Each year, the government of Canada announces how many immigrants it aims to attract over the coming year, and reveals a breakdown in the number of immigrants that will be allocated to the various immigration programs offered.
The 2015 immigration plan unveiled by the government of Canada on Friday sets a target of between 260,000 and 285,000 new permanent residents next year, an increase of about 20,000 people over last year’s goal.
These programs cover skilled economic immigration, family sponsorship, and refugee and humanitarian programs. The economic category will account for the largest segment of the 2015 levels plan, at almost 65% of overall admissions.
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