Canada is one the leading G-7 Nations and the second largest country in the world with a population of approximately 30 million people. Being a highly developed country supplemented with excellent working conditions, an outstanding education system, a very high standard of living and a health care system, Canada has been ranked one of the best countries in the world. As a matter of fact, the United Nations has ranked Canada the best place to live for five consecutive years. Their surveys are based on quality of life, educational opportunities, unemployment and crime rates, and life expectancy.
Each year, Canada welcomes more than 200,000 new immigrants. The diversified backgrounds and cultures are what make Canada unique. Applying for Canada immigration offers an exciting opportunity to live and work in Canada, one of the world's most dynamic and rewarding countries. For those already in Canada and looking to stay longer we can make your wish come true.
Federal Skilled Worker Class
One of the most popular routes for Immigration to Canada is the Federal Skilled Worker Class Visa, which seeks to attract immigrants with desirable business skills and work experience that will contribute to and further the economy.
This type of Work Visa for Canada works on a points-based system examining factors such as age, work experience, education and a migrant's ability to adapt easily. There is a list of occupations which are currently in short supply in Canada. If you fall under the list, you can very well apply for this Visa.
A successful application for a Skilled Worker Visa will give a candidate the status of a permanent resident in Canada with the same rights as Canadian citizens except the right to vote. It will also afford them complete freedom to work in the country as they see fit.
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Move to Canada
For those wishing to live and work in the country on a permanent basis, a range of options exist which confer immediate permanent residency status.
The Canada Immigration service allows permanent residents to apply for Canadian citizenship following satisfaction of the three-year residency obligation requirement.
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Canada student visa
Canadians place great importance on learning, and have developed a first-rate education system with high standards. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is well-regarded in business, government and academic circles around the globe. In most cases, students wishing to study in Canada will need to obtain a Canadian Student Visa, although in some circumstances such as those candidates studying for less than six months, a Canadian Study Visa will not be required.
A study permit for Canadian Immigration must be applied for as soon as our client receives the letter of acceptance from their educational institution. Study permits allow clients to work part time on campus and seek a renewal from within the country should they decide to continue studying.
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Holiday in Canada
The expanse of Canada's natural beauty, from mountains and glaciers to lakes and forests, is almost unparalleled worldwide. But Canada's allure is not just the great outdoors; Canada has cosmopolitan cities that are clean, safe, friendly and multicultural. In fact, Canada repeatedly is lauded as one of the world's most livable countries. Whether your interests are river rafting or live theater, Canada won’t disappoint you.
A Canadian Visitor Visa will allow you to visit Canada for up to 6 months. Canada is very attractive destination for people wishing to temporarily visit, welcoming over 35 million tourists, students, visitors etc. every year.
The Canada Visitor Visa is a popular choice for applicants wishing to visit Canada for a temporary period of up to 6 months.
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Canada Entrepreneur Visa
Clients who apply for a Canadian working visa under the Entrepreneur program will need to purchase or invest in a commercial venture, which will contribute to the economy and create jobs for permanent Canadian residents or citizens outside the applicant and their family.
Clients who wish to go the self-employed route must demonstrate the ability and intention to purchase or start a business which will provide employment for the applicant and will make a significant contribution to the economy or cultural life of the country. Farmers, artists, professional athletes and musicians fit into this category.
Those clients wishing to invest in the economy rather than establishing a business may pursue the Immigrant Investor Program.
In this case clients must make a minimum investment of $400,000 (CDN) to a government or province approved venture. They must also be able to demonstrate that they have successfully owned or operated a business, and have amassed a net worth of $800,000 (CDN) or more.
An application for a Canadian family Visa is also available in which existing permanent Canadian residents or citizens can sponsor their foreign national relatives for an agreed time (between 3 and 10 years) in certain provinces until they are able to establish themselves.
In the Canada Visa requirements for family immigrants clients are not subject to the points system and any Canadian permanent resident of 18 years or more, with sufficient qualifying income and depending on the province they live in, can sponsor a relative in this way.
Sponsoring relatives in this way is usually the quickest route to achieving permanent residency in Canada; it allows for Spouse Immigration and fiancé Immigration. It also permits parents' and dependent children under 18 years of age to enter the country.
Canadian Work Permit (Business Visa)
Aside from the various options for permanent Immigration to Canada, Canada also offers a number of routes to visit or work in the country on a temporary basis.
Canadian Work Permits are issued when clients have a specific job offer on a temporary basis from a sponsoring company. A Canadian Work Permit depends upon you working solely for the employer making the offer and will only be issued for a position which could not be filled by a Canadian citizen.