Great news for the Canada aspirants!

If you are planning to immigrate to Canada, but a low CRS score is the main hindrance between you and the land of your dreams, then this announcement is going to be your ray of hope to settle in Canada – the safest and the best country for migrants.
New Canadian government data shows that the country welcomed 184,370 new permanent residents in 2020 as newcomer flows fell due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Canada to welcome a large number of new Immigrants

This immigration number is the lowest level of immigration to Canada since 1998 when it welcomed just over 174,000 immigrants that year.

In March 2020, an announcement by Canada’s Immigration Minister, Marco Mendicino, revealed that Canada would seek to welcome 341,000 new immigrants, the same level as in 2019, which has further brightened up your chances to immigrate to Canada. Days later, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Canada was compelled to impose new travel restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19, which is a temporary restriction and not a cause of worry for you.

Immigration process to pick up post-pandemic

Data released by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) shows that immigration to the country fell around the same time the travel restrictions took effect and the country’s newcomer flows have yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels. Nevertheless, maintenance of a steadfast commitment by the Canadian government to welcome high levels of immigrants to support its post-COVID economic recovery is a breather for the aspiring candidates like you to immigrate to your dreamland.

Pandemic is not an obstacle for you

Since the start of the pandemic, IRCC and provinces and territories across the country have continued to process new and existing immigration applications. This is to complete the processing of as many applications as possible so that those eligible to obtain permanent or temporary status can do so while travel restrictions and other pandemic disruptions persist. The second reason why Canada’s governments are processing applications now is to enable the country’s immigration system to recover as quickly as possible following the pandemic.

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