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Do you want to immigrate to Canada, with your family?

Updated: Mar 23

Canada is a top destination for people worldwide looking for a new place to work, study and settle down with their families.

Canada awaits for you!
Immigrate to Canada

Why immigrate to Canada?

Since 1988, Canada has welcomed over 200,000 immigrants yearly, but it has decided to increase its levels to well over 400,000 per year. The reason, the government of Canada states, is that immigration increases population, the labor force, and economic growth.

Canada receives three times more immigrants (in terms of legal immigration) than the United States of America.



Canada  needs a strong labour force to address construction needs
Engineers working in Canada

What is the Canada's Immigration Plan 2024-2026?

In other words, on October 31, 2023, the Honorable Marc Miller, M.P. Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced that Canada plans to welcome 485,000 people as new permanent residents in 2024. While in 2025 and 2026, Canada will receive an additional 500,000 immigrants each year.



This is the table of how Canada will distribute its immigration goals between 2024 and 2026:

Immigration Class

2024

2025

2026

Economic

​281,135

​301,250

​301,250

Family

​114,000

​118,000

​118,000

Refugee

​76,115

​72,750

​72,750

Humanitarian

​13,750

​8,000

​8,000

Total

485,000

500,000

500,000



How Canada's immigration programs are:


Economic Programs:

Are meant for people looking to immigrate to Canada to work and get permanent residency, such as:

Economic Programs

Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Program.

Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC).


Atlantic Immigration Program (AIPP).

Caregivers Program.

Federal Business (Start-Up Visa Program and Self-Employed Person).

The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP).


Quebec Skilled Worker Program and Quebec Business.


Family Class Programs:

For those already in Canada as citizens or permanent residents and need to reunite with their relatives.


These programs are the Spousal/Common-law Partner Sponsorship and Dependent Child, and the Parent and Grandparents Program.



Refugees and Protected Persons, Humanitarian and others programs :

These programs are intended for Protected Persons in Canada and Dependents Abroad.


In addition, Canada has three different resettlement programs, these are:

Privately-Sponsored Refugees.

Blended Visa Office Referred.

Government-Assisted Refugees.


If you are already a refugee in any country in the world, you can ask UNHCR for resettlement in Canada.


We hope that this article has been helpful to you; if you want to talk to me to guide you through this process, write to me at alejandro@mevoyacanada.net 


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