Well, you might be surprised by what we are about to share. Even amidst the pandemic, according to CIC News, a new survey conducted by World Education Services (WES), witnessed that the interest in Canadian immigration is driving more, instead of saturating for some time now. More people are interested in immigrating to Canada in the month of June than those numbers in April.
You may have known, WES is an institution providing educational credential assessments, for candidates interested in economic-class immigration. Hence, they interact with thousands of immigrants and their intentions every week. It turns out, 45 percent of the respondents were more interested in migrating Canada, and just 6 percent were less interested, while 32percent of the candidates are delaying their immigration.
The world’s economic condition has been hit hard by the pandemic however, one major reason for the interest is that many respondents believe that Canada has been less impacted than what they witnessed in their home countries. But it is true that Canada has also been impacted by the pandemic. The good news is, recent Labour Force Survey revealed that 55% of jobs that were lost because of COVID 19 has been regained in July.
As per the many respondents, they believe that the pandemic had an impact more on their home countries than what they believe was faced by Canada. It was in June that 58 per cent of the respondents felt that the pandemic caused a negative impact in terms of the economic condition in Canada, and 80 percent believed that their home country would have a more negative impact. In general, people have a mindset that Canada could have been less impacted than that of their home country.
It is self-explanatory that immigrants in Canada play a crucial role in the recovery of Canada’s economy. At this moment, the country also has a higher number of retirements and low birth rates, giving opportunities for many willing to immigrate to Canada.
Newcomers in Canada have their significant plays in the recovery of the country, and there are many measures implemented by IRCC to secure the immigrant's need during and post-pandemic. With all these generous steps taken by Canada’s Immigration Minister, Marco Mendicino, it is well-understood that immigration would be a continuing priority even in a post-pandemic situation.
So, are you interested in immigrating Canada, in search of the perfect option that works best for you and your future? All you need is genuine guidance, for which SPS Canada Immigration is always known for!
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