Assessing the Efficacy of Canada’s Pre-Arrival Settlement Services on Immigrant Integration: A Comprehensive Analysis of the New Immigration Pre-Landing Settlement Service

  •  Sabina Maharjan    


Canada has the tradition of welcoming the immigrants from the diverse background. It aims to assess the efficacy of new immigrant pre-arrival settlements on immigrant integrations in Canada. Understanding the importance of immigrant integration, Canada strongly emphasizes on the pre-arrival services with the knowledge to represent the innovative approach. This research studies on the dependent variable i.e. New Immigrant Integration and independent variables i.e. duration of pre-arrival settlement, access to pre-arrival information and resources, and cultural sensitivity of pre-arrival settlement services. The researcher uses quantitative method and examine data from service providers and contemporary immigrants. The study evaluates immigrant integration based on employment rates, dialect abilities, social integration and satisfaction with settlement services. The relationship between independent and dependent variables is assessed using statistical tools i.e. multiple regression prove the hypothesis of the study. The findings in this study contribute to a deeper understanding on the efficacy of Canada's pre-arrival settlements with the evidence. It contributes the insights for the policy makers and service providers for successful immigrant integration in Canadian Society.

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