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Canada’s government has decided to offer large number of skilled visas this year to strengthen the country’s economy.
The Canadian Immigration Minister, Jason Kenney raveled that they are looking forward to change the immigration policies, which will give an opportunity to skilled workers to migrate in the country.
Meanwhile, Kenney said that the Canadian government wants to boost the economy at its best; therefore, they are all set to connect the competent and skilled workers with the country’s system, which eventuality help to improve the labor market.
“The government’s number one priority remains the economy. We recognize the importance of immigration to our labor market and we value the contributions of skilled immigrants who add to our international competitiveness,” he said while talking to the media.
Moreover, the Canadian minister voiced that the government will provide best facilities to the skilled staff to make them to contribute their role in the country’s development.
“We are committed to facilitating the arrival of the best and the brightest to our country,” Kenney added in same interview.
At the moment, Canada is one of the best options along with Australia, New Zealand, and United States of America for the skilled workers to obtain the immigration, considering their better future.
A larger number of skilled people have been applying for the Canadian immigration every year, which indicates that Canada is best country to live.
In the meantime, the way Canadian government has taken step to encourage people to get the skilled immigration; it will certainly attract more people.
Coming back to the Canadian government’s decision to increase the number of skilled workers, the immigration minister asserted that they may accept 55,000 to 57,000 immigrants in 2012, as reportedly 47,000 migrated last year.
Considering the above mentioned expected approach, Canada is going to grab the attention of large number of people this year.
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