Immigration Categories

Express Entry

Candidates Provide Information Regarding Their Work Experience, Language Proficiency, Education, And Other Personal Information And Will Awarded Points For That. Authorities Decide The Minimum CRS Score For Every Draw. If You Become Eligible For Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Or The Canadian Experience Class Program, An Invitation To Apply For Permanent Residency Will Be Sent.

Canadian Experience Class Program Is Considered Best For Transition In Regards To International Student From Work Permit To Permanent Residency. Work Experience Is Required For This Category.

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Work Permit

A Work Permit Allows You To Come And Work In Canada.  If You Are From A Foreign Country. You Usually Need A Work Permit To Work In Canada. For Work Permit, Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) From Employment And Social Development Canada; Or

Proof That An Employer Has Submitted An Offer Of Employment Through The Employer Portal And Paid The Employer Compliance Fee  Is Necessary.

Open work permit

Open Work Permits Is A Not Job-Specific Category And May Be Applied For By:

  • The Spouses Or Common-Law Partners Of Foreign Temporary Workers;
  • The Spouses Or Common-Law Partners Of Foreign Students;
  • International Students Who Have Graduated From A Canadian Post-Secondary Institution.

To Be Eligible For An Open Work Permit, Graduating International Students Must Meet The Requirements Under The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program.

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Provincial Nomination Program

This Program Is For Workers Who Have The Skills, Education And Work Experience To Contribute To The Economy Of A Specific Province Or Territory, Want To Live In That Province, And Want To Become Permanent Residents Of Canada

Each Province Has Its Own “Streams” (Immigration Programs That Target Certain Groups) And Requirements. You Can Apply To The Province Or Territory For Nomination Under A Express Entry Or Non-Express Entry Stream.

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Study permit

The Study Permit Is A Document We Issue That Allows Foreign Nationals To Study At Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) In Canada. Most Foreign Nationals Need A Study Permit To Study In Canada. You Can Study In Canada If You Are Enrolled At A Designated Learning Institution (DLI), Show Proof That You Have Enough Money To Pay For Your Expenses & Tuition, And Can Convince  Immigration Officer That You Will Leave Canada At The End Of Your Studies. Graduating International Students  Can Apply For Post-Graduation Work Permit, If The Educational Institute Is Authorized By Canadian Government.

Go to this Study Permit Page and fill out the form and send it us. Call us at 289-801-5048 or email [email protected]


Self Employed

The Federal Self Employed Stream Allows Eligible Self Employed Person To Immigrate To Canada, The Candidate Must Have 2 Years Of Work Experience In Noc Head 51 Or 52 In The Last 5 Years And Should Also Posses Ability To Make Significant Contribution To Canada’s Culture And Sports. The Candidate Should Also Be Able To Meet The Selection Criteria.

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Home Child Care Provider/Home Support Worker

This Pilot Program Is Recently Launched And Is A 5-Year Pilot Programs That Let Qualified Caregivers And Their Family Members Come To Canada With The Goal Of Becoming Permanent Residents.

If You’ve Been Offered A Job In Canada As A Caregiver Or Have Experience Working In Canada As A Caregiver, You May Be Able To Apply For Permanent Residence Through One Of These Pilots. If You Don’t Have Enough Work Experience But Do Meet The Other Criteria And Have A Job Offer, You Can Come On A Occupation Specific Work Permit And Thereafter Proceed With Pr After Getting The Work Experience.

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Agri-Food Immigration Pilot

The Agri-Food Immigration Pilot Will Test A New, Industry-Specific Approach To Help Address The Labour Needs Of The Canadian Agri-Food Sector, Particularly In Meat Processing And Mushroom Production. Details On How Individuals May Apply For Permanent Residence Through This Pilot Will Be Available In Early 2020.

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Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot

The Pilot Helps Smaller Rural And Northern Communities Attract And Retain Foreign Skilled Workers To Meet Their Economic Development And Labour Market Needs. Application Process Will Start In The Fall Of 2019.

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Family Class Sponsorship Program

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Spousal sponsorship 

This Category Is Specifically For Married Couples, Common-Law Partners And Conjugal Partners (Including Same-Sex Relationships) Where One Spouse Is Already A Permanent Resident Or Citizen Of Canada.

Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship 

Canadian Citizens Or Permanent Resident( For At Least 3 Years) Can Sponsor Their Parents Or Grandparents To Become Permanent Resident.( First Cum First Serve Basis, Applications Open In January)

Parent and Grandparent Super Visa 

Canadian Citizens Or Permanent Resident  Can Also Sponsor Their Parents And Grand-Parents To Visit Canada For Up To 2 Years At A Time With Super Visa.

Dependent Child Sponsorship and Other Sponsorship 

Canadian Citizens Or Permanent Residents May Sponsor Their Dependent Children For Permanent Residency Or Other Orphaned Family Members.


Getting your education assessed

If you don’t have a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary education credential or higher, you must get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from an approved organization.

An ECA is used to check that your completed foreign educational credential is valid and equal to a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary education credential or higher. This can be a degree, diploma, certificate or other proof of your education.

How to get an ECA

Choose a designated organization

You can get your assessment from any of these organizations:

Check the websites of the approved organizations or contact them directly to find out:

  • what documents you need
  • how much it will cost
  • how long an assessment will take

Apply for your assessment

Make sure you:

  • apply for an ECA for immigration purposes
  • gather all the documents the organization needs to assess your education
  • ask your school for multiple copies of your degrees, diplomas, transcripts, etc.
  • follow any instructions given to submit the documents, and
  • pay the fees

What your report means

Once you get your education assessed, the organization will give you an ECA report that will tell you if your foreign credentials are equal to a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary education credential or higher.

If your report shows that your completed foreign credential is equal to a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary education credential or higher, you can apply through the home child care provider or home support worker pilot.

What to include in your application

In your application, include:

  • an original ECA report, and
  • copies of your degrees, diplomas, transcripts or other proof of your completed foreign credential

Make sure to keep a copy of the report for your records and future use.

Your ECA report must:

  • be issued on or after the date the organization was approved by us
  • be less than 5 years old on the date that we get your application, and
  • show that your completed foreign credential is equal to a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary education credential or higher

We’ll check any ECA report submitted with an application with the organization that produced the report.

Source: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/immigration-citizenship.html