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Immigrate to Canada as a Lawyers


 FOR Lawyers 2020

Advantages of Moving to Canada as a PR

While there are many benefits that you will receive from moving to Canada as a Permanent Resident, here are some of the major ones:

  • Canada is one of the most liberal countries in the world. It has a very progressive government which is highly welcoming of immigrants from around the world.
  • Canada has a booming economy where there are many working opportunities for professionals with the right qualifications and work experience.
  • Canada has recently announced that it will be inviting as many as 1 million immigrants into the country by 2020. So, the time is ripe for filing an application to move to Canada.
  • Canada offers multiple immigration pathways into the country. So, even if you do not quality for immigration as PR through the national platform, you can apply at the provincial level and get selected for immigration.
  • Canada offers all its Permanent Residents a number of benefits including free healthcare, free education and protection under the law.
  • Canada has one of the best higher education systems in the world. This means that your children will have access to world-class education if you become a Canada PR.
  • Canada is a family-friendly country and this means that it allows families to move there without needing a separate immigration application for each member.
  • Canada already has a very large Indian community spread across the nation and they are known to be very helpful in making new immigrants feel at home.
  • After you have lived in Canada for a minimum of 3 years as a Permanent Resident, you can become a full citizen.
  • Once you become a full Canadian citizen, you can enter politics and hold high-security jobs as well.

So, as you see, the benefits of moving to Canada are many. This is one of the major reasons why Canada is such a popular international immigration destination and also why there is such stiff competition for the limited number of immigration possibilities. Now, let us take a look at the methods by which you can apply for immigration to Canada.

Canada PR Immigration Pathways

As one of the most diverse immigration programs in the world, the IRCC offers multiple immigration pathways for people into the country. However, these can broadly be divided into two categories. These are:

  • Express Entry Program
  • This is the national federal immigration pathway and it offers multiple streams for entry of individuals. Out of the many, the most relevant for Indian citizens who want to move to Canada are:
    • Federal Skilled Worker Program
    • Ever since the establishment of the Express entry program, the FSWP has been the most popular immigration stream into Canada as PR. The reason for this is that it has a very good processing time and a simple, yet effective immigration channel. All you really need for immigration to Canada through this channel is at least a Bachelor’s degree and 1 year of working experience. You will also need a valid job offer from a Canadian employer before your application for immigration is accepted through this channel.

    • Occupation in Demand
    • This iimmigration stream into Canada is relatively new but has become very popular thanks to it allowing working professionals with enough knowledge and work experience to move to Canada without a valid job offer. However, there are a number of things attached to Canada immigration as PR through this stream. These are that you must be working a job which is in high demand in Canada and that you must have enough funds to support yourself and your family for at least 3 to 6 months when you move there. These funds cannot be borrowed and must be available readily through a bank or intermediary.

  • Provincial Nomination Program
  • Despite the Express Entry program providing fair opportunities to all Canada immigration aspirants, a lot of people fail to qualify or simply get left out because of the high competition. However, if you are one of those, then you need not worry. Once you have applied for Canada immigration through Express Entry, you can apply for PNP. The reason why these are so popular is that their immigration criteria is lower than the national one. So, it is easier to get selected for them. This stream also offers two separate immigration pathways like Express Entry which have their own set of requirements. You are advised to consult our Canada immigration experts to know more about PNPs.

So, now we understand that Canada immigration can be accessed through multiple streams. Now, you need to understand how to apply for them so that you get selected. While you can certainly apply on your own, the chances of getting selected are rather low. So, in order to save time and money and guarantee immigration, you should consult with the Canada immigration experts at Nationwide Immigration. Nevertheless, you should also know how the immigration process works yourself. Here is a short intro into the process.

Canada Immigration Requirements 2018

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How to Apply for Canada PR Immigration

Canada is immigration is a rather simple process but because it is simple it is also very competitive. You should read through the following steps thoroughly to understand what you will have you to do apply:

  • First you need to apply for Express Entry. To do this, go to the official IRCC website and make an immigration application. You will be required to provide personal details like age, education, language ability score, work experience etc. You should also have documents to verify all of these as well.
  • Once you have done all this, you will be given a Comprehensive Ranking System or CRS score. This will be the basis for your selection for immigration to Canada. Learn from our experts how you can maximize your CRS score now!
  • Now that you have applied for Express Entry, you will be allowed into the Express Entry job pool. From here, you can make enquiries into Canadian businesses and see if they would like to hire you. Once you get a job offer, your future employers will work from their end to get you into the country.
  • Note that if you applied through the Occupation in-demand stream, then you will not need a job offer. But you should gather liability-free proof of funds to be ready to move as soon as you are selected.
  • Now, let’s consider applying for Canada immigration as a PR through PNPs. We advise you to do this because this will guarantee your immigration to a greater degree. Even if you get rejected in Express Entry, you can still rely on PNPs to get selected.
  • The PNP application process is the same as the Express Entry. Based on the score that you get, the provincial immigration authorities will consider your application and make their selection.
  • Now that all the application process is done, you will need to wait for the next Express Entry draws. If selected, you will get an Invitation to Apply or ITA. You must apply for a PR visa within 90 days of getting the ITA and after you get the visa you will have 1 year to move to Canada.

Now, let us look at how Nationwide Immigration can make Canada immigration happen for you.

Why Choose Nationwide Immigration?

Nationwide Immigration is one of the most successful Canada immigration agencies in India. As industry leaders, we are proud to have helped over 25,000 immigrants move to Canada in just the last 12 years. Our list of services include documentation help, consultation, legal advice, IELTS training, rejection case analysis and every other aspect of immigration that you might need help with. We also have very friendly policies like legal consultation, fair pricing etc. that will ensure you get value for you money. If you want to move to Canada within just 6 to 9 months of applying, then we can make it happen for you! Fill out our free assessment form now and let our experts tell you the best way for you to move to Canada in 2020!

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