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7 Things That Happen To Your Body If You Sleep on Your Left Side

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Sleep is a vital need in our lives. It is well said that “Your future depends on your dreams, so go to sleep”. Sleep is important for our physical as well as mental health. Sleep is involved in repairing our heart and blood vessels. Sleep deficiency leads to a risk of hypertension, kidney disease, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases.
When we do yoga or similar form of exercise we pay attention to our posture as it may lead to injuries. We should similar attention to our slumber. Some folks lay relatively still all night, and others toss and turn. It’s all okay as long as you aren’t waking up sore.

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How do I apply to immigrate to Canada?

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) sets immigration policy and makes decisions about who can enter Canada.

If you want to immigrate to Canada, you must apply and your application must go through IRCC. The application form you must use depends on the immigration category you choose.

Please note: As of July 31, 2018, persons applying for a visitor visa, study or work permit (except for U.S. citizens) or permanent residence will be required to provide fingerprints and a photograph. To facilitate repeat travel to Canada, these visa or permit applicants will only be required to provide their biometric data once every 10 years.

Visa-exempt foreign nationals coming to Canada as tourists only require an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA).

Immigration Categories
You can apply for permanent residence in the following categories:

Skilled Workers and Professionals
Family class immigrants (sponsorship)
Investors, entrepreneurs, and self-employed workers
Refugees
Canadian Experience Class
Provincial Nominee Program
Temporary residence
You can apply for temporary residence in the following categories:

International Students
Temporary Foreign Workers
Visitors
Eligibility
Applications are always evaluated according to specific needs and regulations in force.

You may be required to meet certain health and safety requirements. For example, you may be required to undergo a medical examination or produce any records of arrest or conviction.

IRCC may also want to meet with you for an interview or obtain other documents.

How to Apply
Most immigration applications are made from outside Canada, but in some circumstances, some are made from within Canada.
Please visit the IRCC website for more information on immigration applications, including where to send your application.
Normally, you must pay a fee for each application. If your application is refused, you will not receive a refund. Information and other assistance provided by IRCC offices is free of charge.
If you are in Canada, you can call the IRCC call center for more information about your situation: 1-888-242-2100. You can also get help from a settlement agency. To find a settlement agency in your area, please consult Services near you.

8 things immigrants should know about working in canada3 weeks ago

Immigrating to a new country is a big undertaking, even in a culture that welcomes immigrants like Canada does. You’re uprooting your entire life and building a new home in a place that has different customs and possibly even a different language than what you’re used to. The more support you have during this transition, the easier and smoother the process will be. Here are some things that all people who are considering immigrating to Canada or have recently arrived should know.

1. one-fifth of Canada’s population is foreign-born

First off, it’s important to know you’re not alone as a new immigrant in Canada! Canada is a country of immigrants. 21.9% of people who live and work in Canada were not born in the country, and 22.3% of the population identifies as a visible minority. Those numbers are even higher in urban centres. Overall, Canada is a very open culture that welcomes new immigrants and celebrates multiculturalism. Canada’s major cities are especially multicultural and attract a very high number of immigrants. Over 50% of the residents of Toronto and Vancouver, for instance, identify as visible minorities. Toronto has been called ‘the most multicultural city in the world’ and over 200 unique cultural groups reside in the city.

2. you don’t need a job to immigrate to Canada

You don’t necessarily need to have a job lined up to come to Canada, but it does make it a lot easier. Canada’s Express Entry immigration system is points-based, and having a job offer waiting for you will award you a good amount of points. The more points you’re awarded, the more likely you’ll be invited to immigrate to Canada. You get points for your age, education, work experience and knowledge of English or French, among other things. 57% of all Canadian immigrants gain entry as skilled workers or business-class immigrants under this points system. The vast majority of remaining immigrants arrive in Canada as refugees or join family already living in Canada. Altogether Canada welcomes more immigrants per capita (tied with Australia) than any other developed country, for a total of about 300,000 per year.

3. you can fast track immigration if you’re a skilled worker

Express Entry is Canada’s immigration program for skilled workers. The program aims to process new immigrants in 6 months or less. Before you fill out an Express Entry profile, determine if you’d eligible under one of the federal programs for skilled workers. If you qualify, go ahead and complete your profile and pay the relevant fees. This is the first step to immigrating to Canada! Keep in mind that to complete your Express Entry, you’ll also need to be prepared to take a language test, and have your education credentials and experience assessed. After you’ve completed these steps, your profile will be evaluated and you’ll be placed into the Express Entry pool of candidates. Being in the pool doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be invited to become a permanent resident. The higher your Express Entry score, the better your chances of gaining an invite. This is the point at which it’s recommended that you start looking for jobs through Job Bank, Canada’s official job matching platform.

4. the process to become a Canadian citizen

The first stage towards Canadian citizenship for most new immigrants is obtaining permanent residency. Permanent residents are entitled to many of the same social benefits as Canadians including provincial healthcare coverage and protection under Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. If you’ve been admitted into Canada under the Express Entry skilled workers’ program, you’re granted permanent residency automatically. Refugees, students, and other temporary or foreign workers who have not entered the country as skilled workers under the Express Entry program must apply for permanent residency before they can progress to citizenship.

You can be a permanent resident for your entire stay in Canada, if you choose, however many immigrants opt for the more permanent step of becoming a full-fledged Canadian citizen. To become a Canadian citizen you must have lived in Canada for at least 1,095 days of the past 5 years and pass a language and citizenship test. Canadian citizens gain additional rights that permanent residents don’t have, such as the right to vote and run for office, travel on a Canadian passport, hold government jobs that require citizenship, and a guarantee they will not lose their status in Canada.

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5. the Canadian government has lots of resources for new immigrants

The Canadian government website is an excellent resource for foreign nationals who are hoping to immigrate to Canada, as well as new immigrants who are looking to get settled or find work in Canada. You’ll find extensive information about Express Entry and other immigration programs, how to attain permanent residency or Canadian citizenship, links to organizations that can provide support, and anything else you could possibly want to know about immigrating to Canada and settling in once you’ve arrived. The Canadian government’s Department of Employment and Social Services also operates Job Bank, a government job board, to help new and established Canadians alike find work.

6. create a Canadian-style resume

If you’re planning to look for work in Canada, it’s important to update your resume so it matches the regional style. This will help you have the best chance of finding a great job. Canadian style resumes (sometimes called CVs in Quebec) tend to be in reverse chronological order, meaning your newest experience appears first. The main sections you should include (in order) are your name and contact information, a professional summary, your work history, and education and professional training. You can also include a skills section however, this is not a requirement on most resumes. Need more tips on creating a resume for the Canadian job market? Try these resources:

  • resume tips for new immigrants
  • the secrets to a great resume
  • how to pass the resume skim test
  • what to include on (and leave off) your resume

7. prepare to answer common interview questions

If you’re new to the Canadian job market, you might not be familiar with some of the job interview expectations or common questions that Canadian job seekers are asked. To ensure you’re able to pass Canadian job interviews with flying colors, brush up on your interview skills in either English or French and try answering practice questions to get familiar with the job interview process. Need help with interview preparation? Here are some job interview resources:

  • how to answer 17 common interview questions
  • how to answer ‘tell me about yourself’ in a job interview
  • how to dress for a job interview

8. know what salary to ask for

It’s important to know your salary expectations when you’re new to Canada. Do research ahead of time about the pay rate for someone in your job, with your level of experience. If you arrive in Canada as a skilled worker, your work experience and education will be assessed to determine the Canadian equivalent. Use that information as a basis for what you should be paid. If you’re working in an industry that is wage-based always be aware of the minimum wage requirements in your province and ensure you’re being paid fairly. The minimum wage in Canada ranges from $11 to $14, depending on where you live. If you’re unsure what salary to ask for, Randstad has some resources to help, including our salary guides and salary calculator. If you’re still in doubt, connect with a Randstad recruiter who will be happy to help you determine what your skills and experience are worth on the Canadian job market.

Are you a new immigrant to Canada who’s looking for work? We’d love to help you find a job in your new home! Connect with one of our local branches to schedule a meeting with a recruiter about finding a job opportunity that’s a good fit for you, or browse our available jobs.

3 Easy Ways to Immigrate to Canada in 2020

Are you interested in immigrating to Canada but aren’t sure where to start? We don’t blame you. With over 70 different immigration programs and visas to choose from, each with its own set of requirements, make the application process quite overwhelming and a stressful task to undertake on your own.

But with a professional at your side, who has personal experience and expertise in Canadian immigration, it doesn’t have to be.

We’ve taken a look at all immigration options and have determined which are the 3 easiest ways to immigrate to Canada in 2020.

Immigrate to Canada in 2020. The Easy Way

 

 

There are many ways to immigrate to Canada, for example, Express Entry is well known as being one of the most simple and efficient ways to move to Canada, processing visa applications in a record time of 6 to 8 months! However, what most people don’t realise is that the success of your application depends on various factors such as your age, education and skillset and the reality is that although it is one of the most successful immigration options it is not necessarily the right option or easiest way to get permanent residency in Canada for everyone.

 

If you don’t qualify for Express Entry the next option is the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), however, this can be a lengthy process. You would need to apply directly to the province or territory of your choice, which could take up to 18 months to process unless you apply to an Express Entry-linked PNP program.

Let’s take a look at some of the easiest ways to immigrate to Canada in 2020 based on requirements, application process and processing times.

1. Temporary Work Visa

 

The temporary work visa is an easy way to immigrate to Canada for 2 reasons. The processing time can take a little as 2 weeks and you don’t need a specific Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score to qualify. At the moment, you may not need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). An LMIA requires employers to post a job ad for at least 3 months before international applicants can apply for the same position. The great part is that if your work permit expires you can simply renew it 30 days before it expires, which takes about 77 days if you apply online.

Once you have enough work experience you could then apply for permanent residency. This could be anywhere from 6 months, for example through the Saskatchewan Long Haul Truck Driver Program or 1 – 2 years through programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trade Program or the Canada Experience Class, if you receive a permanent job offer.

Requirements

Anyone can apply for a temporary work permit as long as they meet the basic requirements to enter Canada, have sufficient money to support yourself and your dependents, are in good health and do not have a criminal record and can prove that you intend to leave once your permit expires. There are 2 options: an open work permit and an employer-specific work permit.

You will also need:

  • Job offer (if applying for an employer-specific permit)
  • LMIA(unless exempt)
  • Apply online from outside Canada
  • Submit a complete application
  • Include a medical exam (if needed)
  • Include police certificates (if needed)
  • Include certified translations of documents that aren’t in English or French
  • Pay the processing fees
  • Submit your biometrics results within two weeks of submitting your application (if needed)

There are currently some jobs that don’t require an LMIA to immigrate to Canada, due to the fact that they are in high demand, and are not currently affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. This includes jobs such as butchers, truck drivers, farm and fish and seafood workers.

Processing Times

The average processing times depend on where you are applying for. It currently ranges anywhere from 5 to 39 weeks, but the average processing time for most countries is 10 weeks (2½ months), which is a lot quicker than the Express Entry system.

2. Temporary Work Visa – Global Skills Strategy

 

The Global Skills Strategy is another fantastic way to immigrate to Canada easily. It has the quickest processing time of 2 weeks and you don’t need to have a specific CRS score to qualify. To qualify for you will need to qualify for a unique or specialized job position in a managerial (skill type 0) or professional (skill level A). Below is a list of qualifying occupations:

Requirements

To apply for a temporary work visa through the Global Skills strategy 2-week processing you will need a job offer in Canada under one of the above-mentioned occupations and the following:

  • LMIA(unless exempt)
  • Apply online from outside Canada
  • Submit a complete application
  • Include a medical exam (if needed)
  • Include police certificates (if needed)
  • Include certified translations of documents that aren’t in English or French
  • Pay the processing fees
  • Submit your biometrics results within two weeks of submitting your application (if needed)

Processing Times

As mentioned earlier, processing takes 2 weeks, but that’s not the best part. If you qualify for 2 weeks processing, so does your spouse, common-law partner and dependent children!

 

3. Student Visa – Post Graduate Work Program

 

Although studying in Canada is not a way to immigrate to Canada it is an easy way to not only qualify for a program that offers the chance to stay on and get valuable work experience once you’ve graduated and eventually qualify to apply for permanent residency once you have enough work experience.

 

If you plan to study in Canada for six months or less you won’t need a visa but there are 3 reasons that you should apply for a study permit even though you don’t need one.

1. You will be able to continue studying if you decide to apply for a longer program if you have a student visa.

2. You will be able to work part-time while you’re studying if you have a study permit. Otherwise, you will need to apply for a work permit if don’t and want to work while you study.

3. You can stay and work for longer once you graduate – The Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) will allow you to stay and work in Canada for the same length as your study program, for 8 months to 3 years.

Processing is relatively shorter than immigration programs and can take as little as 3 weeks to process depending on where you apply from.

Requirements – Student Visa

  • Proof of identity (passport)
  • Proof of acceptance that you are enrolled at a designated learning institution (DLI)
  • Proof you have enough money to pay for your – tuition fees/living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada and/return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada)
  • Police certificate to prove that you don’t have a criminal record
  • Medical exam to prove you are in good health
  • Letter of explanation or motivation
  • Biometrics Language test results (IELTS OR TEF)
  • Proof that you will leave Canada when your study permit expires

Processing Times – Student Permit

Processing times for your student visa can take anywhere from 3 to 17 weeks, depending on where you apply from. However, if you’re from any of the following countries you could be eligible to apply through the Student Direct Streamwhich processes visas in as little as 20 calendar days.

  • China
  • India
  • Morocco
  • Pakistan
  • Philippines
  • Senegal
  • Vietnam

Requirements – PGWP

  • Valid study permit
  • Proof of identity (passport)
  • Proof of employment in Canada
  • Proof of relationship (marriage certificate or birth certificate of if family members are accompanying you)
  • Other documents should they be requested An interview may also be requested

Processing Times – PGWP

If you’re applying inside Canada it could take up to 77 days. If you have already returned home and are applying from outside of Canada your processing time could range anywhere from 5 to 39 weeks, but the average processing time for most countries is 10 weeks (2½ months).

Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Other easy ways to immigrate to Canada include the Atlantic Immigration Pilot and the Home Care Provider Pilots. You’ll find more information on the Top 3 Canadian Immigration Programs for 2020 here.

How We Can Help You Take the First Step to Canada

 

Applying for a visa can be time-consuming and difficult to wrap your head around. With strict deadlines, procedures and requirements, it can be easy to make a mistake that could cost you your chance to immigrate to Canada. But with the guidance and assistance of one of our knowledgeable Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC’s). the process will be stress-free.

When you choose to use our expert and government trusted service you will get:

  • An in-depth eligibility assessment
  • Guidance on which of 100+ immigration programs and visas to choose from;
  • An immigration plan tailored to your individual needs;
  • A review and submission of all application forms and documentation; as well as
  • Support through every step of the application process.

All you have to do is fill out our application form to receive your eligibility assessment and let us take care of the rest. It’s just that simple! Your Canadian journey starts here.

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Immigration to Canada — How to make it happen

Are you interested in immigration to Canada, but not sure how to do it? Whether you want to make Canada your temporary or permanent home, it is important to get access to the most up-to-date information.

This section will help you answer the question: How do I immigrate to Canada?

Our immigration to Canada section has three main categories of programs for you to consider:

  • Permanent ResidenceLong-term immigration programs, including economic programs (inclusive of Express Entry) and family sponsorship.
  • Work PermitsPrograms which allow you to work in Canada for a limited period.
  • Study PermitsPermission to study at approved institutions, with the possibility to work during and after your studies and options to transition to permanent residence.

From the options below, click on the most applicable situation to find out which option(s) for moving to Canada may be available to you and your family, if applicable. If more than one of the situations listed above applies to you, we encourage you to begin your research with whichever situation is listed first. However, make sure to review the other potential option(s) as well.

If none of the situations listed apply to you, don’t lose heart – you may still be eligible for immigration to Canada. Check through the range of options outlined below to find out which pathway may be right for you, and use the government of Canada’s Come to Canada Wizard to check your eligibility.

Select an option:

Easiest Way to Get Canada Permanent Residency (PR) in 20203 weeks ago

The easiest way to get Canada is highly dependent on the eligibility requirements met by the applicant. Moreover, it also depends on the priorities and goals you have set for yourself. There are different ways to get quick and easy way to get PR and immigrate to Canada. Read below to know ways to get Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) easily.

Owing to the sparse population in Canada, several immigration channels have opened up by the government. They help assist foreign nationals with hassle-free immigration to Canada. The government provides the easiest ways to immigrate to Canada. Now, there are many different opportunities available for skilled professionals, students, business investors, entrepreneurs, etc.
In recent times, immigration laws have eased down which leads to good immigration solutions for aspiring migrants.

EASIEST Way to Get Canada PR

The following are the easiest way to get PR and immigrate to Canada.

  • Express Entry Program (For Professionals and Trade Workers)
  • Provincial Nomination Programme (Who could not meed Express Entry Requirements)
  • Business Investor Program (Starting from a minimum investment of CAD$150,000)
  • Work Permit (With an LMIA from a Canadian Employer)
  • Study Visa (For under Graduate or Graduates)
  • Visitor Visa (Change to LMIA after reaching to Canada)

However, to settle abroad, it is a must for a candidate to have a pre-hand investment option and an optimized plan for the migration process. For smoother immigration proceedings, it is always advisable to seek professional assistance from a renowned and authorized immigration consultancy service.

Through this article, let us look at the easiest way to get Canadian permanent residency and some of the widely popular choices of Canada immigration. Choose the easiest way to immigrate to Canada from options below:

1] Express Entry Program

Ever since the Express Entry System has been introduced in 2015, it has become an immensely popular immigration stream. Thanks to its easy migration processes. It is also the fastest way for skilled workers to migrate to Canada under six months only. Hence, it is considered as the easiest way to get Permanent Residency (PR) of Canada.

Immigration under this category is undertaken through the point-based evaluation process is done by using a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tool. This tool helps calculate the score of the candidate based on the key factors like age, language competency, work experience, and education, etc. The eligible score is decided by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada). The applicants who meet the desired score are considered suitable enough to immigrate and obtain Canada PR Visa. Accordingly, they are issued the ITA (Invitation to Apply). Express entry program is popularly known as the easiest way to immigrate to Canada. Recently, the Express Entry Draw score was announced on 2ns September, 2020, the score was 475. Once the candidate obtains the score, they can easily start with the Canada PR visa process.

There are three sub-categories for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry program,

👉 Federal Skilled Workers Program(FSWP)

👉 Federal Skilled Trades Program(FSTP)

👉 Canadian Experience Class(CEC)

Under, the Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSWP), candidates who secure a minimum point score of 67 out of 100 on their assessment grid are considered a fit to migrate. For the Federal Skilled Trades program, it is mandatory to show a valid job offer from a Canadian employer. It should be for full-time employment for a minimum of one year. Along with this, the certificate of qualification in a trader’s occupations is mandatory too. Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration model for applicants who have worked in Canada for at least one year. This model focuses on talented and skilled workers who are efficiently working in Canada and desire to make skilled candidates in the country.

Recently, the channels of immigration to Canada have further smoothened through the Canada Multi-Year Immigration program. It states that Canada will have 30, 50,000 new Permanent Residents (PR) in its domain through the Express Entry model by the end of the year 2021.

2] Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

The provincial nominee program is for those who were unable to meet the requirements of express entry. Canada PNP is the easiest way to immigrate here. Canada grants the right to its provinces to invite skilled people and nominate them for immigrating to the country based on the occupation in-demand and labor market requirement in that province. Mainly, there are two ways of attaining provincial nomination. Either, the candidate can use the Canada Express Entry linked models, or they can directly apply to the province for selection. The different province has different eligibility model. After getting selected, the candidate is eligible for 600 bonus points of provincial nomination in the Express Entry immigration model.

The popular channels of immigration through the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) are –

👉 Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP)

👉 Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP)

👉 Nova Scotia PNP

👉 New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

👉 Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program(AINP)

👉 British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)

👉 Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program(MPNP)

👉 Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program(PEIPN)

3] Business Investor Program

If you have money, then through this pathway, it is very easy to get PR in Canada. This category is suitable for both Business owners and Business managers in foreign countries looking to set up a business in Canada. For this, you can either apply through Start-up visa or provincial business immigration programs.

FOR EASIEST way to get Canada permanent residency (PR) there are some Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)s also offer investor categories like-

👉 Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) – Business category – Corporate Stream

👉 Manitoba Business Investor Stream.

You can attain a Start-Up Visa, aimed at helping you open a business in Canada with a minimum capital venture of 2, 00,000 $CAD for the investment coming from a designated Canadian Capital Fund.

4] Work Permit with a Job Offer

If you are skilled and have received a job letter from a Canadian employer, then you can choose this category as a valid option for migration. The Canadian government is keen on making the employer hire the locals of the region. Thus, the onus of proving that you are required for the job position falls on the employer and you both. The employer should submit an application of the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to the Employment in Social Development of Canada (ESDC) to support your case. Further, you should also prove that you will help the Canadian economy productively by providing proof of your education and work experience.

The downside of the work permit is that it is allotted for employment in one profile and work under one employer, and in case the candidate wishes to change the employer or position of work, then the application needs to be approved by the authorities.

5] Study Visa

Canada has a high-quality teaching system with an extensive curriculum and practical orientation for every discipline. Hence, it is the preferred choice of migration to the country. For a Study visa in Canada, the applicant should be accepted by a University for studies, and the process involves the submission of Statement of Purpose of your education, Letter of recommendation, and essays about your interest in the course along with your certificates and degrees.

After acceptance in the university based on your credentials, the process of applying for a student permit starts for which the candidate can apply only on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website and attach the university ‘s acceptance letter for records along with all the other visa requirements.

6] Visitor Visa

Although it is not a permanent way to migrate, it is one of the easiest ways for a short period. The Canada visitor visa is of two types – Single Entry and Multiple Entry Visa and is allotted for a maximum period of six months. There are not many eligibility requirements for this category just that the candidate should be in good health, should have a valid passport and enough financial resources to pay for his and his family’s expenses. The candidate can also apply online for a Visitor’s Visa.

Now that we know what is the easiest way to get permanent residency in Canada, you can take the help of a good immigration agent to help make the right choice. Migration is a legal process, and those who want to reject the hassle of rejection of the application should always settle for the best way along with the easiest.

Immigration to Canada 2020

Assess your eligibility to immigrate to Canada through general immigration Express entry and Province skilled workers programs.

this assessment to determine if you and your family members are eligible for immigration to Canada! It is free and fast!

 

The purpose of the free assessment is to determine whether you are qualified to apply for permanent residence in Canada under the Family Sponsorship, Skilled Worker, Entrepreneur, Investor, or Self-Employed categories. There is no charge for this service.

 

SKILLED WORKER

While Canada’s economic success is good for business, it is also creating challenges for employers who are struggling to find enough workers to meet demand. With its record low unemployment rate, Canada, today more than ever, must rely on foreign talent to continue to grow a strong national workforce.
The purpose of the Work section, is to guide you and provide the most up-to-date information with regard to working in Canada for your particular situation.
In most cases, to work in Canada, a foreign worker requires a work permit. However, there are a number of circumstances where a foreign worker may work in Canada without a work permit.

TRADE WORKER

The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) is for people who want to become permanent residents of Canada based on being qualified in a skilled trade.

BUSINESS CANDIDATE

If you are a business person or manager looking to immigrate to Canada, the Canadian federal and provincial governments offer a number of options that may allow you to fast-track the Canadian immigration process.

FAMILY SPONSORSHIP

The Canadian government offers a number of ways to allow this dream to become a reality under its Family Class Sponsorship class. Canada’s Family Class Sponsorship programs are some of the most generous family reunification programs in the developed world. After all, the Canadian government is committed to keeping families together whenever possible.
There are a number of relationships that qualify for Family Class Sponsorship, including spouses and common-law partners, parents and grandparents, and dependent children. For parents and grandparents, there is also the Super Visa program.
To get started on exploring your Family Class Sponsorship options, we invite you to start a free Canadian Immigration assessment.

CANADA STUDY

The number of international students studying in Canada is over 450,000, a figure that is constantly growing. Many of these students are choosing Canada over other developed countries because of certain advantages that studying in Canada can bring.
Individuals who study in Canada receive a top-quality and internationally-respected education, preparing them for professional pursuits in Canada or abroad.

Yet, the cost of tuition and living fees in Canada are generally lower than in other developed countries.

 

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