Life as we knew it is unlikely to be the same again. There is a lot to do in the aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak. With the rate of corona virus infections decreasing over the world, it is finally time to plan for the future.
The economic impact of the COVID-19 epidemic is projected to last for several months. As we slowly return to routine, let us take the opportunity to evaluate the finest nations for migration after COVID-19.
The top three countries that we have listed give the best prospects for a fresh start. These countries have also been identified as good destinations for migrants seeking a stable and high-quality of life with their family.
Despite receiving widespread praise for its response to the corona virus epidemic, Canada maintained its firm stance on immigration even in the face of COVID-19. Canada is the most popular immigration destination for Indians due to its friendly approach toward all migrants.
Canada wants to invite 341,000 immigrants in 2020 as part of its Immigration Levels Plan, 2020-2022, which was revealed on March 12 – a week before the implementation of the COVID-19 extraordinary measures on March 18 –
While another 351,000 people will be granted permanent residency in Canada in 2021, the objective for 2022 is 361,000. Nonetheless, the Immigration Levels Plan 2020-2022 allows for a rise in the immigration objective for 2022 to 390,000.
Despite COVID-19, Canada immigration has been business as usual. Regular draws, both federal and provincial, are still held. While the most recent federal draw, Express Entry Lottery #148, took place on May 15, the province of British Columbia invited 133 people in the most recent Tech Pilot draw, which took place on May 26.
Furthermore, certain relaxations and flexibility are being granted to Canada PR applicants in light of the worldwide service constraints and limits caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is extending the application deadline. During this time, incomplete applications are also accepted.
Immigration is expected to aid Canada’s recovery from COVID-19.
In 2018-19, India was the third-largest source country of migrants to Australia, according to statistics.
Individuals can become permanent residents of Australia by applying for and being granted one of the country’s permanent visas, which allow them to stay in the country indefinitely. Skilled migration visas and family visas are the most widely applied for permanent visas in Australia.
There are numerous advantages to obtaining permanent residency in Australia. An Australian public relations professional can stay in Australia indefinitely, working and studying anywhere in the country. They are also eligible for Medicare, Australia’s national health care system. An Australian PR can also sponsor qualifying relatives for permanent residency in Australia.
Another advantage of obtaining an Australian PR is the ability to work in New Zealand.
In Germany, there is a high demand for qualified individuals such as physicians, nurses, engineers, scientists, and information technology specialists.
With the Skilled Immigration Act taking effect on March 1, 2020, it will be significantly easier for foreign-born workers to obtain job in Germany.
Germany’s Skilled Immigration Act, a new law that expands the opportunities for qualified professionals to come to work in the country, making it simpler for skilled employees with non-academic, vocational training from non-EU states to relocate to Germany for job overseas.
While the prior restrictions for qualified foreign workers with university degrees will remain in place, the rules that apply to them have been relaxed slightly.
The Skilled Immigration Act, which makes it simpler for qualified professionals from non-EU nations to work in Germany, places the country among the top three for migrants.
In light of the COVID-19 extraordinary measures, Germany has granted foreigners exemptions. Those whose residence permits are about to expire can apply for renewal informally, that is, by letter, email, online, or phone.
Those working in Germany on the EU Blue Card and earning short-term job benefits will not have their existing residence status affected. Their employment contract will remain valid once Germany lifts the COVID-19 restrictions.
A temporary exception has also been allowed to the requirement that anyone in Germany on a Job Seeker Visa depart the country as soon as their visa expires if they haven’t found work by then. Skilled professionals in Germany on a Job Seeker Visa who have achieved their legal maximum stay after March 16, 2020 and are unable to leave the country may apply for a stay extension. Informal applications can be sent by phone, online, by mail, or by email.
Emergency events, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, put even the strongest of us to the test. Countries that come to the timely help and support of foreigners on their land will be recognized for a long time in instances like this.
Countries like Canada, Australia, and Germany have risen above the others owing mostly to their welcoming policies toward migrants, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the COVID-19 epidemic most likely affected everyone on a worldwide basis, it is still considered transitory. The future, albeit uncertain at the time, holds hope for the optimistic.
If you are willing to migrate abroad, get in touch with the experts.