29 March 2018


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Canada attracts a lot of immigrants every year for the purpose of work, study or settlement. People from across the globe apply as a skilled worker, dependents or business investors to get into this country as a permanent resident.

By accepting plenty of applications and introducing the new entries Canada has shown a pro-immigrant approach towards the newcomers. In the year 2015 there were 2,79,200 immigrants to enter Canada by providing the Permanent Residency status and the number of applications granted actually went up in 2016 to 3 Lakhs.

In case you are planning to immigrate, following reasons will make you to go with Canada as your immigration destination.
1. It is a secure place with a low crime rate. Canada holds 9.7 points out of 10 on safety bar by The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Better life index.
2. Canada spends a hefty amount of budget on education and health benefits for its citizens, which is a lot more than any other industrialized nation.
3. It has an acceptance of more than 3 Lakh new permanent residents each year. The government has introduced various new entries such as Atlantic New Immigrant Program, Global Talent Stream to facilitate skilled immigrants with Canadian Permanent Residency.
4. Canada is listed as one of the best countries in the world when it comes on minority acceptance and tolerance by OECD.
5. Bloomberg ranked Canada as the second best country in the world for immigration purposes with regards to business.
6. Vancouver is rated as the fifth best country in the living index.
7. Canada is also a preferred choice for entrepreneurs to set up their new ventures as the country offers friendly start up visa to immigrants. With this visa, one comes in direct contact of the private sector organizations in Canada, which are expert in working with start-ups. The good thing about this visa is that the Permanent Residency status has nothing to do with success or failure of the business and the risk of failure is shared between public and private sectors.