Immigration Changes Vital For Economic Future Of Canada: Observers
In 2013, Canada will roll-out red-carpet welcome to over 240,000 fresh permanent residents even as the said number is nearly the same level of the fresh entrants the country has admitted during the last 6 years. However, several of these fresh Canadians will be somewhat different, claim some observers.
Due to the determined attempts of the incumbent Immigration Minister, and the officers from the Citizenship & Immigration Canada (the CIC), now the system of petitions is comparatively well-organized, and the new entrants are growingly picked-up on the ground of their skills to emerge as leading players in the all-round growth and development of the Maple Country.
Jason Kenney, the minister, says immigration is a vital instrument for the future growth and success of the nation. Hence in 2013, as many as 10,000 aspirants will get the prized status involving the permanent residency of the country–thanks to the Experience program of Canada brought forth during 2009. The observers add that the said program was purposely tailored to assist the nation draw and keep young, educated overseas students & trained employees.
The goal of the given program was straightforward — to modernize the procedure for those global students, who have done a 2-year degree or diploma, together with 1-year of work in the country to receive permanent residency status on a fast-track base. The given scheme is also to be had by those qualified people, who are already inside the Maple Country on 1-year work visas, in case they cater to the requirements. Hitherto, 20,000 submissions have been duly processed. During 2012, the petitions of 7,000 candidates were entertained.
The immigration minister took his cue from proof-based study supplemented by common sense. Young individuals–who are educated and skilled in one of the two official languages of the Maple Country–stand a better chance of successfully integrating & succeeding in the nation.
Regardless of the recent survey that reveals a decrease in support amongst the people of Canada, for the overseas movement of people from outside to the shores of the Maple Country, the minister continues to assert that increased, supervised immigration is critical for the country’s economic future.
Still, he sensibly dismisses repeated calls from certain people and groups to boost the yearly immigration intake of the nation to 500,000 per annum—the reason being such developments would prove useful and beneficial to neither the nation nor the overseas people. Constant unemployment, along with underemployment of the migrants, weakens instead of strengthening the Canadian society.
The observers further say that the need of the hour is to strongly support the regulated change of the national system of immigration under the current federal administration’s leadership, as it was long behind schedule. In a moderately short time-frame, Kenney has directed the Canadians away from an uncontrollable system that weakened the nation’s reliability, squandered the talents of the fresh migrants, and drew an unequal number of fake expatriates, who made the most of the advantage of the famed Canadian bigheartedness.
Via shutting-down the credibility gap in the Canadian system of immigration, Ottawa is now in a position to methodically focus immigration initiatives to boost the national economy, without having to discard those who are legally weak and require assistance. Unlike the previous immigration ministers, Kenney together with his team has not followed the less risky approach. In its place, they are thoroughly transforming the organization into a highly regarded one, continue the observers.
At present, the CIC now puts improved stress on the language skills of the potential migrants, and targets those who made a killing going against the system; like for instance, immigration advisors, fake refugee claimants, persons in false weddings, human traffickers, etc.
With such a large number of changes becoming effective, the people of the Maple Country must feel more positive that their immigration scheme at last is being employed as a crucial tool to shore-up the economic future of the Canadians and Canada, conclude the observers.
Some observers claim that the new immigration changes introduced by the incumbent Canadian immigration minister and his team are in the economic interests of Canada. They add that–via shutting-down the credibility gap in the Canadian system of immigration—Ottawa is now in a position to methodically focus immigration initiatives to boost the national economy. Unlike the previous immigration ministers, Jason Kenney, the minister, along with his team, has not followed the less risky approach. In its place, they are thoroughly transforming the organization into a highly regarded one, continue the observers.
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