Why Canada?

Canada is a place of multi-cultural ethnicity and second largest country by area of 9.98 million square kilometres. It is one of the famous destination making a prominent place for attracting immigrants with great employment opportunities. Start your journey with Cosmos and we will help you in settling from any of its well-developed ten provinces and three territories which includes Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Being a country in Northern part of America it is surrounded by Atlantic and Pacific oceans with few extensions to Arctic, thus the country experiences extreme cold conditions ranging from -15° C and hitting to - 40°C and summers with 25-30°C. Canada is a great place to live with multicultural diversity and harmony; it has evolved for an easy immigration process since it has gained impetus for advanced economy ranking tenth-largest in the world. The country has well equipped resourceful educational institutions for students, work oriented multi-faceted strata and great business investment opportunities with provisional Visa benefits and a great quality of life.

Canadian government has implemented point based system for Visa process which is indeed a fair and unbiased outlook. Consequently, the implementation of merit based criteria has been made for talented and skilled professionals. The new comers will be selected according to their qualification, skills, adaptability, language proficiency and thus overall capital which pulls down the trivial criteria of immigration based on the ‘economic’ class segregation. Canadian federal government funds an immigrant to cover certain aspects of programs which eventually bridges the gap for finding the job and help to secure a position economically and socially.

Visa Categories

  • Skilled Migration Visa

    The program of Federal Skilled workers gives an opportunity to the skilled professionals from various fields and experienced class to work in Canada and secure legal residence.

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  • Investor Visa

    It is widely believed that Canada is one of the top 10 easiest countries to start a business in. This is due to the country being extremely rich in natural resources, having an immensely skilled labour force and a stable government.

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  • Student Visa

    Canada has always been the most preferred destination for higher education among the International students, by serving as an epitome of quality education and renowned highly ranked universities.

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  • Canada Working Visa

    Under the current arrangements, student visa holders and their dependant family members (except masters by research or doctoral degree student dependants who can work full time)

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  • Visit Visa

    Canadian government permits foreign nationals to enjoy a visit on a temporary basis, which can be due to various reasons such as family visit, holiday or tourism, business, small meet or a conference.

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Benefits of Migrating to Canada

One of the major reliable factors for immigration is subsidised government facilities like health care, education, transport. It is easy for an immigrant to avail citizenship and settle in Canada after 3 years.

  • Live, work and study in any Canadian province or territory
  • Avail of free education for children
  • Healthcare & retirement benefits
  • Relocate in less time period
  • Earn in dollars
  • Sponsor your relatives to join you in Canada
  • Avail Canadian Rights and Freedom
  • Protection under Canadian law

Canadian passport allows you to travel visa free to 172 countries. One can visit Canada by applying through Canada tourist visa, Canada visit visa from Dubai.

Those who have one year of skilled work experience are eligible to apply and migrate to Canada under this program. It is a great opportunity for those looking to work & settle in Canada. We encourage applicants to apply immediately as we anticipate this to become one of the world’s most popular immigration programs!

Permanent resident visa

According to latest Canada Immigration Rule it has been speculated that in year 2020 Canada will provide permanent residence visa to 3,41,000 immigrants; :- in addition to this 81,000 will be able to enrol in the Federal Skilled worker program and 67,800 will be invited in Canada through Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).

  • Including health care coverage
  • Live, work or study anywhere in Canada
  • Apply for Canadian citizenship
  • Get protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

There are many categories to choose apply PR for Canada. They are>

  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • PNP programs

Canada Express Entry (Permanent Resident/Economic Class / Skilled Migrant)

Canada has now introduced the Express Entry system from January 1st 2015.

  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • PNP programs

Requirements

Nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list OR Nominated by an Canadian state or territory government agency

  • Skills assessment for that occupation
  • Age Limit
  • Achieved the score specified
  • English competent.
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How Cosmos supports you

  • Our Professional Team will consult with each client to understand their needs and interests to provide customized solutions and representation within the legal framework of immigration to reach the personal goals and changing demands of the global world.
  • Migrating to the UK through ICCRC registered consultant & MARA registered consultant respectively is the right pathway to follow to make your application successful.
  • Our services include Skilled Migration, Business Migration and study abroad programmes, we provide end-to end services from determining the country of your choice, submitting your applications, complying with the requirements, understanding the migration law in specific country or region and what to do before you arrive in the country of destination and once you arrive as an immigrant.
  • We have a success rate of 98% in all aspects, with more than 5000 clients who availed our services and eventually benefitted from them.

FAQs

The grant of Canadian residency depends on various criteria like age, education, skills, experience, and family sponsorship. It also takes into consideration the program opted by an individual immigrant, education or working background as well as the scope of making investments and having earlier trading relations with Canada.

Candidates should be 18 years of age at the time of application, for below 18 years old candidates, the application can be completed on their behalf by their parent or guardian having Canadian Citizenship. The person should have lived for more than 3 years in Canada. Proficiency in English or French as these are the two official languages. Also the candidate should not possess any past criminal history, which might render the process unfruitful.

Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visas may be issued to federal and Quebec skilled workers, provincial nominees, people who have studied and/or worked in Canada, and business persons under Canada's economic immigration categories. Close family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents may be issued Canada Immigration Visas through family sponsorship. Finally, Canada issues permanent resident visas to qualified asylum seekers and certain individuals on humanitarian and compassionate grounds.

Express Entry is an immigration system where applications are filed electronically.

It is not an immigration program. Rather, it facilitates the selection process of the following Canadian economic immigration programs:

  • The Federal Skilled Worker Class (formerly the Federal Skilled Worker Program).
  • The Federal Skilled Trades Class (formerly the Federal Skilled Trades Program).
  • The Canadian Experience Class, and a portion of the Provincial Nominee Programs.

Applicants raise an "expression of interest" (EOI) for immigrating to Canada, if they are eligible for at least one of the programs, they then enter the Express Entry pool. The federal government and provincial governments, as well as Canadian employers can select the candidates from this pool who will then receive an Invitation To Apply (ITA) for one of the programs.

Express Entry moves Canada from a first come, first served or supply-driven system to an invitation to apply or demand-driven system. Thus, Express Entry aims to fast track the process of skilled immigrants who are deemed most likely to be successfully accepted in Canada.

  • All provinces and territories, except for Quebec, Alberta and Nunavut, currently use Express Entry. Provinces and territories are able to nominate a certain number of candidates through the Express Entry system to meet their local and provincial labour market needs. These are known as "enhanced" nominations. If an applicant gets an enhanced nomination from a province or territory, he or she is then given 600 additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence at a subsequent draw from the pool. All candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of one of the federal economic immigration programs in order to enter and be selected from the Express Entry pool.
  • Just as they manage their own Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), provinces and territories set the criteria they use to nominate Express Entry candidates. Depending on the province/territory, Express Entry candidates may either enter the pool first and then be nominated by a province or territory, or be nominated by a province or territory and then complete an online Express Entry profile. Provinces and territories are also able to make nominations under the regular basis PNPs outside the Express Entry system.

All provinces and territories, except for Quebec, Alberta and Nunavut, currently use Express Entry. Provinces and territories are able to nominate a certain number of candidates through the Express Entry system to meet their local and provincial labour market needs. These are known as "enhanced" nominations. If an applicant gets an enhanced nomination from a province or territory, he or she is then given 600 additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence at a subsequent draw from the pool. All candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of one of the federal economic immigration programs in order to enter and be selected from the Express Entry pool.

Just as they manage their own Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), provinces and territories set the criteria they use to nominate Express Entry candidates. Depending on the province/territory, Express Entry candidates may either enter the pool first and then be nominated by a province or territory, or be nominated by a province or territory and then complete an online Express Entry profile. Provinces and territories are also able to make nominations under their regular (“base”) PNPs outside the Express Entry system.

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is the ranking process of candidates offered by the government of Canada, based on their human capital and determined factors such as age, level of education, and language ability. This enables Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to decide which candidates must be issued invitations to apply for permanent residence.

An Express Entry candidate can obtain up to 1,200 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System, which are distributed across several factors. A candidate’s age, education, language proficiency and work experience known as a core human capital factor has a score out of 500. Combinations of some of these factors are called Skill Transferability factors and can be worth up to 100 additional points. These 600 points constitute what's known as a candidate’s core CRS score. Points are also awarded for additional factors, such as a provincial nomination, an offer of arranged employment, prior to Canadian study experience, French language ability, and a sibling who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada. While these points are not required in order to enter or to be selected from the Express Entry pool, they can significantly increase a candidate’s CRS score. The most valuable additional factor is a provincial nomination, which results in 600 CRS points. Many provincial nominee program streams are only available to candidates in the Express Entry pool.

  • IELTS- proficiency IDP and BC British Council worth 220 dollars
  • ECA Educational credential assessment
  • Profile creating on ITA- Invitation to apply 10 TH , 12 TH MARKSHEET
  • Arrange documents free of cost , NOC CODE, CRS CUT OFF LIST 2 WEEKS
  • Receive (Invitation To Apply) ITA Get the invitation to submit a file- Transcripts
  • Medical test submit document required by govt.
  • Visa stamping

Age is one of the prevailing factors that counts for points under the CRS. Age is worth up to 110 points for a single applicant or 100 points for a candidate with a spouse or common-law law partner. Maximum points for age are awarded to candidates between 20 and 29. Candidates are no longer awarded points after the age of 45, but they may still be eligible to submit an Express Entry profile and could obtain an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence on the strength of their scores under other factors.

The Provincial Nominee Programs were established by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC, formerly CIC) to allow Canada's different provinces and territories to select individuals who indicate an interest in settling in a particular province/territory and who will be able to contribute to that province/territory's economic development.

Most, but not all, provinces and territories of Canada participate in the Provincial Nominee Program.

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • New Foundland and Labrador
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon

No. You can obtain a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa without a provincial nomination.

Candidates in the Express Entry pool who obtain an enhanced nomination from a province are awarded 600 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System, out of a possible total of 1,200. When these additional points are added to a candidate’s human capital and skills transferability points, it will result in an invitation to apply for permanent residence at a subsequent draw from the Express Entry pool. Depending on the province, candidates eligible to enter the Express Entry pool may either enter the pool first and then be nominated by a province or territory, or be nominated by a province or territory before completing an online Express Entry profile and entering the Express Entry pool.

A Provincial Nomination means that your application for a Canada Immigration Visa will be processed quickly and it provides another way of qualifying for a Canada Permanent Resident Visa apart from the Federal Skilled Worker category of Canadian immigration.

Yes, a portion of the PNPs, known as the "enhanced" portion, are managed inside Express Entry, with the remainder operating external to Express Entry. The Canada Visa Immigration assessment form assesses your eligibility for immigration across a range of immigration programs, including the various PNPs.

Your application for student permit must have the following documents:

  • Acceptance letter from the applied university
  • Proof of English Proficiency Test- IELTS (6.5 Overall score)
  • Valid passport
  • Parent University Academic Documents
  • Proof of funds to finance your studies
  • Medical certificate
  • Tuition fee Receipt
  • Selection to a university in Quebec will need a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec' (CAQ that will be sent by the university).

An ECA is an assessment that determines the Canadian equivalent of a degree obtained outside Canada. An ECA is not required if you have a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate. An ECA is also not required to enter the Express Entry pool as a Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class candidate. However, you will require an ECA as well as CRS points for your foreign degree, diploma or certificate if you want to be considered as a principal applicant under the Federal Skilled Worker Class.

The Canadian Business Class is a category of people with Canadian Immigration under which individuals with business/managerial experience and subsequently high net-worth may qualify for a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa. There are three sub-categories within the Business Class: Immigrant Investors, Entrepreneurs and Self- Employed person.

In addition to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) application forms, education-related and status documents (passports, birth/marriage certificates, etc.), you must submit documents proving your business and/or managerial experience, as well as documents evidencing your net worth.

Close relatives of a Canadian permanent resident.

Precisely, to qualify under the Family Sponsorship category, the sponsored person(s) must be related to the Canadian sponsor in the following ways:

  • By being spouse, common-law partner
  • Parent or grandparent;
  • Dependent child;
  • Orphaned, unmarried, and under 18 years of age brother, sister, nephew, niece, or grandchild;
  • Adopted child who is under 18 years of age; or
  • Other relatives, if the sponsor has no relative listed above and no relatives who are Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents.

To qualify as a sponsor, the person must be able to demonstrate the financial ability to provide for the essential needs of the sponsored members and any accompanying dependents. This requirement is waived off if

  • The person requiring sponsorship is the spouse, common-law partner is the dependent child of the Canadian sponsor.

In addition to the required financial ability, the Canadian sponsor must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident at least 18 years of age;
  • Be physically residing in Canada, except for Canadian citizens sponsoring a spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, or dependent child, as long as the sponsor can demonstrate the intention to return to Canada by the time the sponsored family members lands in Canada;
  • Should not be charged with treason or under police case
  • Should not be an undischarged bankrupt;
  • Should not be receiving government welfare assistance, except for disability;
  • Should not be under a removal order, if a permanent resident;
  • Should not be convicted of a sexual offence, or any offence against the person being sponsored in the five years before the date of application;
  • Should not be in default of court-ordered support payments to an ex-spouse or child;
  • Should not be behind in debts for payments loans; and

Canada is the most welcoming country with vibrant culture. One can enjoy a combination of nature and robust career opportunities, it thus provide a splendid place with eminent facilities and a balanced work life. Due to various authenticities yet no problem in communication as the basic language is English along with French. It provides work visas, with an opportunity for PR thus being the best destination for migration and a place to study.

Cosmos assists you with the Skilled Migration, Business Migration and study abroad programmes, we provide end-to end services from determining the country of your choice, submitting your applications, complying with the requirements, understanding the migration law for a country or region; dos and donts before you arrive in the country of destination and once you arrive as an immigrant.

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