Immigration Statistics – August 2021

Immigration Statistics Digest – August 2021

PR admissions: General

Total PR admissions by all provinces in August

In August 2021, Ontario was the most PR-issued province. The province accepted 18,170 (48.3%) of all immigrants. British Columbia admitted 7,580 (20.2%) newcomers, while Quebec welcomed 4,185 (11.1%) individuals.

  • Ontario – 18,170 (48.3%)
  • British Columbia – 7,580 (20.2%)
  • Quebec – 4,185 (11.1%)
  • Alberta – 3,405 (9.1%)
  • Manitoba – 1,230 (3.3%)
  • Nova Scotia – 1,050 (2.8%)
  • Saskatchewan – 890 (2.4%)
  • New Brunswick – 555 (1.5%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 315 (0.8%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 170 (0.5%)
  • Yukon – 60 (0.2%)
  • Northwest Territories – 35 (0.1%)
  • Nunavut – <5 (0%)

In August, Canada welcomed 37,780 foreign nationals. In total, Canada accepted 222,275 newcomers in 2021.

#IRCC, #PR, #PR_admissions, #Immigration_levels

Total PR admissions by countries in August

In August 2021, applicants from India, China, and Philippines received the majority of PR approval. Indian applicants have received 13,060 (34.5%) PR admissions. The second country that received the most PR admissions in August was China with 2,590 (6.8%) applicants, and the Philippines were third with 1,700 (4.4%) applicants.

The top ten countries of PR admission in August were:

  • India – 13,060 (34.5%)
  • China – 2,590 (6.8%)
  • Philippines – 1,700 (4.4%)
  • Brazil – 1,195 (3.1%)
  • France – 1,165 (3.0%)
  • USA – 1,140 (3.0%)
  • Iran – 1,050 (2.7%)
  • Afghanistan – 1,005 (2.6%)
  • Nigeria – 975 (2.5%)
  • Korea – 895 (2.3%)

In August, Canada welcomed 37,780 foreign nationals who obtained permanent residency in the country. In total, Canada accepted 222,275 newcomers in 2021.

#IRCC, #PR, #PR_admissions, #Immigration_levels

PR admissions for Family Sponsorship – August 2021

According to the final figures released by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), in August 2021, Canada admitted 6,290 immigrants in the family class. This number includes 5,110 sponsored spouses, 735 sponsored parents and grandparents, 415 sponsored children, and 10 other relatives. According to the 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan, IRCC will admit 80,000 sponsored spouses. In addition, the Government is going to receive up to 40,000 complete applications under the Parents and Grandparents Program in 2021—10,000 of these applications are from the 2020 intake process, while 30,000 are from 2021. In August 2021, Canada approved 80 applications of sponsored spouses and 70 parents and grandparents of Iranian citizens, and in total, 155 sponsored family applications. In 2021, the Government of Canada approved 1,095 family sponsorship applications from Iran.

#PR_admissions, #IRCC, #family_sponsorship, #family_immigration, #parents_sponsorship, #PGP, #Parental_sponsorship #Parents_and_Grandparents_sponsorship, #spousal_sponsorship

PR admissions through Provincial Nominee Program by provinces in August

The most PR-issued province through Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in August was British Columbia. In August, this province accepted 1,080 (22.4%) of all immigrants through the PNP. Ontario and Manitoba welcomed 995 (20.7%) and 775 (16.1%) individuals respectively.

  • British Columbia – 1,080 (22.4%)
  • Ontario – 995 (20.7%)
  • Manitoba – 775 (16.1%)
  • Alberta – 735 (15.3%)
  • Saskatchewan – 495 (10.3%)
  • Nova Scotia – 250 (5.2%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 195 (4%)
  • New Brunswick – 175 (3.6%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 60 (1.2%)
  • Yukon – 40 (0.8%)
  • Northwest Territories – 15 (0.3%)
  • Quebec – 0 (0%)

In August, Canada approved 120 PNP applications of Iranian citizens. In 2021, the Government of Canada approved 790 PNP applications from Iran. In total, Canada welcomed 4,815 foreign nationals who immigrated to Canada via PNP in August 2021.

#PR, #PR_admissions, #PNP, #provincial_nomination, #nomination_certificate

Canada accepted 345 business immigrants in August 2021

In August 2021, Canada accepted 345 business immigrants. The overwhelming majority of these immigrants (290 – 84%) were the remaining applicants in the Quebec Investor Program. Ontario and British Columbia received 25 businessmen immigrants each. These three provinces were the main destinations for business immigrants in August. In 2020 and 2021 about 90% of business immigrants choose these provinces to immigrate. In addition, in August, 5 business immigrants have been admitted to Alberta. Compared to July 2021, in August, the amount of business immigration dropped by 37%. In August, Canada accepted 120 investors, 15 entrepreneurs, and approved 15 Start up applications of Iranian citizens. In 2021, in total, the Government of Canada approved 485 business applications from Iran.

#Quebec, #business_immigration, #Ontario, #BC, #PR

Refugees and Protected Persons total PR admissions in August 2021

In August, the total number of refugees and protected persons who were granted PR by the Government of Canada was 4,700. Ontario, Quebec, and Alberta accepted the highest numbers of refugee applications among the provinces, relatively 2,525, 700, and 570 each. 2,930 of them were protected persons, 1,475 were Government-assisted refugees, while the number of Privately Sponsored Refugees was around 290. In August 2021, there also were 5 blended sponsorship refugee applications. The distribution of refugees among provinces in August 2021 was as follow:

  • Ontario – 2,525 (55.6.%)
  • Quebec – 700 (15.4%)
  • Alberta – 570 (12.5%)
  • British Columbia – 440 (9.7%)
  • New Brunswick – 90 (2%)
  • Saskatchewan – 85 (1.9%)
  • Manitoba – 65 (1.4%)
  • Nova Scotia – 45 (1%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 15 (0.3%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 10 (0.2%)

Additionally, in August, Canada accepted 320 protected persons from Iran. In 2021, Canada accepted 2,570 Iranian citizens as refugees or protected persons.

#PR, #PR_admissions, #Refugees, #Protected_persons

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program – PR admissions: August 2021

In August 2021, Canada approved 585 PR applications under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP). Through AIPP, 370 candidates immigrated to Nova Scotia, 170 to New Brunswick, 25 to Newfoundland and Labrador, and 20 to Prince Edward Island. These are the highest amounts of applicants immigrating under the AIPP in one month in 2021.  In 2021, Canada accepted 2,170 AIPP applicants. 1,190 of these candidates resettled in Nova Scotia, 725 candidates in New Brunswick, 150 candidates in Newfoundland and Labrador, and 105 in Prince Edward Island.

In August, the total amount of AIPP applications from Iranian citizens was less than 5. In total, in 2021, Canada approved 25 Iranian AIPP applications.

#PR, #PR_admissions, #AIPP, #Nova_Scotia, #New_Brunswick, #PEI

Immigration statistics through the caregiver programs – August 2021

In August 2021, Canada accepted 245 caregivers through the caregiver program. This is the second highest number of caregivers invited in a month in 2021. Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and Saskatchewan were the only provinces that accepted caregivers in August 2021. In general, the overwhelming majority of immigrants (over 90%) preferred these provinces to immigrate to Canada in 2021. The share of provinces for the caregiver program in August 2021 was as follow:

  • Ontario – 120 (49%)
  • British Columbia – 70 (28%)
  • Alberta – 40 (16%)
  • Quebec – 10 (4%)
  • Saskatchewan – 5 (2%)

In 2021, the number of caregiver applicants from Iran was less than 5.

#PR, #PR_admissions, #caregivers

 

TR to PR public policy PR admissions: August 2021

In August 2021, Canada approved 1580 PR applications under the Temporary public policies: Temporary resident to permanent resident pathway (TR2PR). Most TR2PR immigrants landed in Ontario – 815 immigrants – more than half of the total newcomers in this program. British Columbia admitted 470 newcomers and Alberta welcomed 130 TR2PR immigrants.

  • Ontario – 815 (51.6%)
  • British Columbia – 470 (29.7%)
  • Alberta – 130 (8.2%)
  • Manitoba – 80 (5.1%)
  • Nova Scotia – 40 (2.5%)
  • New Brunswick – 20 (1.3%)
  • Saskatchewan – 15 (0.9%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 5 (0.3%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 5 (0.3%)

In August, the total amount of TR2PR applications from Iranian citizens was 40. In total, IRCC granted PR to 1905 TR2PR candidates.

#PR, #PR_admissions, #TR2PR

 

Express Entry PR Admissions

What provinces benefited the most from Express Entry in August 2021?

The main beneficiary of Express Entry in August 2021 was Ontario. In August 2021, this province accepted 10,885 (59.3%) of all immigrants through the Express Entry. British Columbia welcomed 4,870 individuals (26.1%), while Alberta admitted 1,435 newcomers (7.8%).

  • Ontario – 10,885 (59.3%)
  • British Columbia – 4,870 (26.1%)
  • Alberta – 1,435 (7.8%)
  • Nova Scotia – 415 (2.3%)
  • Saskatchewan – 275 (1.5%)
  • Manitoba – 215 (1.2%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 140 (0.8%)
  • New Brunswick – 125 (0.7%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 45 (0.2%)
  • Yukon – 15 (0.1%)
  • Northwest Territories – 15 (0.1%)
  • Nunavut – 0 (0%)

In August, Canada approved 255 EE applications of Iran citizens – 150 applicants selected to settle in Ontario, 20 in Alberta, 10 in Saskatchewan, and 65 immigrants went to British Columbia. In 2021, in total, the Government of Canada approved 770 EE applications of Iranian citizens. In total, in August 2021, Canada welcomed 18,345 foreign nationals who immigrated to Canada via Express Entry. The sum of candidates who immigrated via Express Entry from January 2021 to August 2021 is 95,710.

#Express_Entry, #PR, #PR_admissions

Express Entry PR admissions by countries in August 2021

In August, the main countries that received PR invitations via Express Entry (EE) were India, China, and Brazil. In August, 9,895 (53.9%) Indian applicants have received PR admissions. The second country that received the most PR admissions in August was China with 1,325 (7.2%) applicants, and relatively, the third country was Brazil with 755 (4.1%) applicants. Following ten countries led the list of EE PR admission in August:

  • India – 9,895 (53.9%)
  • China – 1,325 (7.2%)
  • Brazil – 755 (4.1%)
  • Korea – 570 (3.1%)
  • USA – 470 (2.6 %)
  • Philippines – 440 (2.4%)
  • UK – 425 (2.3%)
  • Nigeria – 375 (2%)
  • Ireland – 265 (1.4%)
  • Iran – 255 (1.4%)

#Express_Entry, #PR, #PR_admissions

Express Entry PR admissions by programs – August 2021

In August, the main program that majority of applicants received their permanent residency (PR) invitations via Express Entry (EE) was Canadian Experience Class (CEC). In August 2021, 16,155 (88%) applicants have received PR admissions under CEC. The second program that issued the most PR admissions in August Provincial Nominee Program with 1,645 (8.9%) approved applications. The third and fourth programs had relatively low numbers when compared to the first two ones, as only 515 (2.8%) applicants immigrated through Skilled Worker Program, and 30 (0.1%) candidates received their PR admissions under Skilled Trade Program. In total, in August 2021, Canada accepted 18,345 permanent residents under these four programs.

#Express_Entry, #PR, #PR_admissions, #CEC, #PNP, #Skilled_worker, #Skilled_trades

 

International Students

Study permit issuance by country of citizenship – August 2021

The overwhelming majority of study permits approved in August 2021, was issued for Indian students – 30,715 (31.2%). Chinese applicants received 13,150 (13.4%) study permits, while French students obtained 7,380 (7.5%) study permits. These ten countries led the list of study permit admission in August:

  • India – 30,715 (31.2%)
  • China – 13,150 (13.4%)
  • France – 7,380 (7.5%)
  • Philippines – 3.730 (3.8%)
  • USA – 3,070 (3.1%)
  • Iran – 2,535 (2.6%)
  • Germany – 2,500 (2.5%)
  • Mexico – 2,220 (2.3%)
  • Vietnam – 1,930 (2%)
  • Korea – 1,835 (1.9%)

In August 2021, Canada welcomed 98,350 foreign students who got accepted to Canadian universities. Canada approved 282,455 study permits in 2021.

#Study_Permit, #international_students, #study_in_Canada

Study permit issuance by province – August 2021

The most study permit issued province in August 2021 was Ontario. In August, this province accepted 44,045 (46%) of all foreign students. British Columbia welcomed 20,330 (21.2%) individuals, while Quebec approved 16,140 (16.8%) study permits.

  • Ontario – 44,045 (46%)
  • British Columbia – 20,330 (21.2%)
  • Quebec – 16,140 (16.8%)
  • Alberta – 6,445 (6.7%)
  • Nova Scotia – 2,510 (2.6%)
  • Manitoba – 2,145 (2.2%)
  • New Brunswick – 1,675 (1.7%)
  • Saskatchewan – 1,270 (1.3%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 695 (0.7%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 525 (0.5%)
  • Yukon – 35 (0%)
  • Northwest Territories – <5 (0%)
  • Nunavut – <5 (0%)

In August 2021, Canada welcomed 98,350 foreign students who got accepted to Canadian universities. In total, Canada approved 282,455 study permits in 2021.

#Study_Permit, #international_students, #study_in_Canada

Study permit issuance by the level of study – August 2021

In August, Canada issued 98,350 study permits for students in different levels of studies. Students coming to Canada to get secondary or junior secondary education received 14,120 study permits, 5,180 study permits were issued for ‘other studies’, and in 20 approved applications, the level of education has not been stated. The majority of issued study permits were for students coming to Canada to get a post secondary degree. 78,045 such applications were approved by the Government in August 2021. A considerable amount of students concentrated in three provinces – Ontario 44,045 (46%), British Columbia 20,330 (21.2%), and Quebec 16,140 (16.8%). In total, Canada approved 282,455 study permits in 2021.

#Study_Permit, #international_students, #study_in_Canada

Study permit issuance by province and the level of study– August 2021

Ontario issued the majority of study permits in August 2021. The province accepted 44,045 (46%) foreign students. The second major province for the study permit issuance – British Columbia welcomed 20,330 (21.2%) students, and Quebec admitted only 16,140 (16.8%) international students.

  • Ontario – 44,045 (46%)

Ontario issued 36,445 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 4,600 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 3,000 for ‘other studies.’ In addition, the province issued less than 5 study permits to applicants who have not stated their level of study.

  • British Columbia – 20,330 (21.2%)

British Columbia issued 12,890 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 6,095 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 1,340 for ‘other studies.’ In addition, the province issued 10 study permits to applicants who have not stated their level of study.

  • Quebec – 16,140 (16.8%)

Quebec issued 4,640 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 990 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 790 for ‘other studies.’

  • Alberta – 1,950 (5%)

Alberta issued 14,440 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 940 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 760 for ‘other studies.’

  • Manitoba – 1,230 (3.2%)

Manitoba issued 925 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 225 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 80 for ‘other studies.’

  • Nova Scotia – 710 (1.8%)

Nova Scotia issued 1,575 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 410 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 165 for ‘other studies.’

  • Saskatchewan – 505 (1.3%)

Saskatchewan issued 1,060 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 155 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 55 for ‘other studies.’

  • New Brunswick – 395 (1%)

New Brunswick issued 1,290 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 345 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 40 for ‘other studies.’

  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 185 (0.5%)

Newfoundland and Labrador issued 605 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, and 80 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study and 5 for ‘other studies.’

  • Prince Edward Island – 185 (0.5%)

Prince Edward Island issued 375 study permits for international students in the post-secondary level of study, 95 permits in the secondary or junior secondary level of study, and 55 for ‘other studies.’

In August 2021, Canada welcomed 98,350 foreign students who got accepted to Canadian universities. In total, Canada approved 282,455 study permits in 2021.

#Study_Permit, #international_students, #study_in_Canada

Work permits issued under the post-graduate employment by provinces – August 2021

Ontario issued the overwhelming majority of work permits under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP) in August 2021. The province accepted 11,620 (60.3%) foreign workers. British Columbia welcomed 3,075 (15.9%) workers, while Quebec admitted only 1,650 (8.6%) foreign workers.

  • Ontario – 11,620 (60.3%)
  • British Columbia – 3,075 (15.9%)
  • Quebec – 1,650 (8.6%)
  • Alberta – 1,240 (6.1%)
  • Manitoba – 625 (3.2%)
  • Nova Scotia – 455 (2.4%)
  • Saskatchewan – 275 (1.6%)
  • New Brunswick – 200 (1%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 90 (0.5%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 45 (0.2%)
  • Yukon – 10 (0.1%)
  • Northwest Territories – <5 (0%)
  • Nunavut – 0 (0%)

In total, in August 2021, Canada welcomed 19,325 foreign workers through the PGWPP.

#TFWP, #Skilled_workers, #work_permits, #work_ in_Canada, #PGWP, #PGWPP

Transition to PR from PGWP by provinces in August 2021

In August, the biggest numbers in transition from Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) to permanent residency (PR) was in Ontario. The province welcomed 5,660 (58.4%) permanent residents. British Columbia and Alberta were the next main provinces experienced huge waves of transition, respectively, 2,060 (21.2%) and 535 (5.5%). The distribution of PR admissions of PGWP holders among provinces in August 2021 was as follow:

  • Ontario – 5,660 (58.4%)
  • British Columbia – 2,060 (21.2%)
  • Alberta – 535 (5.5%)
  • Quebec – 420 (4.3%)
  • Nova Scotia – 360 (3.7%)
  • Manitoba – 265 (2.7%)
  • Saskatchewan – 120 (1.2%)
  • New Brunswick – 120 (1.2%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 115 (1.2%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 35 (0.4%)
  • Northwest Territories – 15 (0.2%)
  • Yukon – 5 (0.1%)
  • Nunavut – 0 (0%)

In total, in August 2021, 9,710 PGWP holders obtained PR.

#PR, #PGWP, #PR_admissions, #TR2PR

 

Foreign Workers

Work permits issued under the International Mobility Program in August 2021

The most work permit issued province under the International Mobility Program (IMP) in August 2021 was Ontario. In August, this province accepted 16,625 (51.5%) of all foreign workers. British Columbia welcomed 5,775 (17.9%) individuals, while Quebec admitted 3,940 (12.2%) workers.

  • Ontario – 16,625 (51.5%)
  • British Columbia – 5,775 (17.9%)
  • Quebec – 3,940 (12.2%)
  • Alberta – 2,485 (7.7%)
  • Manitoba – 1,165 (3.6%)
  • Nova Scotia – 820 (2.5%)
  • Saskatchewan – 640 (2%)
  • New Brunswick – 460 (1.4%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 190 (0.6%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 160 (0.5%)
  • Yukon – 40 (0.1%)
  • Northwest Territories – 20 (0.1%)
  • Nunavut – 0 (0%)

In August 2021, Canada welcomed 36,225 foreign workers through the IMP. In addition, in August, Canada issued 990 (2.7%) work permits to Iranian citizens under the IMP. In total, 5,865 work permit applications of Iranian citizens were approved in 2021.

#IMP, #International_Mobility, #Skilled_workers, #work_permits, #work_ in_Canada

Work permits issued under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in August 2021

The most work permit issued province under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) in August 2021, was Ontario. The province accepted 2,185 (35.4%) foreign workers. Quebec welcomed 2,000 (32.4%), while British Columbia admitted 1,055 (17.1%) workers.

  • Ontario – 2,185 (35.4%)
  • Quebec -2,000 (32.4%)
  • British Columbia – 1,055 (17.1%)
  • Alberta – 430 (7%)
  • New Brunswick – 170 (2.8%)
  • Nova Scotia – 135 (2.2%)
  • Saskatchewan – 65 (1.1%)
  • Prince Edward Island – 55 (0.9%)
  • Manitoba – 40 (0.6%)
  • Yukon – 20 (0.3%)
  • Nunavut – 15 (0.2%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 10 (0.2%)
  • Northwest Territories – <5 (0%)

In total, in August 2021, Canada welcomed 6,170 foreign workers through the TFWP. In addition, in August, Canada issued 10 work permits to Iranian citizens under the TFWP. In total, 205 work permit applications of Iranian citizens were approved in 2021.

#TFWP, #Skilled_workers, #work_permits, #work_ in_Canada

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