Immigration Canada

 Canada Immigration Categories
To immigrate to Canada and become a Canadian Permanent Resident, you will need to apply for and be issued a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa. Canada is a country composed of immigrants from practically every country in the world. Canada’s success is largely due to the contributions made by these immigrants. Every year, thousands of new immigrants in search of a better life for themselves seek Canada Immigration as a means to achieve their goals. The diversified backgrounds and cultures are what make Canada unique. If you are one of the many from around the world who seek to Immigrate to Canada and wish to take advantage of the exceptional quality of life and the world of opportunities offered by this country, one of your first considerations will be the category in which you should apply. Read about these Canada Immigration categories and decide which best suits you and your family.

› Federal Skilled Worker Immigration
Immigration to Canada for professionals with more than 1 year of work experience & post secondary education

› Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration
Immigration to Quebec for professionals with more than 6 months of work experience & post secondary education

› Federal Investor Class Immigration
Canada immigration for managers and business owners with more than 1,600,000 net worth

› Quebec Investor Class Immigration
Quebec immigration for managers and business owners with more than 1,600,000 net worth

› Federal Entrepreneur Class Immigration
Canada immigration class for business owners with more than 300,000 net worth (see also PNP for Business)

Quebec Entrepreneur Class Immigration
Quebec immigration class for business owners with more than 300,000 net worth (see also PNP for Business)

Federal Self-Employed Class Immigration
Canada immigration class for individual with self-employed income as a farmer, athlete or artisan

Quebec Self-Employed Class Immigration
Quebec immigration class for individual with self-employed income and at lease CAD$100,000 of net worth

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
Workers and business owners going to a specific province except Quebec

Family Sponsorship or Spouse Immigration
For individual who has close family member in Canada

› Canada Experience Class Immigration
Canada’s temporary foreign workers and international graduates

Study and Extended Visits
Temporary visa to study in Canada

Work Permits
Temporary visa to work in Canada

Canadian Passports
Permanent residents who qualify for Canadian citizenship can apply for a Canadian passport once they have received the citizenship. To qualify for the Canadian citizenship, individuals should meet the following criteria:

– Age
Individuals need to be at least the age of 18 to apply for a Canadian passport. If the individual is under 18, the individual must be child parent, adoptive parent or legal guardian, the child must be a permanent resident or one of the child parent must be a Canadian citizen

– Permanent Residence status
To apply for the Canadian passport the candidates permanent resident status must not be in question. The individual should not be under a review for any frauds or under a removal order

– Time lived in Canada
The candidate must have lived for 3 years i.e. 1095 days in 4 years preceding the date he applies for the citizenship/passport

– Ability of English or French language
The candidate needs to prove his ability in English or French.

– Criminal history
A candidate to qualify for citizenship should not have been convicted of any criminal offence or being investigated for any kind of crime. Nor the candidate should have had his Canadian citizenship taken away in the past 5 years.

– Knowledge of Canada
A person to become a citizen of Canada should have a knowledge of Canada history, values, institutions and symbols.

Dual Citizenship
Many countries in the world allow a Dual Citizenship. Dual citizenship is a term used for individuals who carry a citizenship for two countries together. Examples of dual citizenship allowing countries include: United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Greece, United States of America, Canada, Fiji, Philippines, Samoa, Tonga, Russia, etc. For more information on which countries allow the dual citizenship, please contact us. In order to have a dual citizenship, Canadian being one of them, along with your current citizenship, you need to first be a permanent resident of the country or be a child under the age of 19 of at least one of the Canadian parent. The Canadian parent can then sponsor you to apply for the Canadian citizenship and you can then eventually get your Canadian passport.

Graduates from Canada
Students who have graduate from a university or college from anywhere in Canada may qualify under this category. The individual must have passed his Master’s or Ph.D. from a recognized college or university in Canada. Once they complete their course, they can apply for a permanent residency under under the education or skilled worker category or even a provincial nominee scheme. Once they have their permanent residency they can apply for a citizenship after living in the country for 1,095 days in total. To be eligible, their permanent residency should not be in question and they should also be able to communicate well in either French or English, the major languages spoken in Canada. They also need to show a sound knowledge of Canada and should not have any kind of criminal history. Once a Canadian citizen, the individual is also able to sponsor their spouse, common-law partner or child for a Canadian permanent residency.

Once the temporary foreign workers complete 2 years of their work in Canada qualify to apply for permanent residency under the Canadian experience class. Once they have their permanent residency and on completing their 3 years i.e. 1,095 days of residency under the permanent resident status in Canada, they can be eligible to apply for the Canadian Citizenship. Candidates do not need to have lived in Canada for 3 years continuously. This residence may have breaks, as far as an individual has lived for the 1,095 days they can be eligible to apply for the Canadian Citizenship.

Family Sponsorship
Spouses or Common law partners of Canadian permanent residents or citizens can be eligible to apply for permanent residency and then citizenship on the basis of a family sponsorship. Similarly, individuals under the age of 18 whose both parents or one of the parent is a Canadian citizen can be eligible to apply for a Canadian citizenship leading to applying for a Canadian Passport. To be eligible under this criterion the permanent residency of the person being sponsored should not be in question. There should be no criminal history against the candidate and the individual should be fluent in either English or French language.

Permanent Residents
Candidates who are already permanent residents of Canada can apply for a citizenship of Canada i.e. Canadian passport. The following are the eligibility criteria for applying for a citizenship once you are already a permanent resident of Canada:
• Age
• Permanent resident status
• Time spent in Canada
• Language abilities
• Criminal history
• Knowledge of Canada

About Canada
Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver, French-speaking Montréal and Québec City, and capital city Ottawa. Canada's vast swaths of wilderness include lake-filled Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains. It's also home to Niagara Falls, a famous group of massive waterfalls.
Capital: Ottawa
Dialing code: +1
Prime minister: Justin Trudeau
Population: 35,151,728
Provinces: Ontario, British Columbia, Québec, Alberta, more
Official Languages: English and French
Area: 9,976,140 km2

The Canadian way of life
Canada is an immense country. It is very diverse in its people, its landscape, its climate, and its way of life. However, Canadians do share the same important values. These values guide and influence much of our everyday life. These are values of pride, a belief in equality and diversity and respect for all individuals in society. Women, men, children and seniors are all equally respected in Canada. Canadians may be different from each other but it is these shared values that make Canada a friendly, caring, peace loving and secure society in which to live. Canada earned particularly high marks for its access to education, high life expectancy (due to universal health care system)

Canada is the world’s second-largest country (9,976,140 km2), surpassed only by the Russian Federation. The country is encased by the world’s longest coastline. Distances in Canada can be vast. Consider the Trans-Canada Highway, which at 7,821 km long is longer than the distance from London to Bombay. More than 50 percent of Canada’s land is blanketed with rich forest ranges, accounting for 10 percent of the world’s remaining forests and 20 percent of the world’s remaining wilderness areas.
Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories. The provinces from west to east are: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and furthest east, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The territories are the Yukon, the Northwest Territories (NWT), and Nunavut, Canada’s newest territory, formed in 1999 out of the eastern part of the NWT and the homeland of the native Inuit.

Canada’s population is over 30 million with the vast majority (77%) living in cities and towns. The largest cities in Canada are: Toronto (4.44 million), Montréal (3.33 million), Vancouver (1.89 million), Ottawa-Hull, the National Capital Region (1.03 million).
In the 1996 census, about 19% of the population reported "Canadian" as their single ethnic origin, with 17% reporting British Isles-only ancestry and 9% French-only ancestry. About 10% reported a combination of British Isles, French, or Canadian origin, with another 16% reporting an ancestry of either British Isles, French or Canadian in combination with some other origin. Some 28% reported origins other than the British Isles, French or Canadian.

Major Cities in Ontario
In 1857, Queen Victoria chose Ottawa, Ontario as the site of the nation’s capital, in part because it was remote enough from the then-hostile southern neighbour and because of its central location between English- and French-speaking Canada. Ottawa is the center of a 4,000-square-kilometre National Capital Region that includes neighbouring Hull, across the Ottawa River in the province of Quebec. The federal government is the dominant employer, accounting for roughly 100,000 jobs in the area, followed by high technology, life sciences, and biotechnology. The Ottawa region is home to many of Canada’s spectacular art galleries and museums, including the National Art Gallery and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. The city’s residents enjoy one of the lowest crime rates in Canada, an abundance of cultural and recreational activities, and some of the country’s most reasonable housing prices. There are a plethora of cultural festivals and celebrations, dance performances, and arts and crafts shows to be taken advantage of year-round. Ottawa’s Canadian Tulip Festival, with its three million tulips, is a welcome taste of spring. In the wintertime, Gatineau Park offers 35,600 hectares of glorious ski trails that also attract swimmers, hikers, picnickers, birdwatchers and cyclists during the warmer months.
Toronto is the capital of Ontario, and the business center of Canada. Financial services, high technology, and insurance companies top the list of businesses represented there. Toronto is home to more top-ranked international companies than any other Canadian city. According to the United Nations, Toronto is the most ethnically diverse city in the Western Hemisphere.

Canada's Multicultural Heritage
Canadians are proud of their multicultural heritage. In Canada, many different cultural and ethnic groups live and work together in harmony and tolerance. Canada's diversity is encouraged by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Canadian Multiculturalism Act. These laws say that all Canadians are free to promote and share our multicultural heritage.
Another major component of Canada's multicultural heritage is the existence of aboriginal people in Canada. Aboriginal people lived in Canada thousands of years before the first immigrants arrived. Aboriginal people of Canada enjoy certain additional rights to protect their cultures and languages and to become self-governing.
St. Catharines has an annual Folk Arts Festival in May of each year that features a parade and open houses sponsored by locals from countries around the world. These open houses feature music, dancing, artifacts, and food from the countries represented. It’s a great way to learn about the many cultures represented in St. Catharines!

Canada's Economy
Canada’s economy is made up of many different industries. There are three main types of industries in Canada: natural resources, manufacturing and services.
1. Natural resource industries include forestry, fishing, agriculture, mining and energy. These industries have played an important part in the country’s history and development. Today, the economy of many areas of the country still depends on developing natural resources.
2. Manufacturing industries make products to sell in Canada and around the world. Manufactured products include paper, technological equipment, automobiles, food, clothing and many other goods. Our largest international trading partner is the United States.
3. Service industries provide thousands of different jobs in areas like transportation, education, health care, construction, banking, communications and government. More than 70 percent of working Canadians now have jobs in service industries.


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