Canada Immigration 2022

Canada ranked first place for immigration and investment

In 2021, Canada got first place in Immigration and Investment on the Anholt-Ipsos Nation Brands Index. This study measured 60 nations and derived their survey results from 60,000 interviews. Moreover, the study ranked the countries based on six categories: Exports, Governance, Culture, People, Tourism, Investment and Immigration.

According to the study, Canada obtained the “first place rankings on the Governance, People, and Immigration and Investment indices, as well as relatively steady rankings on Exports, Tourism, and Culture”. These scores contributed to Canada’s record ranking in 2021. However, this was not enough to get first place in the “Nation Brand” ranking. Germany retained its top position for the fifth year in a row.

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Let’s explore what makes Canadian immigration one of the best.

Canada Immigration 2022

This year, the Canadian government will welcome 431,645 new immigrants. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) will be the main admissions program for economic class immigrants. Moreover, Canada is looking to land 83,500 newcomers via the PNP in 2022. Further, the family class will comprise around 24% of admissions targets in 2022, with 80,000 set to arrive under the Spouses, Partners, and Children Program, and 25,000 set to arrive under the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP).

In order to address the labour shortages in 2022, Canada will simplify work permit renewals, as part of improving the Global Talent Stream of the TFWP. It also talked about improving foreign credential recognition.

In 2022, Canada has been implementing new functionalities to transform the immigration system into a modern and digital immigration platform, like the new Permanent Residence Application Tracker in February for spouses and dependents.

Furthermore, IRCC is exploring more options for those who wish to self-administer their Oath by signing attestation and celebrating their citizenship at a later date. This would shorten the waiting time for those at the final stage of their citizenship process.

Are you eligible for Canadian Immigration?

Our CEO and RCIC, Al Parsai, wrote a detailed article about the immigration options in Canada in 2022. Find out if you can apply to one of these options, here:

You can also fill out our free assessment form and a member of our team will review the information. If we find an opportunity for you we will contact you in 5 to 10 days. Otherwise, we will keep you on file for future opportunities.

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