9 ways to immigrate to Canada and get a PR in 2020

(Last Updated On: May 18, 2020)

This post lists all the best and easiest possible ways to Immigrate to Canada and get a Canadian PR in 2020. Over the past few years, the process for Canadian Immigration has been really streamlined and most of the times its just a matter of choosing the right category/stream to apply in.

Canada has opened its doors really wide open since early 2017 and there are many ways to make Canada as your new home as of 2020. While this sounds exciting at first, it also confuses people on which stream to apply and whats the path to PR in that particular stream. With that said, there is no better time for aspirants looking to Immigrate to Canada, lets quickly take a look at each of the Canadian immigration streams and their prospects in the following post:

Agri-Food pilot Canada is the most recently launched immigration category in 2020

Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta Canada

1. Express Entry

Express Entry is one of the most popular immigration streams amongst skilled migrants. It started off in 2015 and has been source of growing skilled immigrants for the Canadian Govt.

Canada’s Express Entry is a point based system where candidates are ranked on pre-decided set of parameters which ultimately converge to a final score. Candidates are then invited based on their score in Express Entry Pool.

Who Can Apply?

  • Anyone having a undergraduate (or Bachelor’s), graduate (or Master’s) or post graduate (or PhD) degree can apply. The higher the degree, more the points.
  • At least 2 years (within last 5 years) of Canadian or foreign experience in a skilled trade under key groups of NOC B (Federal Skilled Trades Program).
  • If you have 1 year (within last 3 years) Canadian Experience in NOC 0, A, B (Canadian Experience Class), then you get more points.
  • Candidates aged below 29 gets more points, 5 points are deducted per year of age after that.

Note: A full time job offer letter with positive LMIA from eligible Canadian employer will add substansial points to candidate application. Thus, candidates with skills in demand are advised to reach out to prospective employers first.

Processing time: Varies with country(though 6-8 months is a good estimate)

Fees: $1040 per person

Path to Citizenship: Almost certain. Since you get a PR after you get invited and approved in express entry, you become a Canadian citizen after living 3 out of past 5 years of Canada.


2. Provincial Nomination Programs (PNP)

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) allow Canadian territories and provinces to nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada. Those candidates are also interested in settling in a particular province. Every Provincial Nomination Program has at least one immigration category that is aligned with the Federal CIC Express Entry immigration process.

Every Canadian province, except Québec and Nunavut territory has its own unique PNP. By Canadian Law, Québec can select its own immigrants who want to settle in the province. However, immigrants have to meet certain Federal requirements to be admitted to Canada. Refer to Immigration to Quebec for more information.

To be nominated by a province or territory, one must follow the instructions on their website and contact them directly:

2.1. Ontario (OINP)

Ontario Provincial Nomination is operated by the Ontario government in partnership with the federal government through IRCC. This Program allows foreign workers, international students and others with the right skills, experience and education to apply for a nomination for permanent residence in Ontario. 

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is made up of three categories and each category is further divided into several streams:

  1. Employer Job Offer – Applicants with permanent and full time job offer from employer within the province can apply in this stream. Applicant can either be foreign worker or international student
  2. Human capital – Stream is further sub categorized into two streams:
    1. International Graduates
      • Masters Graduate Stream – is for international graduates with a Master’s degree (at least 1 academic year of full time study) from eligible university in Ontario, to apply to permanently live and work in Ontario.
      • PhD Graduate Stream -Stream for PhD degree holders with at least two years of PhD studies completed while legally living and studying in Ontario, to apply to permanently live and work in Ontario. If you are a PhD Holder and are looking to Immigrate, checkout our post on Various Options for PhD immigration to Canada
    2. Ontarios Express Entry
      • French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream – If you can score Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 or higher for French and CLB level 6 or higher for English and have at least one year of work experience in Canada in Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B of the National Occupational Classification (NOC), then you are eligible to apply under this stream.
      • Human Capital Priorities Stream – Candidates who are part of Federal Express Pool (under either Federal Skilled Worker Program or Canadian Experience Class) are accepted into Ontario Express Entry pool of candidates. Individual with NOC in demand will receive a NOI (Notification of Interest) from Ontario before one can apply online, to be nominated by the Ontario government for PR.
      • Skilled Trades Stream – is for candidates with at least 1 year of full-time work experience (or the equivalent in part-time work) in Ontario in a skilled trade that is listed in Minor Group 633 or Major Groups 72, 73 or 82 of the NOC (National Occupational Classification) are eligible under this stream.
  3. Business – The business category has two streams:
    • Corporate stream: This stream is for international corporations looking to expand or buy an existing business in Ontario.
    • Entrepreneur stream: One must be an entrepreneur from outside of Canada looking to start a new business or buy an existing business in Ontario

2.2. British Columbia (BC PNP)

BC Provincial Nominee Program propose three different ways to become a PR in BC province. Every program contains different categories one can apply under, depending on NOC skill level, student status and job. All BC provincial programs are listed below:

  1. Express Entry BC – EEBC stream connects to the Federal CIC Express Entry system. It is faster way for skilled workers to gain PR in BC province.
  2. Skilled Immigration – It is a point based invitation program for workers (skilled or semi-skilled) in high demand occupations in BC. Interested individual can register and apply online for the BC PNP, followed by a paper application process for PR. For some categories, one may not need prior work experience even.
  3. Entrepreneur Immigration – Just like skilled Immigration, Entrepreneur program is also point based system for high net worth business individuals who can invest in and manage actively a valid business in BC.
  4. BC Tech Pilot

2.3. Alberta (AINP)

Alberta Provincial nomination primarily comprise of following 4 streams:

  1. Alberta Opportunity Stream – This stream is for individuals who hare on Temporary Foreign Worker visa and for eligible occupation they are holding a work permit which can either be LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) or PGWP (Post Graduation Work Permit)
  2. Alberta Express Entry Stream – Province may select individuals and send them a NOI letter in their Federal EE profile if their occupation supports Alberta’s economic development and if they have stated their interest to permanently move to Alberta.
  3. Self employed Farmer Streams – Applicants with proven farm management skills and a business plan for the farming enterprise in Alberta.
  4. Employer Driver Stream

2.4. Manitoba (MPNP)

Manitoba governments is currently undergoing renewal of the MPNP i.e. Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. The MPNP renewal is aimed at improving Manitoba’s economic competitiveness by nominating skilled workers and their families who wish to work and live in the province permanently.

The MPNP will be reorganized around four new or revised application streams:

  1. Skilled Worker Stream is driven based on the needs of Manitoba local employers. Internationally trained and experienced workers who have the skills needed in the local labour market are nominated for PR to settle and work. There are two streams
    • Skilled Worker in Manitoba
    • Skilled Worker Overseas
  2. International Education Stream (IES)
  3. Business Investor Stream (BIS)

2.5. New Brunswick (NBPNP)

New Brunswick, like many other Canadian provinces has its own immigration streams, targeting individuals with certain eligibility criteria. Some of these streams are as follow:

  1. New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream is for skilled candidates holding a job offer from NB employer and willing to settle in province.
  2. New Brunswick Express Entry Stream is for candidates living and working in NOC 0, A or B and willing a to settle in province.
  3. New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream is for experiences business owners who want to start or buy a business in NB and managed it while staying in province.

The NB Express Entry Stream is new to the NBPNP where potential applicants are asked to complete an EOI (Expression Of Interest) and submit it to the NBPNP. Applicants also need to provide Federal Express Entry Profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code on EOI form.

2.6. Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP)

In a statement, Skills and Labour Minister Bernard Davis said, “Newfoundland and Labrador provides immigrant with collateral communities, a welcoming environment, and the many benefits of joining the economic and social life of the province. Immigrants are encouraged to come here and build a better future for your family.” NLPNP has following categories:

  1. Express Entry Skilled Worker – Category for skilled individuals who have been accepted into Federal CIC Express Entry pool and who have a job offer in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  2. Skilled Worker – Skilled worker category is for individuals who have been working in Newfoundland and Labrador on a valid work permit and have a guaranteed offer of employment from an employer within province.
  3. International Graduate – Recent graduates who have a Post-Graduate Work Permit and a job / job offer from an employer within province can apply for this category.

2.7. Nova Scotia (NSNP)

Through this provincial nomination program, Nova Scotia is targeting prospective immigrants with the skills and experience to immigrate and settle in province. Different NSNP streams are as follow:

  • Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities selects candidates from federal express entry pool which meet labour market needs. Letter of interest is sent to selected candidates and they have to apply through federal express entry system.
  • Entrepreneur / International Graduate Entrepreneur is for either experienced business owners or graduates from provincial school who want to start a new or buy existing business.
  • Nova Scotia Demand : Express Entry is for highly skilled individuals who are either holding a job offer letter from eligible employer (Category A) or fall in highly skilled occupation list (Category B).
  • Physicians working as general practitioners and family physicians (NOC 3112) or specialist physicians (NOC 3111) can apply for PR with province.

2.8. Yukon (YNP)

YNP allows Yukon to nominate applicants to IRCC for permanent residency. Yukon Nominee Program facilitate eligible employers to fill permanent full-time jobs in the area by fast tracking workforce from outside of Canada. There is also a business stream for foreign national entrepreneurs who want to open a business in Yukon. Here are the available YNP streams:

  1. Skilled Worker Stream – Program designed for qualified workers who fit into NOC (National Occupational Classification) 0, A or B categories. This stream is locally driven and based on the needs of Yukon employers.
  2. Express Entry – EE is for skilled workers who fit into National Occupational Classification (NOC) A, 0 and B. You must also be eligible for one of the three federal immigration streams: federal skilled worker program; federal skilled trades program; or Canadian experience class.
  3. Critical Impact Worker Stream – Program targeting lower skilled qualified workers who fit into National Occupational Classification (NOC) C or D categories. This stream is locally driven and based on the needs of Yukon employers.
  4. Business Nominee Stream – Stream meant for individuals with proven business skills who want to own and operate businesses in Yukon. Businesses must belong to eligible sectors, but can be startups or purchased businesses. In all cases, the nominee must operate the business; no passive investments are allowed. Nominees receive support for a two-year work permit, during which time they are to establish themselves, their family and their business in Yukon. At the end of the period, nominees who meet the requirements will be supported by Yukon in their application to Canada for permanent residency.

3. Family Sponsorship

Who can sponsor ?

  • Canadian Citizen
  • Canadian PR holder

One can be sponsored only if, he / she is related to sponsor as:

  • Spouse / common law partner
  • Child / grandchild
  • Parent
  • Brother / sister
  • Nephew / niece
  • Uncle / aunt

Processing time:

  • 12 months for spouse
  • 20 – 24 months for parents / grandparents
  • 10 – 12 months for dependent child

Fees:

  • $1040 (for 22+ years old sponsee)
  • $150 (for child)

Optional: Sponsor must have his personal or household income meet LICO (Low income cut off) requirement based on his / her dependants or family members


4. Startup Visa

I or 5 owners of a business can apply if they have great business idea and can get a support letter from any one of:

  • Venture Capital Fund (with minimum of $200,000)
  • Angel Investor Group (with minimum of $75,000)
  • Must be accepted into one of IRCC mentioned list of Business Incubators

Processing time: 12 to 16 months

Fees from $1540

Optional: While individuals application for PR is being processed, he / she can apply for a temporary work permit to get to Canada and start building his / her business.


5. Caregiver Visa

Caregiver visa is a unique program which is believed to be the only one in the world that provides access to PR status for foreign care givers after two years of full-time employment in their occupation. Gateway to PR is a bonus to make up for the job’s unpleasant work condition and relatively low pay grade.

There are 3 streams for care givers in 2020 to work in canada and 3 other streams have expired in 2019.

5.1. Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP)

The Live-in Caregiver Program is closed to new applicants

You can apply under this program only if you have 2 years of working experience as a caregiver and:

  • Either you are already working on LCP work permit
  • or you were approved for LCP work permit based on LMIA before November 20, 2014

5.2. Home Child Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot

5.3. Temporary work permit extension

5.4. Interim Pathway for Caregiver

If candidate has submitted application before October 3, 2019, it will be processed.

5.5. Caring for people with High Medical Needs

5.6. Caring for Children


6. Self Employed

I can apply if I am:

  • author / writer
  • creative and performing artist
  • Musicians
  • Painter
  • Sculptor / visual artist
  • technical support or other job in motion pictures
  • creative designers / craftspeople

Experience needed:  At least 2 years of last 5 years

Processing time: 24 months

Fees from $1540

Selection criteria: 35 / 100 points

No immigration conditions are imposed on the self-employed class. One must have enough money to support himself / herself and their family members after he / she arrives in Canada.

Self-employed person’s financial asset may also be a measure of intent and ability to establish economically in Canada. There is no minimum investment level for self-employed person. The capital required depends on the nature of the work.


7. Student route to PR

Students undergoing a 2 years program in Canadian University / College have number of immigration options. Canadian employers are more attracted to students with previous Canadian experience and because of the impeccable quality of Canadian education, Canada tries to retain foreign talent that graduates from its educational institutions.

Students are always advised to apply for Dual Intent i.e. both Temporary Residence (work and study) and Permanent Residence in Canada. Dual intent allows student to secure their temporary study permit while they apply / wait for their permanent residence. This makes Canada an even more lucrative place to study for students. Students can go through any one of following immigration path to get their Permanent Residence:

  1. Express Entry (Canada Experience Class)
  2. Provincial Nomination

8. Altantic Immigration Pilot

Government of Canada has partnered up with following 4 Atlantic provinces to launch an employer-driven program, which is designed to help Atlantic Canada employers to hire qualified foreign workers for jobs they have been unable to fill in locally:

  • Prince Edward Island
  • Nova Scotia
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador

Processing time: 6 months

Fees from: $1040

This program is further divided into three streams based on individuals qualification, experience and education. Requirements which remain constant in all these streams are :

  • Good score in language proficiency test for either English or French.
  • Candidate should have sufficient funds to support himself / herself and accompanying family.

8.1. High Skilled Worker

This category is for candidates who have experience working in professional, management or skilled job for at least a year and have Canadian high school diploma or equivalent.

8.2. Intermediate Skilled Worker

This category if for candidates who have experience working for a job that requires a high school education or have undergone at least one year of job specific training.

8.3. International Graduate

This category targets candidate who have stayed in Atlantic province for 16 months minimum within 2 years before getting diploma, degree or other credential which has been awarded by public funded institute in Atlantic province.


9. Agri-Food Pilot

Canada launched Agri-food pilot to address the needs of Agri-food sector in Canada. I can apply if:

My Profession is

  • Butcher
  • Food Processing woker
  • Live stock worker
  • Farm supervisor
  • Harvesting worker
  • General Farm Labourer

Experience Required: 1 year of non-seasonal Canadian work experience is a must have requirement requirement.

Language Requirement: CLB 4 or equivalent is required.


Canada’s friendly stance towards new immigrants, when other nations like US and Australia are restricting immigration policies is contributing to Canada’s success and is helping country to widen its talent pool. If you find yourself eligible for any one or more than one stream / program, then gear up and start the process to move to a friendly, beautiful and safe corner of the world.

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  • Hello Sir,

    I’m an MBA graduate, who has worked for 8 months in an IT company, and I’m 27 years old. Would it be possible to apply for PR without 1 year of experience? I have done Internship during the course of MBA. Will it count as a work experience?

    I meet the requirement of min funds ($12,000) required to migrate to Canada as a Single person.

    Sachin DxB 1 day ago Reply


  • What are the
    immigration options or programs that leads to permanent residence
    status?What are the immigration programs that allows an immigrant to
    come to Canada without permanent residence status?

    Frank Enuani 3 weeks ago Reply


  • Hi.
    I’m a Cg artist from india 23 year old
    I don’t have a degree but I have completed a training courses in the same and have 4 year work experience as VFX artist
    How can I apply for PR ?

    Kevin 4 weeks ago Reply


  • I am teaser. I have done M.Phil, MA, M.ed from Pakistan. I have 15 + years experience. Thinking to apply for EE or PNP program . I am going to do IELTS.
    What are the requirements? Please let me know? What are the suitable track from me.

    Best Regards
    Mirza

    Mirza 4 weeks ago Reply


  • I want to go Canada anywhere.

    Debesh Chandra Talukder 1 month ago Reply


  • Hi, I am 19 year old, I came after secondary school, in Canada, and now I am graduated as a DSW( developmental services worker) .
    So, what will be the easiest way to get pr?

    Thanks

    Simran 1 month ago Reply


  • Hi, I am 38 years old, single no dependent. I have a PhD from the uk, currently working in a university as research associate for a year. Do you think I have a chance to PR in Canada. If yes, what will be the best route. I have two sisters living in Canada as well. Thanks

    Moni Ranta 1 month ago Reply


    • You will get some points for siblings being there. A good IELTS will improve your chances a lot !

      admin 1 month ago Reply


  • I am 34 years of age and have total 6 years and 6 months of IT Service management/desk experience. I appeared for IELTS in the years 2018 and i scored, R:6; L:6; W:6; S:7. Now, i am planning to re-appear for IELTS to improve overall score. I did 4 years bachelors of engineering in Electronics and communications in 2009. Please suggest better ways to immigrate for my case, how about student visa, will it be a better option, if i plan to have a 6 or 1 year diploma course to improve my overall score. Please guide me about the student visa and PNP.

    abhishek gupta 1 month ago Reply


  • I am 45 with PhD. I plan to apply for MBA in Canada. How realistic is it to move to Canada with my family (wife and children) through student visa.

    Kemim Olu 1 month ago Reply


    • This is quite a difficult path to immigration at your age.

      admin 1 month ago Reply


  • I have a BSc. in Business Administration with Accounting & Finance major and I am schedule to complete the Master’s on Accounting this summer. I 49 years old with over 20 years experience in accounting and auditing. I am presently an employee of the National Library of Jamaica which is a government of Jamaica Institution as the internal auditor, previously I worked at the Shortwood Teacher’s college as the internal auditor, another government of Jamaica Institution. Which immigration format am iI qualified to apply for?
    My husband has a BSc in Theology and would like to pursue a master’s degree in counselling (addiction). What are his chance of being successful? What is the cost? How long is the process?

    Carene Hardware-Baugh 1 month ago Reply


  • Hi,
    I,m chamath a geology student from srilanka as soon as i finish my BSC degree in sri lanka i’m hoping to immigrate to canada is there any suggestions about the most suitabel way to get the PR in canada as a degree holder

    Thank you.

    Chamath Rathnaweera 2 months ago Reply


  • Alright, will try through PNP, however, how would be the expected duration for Invitations.

    Prathibha 2 months ago Reply


    • try to improve your score to 400+, also see if your spouse’s application can get more points. The immigration load is pretty high at the moment. Also, see if you want to evaluate if you would get advantage of moving to Canada or you would be better off in India. It would take significant effort to first get a PR at your age and then quite some effort to settle down here.

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • U there, kindly send your inputs for my below query.

    Prathibha 2 months ago Reply


  • I am from India. I will be waiting for your response.Thanks

    I would like to know your suggestion on Canada PR at this crisis time based on my inputs
    1) Have evaluated CRS 317 points for express entry
    2) Had 8 years of IT experience in the Software manual testing
    3) Completed my Masters in 2009
    4) Age 36, married and two kids under the age of 10 years

    I am ready to take the IELTS test again to improve the score, however I want your valuable thought whether to proceed for PR or not.

    I request you to help me

    Prathibha 2 months ago Reply


    • The CRS is pretty high at the moment. You will need to go through some PNP, it will be very hard to get the points required at your age in direct EE

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • Which country are you currently in ?

    admin 2 months ago Reply


  • I’m 44 yrs, Bsc in Accounting with professional certification, 18 yrs experience, IELTS overall 6.5. I’m unable to get up to 67% for admission into express entry pool. What’s my chance of securing PR in any province? No relative but friends in Manitoba, Brunswick, Ontario.
    Thanks.

    Ogunmodede Mukaila 2 months ago Reply


    • Friends/Relative based PNPs are probably your best bet. If you have a spouse who is younger, you may try filing through him/her.

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • Hi Admin,
    My name is Kehinde. I am presently an M.A student in Economic Policy in Vienna. I will like to apply for a Ph.D in Canada. However, I will like to know if it is possible to travel together with my family without having to go first and bring them later? What could be the likely cost of bringing 4 dependants, aside from the cost of school fees?
    Your timely response will be much appreciated

    Kehinde Lawal 2 months ago Reply


    • There is no school fee in Canada. You can bring your depandants and your spouse can even get an open work permit while you study.

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • Hi There,

    I am 39 yr old. My wife completed PHD from US. Does she qualify for any program to get a Canada PR?

    MANISH KUMAR 2 months ago Reply


    • No specific program open as such for PhD, you can try for normal express entry route though.

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • what are the fees for canada immigration

    Sachin Bansal 2 months ago Reply


  • Hello, I am from Bangladesh and did my master’s and currently doing my PhD in architecture in Japan. I did the IELTS in 2009. If I want to apply PR in Canada, should I sit for IELTS again or I can use the previous one. Could you please share the detailed information or give some link to check. Thank you

    Md Atikur Rahman 2 months ago Reply


    • Language tests are valid only for 2 years so you need to take the IELTS test agaain.

      admin 2 months ago Reply


  • Hello there,
    I am 35 years old, got a 2 years bachelors degree and 8 years work experience in pakistan and 10 years work experience in UAE. How can I apply for Canadian PR. My uncle is already residing in Toronto.
    Please guide.
    Thanks.

    Arsal 3 months ago Reply


  • I’ve got a PhD in Engineering from the UK, and a couple of years of work experience in oil and gas India. My IELTS scores were over 8 when I took them a few years back. Do you think I’ve got a chance of securing nomination from any of the provinces?

    Karthik Arunachalam 4 months ago Reply


  • Hi
    I am 31 year old lady.i am graduated in psychology,have Al most 4 years of experience in field of special education…please guide me which program is more suitable for me.
    Thanks in advance

    Adeela 4 months ago Reply


  • Hi,
    I’m a software engineer of 39 years . Am working as an IT consultant and have overall IT experience of 16 years . Does it makes sense to apply to SINP (Saskatchewan ) ?

    IMRAN AHMAD KHAN 4 months ago Reply


    • In what sense are you looking feedback for ? with regards to province, your prospects in SINP or something else ?

      admin 4 months ago Reply


  • I am 43 years old, currently living here in Dubai, UAE, with my husband and 3 children. I am a registered nurse here with almost 10 years of experience both in the Philippines and in Dubai. Seeking for your kind advice which best stream is suitable for me and my family. I have ECA and IELTS (CLB 6:Gen Training) on hand.

    Thank you.

    Antonio Uy 4 months ago Reply


  • I am completing MS in June 2020 so i want direct PR to Canada and i want the correct route and detail information 8

    Swarnima 4 months ago Reply


    • Please evaluate your points and apply to express entry.

      admin 4 months ago Reply


  • Hi
    I have done gnm nursing and had 1 year experience of hospital after that and also got 8 bands. Am I eligible for Canada Express or pnp program

    Kavaya 4 months ago Reply


  • I am 46+ years old and have a ILETS score 6. I have 18+ years of experience in Accounts filed in various industries and capacity from Accounts Assistant to Accountant. I have 2 years B.Com Degree & 1 Years Executive MBA (Finance) from Pakistan. Now I am looking to move to Canada for PR & Citizenship and committed to settle there. My CRS points are not meeting the target for express entry due to my age. What are the possibilities ? How do I get into Provincial nomination? which province is better? Some body told me that to get admission in a vocational training of 2 Year program in Montreal, Quebec, Canada with dual intent by which I can apply for PR after completing 1 year of training program and after completion of training program I will get PR? is true?? Is there an easy option out?

    Muhammad Shaheen Jawaid Siddiqi 5 months ago Reply


  • Hi
    Have completed my graduation in Economics from India. 25 years old and with a work experience of 2 and half years.
    Have my parents living in BC, about to apply for Ielts.
    What would you recommend to make my points stronger.

    Mallika Iyer 5 months ago Reply


  • Dear respondent
    please evaluate my case for immigration

    Age 35, Married
    degree PhD with no ilets
    8 years University teaching and research experience

    Dr Idrees 5 months ago Reply


    • Please sit for ielts first.

      admin 5 months ago Reply


  • Hello
    I am Graphic designers ( Web developer ) and illustrators.
    Can I use Self employed for immigration in 2020?
    My total score is 69 in Self employed.
    Thank you.

    Mahboube bahadorpor 5 months ago Reply


  • I am 51 years old and an engineering manager for 10 years. Can i immigrate to canada? And how? Thank you.

    Agustin de guzman 5 months ago Reply


  • I am 40+ years old and have a good 8 ielts score. I have 21 years of experience in IT industry in various capacity from Programmer to Architect to Director. I have BE Computer Science Engineering from India as Qualification. I have primarily worked in BFSI space and looking to move to Canada. My CRS points are not meeting the target for express entry due to my age. What are the possibilities ? How do I get into Provincial nomination? which province is better? Is there an easy option out?

    MRK 5 months ago Reply


    • Stay in OINP or in BC pools. Those are the best provinces for IT sector. However, if you are earning well as most of people in Indian IT do, I will recommend you to reconsider your decision moving to Canada as the incremental value you get by moving here might not be worth the settlement chaos you will face at your age.

      admin 5 months ago Reply


  • I am going to be 31 years in march, have Bachelor’s in nursing, worked with that for only about 3 months, so I am not able to apply for Express entry since I do not qualify, but I have more than 4 years experience as a nurse aide/ support worker, all my education and employment history is from the United states, what program can you recommend or what do you think I should do. Thanks in advance.

    Abbi 5 months ago Reply


  • Hi

    Which of the provinces am I likely to get nomination.

    My profile: Over 45, married daughter. Profession: Management/HR consulting over 10 years work experience. A degree im Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Science and a diploma in Civil Engineering.

    Nimi 5 months ago Reply


    • If you have a IT experience, you should can hope for Ontario or BC though below the score of 400(you will probably lie below 400 because of age factor) makes it difficult but who knows.

      admin 5 months ago Reply


  • Thanks for the quick reply. I’m a Business Major and an Accountant and I am looking into MBA or similar finance related post-graduate studies. I figure the student route might be simpler vs the Express Entry considering that I’ve had 7 or so employers over the past 20 yrs, some of which have since merged with other companies, so the documentary requirements might prove to be a challenge.

    JRamos 5 months ago Reply


    • At this age and experience, MBA/executive MBA makes the most sense. Also, you will need strong university admit to prove your case. This would mean appearing for something like GMAT alongside IELTS. Also please note that MBA from good university is really expensive in Canada.

      admin 5 months ago Reply


  • Is there an age requirement for student route to PR? Is it plausible for someone 48-50 yrs old intending to take post-graduate studies for example?

    JRamos 5 months ago Reply


    • Theoratically there is no limit but This wont be a valid route at this age of 48, unless its an MBA and your profile really says that MBA will be of help.

      admin 5 months ago Reply


  • ielts score : 6.5, 7.5, 6.5, 6.5;what’s the fund requirement for Atlantic immigration pilot for individual immigration.

    anonymous 5 months ago Reply


  • Can tattoo artist help to get PR in Canada.

    Alka Mehta 6 months ago Reply


  • Hi,

    first of all thx for sharing the useful info,

    I would request you to assess my case if their’s any possibilities for me to migrate, my profile is

    mechanical engg bachelors (4 years)
    10 years experience – core field
    32 age
    ielts score ( General) over all 6.5 with 6+ in all,
    can re write ielts again.

    can u suggest any pnp program which i can follow.

    AKRAM 6 months ago Reply


  • AGE 47
    EXPERIENCE- 24 YEARS as a teacher/ educational leader

    looking for canadian PR

    Vaishali Arora 6 months ago Reply


    • This is going to be quite challenging through express entry. Do you have any relatives in province like Manitoba ?

      admin 6 months ago Reply


  • Hi
    Very useful information
    Thank you
    I have a question though
    Can makeup artist or salon job help to get PR in BC?

    Hope to see your email.
    Thanks
    Kiran

    Kiranpreet johal 9 months ago Reply


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