Canada Immigration

Canada Immigration

Canada Immigration needs 1 million skilled migrants to fill critical skills shortages across the country.

Canada Immigration

On a Federal Level the Government invites skilled migrants to the Federal Skilled Worker and Federal Skilled Trades Visa class.

On a ‘local’ level the Canadian Provinces give invitations to apply for Canada Immigration to fill ‘regional; skills shortages. Canadian Provinces use the Provincial Nomination Program for this purpose.

Everything you need to know about Canada Immigration for the next two years.

Wherever you are in the World, Canada Immigration should be on your radar right now. The Canadian Government have publicly stated the need for 1 million skilled migrants over the next two years.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Canada Immigration and is an opportunity that should be seized upon, because after Canada Immigration have filled their quotas, the door could close on this visa platform indefinitely.

There are two main Canada Immigration Visa pathways. One way is to secure a permanent residence visa, the other is to enter Canada on a temporary work permit, then convert this temporary work permit to full Canada Immigration Permanent Residency.

Canada Immigration Permanent Residency?

Permanent Residency is the pinnacle of all the Canada Immigration programs. Holders of Canadian Permanent Residency (and their immediate families) are awarded the following benefits:

Live and work in Canada
Enter and leave without the need for further Canada Visas
Access Education for children
Access Health Services
Purchase Property
Access a full range of financial services
Set up a business
and best of all, Canada Immigration Permanent Residency can convcert into full Canadian Citizenship after three years.

Canada Immigration Permanent Residency can be thought of as ‘tentative Citizenship” because there are very few differences between permanent residency and citizenship in Canada. The major differences are that a Permanent Resident cannot vote, and that permanent residents may still be deported if they commit a serious crime.

How long does Canada Immigration Permanent Residency last?

Once you and your family have been awarded Permanent Residency you will be able to hold this on an indefinite basis, as long as you accumulate at least 2 years of residency in every 5 years period. This does not need to be consecutive, and is a cumulative figure.

What are the main Categories of Canada Immigration

There are 6 categories of Canadian Immigration:

Federal Skilled Worker
Quebec Skilled Worker
Provincial Nominee Program
Family Sponsorship
Business Immigrant
Canadian Experience Class

Each immigration class targets a different group of migrants and has it’s own set of unique requirements.

What Canada Immigration Visa is Right for me?

Confused about what Canada Immigration visa is right for you, or worried about your eligibility to emigrate to Canada? Below you will find the exact requirements for all six of the main Canada Visa types as well as full details on how to apply for each one

Canada Immigration Federal Skilled Worker Visa

To potentially qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker program, applicants will be required to have one of the following occupations and have at least one year of continuous full-time employment (or the equivalent in part-time hours). Eligible work experience must be of a skilled nature at either Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B in Canada’s National Occupation Classification (NOC) platform. This work experience must have been within the 10 year period immediately before making a Canada Immigration application.

Canada Immigration NOC Code

NOC CodeOccupation
11Legislators
12Senior government managers and officials
13Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
14Senior managers – health, education, social and community services and membership organizations
15Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.
16Senior managers – construction, transportation, production and utilities
111Financial managers
112Human resources managers
113Purchasing managers
114Other administrative services managers
121Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
122Banking, credit and other investment managers
124Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
125Other business services managers
131Telecommunication carriers managers
132Postal and courier services managers
211Engineering managers
212Architecture and science managers
213Computer and information systems managers
311Managers in health care
411Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration
412Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration
413Government managers – education policy development and program administration
414Other managers in public administration
421Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training
422School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
423Managers in social, community and correctional services
431Commissioned police officers
432Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers
433Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces
511Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
512Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
513Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors
601Corporate sales managers
621Retail and wholesale trade managers
631Restaurant and food service managers
632Accommodation service managers
651Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.
711Construction managers
712Home building and renovation managers
714Facility operation and maintenance managers
731Managers in transportation
811Managers in natural resources production and fishing
821Managers in agriculture
822Managers in horticulture
823Managers in aquaculture
911Manufacturing managers
912Utilities managers
1111Financial auditors and accountants
1112Financial and investment analysts
1113Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
1114Other financial officers
1121Human resources professionals
1122Professional occupations in business management consulting
1123Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
1211Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers
1212Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
1213Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers
1214Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations
1215Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations
1221Administrative officers
1222Executive assistants
1223Human resources and recruitment officers
1224Property administrators
1225Purchasing agents and officers
1226Conference and event planners
1227Court officers and justices of the peace
1228Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers
1241Administrative assistants
1242Legal administrative assistants
1243Medical administrative assistants
1251Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
1252Health information management occupations
1253Records management technicians
1254Statistical officers and related research support occupations
1311Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
1312Insurance adjusters and claims examiners
1313Insurance underwriters
1314Assessors, valuators and appraisers
1315Customs, ship and other brokers
2111Physicists and astronomers
2112Chemists
2113Geoscientists and oceanographers
2114Meteorologists and climatologists
2115Other professional occupations in physical sciences
2121Biologists and related scientists
2122Forestry professionals
2123Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
2131Civil engineers
2132Mechanical engineers
2133Electrical and electronics engineers
2134Chemical engineers
2141Industrial and manufacturing engineers
2142Metallurgical and materials engineers
2143Mining engineers
2144Geological engineers
2145Petroleum engineers
2146Aerospace engineers
2147Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
2148Other professional engineers, n.e.c.
2151Architects
2152Landscape architects
2153Urban and land use planners
2154Land surveyors
2161Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
2171Information systems analysts and consultants
2172Database analysts and data administrators
2173Software engineers and designers
2174Computer programmers and interactive media developers
2175Web designers and developers
2211Chemical technologists and technicians
2212Geological and mineral technologists and technicians
2221Biological technologists and technicians
2222Agricultural and fish products inspectors
2223Forestry technologists and technicians
2224Conservation and fishery officers
2225Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
2231Civil engineering technologists and technicians
2232Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
2233Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
2234Construction estimators
2241Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
2242Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
2243Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
2244Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors
2251Architectural technologists and technicians
2252Industrial designers
2253Drafting technologists and technicians
2254Land survey technologists and technicians
2255Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology
2261Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians
2262Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers
2263Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety
2264Construction inspectors
2271Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
2272Air traffic controllers and related occupations
2273Deck officers, water transport
2274Engineer officers, water transport
2275Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators
2281Computer network technicians
2282User support technicians
2283Information systems testing technicians
3011Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
3012Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
3111Specialist physicians
3112General practitioners and family physicians
3113Dentists
3114Veterinarians
3121Optometrists
3122Chiropractors
3124Allied primary health practitioners
3125Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
3131Pharmacists
3132Dietitians and nutritionists
3141Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
3142Physiotherapists
3143Occupational therapists
3144Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
3211Medical laboratory technologists
3212Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists’ assistants
3213Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
3214Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
3215Medical radiation technologists
3216Medical sonographers
3217Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c.
3219Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)
3221Denturists
3222Dental hygienists and dental therapists
3223Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistants
3231Opticians
3232Practitioners of natural healing
3233Licensed practical nurses
3234Paramedical occupations
3236Massage therapists
3237Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment
4011University professors and lecturers
4012Post-secondary teaching and research assistants
4021College and other vocational instructors
4031Secondary school teachers
4032Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
4033Educational counsellors
4111Judges
4112Lawyers and Quebec notaries
4151Psychologists
4152Social workers
4153Family, marriage and other related counsellors
4154Professional occupations in religion
4155Probation and parole officers and related occupations
4156Employment counsellors
4161Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers
4162Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts
4163Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants
4164Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers
4165Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
4166Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers
4167Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers
4168Program officers unique to government
4169Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.
4211Paralegal and related occupations
4212Social and community service workers
4214Early childhood educators and assistants
4215Instructors of persons with disabilities
4216Other instructors
4217Other religious occupations
4311Police officers (except commissioned)
4312Firefighters
4313Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces
5111Librarians
5112Conservators and curators
5113Archivists
5121Authors and writers
5122Editors
5123Journalists
5125Translators, terminologists and interpreters
5131Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations
5132Conductors, composers and arrangers
5133Musicians and singers
5134Dancers
5135Actors and comedians
5136Painters, sculptors and other visual artists
5211Library and public archive technicians
5212Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries
5221Photographers
5222Film and video camera operators
5223Graphic arts technicians
5224Broadcast technicians
5225Audio and video recording technicians
5226Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
5227Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts
5231Announcers and other broadcasters
5232Other performers, n.e.c.
5241Graphic designers and illustrators
5242Interior designers and interior decorators
5243Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
5244Artisans and craftspersons
5245Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products
5251Athletes
5252Coaches
5253Sports officials and referees
5254Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
6211Retail sales supervisors
6221Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade
6222Retail and wholesale buyers
6231Insurance agents and brokers
6232Real estate agents and salespersons
6235Financial sales representatives
6311Food service supervisors
6312Executive housekeepers
6313Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
6314Customer and information services supervisors
6315Cleaning supervisors
6316Other services supervisors
6321Chefs
6322Cooks
6331Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers – retail and wholesale
6332Bakers
6341Hairstylists and barbers
6342Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
6343Shoe repairers and shoemakers
6344Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations
6345Upholsterers
6346Funeral directors and embalmers
7201Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations
7202Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
7203Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
7204Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
7205Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
7231Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
7232Tool and die makers
7233Sheet metal workers
7234Boilermakers
7235Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
7236Ironworkers
7237Welders and related machine operators
7241Electricians (except industrial and power system)
7242Industrial electricians
7243Power system electricians
7244Electrical power line and cable workers
7245Telecommunications line and cable workers
7246Telecommunications installation and repair workers
7247Cable television service and maintenance technicians
7251Plumbers
7252Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
7253Gas fitters
7271Carpenters
7272Cabinetmakers
7281Bricklayers
7282Concrete finishers
7283Tile setters
7284Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers
7291Roofers and shinglers
7292Glaziers
7293Insulators
7294Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
7295Floor covering installers
7301Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
7302Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
7303Supervisors, printing and related occupations
7304Supervisors, railway transport operations
7305Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators
7311Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
7312Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
7313Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
7314Railway Carmen/women
7315Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
7316Machine fitters
7318Elevator constructors and mechanics
7321Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
7322Motor vehicle body repairers
7331Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics
7332Appliance servicers and repairers
7333Electrical mechanics
7334Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics
7335Other small engine and small equipment repairers
7361Railway and yard locomotive engineers
7362Railway conductors and brakemen/women
7371Crane operators
7372Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction
7373Water well drillers
7381Printing press operators
7384Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c.
8211Supervisors, logging and forestry
8221Supervisors, mining and quarrying
8222Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services
8231Underground production and development miners
8232Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers
8241Logging machinery operators
8252Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers8255 Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services
8261Fishing masters and officers
8262Fishermen/women
9211Supervisors, mineral and metal processing
9212Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities
9213Supervisors, food, beverage and associated products processing
9214Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing
9215Supervisors, forest products processing
9217Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing
9221Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling
9222Supervisors, electronics manufacturing
9223Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing
9224Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing
9226Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing
9227Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly
9231Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing
9232Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators
9235Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators
9241Power engineers and power systems operators
9243Water and waste treatment plant operators
Full Canada Immigration Occupation in Demand NOC List.
Search your Occupation below to see if you have an Occupation in Demand in Canada. If in doubt take our Free Visa Assessment and let us assess your Eligibility for Free.

How much money do I need in the bank for Canada Immigration?

In addition to having an Occupation in demand on the table, Canada Immigration Federal Skilled Worker applicants will be required to demonstrate they have sufficient financial resources to support themselves and their family for 6 months after arrival in Country. If you have a formal job offer, this requirement does not apply.

Calculate Canada Immigration Points

The third part of the Canada Immigration trinity is a points based assessment. CIC Canada uses a points based martix to benchmark potential applicants against the other candidates all looking to emigrate to Canada at the same time.

An applicant must reach 67 points to qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Visa

Calculate Points Score for Canada Immigration on a Federal Skilled Worker Visa

The overall benchmark score of 67 is made up of a number of points awarded for each of the following categories.

Education (maximum 25 points)
Language Skills (maximum 24 points)
Work Experience (maximum 21 points)
Age (maximum 10 points)
Arranged Employment (maximum 10 points)

If you hold valid offer of employment, or are applying within Canada on a temporary work permit you will get credit for your current employment status.
Adaptability (maximum 10 points)
Includes such factors as previous experience working or studying in Canada, or having family in Canada.

A couple of examples of where points are awarded in the Canadian immigration score grid are shown below. This does not cover all the areas where your points will be awarded – it is designed to give you an idea of how the system of points scoring works within the Canadian immigration system.

Take our FREE VISA ASSESSMENT for a full eligibility review of your Canada Immigration chances

AgeWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 100 points)(Maximum 110 points)
17 years of age or less00
18 years of age9099
19 years of age95105
20 to 29 years of age100110
30 years of age95105
31 years of age9099
32 years of age8594
33 years of age8088
34 years of age7583
35 years of age7077
36 years of age6572
37 years of age6066
38 years of age5561
39 years of age5055
40 years of age4550
41 years of age3539
42 years of age2528
43 years of age1517
44 years of age56
45 years of age or more00
Migrate to Canada from Australia English Language Points
Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per abilityWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 128 points)(Maximum 136 points)
Less than CLB 400
CLB 4 or 566
CLB 689
CLB 71617
CLB 82223
CLB 92931
CLB 10 or more3234
Official languages proficiency - second official language
Maximum points for each ability (reading, writing, speaking and listening):
6 with a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 22 points)
6 without a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 24 points)
Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per abilityWith a spouse or common-law partner Without a spouse or common-law partner 
(Maximum 22 points)(Maximum 24 points)
CLB 4 or less00
CLB 5 or 611
CLB 7 or 833
CLB 9 or more66
Migrate to Canada from Australia Points for Education
Level of EducationWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 140 points)(Maximum 150 points)
Less than secondary school (high school)00
Secondary diploma (high school graduation)2830
One-year degree, diploma or certificate from  a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute8490
Two-year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute9198
Bachelor's degree OR  a three or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute112120
Two or more certificates, diplomas, or degrees. One must be for a program of three or more years119128
Master's degree, OR professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession (For “professional degree,” the degree program must have been in: medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry, law, chiropractic medicine, or pharmacy.)126135
Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.)140150

Police Checks for Canada Immigration

Remember to factor in Police Checks and Medicals at the very end of the Federal Skilled Worker application process.

How to Apply for a Federal Skilled Worker Canada Immigration Visa

The steps of the application are documented below. Do remember this is a complex legal process and make sure you are fully prepared before embarking on one of the most life altering decisions of your life.

1. Have your education qualification verified by one of the Educational Verification organizations licensed and regulated by the Canadian Government such as World Education Services (WES)

2. Take either your English or French Test (or both if you have this skill level). Please note that even applicants from English Speaking Countries must go through testing.

3. Create an Express Entry Profile.

4. Secure a Job Offer. As part of your Express Entry profile you’ll be required to register with Job Bank Canada which could form the starting point of your Canada Immigration Job Search.

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5. Depending on your Occupation you may be able to boost through Express Entry and immigrate to Canada without a job offer by undertaking Canadian Registration or Licensing of your Profession. For example, Nurses Immigrating to Canada can boost through Express Entry by successfully registering with a Provincial Nursing Authority.

Some other occupations and professions that can Immigrate to Canada without a Job Offer include:

Teachers
Surveyors
Accountants
Doctors
Vets
Dentists
Lawyers
Engineers
and many others

Take our Free Visa Assessment for Further Details

Canada Immigration for Skilled Trades

The Federal Skilled Worker Visa detailed above does not include Skilled Tradespeople who have their very own Federal Skilled Immigration visa class based on the critical demand in Canada for good, highly skilled tradespeople from all over the World.

The visa for Skilled Trades is called the Federal Skilled Trades Visa and the process is identical to the steps outlined above (scroll up if you missed it) except that as a Skilled Tradesperson your previous experience will of course be in a skilled trade.

Most skilled trades require some form of training, knowledge level and competence. In Canada, skilled trades are covered by the Red Seal Program and there is a process with which you can ‘transfer your qualifications from your home country into the Canadian equivalent by undertaking what is called a Red Seal Challenge.

Once an applicants Red Seal Challenge has been approved they will then be boosted through Express Entry into the Federal Skilled Trades Visa class and will be able to immigrate to Canada without a job offer.

Quebec Skilled Immigration Visa

If your Canada Immigration plans include Quebec you must meet the selection criteria of the Province of Quebec:

After an agreement between the Province of Quebec and the Government of Canada, Quebec developed its own selection process for the skilled worker visa category.

If you intend to live in Quebec you will be assessed based on the Quebec Selection criteria and not the evaluation used by CIC. The Quebec Immigration Visa selection is points-based and to qualify for a Quebec Selection Certificate, single applicants must score at least 60 points from ten criteria, while an applicant with a spouse or partner must score 68 points.

Quebec Canada Immigration Points Score

Training and Education (maximum 29 points)
Validated Employment Offer (maximum 10 points)
Points are awarded for having a job offer from Quebec, with extra points awarded for a job offer from outside the metropolitan area of Montreal.
Experience (maximum 9 points)
Age (maximum 18 points)
Full points are awarded for being between the ages of 18-35
Language Proficiency (maximum 22 points)
French is the official language in Quebec and so the Province places emphasis on oral language abilities rather than written tasks. A maximum of 16 points are available for oral interaction in French, with an additional 6 available for spoken English.
Family in Quebec (maximum 9 points)
Partners Characteristics (maximum 18 points)
Points may be awarded for the partners language, education, training, work experience and age
Children (maximum 8 points)
Finances (1 point)
Although only one point is awarded for having sufficient funds for financial self-sufficiency for the first 6 months and Canada Immigration visa application is automatically refused without this criteria.
Adaptability (maximum 8 points)
An overall assessment of the prospective visa holders to adapt to their new life in Quebec

Satisfying these requirements results in the issue of a Quebec Selection Certificate which unlocks Canada immigration to Quebec.

Canada Immigration Provincial Nomination Program

To immigrate to Canada under the Provincial Nominee Program, an applicant must first make representation for a Provincial Nomination Certificate to the provincial government where they intend to ultimately settle.

Each province has different requirements and Provincial nominees receive priority processing for their permanent residency applications. With a Provincial Nomination Certificate in hand Canada Immigration applicants are boosted through the Express Entry Platform into the relevant Permanent Residency Visa stream, without the need for a job offer (although some provinces and occupations do indeed require this to secure the Provincial Nomination in the first instance).

The following provinces currently participating in the Provincial Nomination Program are

Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Saskatchewan
Yukon

Please note that Provincial Canada Immigration nominees are not assessed on the six selection criterias of the Federal Skilled Immigration Program.

Canada Business Immigration Program

The Canada Business Immigration Program is designed for those business people and entrepreneurs who are standing by to contribute to Canadas economy through investment and managerial skills.

Applicants under this category will have the financial resources to strengthen the Canadian economy and facilitate job creation in the Country. Individuals with prior, demonstrable business experience and net worth may apply under one of three categories, each with its own requirements.

Canada Immigration Immigrant Investor Program

Canada Immigration Entrepreneur Visa

The Entrepreneur Visa is aimed at business migrants who plan to have a hands-on role in their contributions to the Canadian economy. The net worth requirements for the Entrepreneur Program are lower at CAD$300,000 and applicants must commit to both managing and owning at least one third of a Canadian business within three years of landing in Canada.

Canada Immigration Self-Employed Program

The Canada Immigration Self-Employed Program is for those applicants who are able willing to support themselves and their dependents through self-employed income. Applicants will need to demonstrate experience, net worth and residual income.

Canadian Experience Class

The Canada Immigration Experience Class Visa is for foreign workers and international students who want to become Canadian Permanent Residents. The visa is based on a simple pass or fail model with different requirements for two separate visa sub categories.

1. International Graduates with Canadian Work Experience
Applicants will be able to demonstrate:

Successfully completing a program of study of at least two academic years at a Canadian educational institution;
Have at least one year of work experience
Average English language skills

2. Temporary Foreign Workers
Applicants will be able to demonstrate:
Average English language skills

Applicants still legally in Canada may apply from within Canada yet applicants no longer in Canada have only one year from the date of leaving in which to lodge their applications.

Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Also known as a work permit, the temporary foreign worker program is a division of Canada Immigration that usually requires a job offer that can only be formalized after the employer obtains a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) from Human Resources and Social Development Canada confirming that the employment will not adversely affect Canadian workers. This is not a hard and fast rule and there are many exceptions. If in doubt take our Free Visa Assessment for the full facts.

US Citizens can often obtain a Canadian work permit without a job offer under the NAFTA Free Trade Agreement Policy.

Can my Partner Join me on my Temporary Foreign Worker Program Visa

Partners of Canadian work permit holders may accompany the work permit holder to Canada. Usually, partners and spouses are eligible to apply for an open work permit in their own right, which allows them to work for any employer in Canada.

Canada Immigration Family Class Sponsorship

The Family Class Sponsorship stream of the Canada Immigration program allows adult Canadian citizens or permanent to sponsor close family members, who wish to immigrate to Canada. In order to successfully sponsor a relative for Family Class immigration the Canadian citizen or permanent resident must undertake via legal declaration to support the family member who wishes to immigrate for up to ten years after their arrival.

This does not mean they will be supporting the family member for between three and ten years as it would be expected that the migrating family member would ultimately be able to support themselves. However, the caveat is put in place as a fall back option. Additionally, the inbound relative must also sign a declaration that they will strive to become self sufficient as soon as possible.

Which family members can sponsor me to Canada?

Spouses or common-law partners
Parents
Grandparents
Dependent children under 22 years of age

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