Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) plans to review the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) as part of the new Strategy: An Immigration System for Canada’s Future. The Strategy indicates forthcoming changes to improve processing and create a comprehensive immigration approach. This will be achieved through three pillars: enhancing the newcomer experience, aligning immigration with labour market needs, and developing a coordinated growth plan. The potential changes to IRPA fall under bettering the immigration experience, focusing on creating a modern, efficient, fair, transparent, predictable, and timely system. IRCC highlights the need for legislative amendments or reform to IRPA, which has yet to be extensively examined since its introduction in 2002.