1st time Canadian Resident entry into Canada on a study permit through the Point of Entry of P E Trudeau International Airport
Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this Data Analysis release. Today is the 30th of May, 2022. We are coming to you today for the Kiek in de Kok Museum in Tallin Estonia. Estonia is bordered by Russia in the East, Lativia in the south, the Baltic sea west and north.
This video is a little different from other analysis videos where we used to just talk about visa applications, success rate and rejection rates. This video discusses actual entry into Canada thru Canadian POE’s for first time Canadian residents, temporary or permanent during the Global Pandemic years of 2020 and 2021. Thanks to the folks at Canada Border Services Agency or CBSA for providing us with this data. In this video, we are going to talk about the total 1st time Canadian Resident entry into Canada on a study permit through the Point of Entry of P E Trudeau International Airport.
In 2020, during the peak Pandemic restriction year, the Point of Entry of P E Trudeau International Airport received 14,227 new study permit residents and in 2021, another pandemic year, this POE received 53,328 new Canadian study permit residents. We will also discuss the arrival rates of the 10 top POE’s who received the highest number of first time study permit entries in separate videos!
We have seen an appreciative jump in intakes in 2021 from 2020 figures because of the need of foreign nationals to supplement the labor force and students are likely to be the future Canadian Permanent Residents to supplement the labour force in Canada. The reasonably high vaccination rates coupled with a better understanding of the pandemic helped increase the intake. We expect the numbers to increase in the coming years. This jump is seen more at Airports who act as a POE but the trend is reversed through Road crossings.
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