I feel you. I have ALL THE RIGHT to demand PR from the government since I’m inside canada anyway. But I accepted the fact that even caregiver who are inside Canada and working for 36 months and paying taxes here are being refused with PR. They deserve it more than someone who never went here, regardless if they meet the education or not. Ircc will only consider refugees because most of them are rich people from Afghanistan and Ukraine. A refugee needs to prove that they can contribute to the economy of Canada, it’s not enough that they’re only bleeding from war. So most of the refugees that I met here are rich people.At this point it doesn't make sense for 2019 and 2020 applicants to have just a Work Permit. The waiting defeated the whole purposefulness of this program, as the children grew old and the elderly died (HSW).
Considering the applicants side, it doesn't make any sense waiting for 3 years for a Work Permit if you could obtain a LMIA in less than 6 months (before March 2022).
What would really be FAIR at this point considering we all had to pay for the applications, IELTS, ECA and translations not to mention all the suffering because these really long waiting times is to grant 2019 and 2020 Permanent Residency.
One must say that IRCC would never do that.
Unfortunately I tend to agree.