works to recover from the economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
Here are some guidelines to remember if you’re wondering how to organize your immigration to Canada:’
Express Entry is by far the most popular method for requesting permanent residency in Canada. It is an online application management system for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.
You can add your information to the Express Entry pool of applicants and, as a result, receive the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) ratings if you are qualified for these programs.
Your age, level of education, proficiency in either English or French, and years of specialized work experience all affect your scores. The top scorers are invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
The Provincial Nominee Program enables participating Canadian provinces and territories to nominate a predetermined number of economic immigrants for permanent residency each year. However, this is primarily intended for identifying candidates that fulfill the regional labor markets’ unique requirements.
Most regions now have at least one PNP stream that is aligned with the federal Express Entry system.
Studying and working in Canada
If you get a study permit, you will also be able to work up to 20 hours per week during the school year and full-time during school vacations.
If they match the program’s qualifying requirements, Indians may be qualified for an accelerated study permit under the Student Direct Stream program, according to CIC News.
You may be able to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit through several academic programs (PGWP). After finishing your education, you will be able to work anywhere in Canada for any employer thanks to this highly sought-after work visa. A two-year program of study may be sufficient to qualify you for a two-year PGWP because the duration of the work permit is often equivalent to the duration of the program of study.