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What about Canada's tightening policy while increasing quota(4)
Last year, the Canadian government announced a "million new immigrants" program! Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said Canada would welcome nearly one million new immigrants in the next three years and would no longer announce an annual immigration plan, but instead a stable, enforceable long-term plan.
 
On October 31, 2018, Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen officially announced the quota plan for new immigrants in Canada for the period from 2019 to 2021.
 
The new immigration quota will reach 1.02 million people in 2019-2021.
In 2019, the new immigration quota reached 330,800.
In 2020, the new immigration quota reached 341,000.
In 2021, the new immigration quota reached 350,000.
 
What about Canada's tightening policy while increasing quotas?
 
Increased quotas for economic migrants
 
Throughout the economic migration, the quota increases year by year, which shows the important position of economic migration in Canada.  This time, the Canadian Immigration Minister directly called economic immigrants "the best and smartest people in the world".
 
What about Canada's tightening policy while increasing quotas?
Comparisons of Canadian Immigration Programs (2017-2021)
 
Federal skilled migration, provincial nomination scheme, Quebec skilled migration and investment migration are all economic migrants.
 
In 2018, the economic category accounted for 177,500 of the 310,000 immigration quotas. Of these, 74900 federal skilled immigration quotas have been used up to 74200, leaving very few.
 
Gradually tighten immigration policy
 
With Canada's increasingly positive attitude towards immigration, more and more foreigners are pouring into Canada, which makes the government increasingly demanding for the selection of applicants. The government hopes to be able to select the smartest and most qualified people from Canada.
 
Take Sahara Province as an example:
In January this year, the lowest score of screening applicants in Sahara Province was 80 points; in April, it rose 10 points to 90 points; in July, it rose 10 points to 100 points; in September, it rose 10 points again, and the lowest score of screening reached 110 points, which was 30 points higher than that at the beginning of the year.