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Canada’s immigration plan 2017

03/08/2017
Canadian government follows a point based system to assess the profile of immigrants, to allow them to apply for immigration in Canada. The system benefits their economy as it allows highly skilled professionals to join the nation. The point based system is purely based on the skills of the applicant. For which the basic parameters are - Educational Qualification, Work Experience, Age, and Language Skills (English or French).

As per the available statistics, Canada plans to allow 300,000 immigrants into the country this year.

Canada, the North American country, with an overall population of about 35 million, has set the immigration target for the year 2017 to be 0.9 percent of their total population. According to the 2011 census, 20.6 percent of the population were foreign-born and immigrated to Canada.