Canada is planning to welcome up to 15,000 permanent residents under the Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
(PRWEB UK) 19 November 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that the aim is to increase economic immigration to around 63% next year without affecting the chance of Canadians getting jobs. Immigration and Citizenship Minister Chris Alexander explains that Canada is planning to welcome up to 15,000 permanent residents under the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and between 44,500 and 47,000 under the Provincial Nominee Programme.
The CEC system is for those who meet a minimum language requirement and have at least one year of skilled work experience in the country, whilst the PNP works to align the immigration system with labour market needs.
Renowned for completing moves to worldwide destinations, the team at Interdean have been assisting customers with their Canadian Visa and immigration needs for more than 50 years. A representative from the firm reflects on the impact immigration can have on the economy.
“Attracting so many new residents can boost the economy in a number of ways. As well as providing more business for local companies, it means an influx of skilled workers with expertise in certain areas so that particular industries can become more profitable. For those thinking of moving to Canada, it would be worth looking into this further. Remember, at Interdean we offer a full range of services for UK expats including packing, storage and shipping.
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