Immigration to Canada

IMMIGRATION TO CANADA:

DMI Study Abroad & Immigration  is best immigration consultants in Lahore , Refugees and Citizenship Canada is the department of the government of Canada with responsibility for matters dealing with immigration to Canada, refugees, and Canadian citizenship.
There are currently more than 80 programs available for immigration to Canada. For that reason, everyone’s path to Canadian immigration will be unique.

For example, there are many different categories for professionals and workers under which you might qualify for your Canada Immigration permanent resident visa, including the Federal and Quebec Skilled Worker programs, the Provincial Nominee Programs, the Canadian Experience Class, the Quebec Experience Class, and the Federal Self-Employed program. Canada also offers a number of Family Class Sponsorship programs, whereby Canadian citizens and permanent residents may sponsor family members and loved ones for Canadian immigration.

Which Canadian immigration program is best for you?

    • I have a post-secondary education

      Canada values your education and takes it into consideration for many of its Canadian immigration programs. Certain programs, such as the Skilled Worker and Provincial Nominee programs, assign a point value to your education. Start your free assessment and find out if your education helps you to be eligible for an economic immigration program.

    • I have at least one year of skilled work experience

    • I have a Canadian job offer

    • I have friends or relatives in Canada

    • I have already worked or studied in Canada

    • I have a high net worth or significant financial resources

  • I have a business that I own or manage

Available Canadian immigration programs

Skilled Worker

These programs are based on the candidate’s age, education, work experience, and other factors.

Family Class Sponsorship

These programs allow individuals with close relatives in Canada to be sponsored for immigration.

Investors and Entrepreneurs

These programs may interest candidates with a significant net worth and business experience.

Canadian Experience Class

This program aims to encourage those with study or skilled, professional or technical work experience in Canada to immigrate permanently.

Quebec Experience Class

International students and foreign workers with experience of studying or working in Quebec may be able to settle permanently in the province.

Provincial Nominee

Canadian provinces and territories can nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and who are interested in settling in a particular province or territory

This week’s draw suggests a return to the regular Express Entry draw schedule after the two program-specific draws that took place two weeks ago, in which Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) only invited candidates eligible under the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) and candidates with a provincial nomination. Candidates who obtain a provincial nomination through one of the Express Entry-aligned Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) streams receive 600 additional CRS points and an ITA at a subsequent draw from the pool.

On the very same day those draws took place, November 1, the government revealed its Canada Immigration Plan for 2018-2020. It outlined Canada’s commitment to increase the numbers accepted through the FSWC, FSTC, and Canadian Experience Class  to around 250,000 over the next three years, with another 184,000 or so new permanent residents to settle through the PNPs before the end of 2020.

Program-specific draws, such as those that took place two weeks ago, are the exception rather than the norm. In more than 90 percent of all Express Entry draws so far, candidates who meet the CRS cut-off threshold are invited to apply, regardless of the program they are eligible under.

More invitations are expected to be issued over the coming weeks, months, and years, benefiting individuals and families around the world wishing to make Canada their new permanent home.

The Comprehensive Ranking System is a score out of 1,200 used to benchmark federal economic applicants against one another.

It’s a part of the Express Entry mechanism, which was established in January 2015 to process residency applications.

The score is used as a cut-off point in Express Entry draws. It is designed to project a candidate’s likelihood of being economically successful in Canada.

To enter the pool, candidates must be eligible under either the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Canadian Experience Class, or Federal Skilled Trades Class.

The November 15 Express Entry draw is the 78th since the Express Entry system came into operation, and the 28th so far this year.

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