The government released a “historic and responsible” three-year Canada Immigration Plan for 2018-2020, in November 2017. This migration is expected to continue its momentum in years to come. Over 300,000 people immigrate to this beautiful country every year.
The majority of new permanent residents are going to settle as economic immigrants, with many more is expected to arrive through programs managed under the Express Entry system. With processing times of six months or less, Express Entry has proven to be successful in bringing tens of thousands of workers to Canada, as well as helping foreign workers and graduates in Canada transition to permanent resident status.
The federal government will continue to work with the provinces in settling up to many new permanent residents through the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) from 2018 to 2020.
Canada will also welcome spouses, common-law partners, dependent children, parents, and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents under its Family Class programs.
Canada’s ever-expanding ethnic diaspora aims at bringing in new fabric to its cultural diversity. Canadian people are very polite, respectful, open-minded, honest, educated and positive. People around the world love to immigrate to Canada mainly for its stable economy, world-class education system, a higher standard of living and low crime rate.
Look for Jobs in Canada
To work in Canada, you’ll need a Social Insurance Number (SIN). Apply for a SIN as soon as you come to Canada.
You have many resources you can use to get help with your job search in Canada, including:
- Immigrant-serving organizations, who offer:
- Résumé writing workshops
- Job search training sessions
- Other services to help you find work
- Job Bank, which offers free occupational and career information about working in Canada, such as:
- Main duties
- Employment trends
- Educational requirements
- Service Canada, which has important information about searching and applying for jobs
- Your province’s or territory’s website for newcomers
Why Hire A Licensed Immigration Consultant?
Immigration consultants will provide valuable service making your visa application much easier than doing it yourself. Consultants can get your application submitted correctly the first time around, meaning that you have the greatest chance of success and your application is optimized correctly.
You will be able to keep track with your consultant on the status of your application and will be able to understand everything regarding your application.
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants are kept informed regarding Immigration law in Canada and on new information about latest developments in immigration field.
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants, or RCICs, are legally authorized representatives and members in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).