IMMIGRATION TO CANADA




Immigration to Canada

More than 60 Canadian immigration programs are available to individuals seeking to immigrate to Canada. Our comprehensive assessment method evaluates your eligibility across ALL categories. Ensuring you select the Canadian immigration category best suited for your circumstances can be overwhelming. Fill out our free assessment form to have your qualifications assessed against all Canadian immigration streams.
The path to Canadian citizenship begins by acquiring Canadian permanent resident status. Similar to a “Green Card” in the United States, a Canada Permanent Resident Card will enable you to work and live in Canada. The best way of determining if you qualify for Canadian Permanent Residency, through one of Canada’s many immigration programs, is to fill out our assessment form. Our Canadian immigration team will carefully review your assessment and get back to you within 24 hours.

e federal government of Canada gives every province some selection discretion, most notably exemplified by the Provincial Nomination Programs. However, the level of deference afforded to Quebec is unrivaled. Quebec Immigration programs will typically have different selection criteria, based on Quebec’s cultural uniqueness. Despite the selection powers that provinces hold, all final Canadian immigration decisions fall under federal jurisdiction.

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Work and study experience in Canada can be applied towards qualifying for Canadian permanent residency. In fact, finding a job in Canada will significantly increase your chances of qualifying for Canadian immigration. Contact us for more information about how you can use your job offer in Canada to qualify for Canadian immigration, or explore the general Canadian immigration categories listed below.

 

Permanent Status – Canadian Immigration Categories: Federal Skilled Worker Provincial Nominee Program Canadian Experience Class Federal Skilled Trades Class Family Class Business Investor Business Entrepreneur Business Self-Employed Quebec Immigration Temporary Status In Canada: Work Permits *Note that there are other ways to come Canada as a foreign national which do not require receiving a Canadian permanent residency visa, such as by applying for work permits, visitor visas and study permits.