Here are 5 Easy Ways To Migrate To Canada! Canada is a popular destination with international migrants due to its strong economy and high quality of life. Many people don’t necessarily settle down in their homeland or the Country they are born in.
The Canadian government’s policies with a friendly environment, excellent educational system and access to free basic healthcare among others are factors that will always attract people to the country anytime any day.
The Country is also known as one of the safest destination in the world and the number One ranked country in terms of personal freedom. There are many easy ways a person can move to Canada. Each immigration program has its own requirements and eligibility criteria.
Let’s take a look at the five (5) easy ways to migrate to Canada.
- Express Entry
- Self-Employed Program
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
- Quebec-Selected Skilled Worker Program
- Family Sponsored Visa Program
1. Express Entry
This program is for skilled immigrants who desire to settle permanently in Canada. There are three immigration programs an individual can choose from under Express Entry to migrate to Canada, which include the Federal skilled worker program, Federal skilled trades program and Canadian experience class.
Basically, the minimum requirements needed to migrate to Canada through these programs are age, language skills, education, work experience, arranged employment in Canada and adaptability. An applicant must also achieve a minimum level of CLB 5 or NCLC 5 for the Federal skilled worker program category.
2. Self-Employed Program
If you want to be self-employed in Canada you can apply to migrate to Canada through this category. To be eligible you must:
- You must have a minimum two (2) years relevant experience in the 5 years prior to applying.
- You must Intend to be self-employed in Canada.
- You must meet the selection criteria for self-employed people by scoring a minimum of 35 points on CRS ranking.
- You must be in good health, have a good character and be financially self-sufficient.
3. Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
To immigrate to Canada via the PNP the candidates must first apply for nomination to the desired province. Once nominated, they can then apply for permanent residency to the IRCC.
Each province in Canada has its own eligibility criteria for the program. While some provinces run Express Entry programs. Other provinces may design their programs to attract students and business people, The others may target skilled or semi-skilled workers.
4. Quebec-Selected Skilled Worker Program
The Quebec province has its own criteria for immigration. There are two (2) stages under this program.
Stage 1: Candidate can apply for the government of Quebec for a certificate of selection showing that you have been accepted as an immigrant.
Stage 2: Candidate can apply to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence.
5. Family Sponsored Visa Program
Canadian citizens, permanent residents can sponsor their spouse or other family members under this program. In the case of a conjugal partner, the relationship should have lasted for a minimum of one year. An applicant’s dependent children can also be sponsored to migrate to Canada in this category of visa program.