1. How can I immigrate to Canada?
Some of the best options for immigrating to Canada are:
- Express entry
- Provincial Nomination Program (PNP)
- Family Class Sponsorship
- Business Immigration (including the Startup Visa Program)
- Temporary residency to be transitioned into permanent residency.
2. How can I apply for Canada Express Entry?
Express entry requires an online profile for candidates who may be eligible under one of the economic immigration streams. A valid language test and an assessment of education credentials (ECA) are among the requirements. Skilled workers are chosen based on the availability of their skills to contribute to the fast-growing Canadian economy. Additionally, various provinces and territories may also choose candidates from the express entry pool through the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) to meet the needs of the local labour market. Candidates within the Express Entry are ranked against one another based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
3. What is Canada Express Entry?
Express Entry is a system created by the Canadian government to process applications for most federal economic immigration programs. These programs are highly competitive. Therefore, candidates are ranked according to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
4. What is Canadian Experience Class?
This is one of the three economic immigration programs. It is for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and want to become permanent residents.
5. How Can I Get Temporary Resident Visa in Canada?
A Temporary Resident Visa is issued when one has met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident as a visitor, student, or worker. A holder of a temporary resident visa will eventually be eligible to apply for permanent residency if they have work experience in Canada in an approved field (such as healthcare, or essential, non-healthcare workers), or if they have recently graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution.
6. How Can I find Work in Canada?
Some resources are to help with job hunting:
- The Canadian Government’s Job Bank, which offers information regarding how to find a job, choosing a career, and exploring the market.
- Pre-arrival services can help you connect with employers to find a job and connect with free services after arriving in Canada. Note that temporary residents visiting, studying, or working in Canada on a visa do not qualify for pre-arrival services.
- Service Canada can help with finding job opportunities in the federal government and with employers.
- Your province’s website for newcomers
Other tips for looking for jobs:
- Check the websites for jobs posted in companies you may be interested in or contact the employers directly to inquire about job openings
- Use an employment agency
- Keep an eye out on Job Bank and adverts in the newspapers
- Meet employers at job fairs
- Ask any family or friends
7. How to Settle in Canada?
The first thing to do will be to find a comfortable home. Once you first arrive you most probably will stay in a short-term lodging and then look for houses. Then apply for your social insurance number and health insurance, open a bank account if you had not before, find the best travel routes or transportation method, and socialise.
8. Do I need a job offer to apply for Canada Immigration?
A job offer must be supported by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). The employer has to apply for one from Employment and Social Development Canada/Service Canada. It is not mandatory to have one in some cases but having a valid job offer gives you more points on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). In some cases, your employer does not need an LMIA to support your job offer. Find out more about exempt jobs. Generally, a valid offer is for a job, which is full-time and non-seasonal, for at least one year, or in a skilled job listed as Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A or B in the 2016 National Occupational Classification.