A GLIMPSE OF CANADA
Study, work, Live in Canada
Professionals and skilled workers who wish to pursue permanent residence in Canada must demonstrate a strong likelihood to become economically settled in Canada. This is why the main selection factors of all economic programs are suitable education, work experience in a high-demand occupation and language abilities under one of Canada’s official languages.
The profiles of candidates in the pool are ranked against each other, under a Comprehensive Ranking System. The highest-ranked candidates are considered for an invitation to apply for permanent residence under regular draws. Candidates who receive an invitation to apply must quickly submit a full application, within a relatively short delay. The government aims to process cases in only 6-months.
National Experts Visa Classes
With the Canadian immigration process, Canada is targeting skilled immigrants that will help in the economic growth of the country and support the local labor market. To become a Canadian citizen, the very first step is to get a permanent resident visa. It’s the same as the green card of the United States of America, it will allow you to live and settle in the country permanently.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
Saskatchewan’s provincial program has been very successful. Seven out of 10 newcomers to the province immigrated through the SINP. The province also has a high employment rate for newcomers, around 76 per cent. Retention rates are also high, with over 85 per cent of newcomers choosing to stay in Saskatchewan.
Canada PNP Programs
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a fast-track immigration program that allows employers in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces — Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island to hire foreign nationals for jobs they haven’t been able to fill locally. Introduced in 2017,the federal government and its provincial government partners aim to welcome more than 7,000 newcomers and their families to the Atlantic Canada region by 2021 through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program.
Business Start-Up Immigration
Both the federal and provincial/territorial governments welcome business immigrants and offer services to help immigrants start a business and settle in Canada. This guide will help you to apply under the Start-up Business Class.
Immigrate through Express Entry
Application process and eligibility, including work experience, education and language skills for each program, Language test results, education assessments, job offers, police certificates, medical exams, proof of funds, Create your profile, what to do while you wait in the pool and invitations to apply, Fill out the form, upload documents, pay fees and submit your application, Interviews inside and outside Canada, crossing the border and settling in Canada
LIMIA Work Permit
A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) assessing the impact of hiring a foreign national in Canada. A positive LMIA indicates that there is no Canadian citizen or permanent resident to fill a position, therefore enabling an employer to hire a foreign national. A negative LMIA indicates that a position should be filled by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.