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What Are Your Options For Canadian Immigration

CANADA :

Canada, second largest country in the world in area after Russia, occupying roughly the northern two-fifths of the continent of North America. Despite Canada’s great size, it is one of the worlds most sparsely populated countries. Canada is one of the world's leading economies, driven largely by Canada's incredible wealth of natural resources. As one of the worlds safest countries and with a huge number of job openings, Canada is a top choice for immigration worldwide.

 

WHY CANADA ACCEPTS IMMIGRANTS? 

The economic impact of immigration is an important topic in Canada. While the immigration rate has dropped sharply from its peak early in the 20th century, Canada is still among the countries in the world that accept most immigrants per capita.

Canada is a country well-known for accepting high numbers of immigrants. There are many different Canadian immigration programs under which a person can apply to become a Canada permanent resident. Most applicants want to obtain permanent residency so that they can eventually obtain citizenship and a Canadian passport.

OPTIONS FOR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION: 

Canada has announced plans to accept more than 1 million new immigrants in the next three years.
There are many steps one has to take in order to successfully apply and get approved for Canada immigration. Here is a summary of immigration programs that will show you how to migrate to Canada.

Express Entry - Canadian government launched its new Express Entry system for skilled foreign workers who are applying for a Permanent Resident PR Visa to Canada through the Federal Skilled Workers Program FSWP, Federal Skilled Trades Program FSTP, and Canadian Experience Class CEC Program

The goal of the Express Entry program is to speed up the process of approving qualified skilled foreign workers for a PR Visa to Canada that helps to meet the needs of Canadian businesses.


Provincial nominees- No worries, if  you are not eligible for the Federal Skilled Worker Visa. PNP visas are aimed for low or semi skilled professionals, whose occupation are in demand in certain provinces in Canada. Once you get PNP, you can apply for Canadian PR.

Quebec-selected skilled workers -  Quebec is the largest province in Canada that needs thousands of Skilled Foreign Workers  for various professions. QSWP Quebec Selected Skilled Workers Program is a special program for immigration to Canada by the Canadian province of Quebec. French language skills adds  additional points for this program.  

Atlantic Immigration Pilot - This Program helps employers in Atlantic Canada to hire foreign skilled workers who want to immigrate to Atlantic Canada and international graduates who want to stay in Atlantic Canada after they graduate. 

Start-up Visa-  immigrate to Canada by starting a business and creating jobs, or support innovative entrepreneurs.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot - The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot was launched as an initiative to stimulate economic growth in those areas by attracting skilled workers. This program includes communities in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, etc.,.

Refugees - Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada IRCC is the name of the Canadian federal department that facilitates the arrival of immigrants to Canada, provides protection to refugees, and offers programming to help newcomers settle in Canada.

Family sponsorship - If you are a Canadian permanent resident or citizen with a family member who wants to immigrate to Canada, you may be able to help them become a permanent resident. Family reunification remains one of the pillars of the Canadian immigration system.

Caregivers -  As a caregiver, you have options to come to Canada to become a permanent resident or work temporarily.

Self-employed -  The Self-employed Persons Program allows people to immigrate to Canada permanently as a self-employed person.

Agri-Food Immigration Pilot - The pilot program begins in 2020 and runs for three years. Employers in the Canadian agricultural industry are relying on temporary foreign workers TFW hired through the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program SAWP. The problem is, workers who enter Canada through SAWP are given limited-term work permits. This mainly targets workers for meat processing and mushroom farming.

Wondering which option is the best for you? We help you to figure it out! 

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