Canada allows immigrants permanent residency

Canada allows 4,00,000 immigrants permanent residency

Canada has granted permanent residency to 4 lakh immigrants

Canada has granted permanent residency to 4.1 million foreigners in 2021. On Thursday, the country's immigration minister, Sen. Fraser, said the program was already focused on foreigners living in Canada temporarily.

Canada relies on immigrants to keep the economy moving and to help the elderly. If the border is closed in 2020 due to the coronavirus epidemic, the number of immigrants granted permanent residency in the country will decrease by 45 percent. Last year, only 175,000 immigrants were granted permanent residency in the country.

Most of the 4.1 million permanent immigrants this year were already living in the country. In other words, in 2021, the Canadian government has made these temporary residents permanent. Immigration Minister Sen. Fraser said: "Last year we set an ambitious goal. We have achieved that today. "

Immediately after taking power in 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government began relying on immigrants to boost the economy. They have decided to allow permanent residence to immigrants, who make up one percent of the country's total population (about 36 million) each year.

Canada has decided to allow 411,000 people permanent residence next year.

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