The current economic immigration program for Canada is touted as the best model when you compare to the 36 member states of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The Paris body notes that it guides those seeking to migrate. According to a recent study, Canada is the country with the most extensive and comprehensive skilled labor migration program amongst OECD members. The other countries are Australia, United Kingdom, United States, Germany, and France.
This report applauded Canada for being . The whole family method looks at the individual needs of the members of the family and not just the applicant.
The report further notes that Canada is quite hospitable in welcoming immigrants, and this is considered part of its heritage and strength. This improvement is due to examination and research.
At a meeting in Toronto, Mr. Thomas Liebig who is an immigrant specialist at the OECD said that Canada’s independent evaluation of the economic migration comes in at number ten when you compare to the reviews done by OECD.
Canada is ahead of the pack, and this could be due to several reasons. Mr. Liebig adds that Canada has been continuously improving the assessment and research. He also asserted that this approach is identical to the Express Entry System where applicants are managed from a pool of three principal models. These are notably; Skilled Worker Class, Canada Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trade Class.
The Express Entry system has an elaborate assessment program in the OECD. The main reason for this is that it allows for a better selection of skilled immigrants when you compare to other countries.