More and more newcomers are moving to Canada for various reasons. The 2016 Census showed over half of the total immigrants identified in the survey are economic immigrants. These newcomers move to Canada for work-related reasons, gaining permanent residency through providing their skills and talents as well as interest in investing in a life in Canada. This type of newcomer, although not always discussed, will also require guidance on a new life in a new world, including being introduced to a new healthcare system, education system, taxes, and many other new experiences.
The following webinar will address the following:
• What is Canada’s determination system in accepting newcomers?
• How does acceptance of an economic newcomer differ from temporary foreign workers, international students, and the various types of refugees and asylum seekers?
• What are common difficulties faced by economic immigrants?
• How have economic newcomers changed in terms of demographics and skills throughout history?
• And much more