Exciting news for Pakistanis seeking immigration abroad
Ottawa: The Canadian government has extended a warm welcome to hundreds of thousands of non-residents from around the world, offering them permanent residency facilities in the country.
According to details, the Canadian government has made the decision to maintain its target of increasing the number of newcomers to the country for the next three years. As per reports from a foreign news agency, the Minister of Immigration, Mark Miller, presented new goals in the Parliament, stating that until the year 2026, up to 500,000 newcomers will be able to obtain permanent residency in the country.
Mark Miller, the Minister for Immigration in Canada, announced the future immigration plan, revealing that an increase in the number of newcomers will be implemented for the next three years. However, some changes are expected in their education and skills.
Mark Miller mentioned that Canada will welcome 500,000 newcomers by 2026. The government aims to provide permanent residency to 465,000 individuals in 2023, 485,000 in 2024, and intends to reach 500,000 individuals by 2025. It's worth noting that in 2015, the immigration target was less than three hundred thousand.
The Minister of Immigration in Canada, Mark Miller, also acknowledged that there have been some shortcomings in Canada's immigration system in recent years, and they plan to improve it. On the other hand, the current government is facing criticism, as the increasing number of newcomers is impacting the provision of residency and healthcare services.