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Why Canada Immigration?

Canada is country of opportunities for employment and personal growth for those looking for a better quality of life and money.

Reasons why it is great considering migrating to Canada:

1. Canada immigration rules are not as hard when compared to other countries, hence is much easier to qualify.

2. Canada offers a dynamic range of immigration and visa programs for the employed, self-employed and businessmen categories and for those not qualified under the Immigration programs, the country still offers non-immigrant options such as work permit and student programs and majority of these programs offer permanent resident visa and Immigration.

3. The most supporting social security benefits program for immigrants and their families. Canada’s educational and health facilities are among the best in the world and are highly subsidized.

4. Jobs in Canada are also high as the country provides numerous countless job opportunities for qualified and skilled migrants.

5. No restriction to place of job service as it permits the residents to live and work anywhere in Canada. This country gives right to religion, culture, language choice and the freedom of communication.

Express Entry system is the first step to immigrate to Canada and CAD Immigration will help you at every step. An immigrant who is accepted into the Express Entry will get an Invitation to Apply for permanent residence and if you are invited to apply, you will have 60 days to submit a complete Application for Permanent Residence.

Latest posts

New Update : 29th October 2021- Canada provides new details on vaccine requirements and exemptions for travelers

Posted by in CIC News, on October 29, 2021

All passengers and staff using federally regulated modes of transportation are required to be vaccinated for boarding, with some exceptions for foreign nationals. Starting tomorrow, Canada will require travelers departing from Canadian airports and travelling on VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains to be fully vaccinated. The measure, which takes effect Oct. 30 at 3 […]

Municipal Nominee Program: IRCC memo reveals stakeholder consultation findings

Posted by in CIC News, on October 25, 2021

Nearly 80 per cent of respondents said labor shortages should be the main determinant of selecting which municipalities can participate in the MNP. A recent internal memo by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reveals highlights from its 2020 stakeholder consultations on the Municipal Nominee Program (MNP). The Liberal Party of Canada initially promised to […]

Breaking News !!!!!!!!Canada has introduced NOC 2021. What will it mean for immigrants in 2022?

Posted by in CIC News, on October 22, 2021

The new way Canada classifies occupations will affect some economic class and temporary foreign worker applicants. Canada’s immigration system will overhaul the way it classifies occupations in fall 2022. The changes will affect some economic class and foreign worker applicants, although the federal government has yet to communicate which sorts of applicants will be affected. […]

Posted by in CIC News, on October 13, 2021

October 13, 2021– Rounds of invitations Ministerial Instructions respecting invitations to apply for permanent residence under the Express Entry system #207– October 13, 2021 Provincial Nominee Program Number of invitations issued: 681 Rank required to be invited to apply: 681st or above Date and time of round: October 13, 2021 at 13:13:38 UTC CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 720 […]

9th September 2021- Canada had 815,800 job vacancies in June

Posted by in CIC News, on September 9, 2021

Statistics Canada’s latest job vacancy report suggests job openings were driven by the accommodation and food services sector. This past June, there was a spike in job openings in accommodation and food services in Canada. As restaurants started reopening in June, there were 129,100 vacant positions in accommodation and food services jobs, according to statistics […]