Canada will welcome 500,000 new immigrants by 2025.
Canada’s immigration system is one of the world’s most open and dynamic ones. There are more than 100 different Canadian immigration pathways for skilled workers, business people, and families. This page covers the main immigration pathways Canadapt Consulting is currently providing to potential applicants.
High-quality education, free universal healthcare and overall high quality of life are the reasons why Canada is a desirable destination for immigration. Although there are more than 100 different pathways to immigrate to Canada, everyone’s immigration pathway is unique.
Why Does Canada Need Immigrants?
There are three immigration classes that Canada welcomes immigrants: 1) the Economic Class, 2) the Family Class, and 3) The Refugee and Humanitarian class.
The Economic Class welcomes skilled workers to sustain Canada’s high living standards to support its labour force and economic growth. Skilled workers immigrate with strong language skills, work experience, education, and a desire an achievement. There is a permanent resident visa for professionals and workers and the most well-known option is through Express Entry, which is Canada’s main pathway for the Economic class skilled workers.
The Family Class welcomes the loved ones of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Canada allows close family members to immigrate and provide the emotional support their family members need.
The Refugees and Humanitarian class is Canada’s moral obligation to provide safety to those fleeing persecution and other hardships.
Canadapt Consulting’s team of immigration law consultants is committed to providing professional services to potential applicants who are aiming to live, work, study or start a business in Canada.
Our clients are presented with the most suitable packages, picked from Canadian immigration programs and streams, based on their skills, goals, and as well as current circumstances. Having more than 100 Canadian immigration programs, our company constantly updates its immigration pathways according to regulations provided by the Canadian federal government as well as provincial governments.
You can start your online assessment by contacting a licensed immigration consultant (RCIC) now to discuss in details your Canadian immigration pathway.