Immigrate to canada

There are over 68 different Canadian immigration programs that are available for persons all around the world to move to Canada. From these more than 68 options, the best immigration pathway available to a person will depend on the person’s credentials, circumstances, and other personal as well as career interests.

A person’s immigration to Canada can depend on several factors. Whilst the criteria/conditions stipulated by IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) for different immigration categories and programs are different, it takes a well-studied approach to identify and choose the best immigration pathway applicable for an individual.

For example, if you are a person with skills and work experience, then the Federal or Quebec Skilled Worker programs would be your ideal immigration option. However, if you have studied or worked in Canada, then the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) or the Quebec Experience program (PEQ) would be the best option available for you. If you have a specific interest in a province or territory in Canada, then the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) might offer a fast-track Canadian immigration option for you.

If you are a person with Business Plans or business interests in Canada, then the Express Immigration Programs (With PR) would be the best option available for you and your family. If you are a Self-Employed person, then the Federal or Quebec Self-Employed Persons program would be the ideal immigration option. Nonetheless, if any designated employer in any business or company in any of Canada’s Atlantic provinces (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island) can offer you a job, then you may not have to think about any other options because the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is by default a fast-forward Canadian immigration program. This is because the employer doesn’t have to apply for the LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment) if hiring a foreign worker through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP).

If you are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada, then the government of Canada offers several Family Class Sponsorship programs through which you could sponsor your family members and loved ones for Canadian permanent residency.

In most of the cases, the contributing/deciding factors can be classified broadly into three. They are:

  • The person’s credentials: These would be education qualification(s), language test report(s), total years of work experience, etc.
  • The person’s circumstances: These would be age, marital status, medical condition, number of children (dependents), etc.
  • The person’s interests: If a person has a relative in a province or territory in Canada, then he or she may benefit from that aspect in certain situations if they have an interest to settle in that specific province or territory.

Whatever be your circumstances, Dr. Joe Greenholtz and his team of Canadian immigration experts will be happy to work with you to identify the best immigration pathway available to you and family. Start your free assessment to see all your Canadian immigration options.

Available Canadian immigration programs

Skilled Workers

These programs are based on the candidate’s age, work experience, education, and a few other factors also.

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Express Immigration with PR

These are fast-tracked programs for candidates with business ownership or managerial experience.

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Investors and Entrepreneurs

These programs are for candidates with business or investment interests in Canada.

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Family Class Sponsorship

These programs are for candidates who have close relatives in Canada.

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Self-Employed Persons

These programs are for candidates who are self-employed.

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Canadian Experience Class

These programs are for candidates who have studied or worked in Canada before.

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Quebec Experience Class

These programs are for candidates who have studied or worked in the Canadian province of Quebec.

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Provincial Nominee

These programs are for candidates who have an interest in a specific Canadian province or territory.

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Atlantic Immigration Pilot

These are employer-driven programs aimed at increasing the immigration levels of Canada’s Atlantic provinces.

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