How to Immigrate to Canada in 2020?
The Federal Government of Canada has declared that within the next three years it will welcome more than one million newcomers. With over 70 immigration programs available, it can be difficult to choose the one that will give you the highest success rate. We break down the best methods to immigrate to Canada in this article, help you save time, and enabling you to begin the application process today!
The Canadian Government has made several improvements to its immigration policies to limit the spread of coronavirus. If you would like to know more, please contact us to discuss how we can assist you in your immigration process.
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#1 – Express Entry
Express Entry is an immigrant program system which is intended to help qualified immigrants migrate as permanent residents to Canada. The program assesses the candidate’s profile by age, education, skilled work experience and as well as language skills, and then chooses the best applicants to immigrate to Canada. You can also bring your family members to Canada through the Express Entry system if you are issued an invitation!
Express Entry system has the shortest processing times among all permanent residency programs in Canada, with 80 percent of applications assessed within four-month or less.
#2 – Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
Each of the 13 states and territories in Canada (except Quebec) has its own immigration program, known as the Provincial Nominee Program or PNP. With PNPs, provinces respond to their own economic needs and nominate several candidates for Canadian permanent resident status. PNPs also look for foreign workers with expertise in provincially-demanded occupations. The Saskatchewan, for instance, now has changed its PNP to appoint more computer programmers.
When you receive a provincial nomination, you will gain an additional 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points which effectively ensures that you will obtain a permanent resident status via Invitation to Apply (ITA), under the Express Entry program of IRCC.
If only one of them is suitable for you, that actually could be your ticket to Canada!
#3 – Become an International Student
This is due to the great universities in the country, inexpensive tuition, and constructive attitude toward immigrants. But! Canada also makes it much easier for foreign students to qualify for permanent residency after they have finished studying. Therefore, through studying in Canada, many potential immigrants chose to continue their immigration journey, and then become qualified for permanent resident status afterward!
#4 – The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIP)
In 2017, Canada introduced the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIP) to help attract more immigrants to the Atlantic region of Canada. The system allows Canadian employers to recruit foreign workers from outside Canada to the Atlantic region. When a foreign worker accepts a job offer from one of the program’s participating employers, they also get help in their immigration process and location in Canada.
To qualify for AIP, you must first obtain a job offer from one of the employers designated for the program.
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