There are various programs under which you may qualify for Canadian immigration, but it’s important to identify the best one for your particular situation. Take a FREE assessment and we will help you narrow down your choices for immigration to Canada.
Spouse, parents and relatives Sponsorship
To be eligible for Family Class Sponsorship, individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada must have a close relative willing to sponsor them and that relative must either be a Canadian citizen or a Canadian Permanent Resident. To qualify under Canada Family Class Sponsorship: The relationship between the Sponsor and the Sponsored Person (the Family Class immigrant) must be one of the following: Spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner; or Parent or grandparent; or Dependent child; or Brother, sister, nephew, niece, or grandchild who is orphaned, under 18 years of age and not married or in a common-law relationship; or Intended adopted child under 18 years of age; or Other relative, if the Sponsor has no relative listed above and no relatives who are Canadian citizens or Canadian Permanent Residents (limited to one relative only). The Sponsored Person must have a Sponsor who: Is a Canadian citizen or a Canadian Permanent Resident; and Meets the family class sponsorship requirements.
Provincial Nomination Programs
The Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) allows provinces to nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and who are interested in settling in a particular province. Provincial Nomination is an important fast-track option for Canadian Permanent Residency. Each Canadian province and one territory have their own unique Provincial Nomination Programs (except for Quebec, which has a different selection system). Provincial and territorial governments have been using these programs to more effectively and efficiently welcome newcomers to their region. Each PNP is tailored to the province’s/territory’s specific needs to select nominees who will be able to settle into life and work in the region and to effectively contribute to the community.
Canada Skilled Worker Immigration
One of the objectives of Canadian immigration is to welcome skilled newcomers who will contribute to Canada’s growing economy. Skilled workers that settle in Canada on a permanent basis are especially valuable to the Canadian workforce. Successful applicants of the Skilled Worker Immigration programs wil receive a Canadian Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa. As a skilled worker or professional, there are several options for you to consider. You can either apply under the federal program or, if you know which province/territory in which you plan to reside, you can make your application through one of the provincial programs. Federal Skilled Worker: For skilled worker applicants who intend to reside in any province or territory, except Quebec Quebec Skilled Worker: For skilled worker applicants who wish to immigrate the Province of Quebec Provincial Nomination Programs (PNP) Skilled Worker: Many Canadian provinces have created specific skilled worker programs for those intending to live and work in their particular province or territory. These are fast-track Canadian Immigration (Permanent Residency) programs. Canadian employers are actively seeking foreign skilled workers to join their workforce. If you can obtain a job offer from a Canadian employer, you may qualify for fast-track Canadian immigration application processing.
If you are a business person or manager looking to immigrate to Canada, the Business/Investor Immigration Program may be an important fast-track Canadian immigration option for you.Business Immigration seeks to attract individuals with business and/or managerial experience who will contribute to the development of the Canadian economy. If you’re looking to make an investment in Canada or to start/acquire a business in Canada, there are several avenues for you to choose from. You can either apply under the federal program or, if you know which province/territory in which you plan to reside, you can make your business immigration investment through one of the provincial business immigration programs.