Immigrate to Canada
Why should you move to Canada?
Canada’s immigration rules are not as rigorous as other countries. The government offers the most supportive social security programs for immigrants and their families. Education and health facilities in Canada are among the best in the world and are heavily subsidised. Medical care is usually free of charge at the time of use and is financed by state taxes. Each province receives a healthy budget for on-site administration and issues health cards to all residents who qualify for access to health care.
Canada offers various immigration and visa programs for the categories of workers, self-employed, and employers. In addition, for those who do not qualify for immigration programs, the country offers non-immigrant options such as work permits and student programs.
Benefits of Immigrating to Canada
Robust healthcare system
Ability to sponsor your spouse & children
Low crime rate
Great social programs
Excellent education system
An abundance of natural resources
Visa-free travel for almost all major countries
How can you migrate to Canada?
If you are looking to apply for a Canadian permanent residency, the first step is to assess which programs give you the best chance of success.
- Canadian Experience Class – This program allows those with work experience in Canada to become permanent residents.
- Family Sponsorship – For citizens and permanent residents over the age of 18 to sponsor their relatives to Canada.
- Live-in Caregiver Program – For qualified individuals who can come to Canada to care for children, elderly persons, or persons with disabilities in private homes.
- Federal Skilled Workers Program – For skilled professionals who can contribute to Canada’s economy.
- Federal Skilled Trades Program – For qualified, skilled trades workers who can contribute to Canada’s economy.
- The Self-Employed Persons Program – For people who will become self-employed in Canada.
- Start-up Visa Program – Entrepreneurs with the skills and ideas to build an innovative business in Canada may be eligible for this program.
- Temporary Foreign Worker Program – For foreign workers to come to Canada to fill short-term labour and skill shortages.
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Programs Offered by Nysa Global
Residency by Investment Federal Programs
- Federal start-up visa program
- Federal owner-operator program
- Federal ICT program
- Federal self-employed program
- Federal Business visitor program
Residency by Investment Provincial Nominee Programs
To fruitfully cater to the requirements of more migrants in the urbanized Canadian Provinces, the Canada Immigration and Citizenship (CIC) set up the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) to achieve the labour force required in these specific provinces.
There are 13 provinces in Canada, and each section has its own business/investment/entrepreneur-based program, based on the preferred sector/ economic activity of the province. Let’s take a look at 11 of these 13 provinces:
- New Brunswick
- British Columbia
- Newfoundland & Labrador
- Nova Scotia
- Northwest Territories
- Prince Edward Island
Skilled Immigration Express Entry
The Express Entry is not an immigration program but a system that makes it easier for aspiring skilled immigrants to migrate to Canada. One of the fastest ways to migrate to Canada, this system holds regular draws to select qualified applicants for various point-based, Federal Economic Immigration programs that lead to permanent residency.
Skilled Immigration Provincial Nominee Program
For employees seeking a permanent residence in Canada, PNP or the Provincial Nominee Program is a valuable route. With PNPs, the Canadian provinces and territories nominate applicants for immigration depending on the unique need and requirement of every province.
Skilled Immigration Canada Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot Program
The RNIP is a community driven program and has specifically been designed to help smaller communities in Canada. The intention of this programs is to get skilled immigrants to fill in gaps in remote communities.
Skilled Immigration Federal Skilled Worker Program
The FSWP is for skilled workers and professionals around the world who are assessed across parameters such as age, language skills, education, occupation, work experience, etc. It is one of the most popular Canadian immigration programs within the Express Entry system.
Skilled Immigration Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
A fast-track, employer driven immigration program, the AIPP is designed to help employers in four Atlantic provinces – Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador. The program facilitates hiring of foreign workers for jobs that could not be fulfilled by local talent.
Skilled Immigration Open Work Permit for Spouses
If you have a spouse or common- law partner in Canada who is either studying or working, they can sponsor your work permit. There are two types of work permit – one that lets you work in whichever industry you want and whichever employer you desire and another one that can let you work for any employer but has restrictions on the kind of job you can do.
Skilled Immigration Labour Market Impact Assessment
Any Canadian employer intending to hire a foreign worker must get a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). This is to determine there are no qualified Canadians to undertake the specific job and the salary and benefits that will be given to the foreign worker meet federal and provincial standards.
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