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Canada Immigration Overview
Canada offers many immigration options to members of the family class and the economic class (Skilled Workers & Business)
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Family Class Sponsorship Immigration
Under the family class, sponsorship programs promote the reunion in Canada of Canadian citizens and permanent residents with their close relatives
An Immigration system for skilled workers to Canada under federal economic programs. This includes federal skilled workers, federal skilled trades, Canada experience class, and certain provincial immigration programs
Federal Skilled Worker
The most popular immigration program suited to more than 300 occupations. This includes occupations in Management & Financial Services, Engineering & IT, Health Care, Hospitality, etc.
Federal Skilled Trades
A program offering immigration to trades professionals. This comprises more than 40 occupations such as carpenters, mechanics, electricians, plumbers, welders, technicians, and long haul drivers
Canada Experience Class
A program offering immigration to individuals who worked in Canada for at least 12 months
Canada’s 10 provinces & 3 territories manage their own immigration programs
The French speaking province of Quebec manages its own immigration programs
Business & Investment Immigration
Canada offers citizenship through naturalization and by birth in CanadaCanada admits immigrants under the Business Immigration program which comprises Investors , Entrepreneurs and the Self-Employed
Canada is a world leader in offering protection to convention refugees
When foreign nationals or permanent residents of Canada are found to have committed criminal acts, they may be deemed inadmissible to Canada.
Canada offers citizenship through naturalization and by birth in Canada
Canada Temporary Visa Overview
If you are a non Canadian and want to travel to Canada to visit, study or work, you may need a visa.
Canada Visit/Tourist Visa
If you are a non Canadian and want to visit Canada for a temporary period, you may need a temporary resident visa (TRV). Many persons require an electronic travel authorization (ETA).
Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)
An Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is a new requirement for foreign nationals from visa-exempt countries arriving in Canada by air, whether to visit the country directly or to pass through in transit.
Canada Student Visa
If you are a non Canadian and want to study in Canada at an approved institute, you will likely need a study permit.
Canada Work Permit
If you are a non Canadian and want to work in Canada, you will likely need a work permit and fulfill other requirements.
Parents and Grandparents Super Visa
If you are a parent or grandparent and you wish to visit a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you may apply for a temporary residence visa (Super Visa).
Despite shedding fewer jobs than expected last month, Canada’s unemployment rate has reached the highest level in five months according to Statistics Canada. About 1,000 net new jobs were lost last month, with the jobless rate reaching 6.8%.
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