Overview Of Canada Immigration
Canada needs to sustain its economic growth by replacing the aging demography & addressing the declining population growth with young & talented individuals.
In the upcoming years, Canada is ready to cater to a bigger pool of potential immigrants who can bring a variety of skills that contribute to the growth of the country’s economy & society.
Having mentioned that, any foreign national may now be eligible to apply as immigrants, visitors, workers [work permit], or students [education] in Canada.
Canada Immigration Programs
Towards the early 2000s, the federal government and every province and territory have taken major strides in welcoming more immigrants by introducing dozens of additional economic class pathways. Here are those popular pathways to immigrate to Canada:
These economic class pathways account for nearly 60% of all new immigrants welcomed by Canada each year.
Express Entry is the main way Immigration, Refugees, and Canada (IRCC) manages economic class immigration applications -under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Canada Experience Class, and Federal Skills Trades Program
The provincial programs have been effective in attracting many skilled workers, international graduates, business immigrants to go to Canada’s smaller provinces and territories – majorly outside the areas of Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec.
Canada has 80+ economic pathways to cater to a large pool of:
- Foreign skilled workers working in IT, Engineering, Finance, Medical, or Management fields;
- Self-employed foreign nationals with relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics;
- Workers with skills in Construction, Building, Transportation, Food industry;
- Entrepreneurs/investors, and
- International graduates.
In addition to economic programs, family sponsorship programs make it easier for the spouse, common-law partner, parents & grandparents, dependent child(ren) of the primary applicant to immigrate to Canada.
Minimum Eligibility Criteria To Attain Permanent Residence In Canada
|Age Factor||Language Proficiency||Work Experience||Education Credential Assessment|
|At least 18 years old to apply for Canada PR.
Candidates in the age group of 18-35 are most preferred.
|Candidates must prove their proficiency in English or French.
Minimum CLB 4 for Business immigrants & Minimum CLB 7 for Skilled Workers.
|At least 1 year of work experience.
Mandatory managing experience is required for business candidates.
|At least graduate-level.
Business candidates with less than post-secondary education are eligible.
Canada Immigration System considers a combination of the above human capital factors, economic & social factors (financial stability, provincial ties, etc.) to determine your success at obtaining a permanent residence.
Hence, it is strongly recommended to consider this quick assessment online to determine your eligibility on a case-basis.
How Can BiMars Consultancy Help You in Canada Immigration?
BiMars Consultancy is duly registered with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). It would mean that candidates who avail the services of Canada immigration consultants worldwide are protected under fraud prevention.
Having said that, BiMars has been formidable in offering immigration, legal & overseas education consultancy with over 2500+ success stories.
We offer extensive support – for PR Visa, Work Visa, Business Visa, Super Visa, Study Visa, Visitor Visa – including:
- Assistance in filing applications
- Assistance with VISA procedures
- Assistance in documentation submission for VISA submission
- Pre-departure & settlement services
- Regular updates on job vacancies
- Free webinars, daily news & blogs on the latest events concerning Canadian immigration
Book your free session today with Canadian immigration experts at BiMars Consultancy!