The Prime Minister of Canada has addressed the recently appointed Immigration Minister in a recent mandate letter. The mandate letter represents the top preferences for the Canadian immigration future, which comprises increasing immigration goals and to welcome higher than one million immigrants to Canada from the year 2020 to 2022 and launching a new Municipal Nominee Program.
Top Priorities in the Mandate Letter
The top preferences described in the mandate letter are in line with the goals of immigration that the present Liberal government highlighted during the 2019 campaign period. Canadian Immigration Minister, Marco Mendicino, will be assumed to advance the Government’s intention to welcome more individuals to Canada and make it simpler for communities of Canada to welcome the immigrant workers that they require most.
One of the important goals that the Liberal government had marked during its election campaign period was the intention to welcome more newcomers per year than earlier immigration levels. Canadian increased yearly Plan of Immigration Levels for 2020-2022 is fixed to bring more than 1 million new permanent residents in the subsequent 3 years, with an aim of increasing yearly immigration entries to 350,000 by 2021.
Another immigration plan will be the initiation of a Municipal Nominee Program. This innovative program would permit cities, labor councils and chambers of commerce to elect current newcomers to fill labor needs, with a minimum of 5000 places to be available for applicants and along with their families.
Producing the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (A.I.P.P) Program as a permanent program which was also stated in the letter. Having started in 2017, the pilot has been victorious in bringing and holding immigrants to Canada’s 4 Atlantic Provinces. 5,000 annual spots will be available to aspirants who have an employment offer from a selected Atlantic employer.
Additional preferences outlined in the letter comprise the removal of citizenship fees for those who have satisfied the criteria and the production of more pilot programs to bring skilled immigrants to the Canadian regional communities.
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