Canada’s immigration system works, and its immigration rate has generated so little political backlash despite being so much higher, take a look at the surprising nuances of Canada’s immigration policy. Canada has a very strong and stable economy. Also, it has the third largest oil reserves with more than 173 billion barrels, good health care system, good law enforcement systems, good education, a good judicial system, good fiscal and monetary policies, good infrastructure, better standard of living, no corruption, less population and pollution, good governance and laws, civil liberties, and growth opportunities.
Immigrating to Canada couldn’t have been easier than it is now. Canada is trying to take in as many immigrants as possible. The minimum CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score, at which ITAs (Invitation to apply) are offered, has dropped sharply. Along with this, the immigration system has been reformed entirely and new streams have been opened.
A merit-based immigration system helps Canada in taking in applicants who can contribute to their economy. Further, the authorities take appropriate measures to help immigrants with settling down in Canada. Also, the constantly growing economy ensures job security for most of the population. Whether it is work, education, business or a better lifestyle, Canada offers an amalgam of each of these things.