In what could be called a very positive and encouraging news report, for those keen to become permanent residents in Canada through the skilled worker category and using the Temporary Foreign Workers or the TFWs Visa path, a recent trend has reportedly come to light in the immigration domain involving the TFWs.
As per the research on which this news report is actually based, over the past couple of years, a constant swell in the figure of the Temporary Overseas Foreign Workers, getting Permanent Residency in Canada, has emerged even while this was not the case earlier.
As per the trend, a growing number of such workers are now staying for a longer time in the nation and are on the path to getting Permanent Residency (PR) in the nation. Allegedly, the shift has become visible in the recent years, thanks to the starting of the regulations that come to the assistance of the overseas manpower in the country.
For those not tuned in, such workers are those who obtain an offer of employment in the nation, and get a Work Permit, with a view to move to the destination and do a job there in.
Canada Foreign Worker Schemes
Under the authority of two key schemes each and every policy and law are administrated that govern everything involving the temporary foreign manpower. These schemes are:
Temporary Foreign Workers Programme (TFWP): Under it, three other plans are available that comprise of the overseas workers viz. the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Programme, the Live-in Caregiver Programme, and the Low-Skill Plot. The different regional governments of the Maple Leaf Country have even encouraged and promoted the Caregiver Programme, thanks to a dearth of the keen experts from the domain.
International Mobility Programme (IMP): It offers those temporary foreign employees–who are exceptionally trained in their domains–a chance to do a job in the nation. The IMP also comprises of the schemes that permit the overseas manpower to move from the different overseas branches of a firm or grant Work Permits involving academics & research work.
Significantly, a study was carried-out that observed closely the employees who had Work Permits through the preceding 20 years. The pool of employees comprised of more than a million people who received Work Permits. With the laws being rather strict, most of those workers went back to their own nations. However, those who have lately landed in the nation are, reportedly, the people who tend to live for a longer period.
The temporary foreign workers who stay for longer periods of time are inclined to be more disposed towards being the permanent residents in the nation. Even as different methods of getting PR in Canada for the foreign professional are available, these schemes are the stepping stones for the exceedingly trained experts.
The nation’s immigration arrangement is allegedly helpful to those who are well-informed, remarkably educated and very qualified. Valuable human capital has made a very good contribution to the nation’s development in the previous years.
Under the Temporary Foreign Worker Programmes, Seasonal Agricultural Workers Programme is the one with the bottommost figure of the individuals getting PR in the nation. Since Adult Caregiver Industry has a growing requirement for the foreign workers, the Live-in Caregiver Scheme is, reportedly, the most soft in the matters of residential conditions.
Tough laws and enforcement are vital issues that restrict and curtail the figure of those who stay for a longer period in the nation. Notwithstanding these factors, the situation back home in their nations of origin also play a big part, and has a big impact on the overseas manpower becoming permanent residents.
As per the available data, people from the various economically & socially stable nations are not the ones very keen to move on a permanent basis from their home nations. It is basically the ones from the different socially unstable or economically backward nations who actually explore better job opportunities and it is essentially these people who have a habit of either staying for a longer period of time or returning back to their respective home nations.