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Posted on September 22 2022

5 pillar approach for TR to PR pathway by Sean Fraser

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Updated November 01 2023

Key aspects of the TR to PR pathway

  • Sean Fraser is planning to extend the PR pathway for temporary foreign workers and international students
  • The IRCC will initiate an immigration strategy with a five-pillar approach
  • Canada is expecting 431,645 immigrants for the year 2022
  • The new immigration level target for 2023-2025 will be outlined before November 1, 2022
  • On November 16, 2022, the IRCC will launch the new NOC 2021 with 16 new occupations into the Express Entry
  • Technological advancements are expected to advance the immigration system, increase processing capacity, and enhance the client experience

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Overview:

The Immigration Minister of Canada, Sean Fraser, is planning to extend the permanent residence pathways, especially for temporary foreign workers and international students.

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Five-pillar approach of the TR to PR pathway

In order to help the temporary residents to get Canada PR, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will initiate a five-method approach.

Pillar 1: Canada immigration target for 2023-2025

The government will make use of the current immigration targets that have been decided for the period of 2022- 2024. Canada is expecting 431,645 immigrants for the year 2022. IRCC outlines the immigration target for 2023-2025, before November 1, 2022.

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Pillar 2: Improving the Express Entry system

In order to allow IRCC to welcome immigrants depending on the economic goals of the country, the government needs to improve the Express Entry system. It is predicted that the new Express Entry draws will start in the first quarter of 2023.

Pillar 3: Introduce new National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021

On November 16, 2022, the IRCC will introduce the new National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 allowing 16 new occupations into the Express Entry. The government is also working on;

  • Improving access to the newcomers’ information
  • Eradicate the barriers for physicians
  • Upgrade pilot programs to assist permanent residency pathways (for Agri-food workers and caregivers)

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Pillar 4: French immigration outside Quebec

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) are constantly striving towards increasing French immigration apart from Quebec Immigration Program and incorporating the latest Municipal Nominee Program. The Canadian government is constantly working on the PR pathways like the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), with the territories, provinces, and employers in the country.

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Pillar 5: Modernizing the Canadian immigration system

IRCC is working on advancing the Canadian immigration system, increasing the capacity of processing, and enhancing client experience with the help of technological advancements. The sole intention is to reduce the processing times in order to allow new immigrants to become citizens of Canada.

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