Immigration to Canada – Live Your Canadian Dream!

to immigrate to Canada? Do you want to work in Canada? Do you wish to be a permanent resident of a Canadian Province? Mark Consultant have tried to give you an overview of the process for you so that you can smoothly plan to immigrate to Canada.

Permanent residence

If you wish to have a chance at a permanent residency in Canada, here is an overview of the programs available for you to do that.

Express Entry

A program started by the Canadian government which allows skilled workers to gain permanent resident status in the country is named Express Entry. Your language proficiency, occupation, IELTS score, qualifications, international work experience, work permit in Canada, sponsorship, etc. can be helpful in fulfilling your dreams of immigrating to Canada and becoming a permanent resident of Canada under this program. There are 3 main subprograms under this. The first one is Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSWD) which is for Skilled Workers, the second one is Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) which is specially designed for Trades Class, and the third one is the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) that is for the experienced class personnel. Each program has its own set of eligibility criteria and qualifications that you must meet to apply for the program.  Each of these programs has been explained in detail on our website. To find out about its eligibility criteria and what to do next if you qualify for the program, 

Provincial Nominee Program

skilled worker with education and work experience to fill the gap in the labor market of a particular province or territory in Canada, this program is going to help you gain permanent residence in Canada.  Each province of Canada, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Yukon, Prince Edward Island, and Saskatchewan, all have its own provincial nominee programs. Quebec has a very different program to grant permanent residence to immigrants. Quebec is the only province among the rest that does not have a provincial nominee program. These programs allow people involved in the business, skilled and semi-skilled as well as students migrating to Canada a chance to gain permanent residence in their province.  Since each province has a different program, their eligibility criteria and application processes vary although not a lot.  Getting approved by the province is the first step of any provincial program. There is an online assessment for the same, you have to apply for it. After that, medical and criminal, and security checks are performed.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) has unique eligibility requirements that may be particularly attractive to certain workers and graduates. For example, eligible international students and graduates may note that no work experience is required before an application may be submitted. In addition, workers in intermediate level (National Occupational Classification C) occupations, as well as workers with limited language ability, may be able to immigrate through this program.

It should be noted that the program is also open to workers in management, professional, technical, and skilled trades occupations

(NOC 0, A or B).

The AIPP is a new venture that involves the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador. The former three provinces are often known collectively as ‘the Maritimes’