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Migrate to Canada

Migrate to Canada

People who have never been to Canada often have an image of it as the land of snow and hockey. What they find when they come to the country is quite different. Polar bears stick to the northern regions and there are beautiful seasons other than winter in Canada. Hockey is Canada's national game but there are a thousand other sports and activities to choose from—some on sunny beaches, some near vast lakes or oceans, and some in the midst of busy modern cities.

Canada is a land of rich diversity, encompassing urban sophistication and abundant nature and wildlife. It is safe yet also exciting; stable yet also filled with adventure. It features cutting-edge technology, inspiring cultural icons, and a vibrant society that is open to everyone. Canadians tend to be modern, welcoming, and open-minded.

Across Canada are examples of excellence, innovation, and beauty, all of which—along with top-notch educational institutions—make Canada one of the leading study abroad destinations in the world.

Canada Is a Highly Competitive Economy

Canada has one of the world’s most stable economies. Canada also boasts one of the fastest economic growth rates among the G8 countries, and the International Monetary Fund predicts this trend to continue. The OECD has recently predicted that Canada will lead G-7 growth in the next 50 years. Moreover, Canada ranks:

In the top 15 most competitive economies in the world (Source: Conference Board);
2nd of the G-7 countries in ability to attract long-term business investment due to sound economic infrastructure (Source: Global Infrastructure Investment Index);
1st among G8 countries for “soundest banking system” (Source: World Economic Forum);
In the top 10 of best places to do business in the world (Source: Forbes).

Canada Is a Wonderful Place to Live and Study

Since 2004, the United Nations has regularly ranked Canada in the top 10 countries in the world in its Quality of Life Index. Combining excellent educational institutions, an innovative economy, a tolerant and safe culture, and extraordinary beauty, Canada is an ideal destination for international students. In addition, praised for their overall stability, multiculturalism, clean environments, and world-class healthcare, and education systems, Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto are ranked fourth, sixth and seventh, respectively, in the 2018 Economist Intelligence Unit ranking of the world’s most livable cities.

There are 10 Canadian provinces, with three territories to the north. The provinces are, in alphabetical order:

Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan

To travel to Canada you can apply to one of the following visas

  • Canada Permanent Residence Visa
  • Visitor Visa
  • Canada Express Visa
  • Canada Working Holiday Visa or A Student Visa

For more info regarding Canada Migration or to know your eligibility call - 0403 928 490
or visit Level 2, 90 King William St. Adelaide SA 5000

Canada Immigration Programs from overseas

How this program works

This program has minimum requirements for:

  • skilled work experience(min 1 year or 1560 hours total
  • language ability(CLB 7 which is 6 band each)
  • education(Education Credential Assessment)

You must meet all the minimum requirements to be eligible.

Selection factors

If you meet all the minimum requirements,then your application is being assessed based on:

  • age
  • education
  • work experience
  • whether you have a valid job offer
  • English and/or French language skills
  • adaptability (how well you’re likely to settle here)

These factors are part of a 100-point grid used to assess eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. You earn points for how well you do in each of the 6 factors.

The current pass mark is 67 points.

This program is for workers who:

  • have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of a specific province or territory
  • want to live in that province, and
  • want to become permanent residents of Canada

Each province and territory has its own “streams” (immigration programs that target certain groups) and requirements. For example, in a program stream, provinces and territories may target:

  • students
  • business people
  • skilled workers
  • semi-skilled workers