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Canada Immigration

7 Step Canada Immigration (PR) Process

Step 1: Language Proficiency Requirements

i) IELTS-International English language Testing System: The IELTS test is administered to test the language proficiency skills of the candidate in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. IELTS scores are required to prove the language proficiency required for processing work visas. A score of 7 is required for processing a work visa. Please note IELTS scores are valid for a period of 2 years

ii) French: Do you know French is the official language of Canada? if you have fluency in French it will increase your job opportunities in Canada, another encouraging fact is bilinguals are paid more in Canada. Proficiency in French helps you to earn additional points in the immigration process (it is not compulsory), it also helps to settle quickly in the working environment where the medium of communication is French. French is also called a language for the international job market.

Step 2: Educational Credential Assessment (ECA):

To verify that your education credentials are valid and are equal to Canadian education credentials. ECA is used for most of the federal economic immigration schemes. ECA compares your education to its Canadian equivalent.

World Education Services (WES) is designated by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECAs). A WES ECA is valid for five years from the date of issue.

Step 3: Profile Creation for Invitation to Apply (ITA):

Profile creation is an important aspect of the immigration process, specify your NOC code which represents the type of job you are looking for in Canada.

Step 4: Making Documents Ready:

Start well in advance making the documents ready as this is a lengthy process that can consume a lot of time, given below is the list of documents required for Canadian immigration.

i).Passport: Issues by the Government and having a validity period of at least 6 months while you are traveling.

ii). Education Credentials Assessment (ECA) Report: please refer to step 2 of the immigration process

iii).Proof of Funds: Proof of funds will show your Financial ability to qualify for immigration. You can show a Letter from the Bank (Letter Head), Copy of an Online Bank Statement for a period of one year. Currently, the amount of funds to be shown are mentioned below

One Family Member CD $12,960, Two Family Members CD $16,135, Three Family Members CD $19,836, Four Family Members CD $24,083

iv) Language Test Score (IELTS + French added advantage) : please refer step 1 of immigration process

v) Offer Letter from a Canadian Employer(Optional): If you have already worked in Canada either full-time or part-time

vi) Marriage Certificate or Divorce Certificate (if applicable): It is a valid legal document issued by the local government authorities, confirming the marital status of the couple.

vii) Your Personal Reference Code: A unique PRC code assigned to you for the application process.

viii) Job Seeker Validation Code: A four-digit code generated by the system, also called as National Occupation Classification (NOC) code, is the number the job is listed under in Canada’s official job classification system.

ix).Medical Report: Medical report shows your physical fitness for immigration, a medical examination should be done by a panel-approved physician. Physical examination like eye, nose, heart, lungs, and other organ check-ups and lab tests like Chest X-rays, Blood tests for HIV and Syphilis, Urine tests, etc. are performed.

x).Birth Certificate: It is a valid document issued by local government authorities confirming the registration of birth, you can also submit-secondary, matriculation, or school leaving certificates as proof of birth.

xi).Photographs: Two Photographs, taken within the last 6 months, must be original and not altered in any way or taken from an existing photograph.

xii).Police Verification Report (from all the places you lived in the last 10 years)

xiii) Letter from previous Employers

a) Offer Letter: Offer letters where you have worked all through your career

b) Experience Letter: Experience letters are very useful which will speak about professional skills

c) Reference Letter: A good reference letter will create a positive impact on your skills and achievements, collect reference letters that are relevant (NOC Code) to your career from the immediate superior who can speak about your skills and achievements.

Step 5: Receive Invitation to Apply (ITA):

ITA is the document issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to the candidates in Express Entry Pool, only the most competitive candidates receive ITA's. the candidate can apply under any specific class i.e provincial nominee class (PNC), Canadian experience class (CEC), federal skilled worker class (FSWC), federal skilled trades class (FSTC).

Upon receipt of the ITA, the candidate has 60 days duration to submit a complete application.

Step 6: Medical + Submit Documents:

Please refer to step 4 xi of the immigration process

Step 7: Visa Stamping:

This is the final stage of your immigration process, receive visa stamping and land in Canada, Congrats!!

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Requirements for Canada PR

Age under 40 years

Bachelor´s degree in any stream

A work experience of min 2 yrs

Ability to speak, read and write English

A score of 67 points in the Canada's Points based immigration selection system

No criminal history

Good health

Canada Postgraduate Work Permit

Canada: Postgraduate Work-Permit (PGWP)

People who are above 45+ age with all their qualifications and experience may not get a work permit to work in Canada, but don't lose your heart, Postgraduate Work-Permit is the saving mantra.

Let us look into, What is Postgraduate Work-Permit?

The postgraduation work permit allows students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to gain valuable Canadian work experience. The experience which you have gained through postgraduate work permit may help you to become permanent resident of Canada.

What is the duration of the Postgraduate Work-Permit?

The duration of the postgraduate work permit is for a period of minimum 8 months to maximum up to 3 years based on the duration of the program of study in Canada. To get the postgraduate work permit make sure the program you choose and the institute you choose should be listed in the Designated Learning Institutes of Canada.

Postgraduate Work-Permit Duration

Canada Postgraduate Work Permit Duration

What is the Designated Learning Institute (DLI)?

A designated learning institute is the institute that admits international students, all the primary and secondary schools in Canada are designated learning schools and post-secondary institutions who have permission to admit international students come under designated learning institutions.

What are the Postgraduate work-permit eligible institutions?

A public post-secondary institution, such as a college, a trade or technical school, a university CEGEP (in Quebec). A private post-secondary institution that operates under the same rules and regulations as public institutions in Quebec. A private secondary or post-secondary institution in Quebec offering qualifying programs of 900 hours or longer leading to a diploma of vocational studies (DVS). An attestation of vocational specialization (AVS).

What are the Postgraduate work-permit eligible programs?

There is a huge list of programs and institutions which cannot be listed here, please contact us for more details.

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Visa for Canada

Express Entry Program

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

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