Canada’s Express Entry and PNPs Targets 160,100 New Immigrants by 2021
November 08, 2018

Canada’s Express Entry and PNPs Targets 160,100 New Immigrants by 2021

Canada’s Express Entry system is managing economic high-skilled immigration schemes has set to play key roles in Canadian immigration plan over 3 years. The combined associations' target for these famous immigration schemes is slated to reach 160,100 new Canadian permanent residents in 2021 and a rise of 23% over their united 2018 targets of 129,900.

Together, the three Federal High Skilled programs —Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and the Federal Skilled Worker Class, and Canada’s PNP will target for 44% of the 1.3 million new permanent residents that country is sketching to invite between the years 2018 and 2021.

Canadian Express Entry process is the key operator of economic immigration to the nation. Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Worker Class are top-ranked in the human capital factors including age, proficiency in English or French, work experience, and education. The highest ranked applicants are welcomed to apply for the permanent residence of Canada.

Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program in 2017

Year Federal High Skilled Targets Provincial Nominee Program Targets Provincial Nominee Program Targets
2018 74,900 55,800 129,900
2019 81,400 61,000 142,400
2020 85,800 67,800 153,600
2021 88,800 71,300 160,100

Canada’s NP enables involving regions and territories to nominate a group of economic immigration applicants every year for PR. Every candidate should minimum one PNP stream that permits it to nominate Canadian Express Entry candidates. The applicants with a provincial nomination have got more 600 points and shift to the front of the line for an ITA (Invitation to Apply).

According to IRCC report, over 49,724 new permanent residents allowed to Canada through Canadian Express Entry-linked PNP, in 2017. It was a 73% growth over PNP in 2016.

Federal High Skilled admissions

According to IRCC report, over 49,724 new permanent residents allowed to Canada through Canadian Express Entry-linked PNP, in 2017. It was a 73% growth over PNP in 2016.

Immigrants targets for the three Federal Skilled Schemes are slated to rise by 18.5% during the years 2018 and 2021 from 74,900 admissions to 88,800. They also slated for a year-over-year increment of 6,500 in 2019, to 81,400 admissions Express Entry systems target will then expanded to 85,800 in 2020 and lastly 88,800 in 2021.

Currently, IRCC showed over 56,000 admissions under the Federal High Skilled categories to Canada by the month end of August, leaving the nation 4 months to reach its target of 74,900 admissions.

Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program Admissions

Canadian PNP programs are also planned to increase the growth rate that they’ve seen in recent years. The admissions target for PNP, which is set at 55,000 for 2018, will increase by 29% over 3 years.

In 2019, Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program admissions target is set at 61,000, a rise of 5,000 over the 2018 year. For 2020 and 2021, IRCC is set to increase the PNP admissions to 67,800 and 71,300.

IRCC said that Canadian Provincial Nominee Programs have helped moving migration landing methods beyond large cities in Canada such as Ontario, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, British Columbia, and Vancouver.

As per IRCC reports, it was shown 45,595 admissions in the initial 8 months of 2018, more 10000 admissions are there to reach the annual target of 55,000 in the remaining 4 months in 2018.

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