As per the Federal Government of Canada, it will be admitting more than one million immigrants in the next three years. Canada has more than 70 immigration programs, but which are the best programs for you to immigrate? This will depend on your profile, and further assessing it, you will have a couple of answers. However, there are some of the most-liked programs that are a bit easier to proceed that save time and have higher chances of succeeding.
There are numerous updates made by the Canadian government amidst the COVID-19, to protect many immigrants with temporary measures that are helpful to protect their status during the pandemic.
Here, we will discuss some of the most eligible programs for Canadian immigration, that you can apply and find your chances to immigrate to Canada.
Express Entry, one of the most eligible immigration system in Canada, has been helping many skilled workers within and outside Canada to become a permanent resident in Canada. It is a system that helps in ranking candidates, in terms of their age, education, work experience, and language abilities, and the system selects the best candidates from the pool, based on their score to receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence.
The applications are usually processed within six months or less and have one of the fastest processing times, and you can accompany your family member in the application. SPS Canada Immigration has been helping many clients secure their permanent residence through the various streams in the Express Entry system, and you might just be the next! Take your time to go through the assessment and we will get back to you with answers!
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
All the provinces in Canada have their own immigration program and are referred to as Provincial Nominee Programs, with an exception for Quebec. The aim of the program is to respond to the needs of the economic needs by nominating the candidates for permanent residency.
PNP keeps in search of foreign workers that are in-demand within the province, and you must meet the minimum requirements of the province’s and follow further instructions for each of the provincial nominee program on their website. Each province has its own set of requirements to be fulfilled, and you can get up to 600 CRS points if you are nominated by the province for your permanent residence application, which is a guarantee that you would be receiving an invitation to apply for your permanent residence.
Becoming an International Student
With major adjustments made to accommodate the needs of international students, Canada has become an even more likable destination for many international students. Among many other countries, Canada has implemented better pathways for the students to settle in Canada as a permanent residence, having met the requirements for permanent residence application through various streams and programs available today.
There are many students, who start their journey in Canada by studying and step in to lay the foundation to settle in Canada in the long run. With the COVID situation, Canada has created some temporary measures for international students in terms of working hours for international students in essential industry, postgraduate work permits, and study permit applications.
Rural Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
The Rural Northern Immigration Pilot is a program designed to upgrade smaller communities with the idea of economic immigration, which creates a pathway to permanent residence for many foreign workers, wishing to work and live in these rural participating communities.
You must meet the specific requirements of the communities under the pilot, and you can submit your application as soon as you have a job offer for the recommendation in the community. There are additional community requirements to be eligible for permanent residence, and community recommendation process, which you will have to go through to qualify for your permanent residence application.
These are just a few programs that you can consider Canada for immigration, while there are various other programs such as Atlantic Immigration Pilot, Agri-Food Pilot, and many more!
Are you interested in figuring out your best chances for the Canadian Immigration programs? It is better to know beforehand about the programs you qualify for. Get your alternatives today, and work towards your permanent residence pathways by starting your assessment!
INDRA PRAKASH PANDEY
Team Sps Canada
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