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Public Policy Considerations

The pandemic has highlighted the contribution of immigrants to the well-being of our society. Our economy relies on immigration to fill critical labour market needs across a wide variety of occupations and sectors and as Canada rebounds from the global COVID-19 pandemic, there is an increased need to ensure stability in its workforce.

The public policy targets foreign nationals who have been granted an eligible Canadian credential, and who are currently employed in Canada, to provide an influx of talent across the economic landscape. In so doing, the public policy recognizes the economic contribution of recent international graduates and acknowledges Canada’s ongoing need for the talent, skills, Canadian education and work experience of these skilled immigrants, which has been exacerbated during this exceptional time.

While applications for permanent residence have been accepted and processed throughout the pandemic, the global travel restrictions and capacity constraints have led to a shortfall in admissions in 2020. The 401,000 new admissions announced for 2021 in the 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan are key to ensuring Canada has the workers it needs to fill key essential positions and remain competitive in attracting global talent.

As such, I hereby establish that, pursuant to my authority under section 25.2 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Act), there are sufficient public policy considerations that justify the granting of permanent resident status or an exemption from certain requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (Regulations) to foreign nationals who meet the conditions (eligibility requirements) listed below.

Conditions (eligibility requirements) applicable to principal applicants

Based on public policy considerations, delegated officers may grant permanent resident status to foreign nationals who meet the following conditions.

The foreign national must:

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Canada has taken first place in the 2021 Best Countries Report, an analysis project conducted by US News & World Report. This is the first time the country has claimed the top spot in the yearly ranking, climbing up from the second place in 2020’s report.

Canada beat out 78 other countries, including Japan, Germany, Switzerland, and Australia, which round out the top five. The US comes in at number six.

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New federal funding aims to support recruitment, retention of international students. People are welcoming and that is longed-for news for the Cape Breton Island Centre for Immigration in Sydney. The division of New Dawn Enterprises is encouraging international students and their families to make the island their home.

About two years after launching a pilot, the centre's international student support and integration program was recently awarded $600,000 from the federal government to continue its work to support settlement and retention.

Officials say the money from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency will provide help for up to 800 students the first year, and scale up in years two and three. With this program, the student doesn't have any hard time.

In 2020, Nova Scotia's population reached a record high, based largely on its immigration efforts. But there remains a challenge in keeping newcomers who are often attracted to the larger city centres.

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Route is open for international students who want to work following the successful completion of a course of study at UK bachelor’s degree-level, or above.?The new Graduate route?will allow the UK to retain the brightest and the best international students to continue to contribute to society and the economy post-study.

• The new Graduate route will open for applications on 1 July 2021
• The UK has also extended the coronavirus concessions for students unable to travel to the UK. Students who started their studies in autumn 2020 will now need to be in the UK by 21 June 2021.
• Students who began their studies in January or February 2021 will need to be in the UK by 27 September 2021.
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