Abstract: Canada has welcomed approximately 50,000 new immigrants through its TR2PR pathway.
Canada has welcomed close to 50,000 new immigrants under its pathway of TR2PR pr Temporary Residence to Permanent Residence. The program was launched around mid-2021 to address the restrictions put during the pandemic.
The number of new permanent residents welcomed in the first 5 months of 2022 is significantly more than the numbers compared to the figures in 2021.
All the provinces of Canada welcomed newcomers through the program. The Canadian authorities plan to welcome 90,000 essential temporary workers and international graduates.
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The details about the numbers of immigrants issued Canada PR or permanent residency through the TR2PR pathway in each province have been given below:
|New Permanent Residents Through Canada’s TR To PR Pathway|
|Newfoundland & Labrador||105||165||270|
|Prince Edward Island||160||150||310|
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Through this program, IRCC or Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada plan to welcome:
IRCC has also accepted a massive number of applications from immigrants who can speak French in the three categories mentioned above.
There are over 2.7 million immigration applications at IRCC. It has caused a backlog in the process. The individuals who migrate to Canada are helped by the TR2PR pathway and granted open work permit if their Canadian temporary status expires before the application is processed.
The recent figures till mid-July had 51,392 applications in the waiting for the TR2PR Pathway.
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