Canada Emerges as the Top Overseas Destination for Immigration and Investment

According to the Anholt-Ipsos Nation Brands Index, Canada was ranked third out of 50 countries, when it comes to the best destination for immigration and investment. Such is the popularity of this nation that people from all around the globe have declared Canada as one of the best countries of the world. This position has upped from its fifth place back in 2018. These ranked places were based on 20,035 online interviews that took place with adults who were above 18 years of age in 20 countries.

What is better, is that Canada is in the first place in the three of the six individual categories that were used to rank these 50 countries. The country was deemed to be on the top spot when it comes to Canada immigration, governance, culture, as well as tourism.

You will be glad to know that Canada has ranked first for second year in a row. No wonder that so many immigrants want to apply for their Canada PR Visa as these factors are that which determine the power of a country to attract people from all over the world to live, work or study as well as improves its perception when it comes to quality of life and business environment.

The score for immigration and investment is primarily based on five “composite attributes” namely work and live, quality of life, educational qualifications, invest in business, and equality in society. A spokesperson on behalf of lead researcher Vadim Volos elaborated on the findings by quoting that “The Immigration and Investment Index evaluates a country’s power to attract talent and capital,” the statement read. “It is measured not only by whether people would consider studying, working, or living in that country, but also by perceptions of the country’s economic prosperity, equality of opportunity, and ultimately whether it is perceived to be a place with a high quality of life.”

Candidates who participated in the research were given asked to present 50 countries “personality traits.” Such is the popularity that Canada was considered friendly by 39 percent of correspondents, trustworthy by 30 percent, happy by the other 29 percent and generous by the rest of the 19 percent.

For more Canada immigration news, you can get in touch with our certified immigration consultants.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

* indicates required field