Canada’s immigration backlog jumps to 2.4 million persons

The backlog has grown by nearly 260,000 persons over the past month.
IRCC’s backlog has grown to 2.4 million persons. The backlog has grown by 257,499 persons over the past month, mostly because of a big increase in temporary residence applications. The citizenship inventory stands at 394,664 candidates as of June 1, compared to 399,325 on may 2.The permanent residence inventory stands at 522,047 persons as of June 6.

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