10 May

As a result of initiatives at both the federal and provincial levels, from 2015 to 2019, Canada succeeded to increase the number of French-speaking newcomers. 

The amount of francophone new permanent residents almost tripled, climbing from 2,965 to 8,470. 

After the beginning of the COVID-19 global pandemic and border restrictions, immigration to Canada slowed down and prevented the arrival of newcomers. 

In 2020, francophone immigration outside of Quebec declined by 32%, to 5,755. 

Three out of six new temporary immigration programs targeting essential workers and international graduates residing in Canada are for French-speaking candidates and have an unlimited capacity which means Canada does not want to limit the number of Francophone applicants.

To find out your options, please contact us at info@a4zimmigration.com or office number +1-289-997-3339 to discuss your opportunity to live and work in Canada.

You can fill in our assessment form https://www.a4zimmigration.com/assessment-for-express-entry for a detailed assessment for an expedited response. 

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