Immigration to Canada
Federal Skilled Worker: Federal Skilled Worker applications are assessed based on an applicant's ability to become economically established upon immigration to Canada
Federal Skilled Trade Worker: The Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) allows individuals with job offers or appropriate certification to work in certain occupations to obtain Canadian permanent residence in any Canadian province or territory other than Quebec.
Quebec Immigration - Skilled Worker Program: Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants who intend to reside in Montreal or in another city or region within the province of Quebec are assessed under a different system than applicants who wish to settle elsewhere in Canada. This is done through what the government of Quebec calls its 'Regular Skilled Worker Program', otherwise known as the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).
Canadian Experience Class: Temporary foreign workers are ideal candidates for Canadian immigration (permanent residence). Having obtained Canadian work experience, these individuals have already settled into Canadian society and established important networks in their communities and their careers
Quebec Experience Class (PEQ): If you have studied or worked in the province of Quebec, you may be eligible to immigrate under this fast-track Canadian immigration program.
Provincial Nominee Programs: Provincial nomination is an important fast-track option for Canadian permanent residence. Each Canadian province (except Quebec, which has a different selection system), Provincial and territorial governments have been using these programs to more effectively and efficiently welcome newcomers to their region. Each PNP is tailored to the province's/territory's specific needs to select nominees who will be able to settle into life and work in the region and to effectively contribute to the community. As of 2015, most PNPs contain at least one immigration stream aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program: The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is a new feature in the Canadian immigration landscape for 2017. Through this program, the federal government together with the governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island aim to welcome newcomers and their families to the Atlantic region of Eastern Canada in 2017. This is an employer-driven program, with significant involvement from employers in the provinces.
Family Sponsorship: The Canadian government offers a number of ways to allow this dream to become a reality under its Family Class Sponsorship class. There are a number of relationships that qualify for Family Class Sponsorship, including spouses and common-law partners, parents and grandparents, dependent children
Business Investor: If you are a business person or manager looking to immigrate to Canada, the Business/Investor Immigration Programs may be an important fast-track Canadian immigration option for you. If you're looking to make an investment in Canada or to start/acquire a business in Canada, there may be several avenues for you to choose from, there are different investor or entrepreneur options under the provincial business immigration programs as well, please fill the assessment form.
REFUGEES: The Canadian refugee system has two main parts; the Refugee and Humanitarian Resettlement Program, for people who need protection from outside Canada and the In-Canada Asylum Program for people making refugee protection claims from within Canada
H & C APPLICATION: Humanitarian and compassionate (H&C) consideration, under A25 and A25.1 of the IRPA, provides the flexibility to grant permanent residence status or a permanent resident visa to certain foreign nationals who would otherwise not qualify in any class, in cases in which there are compelling H&C grounds. Applicants may make submissions on any facts affecting their personal circumstances that they believe are relevant to their request for H&C consideration