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Migrate to Canada

Canada is one of the most attractive countries to migrate to for skilled migrant workers.

 

It has a very cosmopolitan outlook, high quality of living, offers its residents social security benefits, and has a flourishing economy -all of which make this North American country one of the best in the world to live in.

 

It has the most migrant-friendly stance among developed economies, enabling skilled individuals to enter the country without too many hassles. 

Information on Canada
The second-largest country in the world by area, Canada comprises almost 40% of the land area in North America. Despite that fact, its population is very sparse.It is home to massive natural resources, which has become another feather in its cap. Because it welcomes migrants wholeheartedly, Canada has now become a model multicultural country. Canada is a bilingual society where English and French are the official languages. Most Canadian immigrants have made Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Montreal, and Calgary, among others, their homes. 

Canada’s attractive aspects for migrants
Many factors have played a role in making Canada one of the major destinations to migrate to. Some
of them include.  
  • The vast demand for migrant talent
  • An easy immigration process as compared to most of its other counterparts 
  • Free healthcare and education
  • Safe and harmonious country
  • Many recent studies of new immigrants in Canada found that more than 90% had reported
  • being warmly welcomed in their new homeland.   
Canada Immigration Process
Canada has one of the world’s most organized and hassle-free immigration programs. It offers
migrants several pathways to enter Canada. Some of the most popular ones are the following. 
  • Express Entry
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • Quebec Selected Workers Program
  • Investor
  • Family
  • Entrepreneurs/self-employed individuals
Many of the programs are flexible and, therefore, could be modified anytime. All these programs
have exclusive eligibility criteria and aim to attract a particular group of applicants.

Express Entry:
Express Entry of Canada is one of the most popular immigration programs across the world.
This seven-year-old program is said to be one that makes use of a system based on points to assess
the suitability of aspiring migrants wanting to relocate to Canada.
  • The Express Entry program is managed by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
  • (IRCC), a department of the government of Canada.
  • The time taken to process visas under this program can take up to six months or less.
  • Candidates need to get 67 points to be eligible to create a profile in the Express Entry program.     

Canada Express Entry 2022:

Express Entry in 2022
 Total draws: 22
Total ITAs: 37,039
Draw No.
InvitedDate of Draw
CRS cut-offITAs issued
#234
All-program candidates
October 26, 2022
496
4,750
#233
All-program candidates
October 12, 2022
500
4,250
#232
All-program candidates
September 28, 2022
5043,750
#231
All-program candidates
September 15, 2022
5162,750
#230
All-program candidates
August 31, 2022
5113,250
#229
All-program candidates
August 17, 2022
5252,250
#228
All-program candidates
August 3, 2022
5332,000
#227
All-program candidates
July 20, 2022
5421,750
#226
All-program candidates
July 6, 2022
5571,500
#225
PNP candidates
June 22, 2022
752
636
#224
PNP candidates
June 8, 2022
796
932
#223
PNP candidates
May 27, 2022
741
590
#222
PNP candidates
May 11, 2022
753545
#221PNP candidates
April 27, 2022
772
829
#220PNP candidates
April 13, 2022
782
787
#219
PNP candidates
March 30, 2022
785
919
#218PNP candidates
March 16, 2022
754
924
#217PNP candidates
March 2, 2022
761
1047
#216PNP candidates
February 16, 2022
710
1082
#215PNP candidates
February 02, 2022
674
1070
#214PNP candidates
January 19, 2022
745
1036
#213PNP candidates
January 5, 2022
808
392
Total28,039

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP):

To be eligible to apply for a Canada PR visa under the PNP program, you must follow these steps:
  • You need to apply in the province or territory you wish to live in.
  • You need to be nominated by the province/territory to be able to apply for a PR visa, provided your profile meets the requirements for eligibility.
  • You need to apply for a PR visa once a province/territory nominates you.
When you apply under the PNP, choose a province or territory which could get you a nomination
easily, depending upon your profile.
A Canadian PNP nomination helps you in two ways. 
  • You will become eligible to apply for a permanent residence (PR) straight away at the IRCC.
  • You are automatically awarded 600 points additionally under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

All PNP Draws in 2022:
All PNP draws in 2022
 Total no. of candidates: 46,030
Total draws:129
DateProvinceNo. of draws
No. of Candidates
October 25, 2022
Ontario
1
642
October 20, 2022
PEI
1
204
October 12, 2022
British Columbia
2
618
September 27, 2022
British Columbia
4
1,299
September 15, 2022
British Columbia
2
714
September 29, 2022
British Columbia
6
5229
September 15, 2022
British Columbia
1
147
September 28, 2022
British Columbia
6
4159
August 30, 2022
British Columbia
5
1,067
August 30, 2022
Ontario2810
August 26, 2022
Manitoba
2
698
August 25, 2022
Saskatchewan
3
2,042
August 18, 2022
PEI
1
121
July 28, 2022
Saskatchewan
5
2,923
July 28, 2022
Manitoba
2
721
July 27, 2022
Ontario
3
790
July 26, 2022
British Columbia
4
660
July 21, 2022
PEI
1
165
June 30, 2022
Manitoba
2
494
June 29, 2022
Ontario
4
2230
June 28, 2022
British Columbia
4
615
June 16, 2022
Alberta
1
150
June 16, 2022
PEI
1
136
May 31, 2022
British Columbia
5
853
May 20, 2022
PEI
1
153
May 19, 2022
Alberta
1
100
May 5, 2022
Saskatchewan
1
198
May 5, 2022
Manitoba
1
315
April 28, 2022
Ontario
21335
April 26, 2022
British Columbia
4685
April 21, 2022
Manitoba
2526
April 21, 2022
PEI
1141
April 14, 2022
Alberta
1250
March 30, 2022
Ontario
32409
March 29, 2022
British Columbia
5935
March 23, 2022
Manitoba
2311
March 22, 2022
Alberta
2700
March 17, 2022
PEI
1141
March 8, 2022
Saskatchewan
3414
February 28, 2022
Ontario
93349
February 24, 2022
Manitoba
2551
February 22, 2022
British Columbia
4624
February 17, 2022
PEI
1117
February 8, 2022
Nova Scotia
1278
February 1, 2022
Alberta
1400
January 27, 2022
Manitoba
2443
January 27, 2022
Ontario
32618
January 25, 2022
British Columbia
4714
January 20, 2022
PEI
1132
January 18, 2022
Alberta
2600
January 12, 2022
Saskatchewan
1104
Total
129
46,030
Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)
Known officially as the Regular Skilled Worker Program (RSWP), the QSWP is meant for you if you
wish to immigrate permanently to Quebec.
You must initially declare an intent to migrate to Quebec. Those who have the adequate professional
skills to get a job in Quebec are then selected by the province and granted an invitation to apply
(ITA).
  • Arrima Portal holds the invitation rounds for Quebec. Provincial draws of Quebec are, therefore, also known as the Arrima draw.
  • The QSWP allows skilled workers to apply for the Quebec Selection Certificate, known in
  • Quebec as Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ). Under this program, applicants need not have a job offer to settle in Quebec. But those having a job offer will definitely have the edge over their counterparts who don’t.
  • Just like the Express Entry program, QSWP is also based on a system based on points.
  • Do note that Quebec is neither a part of the federal Express Entry system nor the PNP of Canada.
Best Migration Consultant (BMC) helps applicants decide which Canadian immigration program
would suit them the most by helping them throughout their entire migration process. Our
knowledgeable counselors will support you at every step of the process as you strategize and pass
through the migration process.
BMC has the experience and authority to help you during your immigration process to Canada.

Canada eligibility criteria
As has been mentioned above, every immigration program to Canada has its own eligibility
conditions. On the other hand, all processes have a few common conditions for applying for a
Canada PR visa. 
Usually, to assess immigration applications, the following are taken into consideration:
  • Educational qualifications
  • Professional background
  • Your proficiency in English or French, based on your score in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) exam
  • Proficiency in the French language, if migrating to the French-speaking province of Quebec 
  • Legal documents and references  
  • Canada’s employment documents
Migrating with a Canadian PR
If you migrate with a Canada PR visa, you get permanent residency in Canada. This entails you going
through the application process for Canadian PR. 

Factors Determining CRS scores for Canada PR visa
Different factors are taken into consideration to finalize your CRS score. Included in these are:
  • Age
  • Educational qualifications
  • Work experience 
  • Proficiency in English or French
  • Employment arranged in Canada that needs to be approved as per Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
  • Flexibility
Immigration Levels Plan For 2022-2024                                                                                                  

Canada has increased the number of immigrants it will welcome in 2022 to 432,000 as per Immigration Levels Plan 2022-2024. Over the next three years, Canada intends to allow immigrants numbering more than 1.3 million:

  • For 2022, more than 431,000 new permanent residents
  • For 2023, about 447,000 new permanent residents
  • For 2024, about 451,000 new permanent residents

Eligibility Points Calculator

Language skills (28 points)

You can obtain a maximum 28 points for your language skills assessed for writing, reading, listening, and speaking.

Education (25 points)

You can score a maximum of 25 Canadian immigration points for your education. If you have an overseas education you must have an ECA report from an authorized agency.

Work experience (15 points)

You can obtain points for the number of years you worked full-time that was paid and a minimum 30 hours weekly. An equal amount of part-time work is also eligible. You can obtain a maximum 15 points for this factor, as quoted by Canada.

Age (12 points)

You can obtain a maximum of 12 points if your age is 18-35 years. The age calculation is done from the day your application is received.

Arranged employment (10 points)

You can also obtain Canada immigration points for a job offer of a minimum of 1-year from an employer in Canada. You must get this offer prior to submitting an application for arriving in Canada as a federal skilled worker.

Adaptability (10 points)

You will be offered points based on your past study, work, and relatives in Canada. Your Common-Law-Partner or Spouse if immigrating to Canada with you can also incur additional points under the adaptability factor.

Calculate your CRS score

Check out
Express Entry Draws

Total IRCC draws - 2

Total ITAs - 1,568

Note. PNP nomination=600 CRS points

Draw No. Invited. CRS cut-off. ITAs issued.
#225 PNP candidates 752 636
#224 PNP candidates 796 932

Steps to apply for the express entry program


canada-pr has one of the world's most forward thinking immigration programs. There are multiple programs by which one can apply ot migrate to canada-pr.

Step 1:
Check your eligibility

You can check your eligibility instantly online for free with BMC.

Step 2:
Calculate your score

Find out if you score the required points, if applicable (67 points needed for Express Entry, 65 points for SkillSelect).

Step 3:
Arrange list of requirements

Arrange the list requirements with the help of BMC overseas professionals.

Step 4:
Expression of Interest

Register an Expression of Interest profile

Step 5:
Invitation to Apply (ITA)

Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) to migrate to Canada.

How BMC
can help ?

Best Migration Consultant (BMC), the world’s premier overseas immigration consultant company, provides to each of its clients informed immigration services based on their educational qualifications, work experience, and personal interests. The renowned services of BMC include:


  • Expert assistance/counselling for immigration to Canada
  • Coaching services: Expert coaching for CELPIP, IELTS, and French language exams
  •  Free career advice
  •  End-to-end assistance to obtain a Canada visa
  • Job search services to help you find suitable Canadian jobs 


  


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Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility requirements to apply for PR visa include:

Age requirement: According to Canada PR visa rules of 2019, a person must be at least 18 years or older to apply for a PR visa.

Educational requirement:The minimum educational qualification is a bachelor’s degree to apply for a PR visa.

Language requirement:The minimum language requirements is CLB 7 which is equivalent to a score of 6 bands in the IELTS exam.

Work experience requirement:You need to have at least one year of work experience to apply for a PR visa.

Adaptability:Though this is not mandatory, if family members or close relatives are living in Canada and will be able to support you when you move in there or if your spouse or legal partner is ready to migrate with you to Canada makes you eligible for extra points.

The applicants for PR or permanent residency are evaluated on multiple factors like age, education, skills, proficiency in English, and work experience.

If an applicant decides to migrate to Canada for studying, they will add CRS points in three areas. The areas are education, language, and work experience. Additional points are awarded to the young applicant.

Pursuing an education in Canada gives much-needed points for numerous streams for immigration, such as PNP or Provincial Nominee Programs and Express Entry.

International students are also permitted to work. They can work a maximum of 20 hours every week while pursuing their academics. It helps them gain work experience in Canada and adds points to their CRS score.

Studying in Canada introduces you to different people, cultures, and languages, English or French. It will help you integrate into Canadian society and aid in becoming a responsible permanent resident of the country.

Canada allows the people granted PR visas through the PNP the freedom to settle in any province in the country. The migrants nominated through the Canadian PNP program for the PR visa are under no obligation to settle in that particular province. Still, they can work and live in any of the provinces of Canada.

This right is stated in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Section 6. In this section, the permanent residents are given the rights to:

  • Relocate to or reside in any of the provinces of Canada
  • Be employed in any province
  • Only the PR visa holders can exercise these rights.