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The Canadian immigrant employment rate reached 71 percent in 2018

The employment rate of new immigrants aged 25 to 54 hit a 12-year high in 2018, The Canadian Press reported.

A federal Finance Ministry memo obtained by the news agency in January said that within five years of immigrating to Canada, the employment rate for immigrants of this age group was 71 percent, which was the highest rate recorded since 2006. 

Canada has taken in more immigrants in recent years. Under the federal government’s new multi-year immigration levels plan, Canada will welcome nearly 331,000 new immigrants this year, and 341,000 in 2020. The new plan also commits to increasing admissions to 350,000 in 2021, which will be equal to nearly 1% of Canada’s population. 

Many federal and provincial immigration programs focus on human capital factors, such as education, skilled work experience, and proficiency in English or French, which help the strong employment results.

The memo also mentioned that second-generation Canadians are better educated and better paid than the children of Canadian-born parents.

Over 40% of second-generation Canadians between the ages of 25 and 44 had a university degree, which is 16% higher than Canadians whose parents were born in Canada.

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Why Provincial Nominee Programs matter

Immigration has become a major way to maintain population growth and meet the needs of the local labour market for each Canadian province. All Canadian provinces except Quebec increased their immigration allocations in 2019. 

The data from the federal department of immigration shows that the number of immigrants brought through the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) has increased year by year. In IRCC’s mute-year immigration levels plan, IRCC had a target of 55,000 admissions of new permanent residents through the PNP in 2018, 61,000 in 2019 and reach 71,300 in 2021.

There are two types of provincial nomination streams: enhanced nomination streams and base nomination streams. 

Enhanced nomination streams are linked to the Federal Economic Immigration programs. Only candidates who meet the eligibility requirements both of a province’s PNP and one of the three Federal Economic Immigration programs (Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class) can apply via the enhanced nomination streams. Express Entry applicants who have been nominated by one of the nine participating provinces and two territories can receive an additional 600 points toward their CRS ranking score, which will enhance their profile to obtain an Invitation to Apply (ITA). The processing time of the Express Entry is only six months. If you are eligible for one of the Federal Economic Immigration programs and do not have enough points for an ITA, the enhanced nomination streams are your best choices.

Base nominations are granted outside the Express Entry system and can also be used to apply for permanent residence. You only need to meet the eligibility requirements of a stream or category of the province’s PNP. However, the processing time of Provincial Nominees is 15-19 months. If you are not eligible for the Federal Economic Immigration programs, there are various base nomination streams in each province for you to choose. 

If you are interested in immigrating to Canada and have any questions, you are welcome to contact our Canada Immigration Consultants.

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