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Non-Economic Programs: Economic-Class Immigrants

non-economic programs: In fact, earnings of all categories of immigrants increase with time, according to Vancouver Courier. However, immigrants of non-economic programs and spouses and dependents of economic immigrants take longer to establish themselves economically. Annual incomes of highly-skilled workers surpass the Canadian average soon after arrival and increase over time. Refugees take the longest. Economic-class immigrants do the best. Economic outcomes are different depending on which program immigrants use to come to Canada. ( As reported in the news.