Canada – The land of Opportunities
Canada is the second largest country of the world from the land perspective and still has the lower population from so many countries even lower than the few states of India .It clearly means opportunities! Yes, Canada is the land of opportunities for skilled immigrations.
Living in Canada simply means encounter to vastly different culture, beautiful nature, friendly people and multicultural environment. Overseas nationals from across the globe including those who are on a US work permit are inclined to immigrate to Canada. As such, skilled immigrants who are yet to obtain Work Visas but are hopeful of one are beginning to choose Canada for immigration and to acquire PR.
Quick facts about Canada
- Capital city: Ottawa
- Largest city: Toronto
- Official languages: English and French
- Major religion: Christianity
- Currency: 1 Canadian dollar = 100 cents
- Federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
- Made up of ten provinces and three territories
- Official head of state is UK monarch (currently Queen Elizabeth II), who appoints a governor general (currently David Johnston)
- Head of government is Prime Minister (currently Justin Trudeau)
- Total landmass of approximately 3,855,100 square miles – the world’s second biggest country
- Main exports: Machinery and equipment, automotive products, minerals such as zinc, uranium, gold, nickel and lead among others, metals and plastics, forestry products, agricultural and fishing products, energy products
- Quebec is world’s largest producer of maple syrup
- Most popular sport: ice hockey, with lacrosse, curling and Canadian football
- Time zone: varies from UTC-3.5 to UTC-8, changing to UTC-2.5 to UTC-7 during summer months
Various immigration routs to Canada
Students VISA is an approval to a passport provided to the students wants to study in different country. Students do not need to obtain the citizenship of the country as it is non-immigrant VISA. Any student wants to study abroad needs to get a student VISA of particular country.
Who can apply for Student VISA?
- Can speak, read and write in English language
- Have been offered a course and program from the educational institution / university / college
- Have enough money support to live in Canada
Work VISA is an approval to passport to a person which allows working in foreign land for a particular period of time. If a person wants to work in the foreign country then he/she have to get Work VISA.
Who can apply for Work VISA?
- The applicant must have good health and don’t have an medical issues.
- Applicant has to prove that he/she will return to the country once his/her work completes and VISA expires.
- The applicant can’t take upon any other work other than work allotted by the employer while applying for the Work VISA.
- Applicant’s should have zero criminal rate.
- Applicant should have enough money to afford the living cost and daily utilities.
Temporary worker visas are for persons who want to enter the United States for employment lasting a fixed period of time, and are not considered permanent or indefinite.
Who can apply for temporary VISA?
- be under 50 years of age
- hold an eligible visa
- have specified evidence when you apply
Someone who has been granted permission to live and work in the Canada on a permanent basis can apply for Permanent VISA. As proof of that status, Canada Citizenship and Immigration Services grants a person a permanent resident card, commonly called a Permanent VISA
Who can apply for Permanent VISA?
- You must have a valid Express Entry Profile Number and Job Seeker Code.
- You must have a minimum score of 60 points on the SINP point assessment grid.
- Your language test result should meet the federal Express Entry language requirements.
You must have completed post-secondary school or training that is comparable to at least one year of Canadian education. You must have a diploma, certificate, or degree.
Canada family visas are a category of Canada entry and residence authorizations that are issued to those who want to establish a permanent family life with their Canada resident family members.
Who can apply for Family VISA?
- spouse or common-law partner or conjugal partner
- Dependent children under the age of 21
- Dependent parents or grandparents
- A child you adopted outside Canada while you held a Canadian citizenship or PR
- Your brother, sister, niece, nephew, uncle, aunt or other close relatives