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Why Migrants in the UK Are Opting to Relocate to Canada

With the 2019 UK general elections, done and dusted, awarding Boris Johnson and the Conservative party the winning vote with 43.6% of the vote, many immigrants have been left feeling unsure of their future in the UK.

Before the vote on Thursday, December 12, Boris Johnson stated that he not only planned to “Get Brexit Done”, which he has recently confirmed by amending his Brexit bill to prevent MPs from extending the transition period further than the end of 2020. Johnson has also stated that he plans to reduce the number of “unskilled migrants” entering the UK.

This comes from the fear that the already stretched resources such as funding for the NHS (National Health Service), housing as well as other public services may become exhausted if too many foreign nationals are permitted to enter the country.

Boris Johnson’s comment that non-EU nationals have been “able to treat the UK as though it’s part of their own country” for far too long, has both angered and offended many migrants living in the UK. It's no surprise that there has been a spike in interest in immigration from the UK since the mention of Brexit, and Canada is topping the list of preferred destinations.

Canada is one of the most multicultural, tolerant and welcoming nations in the world, offering free world-class health care and education, up until grade 12, to all of its citizens and permanent residents.

It has been voted one of the best countries to live in, with endless natural beauty and vibrant bustling cities offering lucrative job opportunities, what more could you ask for?

To find out how we can help optimize your Canadian immigration application, simply click the link below or keep reading for more details on the top 3 ways to immigrate to Canada.

How Do I Immigrate to Canada From the UK?

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The top 3 ways to move to Canada from the UK is through one of these 3 programs:

  1. Express Entry system;
  2. Provincial Nominee Program; and
  3. Student Visa.

1. Express Entry

The Express Entry system manages the 3 Canadian federal economic immigration programs and is aimed at skilled workers who want to move to Canada. It works on a point-based system known as the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) which ranks candidates according to factors such as your age, language skills, education, work experience and adaptability to Canadian life.

In order to qualify for the Express Entry system, you will have to have a skill type 0 or level A or B. Early childhood educators are classified as level B, which means that you may be eligible to apply for any program under the Express Entry system.

You will need to create an online Express Entry profile and will be entered into a draw pool, which takes place every 2 weeks, from which the highest scoring candidates will be selected to receive an ITA (Invitation to Apply) for permanent residence in Canada.

2. Provincial Nominee Program

The Provincial Nominee Program allows you to live and work in Canada if you are a skilled or semi-skilled worker and have a valid job offer that is in demand in a particular province or territory. Each province/territory has its own PNP with in-demand occupation lists designed to meet the individual needs of its labour market.

If you are successful in your application you will receive a provincial nomination, which is worth 600 extra points and can be added to your CRS points and will virtually guarantee that you receive an ITA for Canadian permanent residence.

3. Student Visa

Studying in Canada is one of the easiest ways to move to Canada and set you on the path to achieving permanent residence in Canada.

As a graduate of a designated Canadian learning institution, you may be able to apply for a PGWP (Post-Graduate Work Permit). This allows you to gain valuable Canadian work experience in occupations with a NOC (National Occupation Classification) code A, O or B. This essentially increases your chances of receiving permanent residence in Canada through the Canadian Experience Class when you apply through the Express Entry system. After 1 year of work experience, you will be eligible to apply for the CEC and could receive permanent residence in as little as 4 months.

How We Can Help You

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By using a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), the immigration application process will be effortless but you are more likely to be successful in your application. Visas are often rejected due to insufficient documentation, misrepresentation and forms that are completed incorrectly, to name a few. This is why using an RCIC is so important. When you use our services you can rest assured that your application and documents will be verified and submitted as per the government’s regulations. The Canadian government is also more likely to approve your application if they know that you have gone through a certified channel.

Why risk your opportunity to make a new life for you and your loved ones in Canada? Simply fill out our application form to receive your eligibility assessment today and take the next step towards achieving your Canadian dream.

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