Canada is the most politically stable country globally. It has the 11th highest-ranking economy in the world and ranks in the top 10 safest countries in the world. This as well as the fact that Canada has an exceptionally high standard of life, including free public healthcare and public education up until grade 12, are the reasons why thousands of skilled and semi-skilled workers are moving to one of the most dynamic, diverse and multicultural communities in the world.
Canada is set to invite 1 million newcomers to call Canada home by 2021, and you could be one of them when you apply through one of over 70+ immigration and visa options. The government has had to address the current labour gap by introducing programs such as the PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) and the Express Entry system to not only fast-track the visa application process but to make it more accessible to those who want to move to Canada.
Canada also extends its lucrative job opportunities to your spouse when you receive Canadian permanent residence. Among the top-earning occupations in demand include physicians; managerial roles and IT workers, however, there are also many jobs available in the manufacturing, agricultural, forestry, mining as well as the tourism and hospitality sectors, which urgently need to be filled.
And the best part is that after just 3 years of living and working in Canada you and your loved ones could be Canadian citizens.
Interested in talking to one of our accredited RCICs (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants) about your options to move to Canada? Simply click the link below or keep reading to find out how you could take the next steps towards a fresh start in Canada.
Top 3 Ways That Moving To Canada From Chile Will Change Your Life
1. Saving on Healthcare Will Allow You To Invest in Education.
As mentioned previously, Canada has some amazing benefits, such as its world-class public health care system which is free of charge to Canadian citizens and permanent residents as well as it’s phenomenal education system that is not only ranked among the top educational institutions in the world but your children will be able to receive a world-renowned secondary education at no cost to you.
By saving on years of secondary schooling and basic healthcare, you will be able to invest in your child’s tertiary education and send them to one of the world’s most highly regarded universities.
2. Studying in Canada Gives You The Opportunity to Gain Valuable Canadian Work Experience.
Did you know that as a graduate of a designated Canadian learning institution you are able to apply for the PGWPP (Post Graduate Work Permit Program)? This allows you to gain valuable Canadian work experience in occupations with NOC code A, O or B, which increases your chances of receiving permanent residence in Canada through the CEC (Canadian Experience Class). After just 1 year of work experience, you will be eligible to apply for the CEC through the Express Entry system and could receive permanent residence in as little as 4 months!
3. Finding a Province Where Your Occupation is In-Demand Will Help You Secure Permanent Residence in Canada.
Canada has thousands of jobs available for both semi and highly skilled workers, but the mistake that most individuals make is to apply in areas that are already saturated with skilled immigrants. As a highly skilled individual you may have a great chance of receiving an ITA through the Express Entry system however this does not guarantee that you will find a job once you move to Canada.
One of the best ways to immigrate to Canada is to apply for a visa through a Provincial Nominee Program that has an Express Entry category. It is important to ensure that your occupation is in demand in your territory or province of choice. This will increase your chances of receiving a PN (Provincial Nomination) which is worth 600 CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System). The maximum CRS score on can get is 1200 which means that by having a PN you have already acquired half of the possible points required to receive an ITA.
This also increases your chance of finding a job offer, which is necessary to be considered eligible for the PNP. The more jobs available, the higher the chances that you will find a job and the higher your chances of receiving permanent residence in Canada.
Another benefit to applying through a PNP with an Express Entry category is that having an Express Entry profile, allows provinces and territories to select eligible candidates from biweekly Express Entry draw pools. This means that your chances to move to Canada are greatly increased simply by having an Express Entry profile.
|Top Jobs In Demand in Provinces/Territories with PNP Express Entry Streams|
|PNP Express Entry Stream||Occupation|
|Alberta Express Entry Stream|
|Express Entry British Columbia|
|Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry|
Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry
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Labour Market Priorities for Physicians
|PEI: Express Entry Labour Market Stream|
|Newfoundland and Labrador Express Entry Skilled Worker|
|Yukon Express Entry (YEE)|
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How We Make Immigration Simple
With all of these immigration and visa options to choose from, the process can become quite overwhelming and confusing. But it doesn't have to be. By using our accredited Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs)you will not only improve your chances of success in the visa application process, but you will get expert advice on which program is best for your specific needs. Our RCICs are highly qualified and are granted permission by the ICCRC to assist you with your eligibility evaluation, review all your documents and application forms and submit them to the Canadian government for you. Why take the chance of having your application denied because your forms are incorrect or sent in too late.
We take care of the fine print while you choose your dream destination in Canada for you and your loved ones. All you have to do is complete our application form to receive your eligibility assessment today. It's just that simple.