2018 Immigration Plan is being given final touches by the Canadian government which says that the immigration plan will accentuate the growth of the economy. It will strike the right balance amidst constant skill shortages in the nation, the global immigration crisis, and increase in unlawfully arriving refugees.
Ahmed Hussen the Immigration Minister of Canada very recently wound up the national level consultations. He is giving finishing touches to the immigration plan to be tabled in the House of Commons by 1 November. The government intends to attract top overseas talents in the increasingly competitive international market. It would also like to reunite families and offer asylum to people displaced by conflict and disaster.
A statement from Ahmed Hussen read that the immigration system of Canada continues to be defined by equal economic opportunity, efficiency, and compassion. It also safeguards the security and health of Canadians, added the statement. Immigration system of Canada has global recognition as being one based on responsible and thoughtful approach. It takes into consideration the needs of more migrants while bearing in mind the fiscal and national responsibilities.
Ahmed Hussen said that he would desire that the 2018 target for immigration levels exceeds 350,000, as quoted by the CBC CA. Meanwhile, Jenny Kwan, the NDP Immigration critic has asked the government to be pushier with its immigration plan for 2018.
She insisted that immigration is the best mode to counter the effect of aging population and cater to skill shortages. The national immigration policy must focus on bringing a diverse and balanced range of immigrants. It must just not be focused on highly skilled workers for PR and provisional workers for less skilled jobs added Kwan.
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