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Are you considering starting a new chapter in a different country in 2023? This year presents exciting possibilities for those looking to relocate.
Let’s explore three main ways to make this dream a reality: Work Visa, Express Entry, and Provincial Programs. We’ll simplify the information for you.
Getting a work visa means you’re coming to Canada to work for some time. You’re on the right path if a Canadian employer offers you a job. Here’s how it works:
After you arrive in Canada, you should become a permanent resident. After working there for a year, you can apply for programs like Express Entry – Canadian Experience Class, Provincial Nominee, Atlantic, or Pilot Programs. They consider your work experience and skills. In fact, after working in Canada for a year, you meet the requirements for many immigration programs and can apply for permanent residency. It’s a way to live in Canada permanently.
But it’s more complicated. For many years, having a job offer from a Canadian employer has been a must to get a work visa and to seek permanent residency. Even though Canada’s economy is doing well and needs foreign workers, finding a job outside the country has always been challenging.
First, you must look for a job in Canada while still in your home country. Second, many international applicants are competing to get a job in Canada.
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When working in Canada, you have several work permit options, each tailored to different needs. Let’s take a closer look at the various types of work permits offered by Canada.
This work permit allows you to work exclusively for the employer who has offered you a job. It’s intended for those with a specific job offer from a Canadian employer.
Freelancers, business owners, and skilled professionals in various fields who can work independently can benefit from the Self-Employed work permit. This permit allows you to work as an independent contractor, giving you control over your work schedule, pay, job location, and the employers you work for. It’s similar to an open work permit.
Entrepreneurs looking to relocate their businesses to Canada or establish/purchase new ones can explore the Entrepreneur work permit. It’s a pathway to turning your business dreams into reality in Canada.
In certain situations, you may qualify for an open work permit. This can be obtained through International Mobility Programs, spousal sponsorship, or if your spouse is a student or worker in Canada. An open work permit allows you to work for any employer in Canada.
Canada offers various work permit options, from job-specific roles to entrepreneurship. By understanding the diverse choices available, you can select the work permit that best aligns with your career goals and personal circumstances.
For many, the ultimate goal when seeking a work permit in Canada is to gain permanent residency. The Canadian Experience gained through a work permit is a reliable path toward achieving Canadian permanent residency and citizenship in the future.
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If you’re looking to move to Canada for good, Express Entry is the route for many interested candidates. It’s like a quick path for skilled workers.
However, it’s not as straightforward as it may seem. Let’s take a closer look at who can participate in this program. As mentioned earlier, eligibility depends on earning enough points to exceed a specific level based on your personal information. Typically, only individuals with a master’s degree, at least 3 years of work experience, fluency in English and French, and those under 30 can use their background details to navigate the immigration process.
A job offer or Canadian work experience can help you settle in Canada more quickly. It demonstrates your place in the workforce and your ability to contribute to the country’s growth. This is what immigration authorities are looking for in potential immigrants.
Did you know that having a job offer from a Canadian employer can increase your points in the Express Entry system? Surprisingly, you don’t need to be in Canada or start working immediately. In some cases, having a job offer and a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) may be enough to meet the Express Entry requirements and apply for permanent residency.
A valid job offer from a Canadian employer is like having an advantage in the Express Entry system. It gives you more points, improving your rankings. The higher your rank, the better your chances of receiving an invitation to apply for permanent residency. If you’re considering Canada as your new home, securing a job offer could be the key to your path to permanent residence.
All Canadian provinces have programs that allow them to select immigrants based on local needs. A job offer is a requirement to receive an invitation for permanent residency from a region.
With a valid job offer, you can apply for a work visa. After working in Canada for one year, you have the best chance of obtaining permanent residency.
Securing a job offer can give you a significant advantage if you consider Canada your new home through Express Entry. It’s a ticket to more points, potential provincial nomination, and a smoother settlement. As you prepare your Express Entry application, consider aiming for that job offer – it could be the key to starting a new and promising chapter in Canada.
Canada is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories, most of which have their own immigration programs. Immigrating through provincial programs can be a promising path. While Express Entry is the preferred choice due to its speed, provincial programs are a great option if you can’t qualify for Express Entry.
Provincial programs are unique pathways that various Canadian provinces offer to attract immigrants based on their specific needs, in exchange for your commitment to live and work in a particular province. These programs can be your way to immigrate to Canada, even if you don’t meet the criteria for federal programs like Express Entry.
Many provinces are looking for skilled workers in particular fields. Your occupation can significantly affect your eligibility.
Having a job offer can streamline your path to permanent residency. Provincial programs often prioritize candidates with job offers, making it easier for you to settle in the province and enjoy its benefits sooner. A job offer isn’t just a work contract; it’s a key that unlocks numerous advantages in the Canadian immigration process through provincial programs. It improves your chances of nomination and permanent residency, aligns you with local needs, and offers a flexible route to settling in Canada.
Showing a genuine intention to live and work in the chosen province is crucial. Having family or previous education there can be a significant advantage.
The ability to communicate in English or French is a requirement, as it demonstrates your ability to integrate into Canadian society.
Relevant work experience in the province’s targeted industries can strengthen your application.
Moving to Canada from another country is an exciting journey. A work visa is your entry point if you want to work for a temporary period. If you dream of making Canada your permanent home, Express Entry or a Provincial Program is your pathway. Whichever route you choose, Canada is ready to welcome you with open arms. Get ready to embark on a new adventure, meet new people, and build a brighter future in the land of maple leaves and endless possibilities.
While it’s possible to handle the immigration process independently, when dealing with the complexities of Canada’s immigration system and entering the Canadian job market from afar, a licensed and experienced consultant can be your guiding light.
Our consultants will assess your potential through all possible immigration pathways and provide you with opportunities in less than 24 hours.
We will guide you through the process, highlight essential factors, discuss potential challenges, and offer solutions.
Our specialization is business, student, direct immigration, and job offer-based immigration programs: Work Visa, Express Entry, Provincial Programs, and International Mobility Streams. We can assist you with any of these programs.
As a licensed immigration company, we take full responsibility for the chosen strategy and our professional services for you to achieve permanent residency or a work visa.
If we cannot deliver, we don’t start your immigration process, and you won’t be charged a fee.
With our extensive experience, comprehensive services, and unwavering commitment, we’re here to guide you toward a successful and seamless transition to your new life in Canada.
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Review your information within 24 hours and schedule a free of charge call with our specialist to discuss the programs matched to your background, visa process, and your employment or business opportunities.
Familiarize yourself with the process and assign Green Light your representative for the job match and visa processes.
Assign a personal case manager from our team to help and guide you through the paperwork for the visa process.
Match your candidature with an employer who would be interested in your application for their vacancies and start the LMIA and Visa Process.
Provide the documents according to the checklist given by our case manager (the documents required from your side to be submitted to the embassy or immigration authorities).
Submit the completed application to the embassy/visa office, obtain the file number, and handle the process and requests from the authorities.
Pass the medical examination, submit your passport to the embassy/visa office, and arrive in Canada.
The cost of our services varies between programs, usually ranging from USD$ 8,000 to $15,000. This depends on the immigration program of choice, your family composition, citizenship, and other factors. Payments are made in installments based on our agreement.
Exact costs are provided after our team evaluates your immigration strategy and decides on the best program matched with your background.
Our visa services need to be covered by clients before coming to Canada.
Note that neither the Canadian government, our company, nor an employer sponsors the visa process.
Payments are flexible, with 3 to 5 installments, depending on the program and milestones of your case. This approach ensures your process is smooth and secure. Installments are spaced 2 to 4 months apart.
Immigration/visa processes usually take 3-18 months on average, varying by program. While no one can guarantee you a job or visa, our 90%+ success rate demonstrates our commitment to guiding you through the process.
Important! We're dedicated to the Zero Risk Policy. We take full responsibility for the chosen strategy and our professional services in order for you to achieve the permanent residency or work visa. For example, for the job offer based streams, if we don't succeed to assist you to get matched with the employer and obtain a job offer within 3 months, we don't start your visa process and you'll receive a full refund.
Permanent Residency Application is a family application, so of course the whole family can immigrate together. For the work visa, your spouse and kids can travel to Canada with you as well. Your spouse can get an open work permit and the whole family can access government health insurance, and your children can enjoy free Canadian Education.
Knowing either English or French is essential for a work visa. Requirements vary by program. Generally, you should communicate functionally to apply for a work visa or permanent residency.