Recently, US President Donald Trump decided to suspend all the new H1B visas and other work permits. Now the engineers look at Canada after the US suspends the visas. Canada has a more open policy for immigration.
Canada’s staffing firms observed a huge surge in inquiries over the past few weeks. One of the CEO’s of a staffing firm says that the increase in the number of visits to the website and email queries are reportedly high over the past few weeks.
He also says that several companies are also inquiring about their own employees whose situation might be in trouble with the suspensions. Shortly after the US visa suspension is announced, the Immigration Minister of Canada responded to it.
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He says that Canada believes that immigration will help them recover better and quickly. He also adds that Canada has a plan to attract the best and brightest talent around the world. Canada also has express entry program and Global Talent Stream to help innovators, engineers, and entrepreneurs.
Canada is also very vocal about encouraging immigration. Earlier to COVID, Canada said that it would like to welcome around 1,00,000 people to become permanent residents of the country between 2020 and 2022. So, now engineers look at Canada after the US suspends visas
Out of the 74,000 permanent residents who came to Canada this year, 24% are Indians. In 2016, 39,705 Indians went to Canada as permanent residents. This number increased to 85,585 in 2019.