Private Member’s Motion M-44 was unanimously agreed to and passed on May 11, 2022 by House of Commons. This was introduced by Randeep Sarai, Liberal Member of Parliament for Surrey Centre. The Motion called on the government to develop and publicly release a comprehensive plan to expand the economic immigration stream to allow workers of all skill levels to meet the full range of labor needs and pathways to permanent residence for temporary workers working outside Canada, including international students.
The government decided to use five pillars to fulfill its objectives in a strategic way:
When it comes to permanent economic immigration, the skilled immigrants not only have the abilities to integrate quickly into the Canadian workforce, but they are also well placed for long-term success. These abilities give workers with long-term flexibility to deal with future changes in employment demands and economic downturns. Overall, the government has a variety of policies in place or on the horizon, and it continues to assess and investigate more options to help temporary foreign employees and international graduates move to permanent residency. These pillars will supplement current provincial and territorial tools that enable them to autonomously pick candidates to fit their particular regional needs at all skill levels.
Yes, this policy includes almost every skilled worker and international graduate who wants to easily get permanent residence in Canada after fulfilling the requirements.
Yes, if you fulfil their requirements you might also get a job opportunity and a permanent residence.
Yes, you can get a permanent residence even if you live in Canada. This stratergy will support all workers, not specifically for new comers.