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Canada immigration is seeing a lot of changes

  Canada immigration is seeing a lot of changes. There was a time, when immigration process was done based on first come first service basis. However, since the time  Express Entry Program   has been initiated and since the introduction of Expression of Interest, the applications are subject to granting of score, based on which the profiles are ranked and only the top ranked profiles are considered for further processing. It could be challenging for the first timers to apply as it might seem overwhelming. It requires time, money and effort to apply for immigrations and a lot of dedication towards the same. With EOI system in place, the number of rejections has also increased. There is a higher risk for independent applicants to get rejected due to minor flaws in the application process. To ensure you reach your goal of achieving  Canada PR   in the right manner, it is important that you take the right path without many flinches in the same. When examining the distribution of people who
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Canada Immigration | How to Immigrate to Canada from India

Immigration candidates have more than 100 different permanent residence pathways to choose from when immigrating to Canada. India is the number one source country for immigrants coming from overseas to Canada. There were about 1,374,710 people of Indian origin in Canada in 2016, according to the census. Since then, the number of Indian immigrants has increased substantially over the last few years. In 2019, Indian citizens accounted for a quarter of the 341,000 immigrants who were welcomed by Canada. In 2015, Indian citizens made up just 14 per cent of Canada’s immigrants. When examining the distribution of people who applied through the Express Entry system, Indians accounted for almost half of the principal applicants who were invited to apply for permanent residence between 2017 and 2019. By comparison, only 7 per cent of invitations were issued to immigrants from Nigeria and China, the second and third most common source countries of Canadian immigrants. Though Express Entry is the

British Columbia holds largest Immigration Draw of 2020 || Canada Immigration

British Columbia New Invitations  British Columbia issued 450 permanent residence invitations on September 29, its largest draw of this year. British Columbia issued 450 new invitations to apply for a provincial nomination in a draw that took place on September 29. This was the province’s largest draw of 2020, surpassing the over 430 invitations it issued in its September 1st draw. Today’s Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw saw invitations go to Skilled Worker and International Graduate candidates in both the Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration (SI) streams. The EEBC category is for candidates with a valid profile in the federal government’s Express Entry system, which is Canada’s main pathway for skilled immigrants who are hoping to obtain Canadian permanent residence. The SI category is for skilled and semi-skilled workers whose occupations are in high demand in the province of B.C. The minimum score requirements in today’s draw ranged between 75 and 94 points for the f

How to sponsor your partner for Canadian immigration || Move in Canada

Spousal Sponsorship Applications With Canada aiming to expedite 18,000 spousal sponsorship applications by the end of 2020, here is a step-by-step guide on how to submit an application to reunite with your loved one. Canada is aiming to expedite the processing of 18,000 spousal sponsorship applications by the end of this year. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) made this significant announcement on Thursday, outlining the innovative steps it is taking to try and reunite loved ones as quickly as possible. In recent years, Canada has been targeting some 70,000 new immigrants to obtain permanent residence each year under its spousal, partner, and children family class sponsorship category. This is due to the Canadian government viewing family reunification as a top priority. Spousal sponsorship application processing has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, however the new measures announced by IRCC should help to alleviate backlogs. About the process Canadian ci

Move to Canada as a Self-Employed Worker || Canada Immigration

What does it mean to be a self-employed worker? There are several immigration programs to Canada, such as Federal Skilled Worker, Canadian Experience Class, Atlantic Programs, StartUp Visa, and our theme today is the self-employed program, a program aimed at those who work as freelancers in the fields of Culture, arts and sports. By definition, a self-employed person is a service provider who does not have an employment relationship, or an individual who exercises some economic activity on his own. However, not all self-employed people are eligible to immigrate to Canada through the Self-Employed program, which can be confusing for many. To immigrate to Canada as a self-employed person through the self-employed program, you must have experience as a self-employed person in areas related to cultural, arts and sports activities. Such experience must be relevant in a way that makes it clear that you are able to perform this role independently in Canada. How do I know if I am eligible for

Express Entry Draw || Ontario PNP invites 703 Express Entry candidates

ONTARIO  Ontario invited 703 Express Entry candidates with work experience in targeted occupations on August 26. Express Entry Draw Express Entry candidates needed a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score between 466 and 475 to be invited in the latest invitation round. If they successfully receive the nomination, they will automatically be awarded an additional 600 CRS points, which will effectively guarantee them an Invitation to Apply in a subsequent Express Entry draw. This goes for any successful candidates of a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) invited candidates to apply for a provincial nomination if they had work experience in one of the following occupations: Financial managers NOC 0111 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers NOC 0124 Corporate sales managers NOC 0601 Financial auditors and accountants NOC 1111 Other financial officers NOC 1114 Professional occupations in business management consulting NOC 1122 Regi

Migrate to Canada || Immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer || Canada Immigration

Migrate Canada - Immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer How to Immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer This article describes in detail how to Immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer with or without a Job offer. There are thousands of Lawyers just like you emigrating to Canada next year. Find out how to join them. With the right Legal skills, Canada Wants You! Can I immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer? If you’re looking to immigrate to Canada as a Lawyer you’re in luck! Lawyers are in demand right across Canada and you may be able to secure a Canadian Permanent Residency Visa either with or without a job offer.  If you are a Lawyer and have been working as a Lawyer you may qualify to immigrate to Canada. Migrate to Canada as a Lawyer Every occupation on the Canada NOC List is assigned an immigration code and the code for those looking to emigrate to Canada as a Lawyer. This is also known as the NOC Code for a Solicitor. No doubt you will have read online that having a job offer to move to Canada is a prerequisit