According to popular perception, the global pandemic will reduce people's willingness to migrate. However, a new survey found that since Canada entered the new crown virus pandemic, people's interest in immigrating to Canada has increased dramatically!
According to the World Educational Services Organization (WES), a survey conducted in June of this year showed that nearly half of the respondents indicated that COVID-19 has increased people’s interest in immigrating to Canada: 45% of the respondents said they were more Hope to come to Canada, only 6% of the respondents have less willingness. Another 32% of respondents said that they need to postpone their immigration plan.
The WES survey also found that 80% of respondents believe that the economic impact of the new crown epidemic on Canada will not be more severe than that of their country.
The Canadian government's emergency financial assistance program and anti-epidemic policy for its citizens during the epidemic were also well received by these interviewees
WES stated that Canada will maintain its long-term attractiveness in immigration countries, and the continued welcome of new immigrants will also play an important role in Canada's economic recovery.
Canadian Minister of Immigration Mendicino also agreed. He has repeatedly said that welcoming new immigrants after the new crown epidemic will remain a priority for the Canadian government.