Which is the easiest way to immigrate to Canada?
Which is the easiest way to immigrate to Canada?
When it comes to immigration, Canada offers many easy and safe ways to sail. As a result, every year tens of thousands of immigrants apply to the Canadian PR process. Moreover, the Canadian government is planning for more than one million new immigrants as permanent residents there by 2021. So, if you are interested in moving to Canada, then this is the right time to apply. Below is the list of some immigration streams which offer you one of the easiest routes to turn your dreams into reality.
Federal Express Entry Program:
The Canadian government introduced a new program in 2015, Express Entry program to make process of immigration easier for skilled and experienced immigrants, applying from different parts of the world. It is an online point based immigration program for skilled foreigners who wish to live, work or study in Canada with permanent residence status. Three primary economic categories come under the express entry are Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC), Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC).
Interested candidates can submit their profile for the above categories on the IRCC portal. There, they need to provide information on their personal credentials like age, education, previous work experience, proficiency in Canada’s official languages, French or English, connections in Canada, and arranged employment. Based on these factors, each profile scores some Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points out of 1200. Only higher-scoring candidates get the chance to receive Invitations to apply (ITAs) for Canada PR visa.
|Age||minimum 18 years||minimum 18 years||minimum 18 years|
|Language proficiency||A minimum of Canadian language benchmark (CLB) level 7 in language proficiency test like IELTS.||A minimum of Canadian language benchmark (CLB) 5 for speaking and listening & CLB 4 for reading and writing in language proficiency test like IELTS.
|A minimum of Canadian language benchmark (CLB) level 7 in language proficiency test like IELTS if your NOC is 0 or A and
CLB 5 if your NOC is B.
|Education||Minimum secondary education||Not required||Not required|
|Work experience||An applicant must have one year of work experience within the last ten years either combination of full-time or part-time work||An applicant must have two year of work experience within the last five years either combination of full-time or part-time work||An applicant must have one year of work experience within the last three years either combination of full-time or part-time work|
Provincial Immigration programs:
There are many Canadian provinces like Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and more which have their provincial nominee program to nominate immigration candidates for Canadian permanent residence. In case the applicant doesn’t get enough or good CRS score, then PNPs offer the easiest way to Canada. Till date, there are 11 immigration programs under PNP so, according to eligibility criteria, you can choose your best fit.
|Province or territory||Program|
|Alberta||Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program|
|British Columbia||British Columbia Provincial Nomination program|
|Manitoba||Manitoba Provincial Nomination program|
|Ontario||Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program|
|Prince Edward Island||Prince Edward Island Nominee Program|
|Saskatchewan||Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program|
|Nova Scotia||Nova Scotia Provincial Nomination program|
|New Brunswick||New Brunswick Provincial Nomination program|
|Yukon||Yukon Nominee Program|
|Northwest Territories||Northwest Territories Nominee Program|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP)|
Family class sponsorship:
The Canadian government operates Canada family visa program to reunite families of its citizens and permanent citizens in Canada. Subcategories in the program are Spousal sponsorship, Parent and Grandparent Family Class Sponsorship, and Dependent Child Sponsorship. So, if an applicant has a sponsor who is either a Canadian citizen or permanent resident with at least 18 years of age can sponsor him/her to Canada.
In addition to this, international student programs, business visa program, and investor program are some of the well-established pathways for immigration to Canada. For complete information on any of the Canadian immigration program, contact experts of countrywide visas. Countrywide visas is one of the fastest growing Immigration consultancies with a large, devoted team of Immigration experts offers hassle-free and professional services to its clients for filing their applications for various immigration programs.
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