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Migration - Canada


Throughout the world, Canada is known as a prosperous and strong nation valued for its stability, respect for diversity and democratic institutions. With a huge landmass, a relatively small population and abundant natural resources, even a recent United Nations study lists it as the best place in the world to live. This is why Canada has recently become the choice destination for many of the world's immigrants.
      

     Professionals like Architects, Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Nurses (LPN), Social Workers, Chefs, Restaurant and Food Service Managers, Electricians, Mechanics etc are in high demand in Canada. Our expert counselors can identify whether you qualify for Canada migration and along with our Immigration Attorney they assist you in the application formalities. We have assisted many candidates in the past those are now enjoying their lives in Canada, having benefited from our expert services. We will assist you from the initial assessment till you reach and relocated in Canada - the Country of opportunities.
      Canada has one of the best immigration programs in the World. This is a great opportunity for skilled applicants from around the World to immigrate to Canada. Immigration to Canada based on the skilled worker category is a popular visa program and is intended for people with high skills levels and experience. Canadian immigration also includes a special visa category for business immigrants.
      Skilled Workers are persons with suitable education, work experience, age and language abilities under one of Canada's official languages and who are selected as Permanent Residents under six selection factors which demonstrate their likelihood to become economically settled in Canada.
      The Federal Skilled Worker class is point based. Applicants are assessed under 6 factors and numerous sub factors of assessment providing for 67 points. Individuals with at least one year of continuous full-time employment experience, or the equivalent in part-time employment in one or more "open" occupations, within the 10 years preceding the date of their application and who possess the required settlement funding, may qualify for assessment.
      To qualify for admission to Canada as a Skilled Worker, applicants must meet the following conditions:
  Eliminatory conditions:
  Possess at least one year of applicable experience in one of 29 major high demand occupations OR
    Possess an approved offer of employment "Arranged Employment"; OR Legally living in Canada for a minimum of one year either as a temporary foreign worker or an international student.
      Applicants who meet one of the above eliminatory conditions will be eligible for continued processing as a skilled worker and must also meet each of the following essential selection conditions:
      Essential selection conditions:
    Possess one-year, within the previous 10 years, of suitable continuous full-time paid work experience or the equivalent in part-time continuous employment; and  The work experience must be classified within Skill Type 0 (Managerial Occupations), Skill Level A (Professional Occupations), or Skill Level B (Technical Occupations and Skilled Trades) within the meaning of the National Occupational Classification system; and Score sufficient points under the skilled worker point grid comprising of six selection factors. The current pass mark is 67 points; and Possess suitable settlement funding; and
    Undergo a successful security background and medical examination.
        Successful applicants must receive a minimum of 67 points with at least one year of experience within the past 10 years in one of the occupations listed in either Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B of the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
      Eligible professions for applying to migrate to Canada
Under Federal Skilled Worker class, applications are assessed for eligibility according to the criteria listed below.
      This applies to only those who applied on or after June 26, 2010. If your application was received at CIO, before June 26, 2010, it will be processed according to the rules that were in effect at that time.
    A maximum of 20,000 applications under the following 29 eligible occupations, Federal will be considered for processing in the following 12 months.
    Within this 20,000 cap, only a maximum of 1,000 applications per one eligible occupation will be considered for processing each year.
    These limits do not apply to applications with an offer of arranged employment.

 General Information


The Canadian immigration department has developed very systematic immigration criteria to recruit economic class immigrants, who includes skilled workers, and business class immigrants. The present Canadian Immigration and Citizenship department, also known as CIC Canada, is the most important department of the Canadian government.
    Please be aware that NOC and eligibility criteria are subject to revision frequently and it is essential to have more authentic and updated information either by official website www.cic.gc.ca or through our expert Immigration Attorney.
      Canada needs more immigrants. Immigration was declared the primary contributor to the national population increase of 4 percent, ahead of birth rates and natural increase for the first time since the Second World War. In a few years it will be the only source of increase in Canada's population.
    Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Canadian Government's Immigration Department, also allows the province of Quebec to select immigrants. Just as importantly, 40 percent of the annual immigration to Canada is under the family reunion and refugee programs. In spite of being one of the largest countries in the world, Canada has a population of only 30 million people. It ranks 28th in population size with a population density of approximately 3 persons per square kilometer. Being highly industrialized, Canada has very less unemployment rate and with a reasonable cost of living. Therefore, Canadian immigration policy is open for people from all parts of the world provided they meet the requirements set by the Canadian immigration authorities. Admission to Canada is governed by Canadian Immigration Act and Immigration Regulations.
      Applying for a job in Canada while you are in India will not serve your purpose. Canadian companies generally interview landed immigrants or Canadian citizens. After the applicant lands in Canada, the Canadian Employment Centers operated by the Government of Canada offers complete assistance to the landed immigrant to locate a job and establish residence.
      Canada is a federation of ten provinces and three territories (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan) and three territories (Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut).
       Canada has an extensive coastline on its north, east, and west, and since the last glacial period, it has consisted of eight distinct forest regions, including extensive boreal forest on the Canadian Shield. The vastness and variety of Canada's geography, ecology, vegetation and landforms have given rise to a wide variety of climates throughout the country. Because of its vast size, Canada has more lakes than any other country, containing much of the world's fresh water. There are also fresh-water glaciers in the Canadian Rockies and the Coast Mountains. Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area. Canada's common border with the United States to the south and northwest is the longest in the world
      Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary according to the location. Winters can be harsh in many regions of the country, particularly in the interior and prairie provinces, which experience a continental climate, where daily average temperatures are near −15 °C (5 °F) but can drop below −40 °C (-40 °F), with severe chill winds. In non coastal regions, snow can cover the ground almost six months of the year (more in the North). Coastal British Columbia enjoys a temperate climate, with a mild and rainy winter. On the east and west coasts, average high temperatures are generally in the low 20s °C (70s °F), while between the coasts, the average summer high temperature ranges from 25 to    30 °C (77 to 86 °F),with occasional extreme heat in some interior locations exceeding 40 °C (104 °F).
      Formally considered a constitutional monarchy, Canada is governed by its own House of Commons. While the Governor-General is officially the representative of Queen Elizabeth II, in reality the Governor-General acts only on the advice of the Canadian Prime Minister. Canada's two official languages are English and French. Canada has a diverse makeup of nationalities and cultures and constitutional protection for policies that promote multiculturalism rather than a single national myth. In Quebec, cultural identity is strong, and many French-speaking commentators speak of a Quebec culture as distinguished from English-Canadian culture, however as a whole Canada is a cultural mosaic — collection of several regional, aboriginal, and ethnic subcultures. Canada encompasses six of the world's 24 time zones. From east to west, they are: Newfoundland Standard Time Zone, Atlantic Standard Time Zone, Eastern Standard Time Zone, Central Standard Time Zone, Mountain Standard Time Zone and Pacific Standard Time Zone.
      The Canadian currency system uses dollars ($) and cents (¢) similar to the US, Australia and New Zealand. Canada now has one and two-dollar coins, often called the "loonie" and the "toonie" respectively, in addition to 0.01¢, 0.05¢, 0.10¢ and 0.25¢ coins. Paper money comes in different colors and designs. The most common are $5 bills (blue), $10 bills (purple), $20 bills (green), $50 bills (red) and $100 bills (brown). Most hotels, stores and restaurants will accept US dollars, though sometimes at a lower exchange rate than at banks or airports. Large hotels will usually give you a rate similar to those at the bank. It is always a good idea to convert some of your money to Canadian currency prior to leaving home.