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Our dedicated team is here to help you.
Our team of specialists will be happy to help you determine exactly what your best options are to achieve your immigration goals.
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Our dedicated advisors will help you to achieve your immigration goals quicker and efficient way.
Please feel free to take advantage of our free assessment questionnaires listed below.
These are preliminary questionnaires which will allows us to assess and advise regarding the immigration program that meets you needs.
If you feel that you do not fit into any of the listed categories, do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com with the relevant details and we will be glad to assist you in any way possible.
The right Canadian immigration program for you will depend on your qualities, your goals, and your particular situation.
Note for users based in the United States: We encourage you to visit our dedicated page on Moving to Canada from the U.S.
The Canadian federal and provincial governments are constantly updating their programs to ensure that Canadian immigration is successful, both for newcomers and for Canada.
There are currently more than 60 programs available for immigration to Canada. For that reason, everyone's path to Canadian immigration will be unique.
Which Canadian immigration program is best for you?
Express Entry is the new selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada.
Express Entry is a completely electronic process involving the federal government, provincial governments, and Canadian employers.
In order to best serve your needs, please choose whether you are a potential candidate for Canadian immigration or a Canadian employer interested in hiring skilled workers.
Looking to study in Canada?
Canada is home to one of the best school systems in the world.
From elementary school to universities and colleges, language schools to vocational programs, Canadian schools accommodate students of all interests and backgrounds. Individuals who study in Canada receive quality, internationally-respected educations that prepare them for future professional pursuits. This is combined with tuition fees and living costs that are generally lower than in other developed countries.
The number of international students in Canada is over 300,000, a figure that is constantly growing. If you have gained admission to a Canadian educational institution, you may be able to obtain a study permit to study in Canada.
Not only that, but education is also a popular pathway to Canadian permanent residence.
Browse Canadian Schools
Finding a school is the first step in the process of becoming a student in Canada. No matter what your educational goals, Canada has the school for you. Finding the right school, and securing admission, is necessary for obtaining a study permit.
Benefits to studying in Canada
While studying in Canada, international students in Canada may also:
work for up to 20 hours per week while in school, and on a full-time basis during school breaks;
obtain a Post-Graduation Work Permit for the equivalent duration of the studies once the program is successfully completed, allowing students to remain in Canada for many years before becoming a permanent resident;
bring an accompanying spouse or common-law partner to Canada on an open full-time work permit, allowing him or her to work for any employer;
bring accompanying minor children to study in Canada at the same rate that Canadians pay; and
as mentioned above, become eligible for Canadian permanent residence, either through a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), through Quebec's immigration system, or through the Express Entry immigration selection system.
The information, tools and resources linked from this page are designed to help you make an informed decision about your future as an international student in Canada. In the event that you remain unable to find the information you are looking for, however, you are encouraged to contact us with your query.
Settle in Canada
You have prepared the proper immigration forms and received your entry visas to live in Canada, but how do you prepare for what you will face when you arrive?
Our Settle section aims to provide you with the tools, resources, and information needed to ensure your successful integration into Canadian society and the Canadian workforce.
This information will help you make key decisions and address some of the following questions:
- Where will you live?
- How do you apply for health care coverage?
- How do you find work?
- How do you manage finances?
- How do you enter the housing market?
- What sort of weather can be expected?
- How do you get a driver's license?
- Where will your children go to school?
- What do you do in the event of an emergency?
We have designed our content to allow you to easily take advantage of the experience that we've gained over the years by working closely with individuals and families coming to Canada for the first time. We have also developed partnerships with a number of public and private sector institutions and organizations with many years of experience in assisting newcomers to Canada.
If you are still working on applying for the proper visas or permits to come to Canada, please fill out a free assessment to learn more about your options for immigration to Canada
If you have already been approved for permanent residence, or if you are simply interested in coming to Canada on a temporary basis, our site has a number of resources to help you line up a job before coming here. Finding work in Canada ahead of time can fast-track your Canadian immigration application process, as well as prepare you for a quick transition into the Canadian workforce once you arrive. Securing a job can also allow you the freedom to plan for your new life in Canada while having the peace of mind that you are already employed.
In order to help you determine where you would like to live in Canada, we have put together a number of pages about each province and territory in Canada. These pages will introduce you to the economy, geography, culture, politics, health care systems, and education systems of each province and territory.
After four years of living in Canada as a permanent resident, you may qualify to become a Canadian citizen. Learn more about the various aspects of Canadian Citizenship, and see how we can assist with your citizenship application.
Coming to Canada as a permanent or temporary resident might seem intimidating. If you have never been to Canada before, you might expect to face some new situations when you arrive. Fortunately, we have compiled a number of guides to assist you with this process.
Get started by checking out our list of landing guides for individual provinces and territories, or go directly to one of our most popular pages on settlement In Canada.
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