Immigration Levels Plan

Canada has released its Immigration Levels Plan for 2024-2026.

In accordance with the Immigration and Refugees Protection Act (IRPA), Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has delivered/released the country’s latest Immigration Levels Plan (ILP), as they are ordered to do by November 1 in non-political race years.

The Immigration Levels Plan is a yearly release that guides how many new permanent residents Canada will welcome in each of the next three years. The ILP separates long-lasting occupant focuses in every one of the country’s three migration classes: monetary class; family class; and, what’s more, displaced people; and compassionate class.

This previous year, Canada set a target of 465,000 new permanent resident admissions.

After breaking its all-time immigration record in 2021 by inviting over 405,000 immigrants in a single year, Canada invited/welcomed over 437,000 new permanent residents in 2022. Presently, Canada has established even higher immigration aspirations for the next three years, while we await to see if Canada reaches its 2023 target by year’s end.

As reported at a recent press conference, the Immigration Levels Plan 2024–2026 is as follows:

Note: These movement targets might change after some time, yet the figures beneath were given at the time the 2024–2026 ILP was first delivered on November 1, 2023.


In 2024, Canada will target the admission of 485,000 new permanent residents {PR} across the nation.


This target will jump to 500,000 new admissions in 2025.


In 2026, Canada is planning to invite 500,000 immigrants across all eligible permanent resident programs.

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