Canada celebrates its National Day amid an increase in the number of residence applicants

On the first of July, Canada celebrated its National Day, which represents a historical event in which it gained its independence from Britain in 1867. This day is celebrated with large-scale parades, festivals and performances that include various Canadian provinces. Canada is witnessing an increase in the number of immigrants in the first five months of this year, increasing by 71.8% compared to the same period last year according to (IRCC).

Reach Immigration provides you with the possibility to obtain residency in Canada through: Provincial nomination programs, which are one of the main ways to immigrate to Canada, as these programs were launched in the early nineties to allow interested people with the necessary skills, required educational level and years of experience to contribute to economic development In the first five months of this year, Canada welcomed 29,735 new permanent residents under the Provincial Nominee Programs, which is approximately 15.9% of all new permanent residents during that period. Reach also offers those interested in obtaining permanent residence in Canada through Canada Start-Up Visa (SUV), where the program offers permanent residence in Canada to investors and their eligible family members who wish to immigrate to Canada by establishing a new business, where the innovative project idea is presented to one of Business incubators, venture capital funds, or investor groups designated by the Government of Canada to support the innovative project idea, and immigrant entrepreneurs must demonstrate that the businesses they intend to create are innovative, have the potential to boost the Canadian economy by creating new jobs for Canadians, and compete on a global scale . You can find more details about these programs and the conditions for eligibility for them, in addition to the benefits and features they offer you through the following link here.


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