Posted on June 15 2022
Fraser says, "We are currently planning to create the best pathway that is permanent for temporary residents that can be obtained quickly."
In 2021, Canada notified that it would acknowledge 90,000 applications from temporary residents under programs like one-time, temporary-to-permanent (TR-to-PR). Using the TR-to-PR program, Canada received 84,177 applications.
TR-to-PR pathway has targeted healthcare and other workers in Canada and contemporary international graduates from Canadian colleges and universities. Except for the francophone province of Quebec, the whole country adhered to this immigration system.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) statistics show Canada had accepted 23,885 new PRs under this TR-to-PR pathway. And 22,190 applications are already received their PR under this pathway in the first four months of this year.
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Considering the current flow of admissions for new PRs to the country, Canada welcomed 66,570 new PRs under the TR-to-PR route, where Ottawa hits the top of the list.
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Canada's Immigration level plan will welcome an additional 32,000 new PRs using the same TR-to-PR route for 2023.
The Immigration level has planned an entirely new route for temporary residents.
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At present, Canada is facing an immense labor shortage.
Canada has hit a record low unemployment rate of 5.1 %, and the proportion of jobless people for the vacant jobs has recorded a low of 1.2 million.
During March, Canadian employers struggled to fill the record high million jobs, 1,012,900.
Considering the labor shortage, retaining international students and temporary workers can solve employers' problems.
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Open work permit: Open work permits allows foreign nationals to work for Canadian employers anywhere in the country. Open work permit provides such facilities without even requesting the business to satisfy using a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).
Employer-specific work permit: Employer-specific work permits allow foreign nationals to work through the LMIA process only if they do not find Canadians.
Post-Graduate work permit: This work permit is for international students who have graduated from a Canadian college or university and are interested in living and working in Canada. The Post-Graduate work permit (PGWP) grant is dependent on the length of the study program and is equivalent to the length of the permit.
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