Most Recent Canadian Immigration Figures From The OECD
The organization for Economic co-operation and Development(OECD) recently released the International Migration Outlook Report for 2013.Comprising Canada, this esteemed report includes subsidiary reports on 34 nations that are part of the OECD. Compared to other members of OECD Canada has wholeheartedly accepted more and more migrants than most of other countries. Annually Canada receives on average 7.5 immigrants per thousand people, It is holding sixth position in OECD. Much of Canada’s population growth has been down to immigration, this figure is really twice the present rate of the US, the figure is also one of the most striking in the industrialized world.
In the same year 2,49,000 new permanent residents were admitted in Canada, the report contains figures related to 2011.Under the economic migrant tream,62.8% of these were admitted. Along with their family members this particular stream contains those who are successfully admitted to the nation for work purpose. Only 22.7% of new permanent residents were admitted in Canada, under the family stream. Overall immigration fell by 11% compared to previous year.
In a different manner, the OECD in its esteemed report successfully breaks down the figures. Letting in family members of workers with the status of family migrants.25.9% of new Canadian permanent residents are in the ‘work’ category in 2011, accordingly, the OECD figures indicate. This is in comparison of 6.1% to the US figure. With Asian countries like India with 10%,China with 12% and the Philippines with 14% are the three main countries for new economic permanent residents in Canada.
Canada also successfully admitted approximately 191,000 temporary workers, under the temporary Foreign Worker Program in 2011.Compared to the derived figure in 2010 this figure is really 6.4% more.100,000 student visas were issued by Canada. Compared to last year this figure is really 3.3% more. Nearly 36,000 humanitarian migrants also migrated to Canada same Year.
The OECD report, in 2012 also noted the the reforms in categories of economic immigration also took place in Canada. The reform process happened in the areas like Federal Skilled Worker Program and Skilled Worker immigration program. On public demand the Canadian Experience class was expended. Federal skilled Trade Program aimed towards trader’s people and the start-up visa aimed towards entrepreneurs was in these two categories.
For work based immigration, in the forthcoming year, Canada really proposes to move towards an ‘expression of interest’model.People from the countries such as Philippines, China, India, United States, Iran, United Kingdom, Haiti, Pakistan, France and United Arab Emirates are taking keen interest to enter Canada Through various visa programs, the federal government and the ministry concerned to immigration has included major changes in 2012 and master planning to make certain new changes in order to allow new residents in Canada.