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In 2021, Canada is hoping to welcome up to 410,000 new permanent residents to the country. In addition, Canada will welcome many thousands of temporary residents throughout the year, from those visiting on holiday to those who will be looking for longer stay as international students or temporary workers. This seminar will give you an overview of the most popular temporary and permanent visa programs available.
The seminar will review the Family Sponsorship category and which family members are eligible to sponsor you.
10 provinces and 2 of Canada’s territories have established nomination streams which enable them to nominate eligible candidates who have the skills and experience their economy needs. Find out about the available streams and how they can facilitate your immigration to Canada.
There are currently over 94,000 job postings in Canada, but how do you secure one of them? During the seminar we will explain why you may need a job to come to Canada, how to find employment, and what criteria the employer will need to meet in order to hire you. This is a place to start preparations for your employment search.
Remember those halcyon student days? Study in Canada: get a Canadian qualification and the potential to apply for permanent residency in Canada. We will explain how to qualify as an international student, and what happens once you graduate. We will also provide information on how your family members can come to Canada with you while you study!
The largest, and hence most popular, immigration category. We will explain how you can qualify as a Skilled Worker and what Express Entry really is.
Canada is the world’s second largest country with a population of only 37 million, so there is lots of space for budding entrepreneurs. Whether you want to set up your own business or invest in an established business, there are opportunities for you across the country. Learn more about how business can be a key factor in your permanent residency application.