If you are interested in immigrating to Canada as a skilled worker, you may review and compare the immigration programs listed below,
Through the Express Entry system, skilled and qualified foreigners are selected by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and recruited under federal economic immigration programs. This includes the:
Through the Express Entry program, immigration to Canada can become a much more simple and smooth transition.
Individual provinces and territories have become closely involved in Canadian immigration policy and practice. This is a result of the lack of local skilled workers available to fill gaps in Canada’s labour force. Through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), skilled immigrants are able to apply and qualify for Canadian work visas and eventually obtain permanent residence as well. You may visit the links below to learn more about the PNPs offered in each province.
In many cases, foreigners that are nominated for a PNP are met with much quicker immigration and visa application processes.
If you are interested in immigrating to Quebec as a skilled worker, you may visit the links below to find out if you qualify for any of the following programs:
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has three streams through which a foreign skilled worker may be hired:
You may visit the links above to determine your eligibility for one of these programs.
More details regarding the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot will be released in Fall 2019.
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