Breaking News! Marc Miller is new Immigration Minister of Canada!
In a major announcement on July 26, 2023, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced Mr. Marc Miller as Canada's new Immigration Minister. He is a Member of Parliament from Quebec. His diverse background in public service has paved the way for his selection, representing Canada's unwavering commitment to nurturing an inclusive and welcoming environment for people from all parts of the world.
Before entering politics, Minister Miller pursued a successful career in law, specializing in mergers and acquisitions, with a main focus on international and commercial law. He honed his legal capability in renowned cities such as Montréal, Stockholm, and New York City.
Additionally, Mr. Miller boasts an renowned background as an infantry soldier in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) before transitioning into the realm of politics. Throughout his term, he has proved his commitment to public service by serving as the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and the Minister of Indigenous Services, where he addressed critical national issues with extreme diligence.
Canada is popular as paradise for immigration aspirants looking to live, work and settle in an advanced country. As per the Multiyear immigration plan of Canada 2023-2025, the maple leaf country will accept more than one million permanent residents by the end of 2025.
The former Immigration Minister, Sean Fraser, took several measures to streamline the process, ease the visa rules and invite more number of people to Canada. The new Immigration Minister Marc Miller now has the responsibility to carry forward the good work done by Minister Fraser and keep the immigration to Canada smooth and hassle free for the newcomers.