The immigration process can be long and can require a lot of patience and commitment. As an applicant, it may appear to you like a challenging task, and it’s understandable if you have concerns, uncertainties, and questions about your immigration case.
It is being reported that Canada exceeded its 2021 immigration target by landing 405,303 new permanent residents by the end of last year. Despite the ongoing COVID-19 global health crisis, Canada was able to surpass its target of landing 401,000 new immigrants in 2021, by focusing on transitioning eligible temporary residents who were already in Canada, to permanent residents. The two main initiatives that were implemented by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to land more permanent residents from within Canada were:
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Every industry has its language and terms. These words and phrases can be confusing to anyone who is not part of the daily operations of a specific sector, and the immigration industry is no exception.
Immigrating to a new country can create excellent opportunities to grow professionally, reunite with family, and build a new life that you’ve always dreamed of attaining.
Immigrating to a new country can open new doors both personally and professionally and help you get reunited with your loved ones. Consequently, in the excitement to start a new life, you may rush through the process and try to fill out the application yourself. However, if legal research is not your forte, or you don’t have much knowledge of Canadian Immigration laws and are unfamiliar with tribunal procedures, we recommend that you hire a professional instead of carrying out the process on your own.
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