A Guide to Canada Immigration
The Canadian government through its immigration program admits 300,000 immigrants to Canada annually. The immigrants have been a part of immeasurable contributions that helped make Canada, the country it is.
The ICCRC-CRCIC focuses on the goal to make the Canada Immigration process competent with its new and improved policies. There are certain facile steps which ensure that the Immigration application goes through rightly and it is advisable to consult to a registered Immigration consultant in Delhi.
Canada has four categories for immigrants:
- Family class (related to Canadian residents living in Canada)
- Economic immigrants (business and skilled workers)
- Humanitarian and Others
There are two major programs which are most suitable for the immigrants: Express Entry System and Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs). Canada introduced its Express Entry system in the year 2015 and with fast processing time and its selection based upon point system has become one of the most popular immigrating programs.
There are 3 streams in the program:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP): skilled workers with admissible age, education qualification, language skills and work experience.
- Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP): semi-skilled or unskilled workers with basic education, language skills and experience.
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC): individuals having previous experience in Canada.
Here you find Canada Immigration Point Calculator
There is a certain Eligibility Criterion in order to obtain Canadian Immigration. Based on the application, a score is evaluated in which the individual will need to obtain a minimum score of 67 out of the total score of 100. Seek guidance from an Immigration Consultant in Canada for detailed eligibility credentials.
- Age: Not more than 47 years. Maximum points are awarded(12points) for applicants between the ages of 18 and 35.
- Education: Depending on the candidate's qualification. Maximum point gained are 25.
- Work Experience: A minimum of 12 months experience is required with the maximum points allotted being 21.
- Language: Based on listening, writing, speaking and reading can get the maximum point score of 24. These points are evaluated upon the International English Language Testing System (ILETS). The system requires a minimum score of 6 out of 10.
- Other criteria such as arranged employment and spouse to adaptability are reviewed through which the applicant is tallied a final score.
The Canada immigration process also entails the applicant to submit several documents varying from ILETS result sheets, educational proofs, age proof, work experience certificates, character certification, PCC (police clearance certificate), etc.
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