How Does Canada’s Revised Plan for 2022 -2024 Benefit Indian Students?

How Does Canada’s Revised Plan for 2022 -2024 Benefit Indian Students

Are
you an international student studying at a Canadian University and planning to continue
living in the country? We have good news for you. Under the new 2022-2024 plan,
Canada aims to welcome 432,000 individuals in 2022 and is striving to welcome
451,000 individuals by 2024. Sean Fraser gave the 2022‒2024 Plan on 14th Feb
2022, which is all about embracing individuals and making the living of the
existing individuals easier. The 2022 -2024 plan is as follows:

2022: 431,645 new occupants

2023: 447,055 new occupants

2024: 451,000 new occupants

The
new plan aims to continue welcoming new individuals at a rate of about 1% of
Canada’s population. From the figures mentioned above, you can have an idea
that Canada is planning to welcome more than 1.3 million new residents and how
amazing an opportunity you have just around the corner.

Why
did Canada introduce new plans?

  • Canada realizes that people coming from other countries to
    Canada are an important part of the country’s success. Only these people have
    been working on the front lines in key sectors like health care,
    transportation, and manufacturing during the crisis in the past two
    years. 
  • The country has an ageing population, and the birth rates in the country are also declining. Attracting more people from foreign countries is one of the main strategies of the Canadian Government to overcome this issue and give a boost to its economy. 
  • Canada believes that international students coming to Canada will help the Canadian economy recover, fuel post-pandemic growth, and strengthen communities and industries.
  • As per sources, by the end of this decade, around 5 million
    Canadians are about to retire, which will drop the work to retiree ratio to
    only 3:1. Canada believes that the coming of new people to the country will
    fulfil this strong economic need and critical labour market gaps.

From this, it is clear that Canada needs new young and energetic
students who can help them recover from the pandemic crises, fill labour market
shortages and grow Canada’s economy. India is one of the main countries where
students travel to Canada for higher studies. Canada, at this point, is
expecting students from India to study in Canada more than ever. On the other
hand, Indian students have the golden opportunity to accomplish their dream of
studying in Canada!

Highlights of Canada’s New plans

1)
By 2024, admissions will account for 1.14% of the Canadian population.

2)
A long-term focus on economic growth, with nearly 60% of admissions in the
Economic Class.

3) Support
for vulnerable populations, such as granting lifetime residency opportunities
to refugees working in health care during the pandemic.

4)
Support for global crises by providing shelter to those facing persecution.

5) Talent
Retention of those in Canada by granting lifetime residency to temporary residents
accepted through the time-limited pathways for essential workers launched in
spring 2021.

6) The
Canadian Government’s new plans also acknowledge the importance of family
reunification and keep the 12-month processing standard for spouses and children.

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