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Canadian PR Visa For Nurses 2020

Canadian PR Visa for Nurses 2020

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Canada PR Visa Process for Nurses 2020

Canada is a dream immigration destination for many people across the world. Its booming economy and amazing civil liberties make it one of the best places to live in. Recently, Canada has begun a drive for recruiting experienced professionals from all over the world in various fields. Nursing is one such field which, along with other medical professions, is in very high demand. That is why many nursing professionals from India are racing to apply for immigration to Canada. Are you someone who wants to move to Canada and start a new life there? Then you must read through this article to find out what opportunities lie in wait for you there!


Why Choose Canada?

There are many reasons which have together made Canada one of the most sought-after international immigration destinations in the world. These include:

  • Canada is a very liberal country where immigrants are treated equally and there are no incidences of violence against them of any kind.
  • Canada already has a very large international immigrant community. Among them, Indians make up for a significant portion and they are known to be very supportive of new immigrants who move to Canada.
  • You can move to Canada with a PR or Permanent Resident Visa. This means that you get to enjoy almost all the benefits enjoyed by naturalized citizens of Canada.
  • Canada offers free healthcare and free education to all its PRs and citizens.
  • Canada has a booming economy where opportunities are plenty for those with enough experience and skill.
  • Though it is recommended that you move to Canada with a job offer, you can also choose to move to Canada without a job offer should your profession be in high demand.
  • Canada offers multiple pathways for immigration ranging from the federal Express Entry program to the provincial nomination programs  of individual provinces.

So, as you can probably see, Canada is a great country to consider moving to particularly if you belong to the nursing profession. Provided you have the right work experience and make the right document submissions, you can move to Canada in just under a year!

Now, let’s have a look at the various immigration pathways into Canada ideal for Nurses:

Canada PR Visa from India for Nurses in 2020

Canada is one of those nations where the growth never seems to slow down. It is also a country where a lot of the working population is growing older and thus, there is an acute need for knowledgeable nursing professionals who can take up important positions in the regional and national healthcare system. Broadly speaking, there are two immigration systems that nurses who want to move to Canada in 2020 can choose to opt for. These are:

Let’s look at each of these in detail.

Express Entry Program for Nurses in 2020

The Express Entry program offers multiple pathways for immigration to Canada for as PR in 2020. Out of these, the most relevant for nurses are:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • The federal skilled worker program is meant for those nurses who have at least 1 year of relevant working experience and have secured a job with a healthcare institution in Canada. You will have to go through a simple procedure to apply. Go to the website of the IRCC and fill up the express entry form. Here, you will need to provide particular details about yourself like age, educational qualification, work experience etc. Once you have filled up the required particulars, you will be given a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. This score is going to be the basis of your selection for immigration to Canada in 2019. So, when the Express Entry draws take place (they happen once every 15 days), if your CRS score is above the cut off, you can apply for Canada immigration in 2020.
  • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
  • This immigration pathway as PR is meant for those who have previous working experience in Canada. So, this is not the most popular immigration pathway although you can still apply though it. Consult our Canada immigration experts to know how to apply through this pathway if you have already worked in Canada before.

In addition to these two streams at the national level, there is one more immigration pathway called the Occupation in-Demand steam. This steam is meant for those nursing professionals who have enough working experience to secure a job once they move over to Canada.

To apply through the OID stream, you should check out the National Occupations Classification table. It has a list of all the occupations that are in high demand in Canada at the moment. Since we already know that nurses are highly demanded in Canada, you need to check for immigration at the national level.

However, if you want to move to a particular province in Canada like Nova Scotia or British Columbia, then you can check out the demand for nursing professionals in that particular state.

Now, let’s have a look at the provincial immigration pathway offered by each province of Canada and what are your chances of moving there with or without a job.

Provincial Nomination Program for Nurses in 2020

Each and every province of Canada has its own immigration pathway called the Provincial Nomination Program. This pathway also offers two sub-categories – the regular pathway and the occupation in-demand stream. Just as with the Express Entry program, you will have to fill up an online immigration form and on the basis of your score, you might receive a PNP nomination.

Similarly, the occupation in-demand category also requires you to fill up the online form and show that you have enough experience and qualification to find work in the particular province once you move there.  To find out if the nursing profession is in high-demand in the particular province of Canada you want to move to, you should check out the NOC list of that particular province.

It is important to note that all PNP immigrations except for the Quebec immigration program are done through the Express Entry program.  Once you get the Provincial Nomination, you will get 600 points towards your immigration. This will essentially guarantee that you get selected for immigration and once you have received the invitation to apply, you can apply for PR visa to the IRCC. Once you get that, all you have to do is to move to Canada with the proper documents.

Another important thing to remember is that if you are applying through the Occupation in-Demand Stream, either through the Express Entry program or through the Provincial Nomination program, you will need to provide a proof of funds documents. This document should show that you have enough funds to support yourself and your family in Canada for at least 3 months. These funds must not be borrowed from anywhere and should be readily available for you to draw and use as and when required.

Nova Scotia Immigration for Nurses in 2020

Nova Scotia is the mecca of services in Canada. It is situated on the eastern coast of the nation and boasts of having one of the most densely populated cities in the entire country. A lot of people immigrate to Nova Scotia to take advantage of its consistently growing economy and high standard of living. To correspond with its rising need for healthcare, Nova Scotia has regularly been recruiting nurses from all over the world to come and work in the province’s healthcare industry.

Notes : As Nova Scotia has one of the biggest healthcare systems in the country, the chances of finding gainful employment are many. While you only need 1 year of working experience and a minimum qualification degree to apply, it is highly recommended that you get at least 3 years of working experience and at least a Master’s degree in nursing before you apply. This will virtually guarantee your selection and also ease the process of you looking for a job in Canada.

Another important advantage from having the abovementioned qualification is that you can even get appointments from Canadian recruiters who are looking for nurses to work with their organization. If you have a particular speciality like obstetrics, oncology or palliative care, then you should check out the biggest nursing companies in this domain and see if you can connect with them professionally.

Now that you know how to go about applying for immigration to Canada in 2020, let us tell you how Nationwide Immigration can help you.

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Nationwide Immigration is one of the leading Canada immigration service providers in India right now. We have helped over 10,000 applicants successfully move to Canada and provide one of the completest immigration packages amongst all other Indian consultancies. With services that include documentation help, IELTS training, legal contracts, legal advice, post-immigration assistance and much more, you will not need to go anywhere else to successfully move to Canada. Trust us to make your immigration dream a reality. Fill out our free assessment form today and become a Canada PR within 2020!

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May 21, 2018

Hi dear I am RNA nurse having one year experience and 5.5 CLB.I am international worker.I want to get information how can I apply for PR in SINP.Do I need any offer letter from Saskatchewan or I can apply directly.please dear tell me what is best for me?

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I AM 32 YEAR OLD AND DONE MSC IN PEDIATRIC NURSING . I AM HAVING 6 YEAR EXPERIANCE

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I am staff nurse 15yers experience age 42years old General nursing and midwifery registered Kerala nursing council husbund and 2children

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