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Immigration to Canada is not an easy way. There are many steps one has to take in order to effectively apply and get approved for Canada immigration. Also, the method can take a number of months (9 to 12 months period) and various cases a few years. But if you know what options are available, you can improve your probability of success and avoid frustrations and delays.

Two of those programs make it mostly fast and easy to immigrate to Canada. Under both the Federal Skilled Worker program and the Quebec Skilled Worker programs, persons are not required to have a suitable job offer from a Canadian employer in order to succeed for Canadian permanent residence!

Mainly of the other 60 Canadian immigration programs are based on having a job propose in Canada. If you are bright to obtain a full-time permanent place from a Canadian employer in any skilled job, you will be qualified for a temporary work permit, which will permit you to come to Canada quickly. You will also be qualified to become a permanent resident in Canada later as an effect of that Canadian work skill, through a program like the Canadian Experience Class or a Provincial Nomination Program.

Many Canadian employers are passively seeking foreign skilled workers to bond their workers as quickly as possible. If you can find a job offer from a Canadian employer, you may also qualify for fast-track Canadian immigration application processing.

How to Immigrate to Canada: 4 Options for Immigrating in 2021

1. Express Entry Program

Canadian Immigration Program that allows immigrants to live and work in Canada as a skilled worker through Express Entry. The new system will allow Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to pro-actively assess, recruit and select immigrants who are skilled and/or possessed the relevant qualifications under federal economic immigration programs:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
  • The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

The Express Entry program will also allow individual provinces and territories to use the system in order to recruit suitable candidates as part of the Provincial Nominee Programs so that labour market demands are met.

2. Family Class Sponsorship

Family Reunification remains a corner-stone of Canada immigration policy. Families in Canada can sponsor their relatives to come to Canada on a permanent basis. In order to qualify to Sponsor your relative, you have to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. Also who you can sponsor is: your spouse and children under the age of 22 (there are some exceptions to this). Sponsoring your parents or grandparents is no longer an option at this time. However, you can bring them to Canada under the Super Visa Category.

3. LMIA Work Visa

Many applicants for Canadian immigration first get Canadian job offers, apply for a work visa and then on that basis, immigrate to Canada. The LMIA involves securing a Canadian job offer, having the Canadian employer apply for an LMIA though Service Canada and then the applicant applying for the work permit after the LMIA is approved. This is a very involved processes but can lead to Canadian permanent residence.

4. The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)

The PNP route is becoming an increasingly popular way to immigrate to Canada. Canadian provinces such as Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia and others have developed their own immigration programs that often lead to a fast-track process. However, the PNP category generally requires that applicants reside in the respective Provinces after they arrive in Canada. Further, most PNPs require a job offer from a Canadian employer in order to qualify.

5. Canadian Investor Immigration

The Investor Category is designed for high net worth individuals who have owned or managed businesses overseas. By allowing experienced business people invest in the Canadian economy, they are contributing to Canada’s overall growth and prosperity. There are essentially two investor programs in Canada: The Federal Investor Program and the Quebec program. Both programs are somewhat similar and require that the applicants have a high net worth and make a large investment in an approved investment fund for a 5 year period. Investor immigrants can bring their spouses and children as dependents to their applications.

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