Canada’s migration framework will update the manner in which it arranges occupations in fall 2022. The progressions will influence some financial class and unfamiliar laborer candidates, albeit the central government presently can’t seem to impart which kinds of candidates will be influenced. The system through which Canada classifies its job profiles is named as National Occupational Classification (NOC). The NOC is checked on consistently, and refreshed at regular intervals to guarantee it mirrors Canada’s changing work market. It gets redesigned at regular intervals, making the new release the greatest overhaul beginning around 2011. Measurements Canada delivered its new NOC 2021 distribution last month. The NOC is significant for Canadian Immigration because it is utilized by administrative and common legislatures to oversee talented specialist migration programs and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). A migrant or transitory unfamiliar laborer should meet the NOC qualification standards of the program they are applying to. The division of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), and Canada’s areas and regions, right now use NOC 2016 to evaluate qualification for talented laborer migration programs. The division of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has additionally been utilizing NOC 2016 to assess Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) applications. The LMIA is the Canadian government’s work market test and is needed in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). At the point when it assesses a LMIA application, ESDC should decide if the employing of a far-off public will impartially affect laborers in Canada. By then, an unfamiliar laborer can accept their LMIA and position offer letters on the side of their work grant applications to IRCC.