A new visa program called Mobilité Francophone has been launched by the Federal Canada to attract foreign nationals who are expert in French to the regions outside Quebec province.
This visa program gives work permit to the Francophone-certified professionals without approvals from Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). These immigration procedures will be clear and easy for the Canadian Employers.
The Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is compulsory for the company hiring any foreign national for another skilled visa program in Canada. The LMIA verifies whether the company has checked the possibilities to recruit Canadian for the available position. With the new Mobility program in place, it allows the companies to hire a foreign national without applying for LMIA.
Liberal Government formed in November 2015, made important changes in the immigration procedures to allow economic immigrants with permanent residence and encourage some incredibly skilled people to migrate to Canada.
The Canada Government wants the minority community to be vivacious and create a valuable contribution to the economy.Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada plan to extend the Francophone community and form up to four percent of economic immigrants by 2018.