Seamus O’Regan, the Canadian Federal Minister has unveiled Canada’s new plans of welcoming over 4000 immigrants in Canada. Ahmad Hasan the Immigration Minister of Canada has affirmed to the Canadian government’s policy of doubling the immigration numbers in the country. So, the good news is if you want to work or stay in Canada you would have galore of opportunities like never before. If you have always dreamt about living near the ocean, or in the Labrador and Newfoundland province, you surely have Lady Luck smiling upon you. The government of Canada is working on increasing the immigration targets in the Newfoundland and Labrador (NFL) region.
There are a lot of opportunities waiting for you in the NFL region. The process of VISA application, interviews and the overall system of the immigration system has been streamlined for you. A recent survey has ranked St. John’s the capital city of NFL as one of the most welcoming cities in the world. If you are set to live in Canada or work there, you have the full assurance of the Canadian government that you will be warmly welcomed and integrated in the Canadian hearts and workforce.
The following countries have the highest number of immigrants to Canada:
- United States of America
- United Kingdom
If you want to work in Canada get all set to buckle up your belt
O’Regan has added a new wave to the Canadian Immigration System. The Canadian Laws have always been strict but at the same time flexible to accommodate the growing number of immigrants. Canada has always been one of the favorites where young aspirants and working professionals want to work at. The working population age of the Newfoundland province is expected to drop by 10% as a number of locals are relocating to other provinces in Canada. This presents hordes of work opportunities for you. The tax base of the country is on the shrink, so the immigration numbers will help the Canadian economy as well. So, if you are young, dynamic and want to work in Canada, come to the NFL province. You will grow through leaps and bounds. It does not matter if you are a student willing to pursue higher education or make news heights in your professional career, Canada and NFL is the ultimate destination for you.