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Federal Elections 2019 and Its Impact on Canada Immigration

Federal Elections Impact on Canada Immigration

Current Canadian Prime Minister Mr. Justin Trudeaus party has been announced as the winner of the latest elections, which means that he will be returning for a second term as leader of the nation. However this time his party lost a lot of ground to the conservative party and will be forming a minority government. Mr. Trudeaus narrow margin of victory would mean that his party would need to depend on the consent of other parties for getting important decisions to be passed.

As such we may see a few changes to the direction of Canadas Immigration Policy in the future. Although we expect existing policies and immigration streams to remain untouched we may see a few changes in policies that were expected in the future. We take a look at the impact that a minority government could potentially have on Canadian immigration

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Minority Government Impact on Canada Immigration

A minority government is generally formed by the party that has the most seats. Whenever a minority government is in office, the governing party would need to take the support of other members of parliament for passing any laws and each bill would be taken up on a case by case basis.

This in the case of Canada would mean, that the liberal party would need to take the opinion of smaller parties such as the NDP, which is led by Jagmeet Singh and the conservative party before making any policy decisions

Changes To Employment Factor

The Conservative Party in its website has stated its stance for supporting and safeguarding economic immigration while ensuring that spouses and children are united with primary workers. The website also commits to set the levels of immigration that are consistent with what is in the best interests of the country.

The party is more interested in Inviting more Candidates for Canada Immigration who are likely to get employed immediately or already have an offer of employment from local companies or businesses.

As such the conservative party may influence the government to bring in changes that would give more weightage to the job and work experience factor in the comprehensive ranking factor.

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Changes To Family Policies

The New Democratic party has been canvassing for a more open policy on family reunification and support a more Easy Dependent Visa Process for spouses, children, and dependent parents who want to join the primary immigrants in Canada. A minority government could mean that the NDP could influence the government for a more liberal policy on family immigration.

Frequently Asked Questions

Canada: The Great White North is Number 1 on this list. With easy immigration processes, a welcoming society, great education and healthcare, cool weather, and the ever-growing job market, Canada is the undisputed leader in immigration potential.

Germany: The Deutschland is famous for precision, quality, and high expectations. Unsurprisingly, it makes the list but we’re still going to spell it out. Currently, home to over 170,000 Indians, Germany is a melting pot of different cultures mostly from other countries in the EU. A veritable hub for mechanical engineering, Germany has a low level of corruption, and a love for innovation and is home to over 25 Fortune 500 companies. With the demand for highly skilled professionals, Germany is a choice destination for young, smart immigrants from all over the world.

Provincial Nominee Program is one of the best routes for Canadian immigration. Every province (state) in Canada has its criteria for immigration. This criterion is custom-fitted to reflect the needs and growth opportunities arising in that respective province.

A Master’s Degree translates directly into a better CRS score. Your educational qualifications reflect the contribution you would make to the destination country’s economy which means that you would be more sought after. Speaking one of the country's primary languages (Eg: French for Canada) also greatly raises your chances for both visa success as well job opportunities.

If you fall under the NOC list in Canada or SOL in Australia (Occupations in demand list), it means that jobs are readily available for qualified candidates. On average, individuals earn 8 times as much salary in Canada as compared to India.


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