‘Dreams of Canada’ are on their way to become reality. All you need to be ready for is patience, financial support, and precise information.
Settling in another country is not less than any roller-coaster ride. The bigger question is where Canada is benefiting from other countries. To understand what Canada brings to the table, this article will take you through the peaks and valleys of Canada’s immigration.
How can I get into Canada?
Here are some of the most popular ways to enter and settle in Canada:
1. Express entry:
Requirements that you must comply with before moving to Canada fall into various categories. The most popular way to get into Canada is through Express Entry. Skilled workers who wish to apply for Canadian permanent residence can swim in this express entry pool.
Candidates on top of the pool are granted an invitation to apply with their CRS score. This score is calculated from work experience, educational qualifications, language skills, and age.
2. Provincial nominee programs (PNPs):
They are designed to meet the needs of a particular province by facilitating an influx of candidates with the required skill-set and experience to settle in Canada. Different provinces have different requirements, but staying up to date is a prerequisite if you want to aim for PNPs.
On the verge of 2021, Canada has opened 90000 new opportunities for essential employees, francophone candidates, and international graduates to strengthen the slackening economy owing to the Corona pandemic.
You can also take a peek at the Qualified Workers Program, the Quebec Experience Program, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program and other programs with special needs. For business enthusiasts, start-up visa programs are strategically structured to foster talent around the world.
Study and Work Permits.
A study permit is important for you to become eligible for permanent residency. You can apply for a study permit at the IRCC once the LOA (Letter of Acceptance) is confirmed from your institution. In the midst of the Corona pandemic, which still hangs around the world’s neck, Canada has agreed to approve the PGWP (Post-Graduation Work Permit), even for students studying in Canadian institutions abroad.
Work permits are usually granted after completion of Labor Market Assessments, which define their needs for immigrant workers depending on their skill-set. However, there also exist other programs that do not require labor market tests.
Cost Of Living
Settling anywhere comes with money problems that drive – sometimes your entire career – in a direction in which it feels most comfortable.
Moving into rural areas of Canada, which deliver more nature and less rent, is the coming future. According to official figures, housing costs can range from $350 for a room to $2000 for a spacious apartment. This cost will vary a lot, from one province to another. With their own pros and cons, the final decision of settling riverside, or by the shore, or between the mountains, or amid the hustle and bustle of the city rests on you.
To Settle in Canada is no joke; networking with other immigrants who “sail in the same boat” as you is equally important. If there had been a hidden secret for easy settling, I would have mentioned it at the beginning, but there isn’t; its sheer will and tireless efforts that spur things on.
The challenging times, like these, toughen tasks more, and getting help is always better than getting stuck in a web of problems. Contact us to take your Canadian immigration doubts to a successful application.