New Draw for EE trades candidates. The Government of Canada has invited candidates for the Federal Skilled Trades Class with CRS of 357. This specific program prioritizes the working skills and experience, instead of education and language, among other criteria. The Federal Skilled Trades Class is one of three Federal High Skilled immigration programs managed by the Express Entry system.
On fire!!! Manitoba and Alberta combined have invited this week 567 skilled workers candidates to immigration. The province of Manitoba invited 194 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence on October 10. And the province of Alberta invited 374 candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores as low as 400 to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. If you aim to immigrate to Canada, follow the ancient Roman advice, divide and conquer. Go for the province's nomination programs and conquer your immigration.
New draw in Saskatchewan PNP in-demand occupation. 559 candidates were invited to apply under the Express Entry and In-Demand Occupation streams. Recently the province of Saskatchewan increased the list of occupation in-demand embracing way more possibilities for candidates compared to other provinces in Canada. Despite the mandatory, at least one-year work experience related to the field of study, a job offer and Canadian experience are not required, as well if the candidate has one or both will be given priority. In this way, the province is making itself more attractive to foreigner candidates than other ones in the country. Chances are higher in Saskatchewan!!
Canada is heading to the 43rd federal election on October 21. Regardless of the outcome, we don't expect a big change in immigration policy. A recent survey released by Angus Reid Institute showed that 39 percent of Canadians agreed with the actual level of immigration and 13 percent belives it should be higher. These data show that the majority of Canadians do agree with the immigration targets and understand how important it is for the country's future.
New community options for the entrepreneur immigration pilot program in interior BC. Recently 8 new communities were added to the entrepreneur immigration regional pilot program. Now the total community participants in the program are 66. The newly added communities are: Akisqnuk First Nation Canal Flats Parksville Peachland Radium Hot Springs Regional District Of East Kootenay (are F, area G) Shuswap Indian Band The pilot immigration program aims to economically develop communities with less than 75,000 people and the minimum amount of investment required from applicants is 100,000.00 CDN, with a minimum verifiable net worth of 300,000.00 CDN.
10 provinces, 3 territories, 1 country and many different options to immigrate to Canada. Why put all your eggs just in one basket? One of the immigration goals in Canada is to support economic growth. Different provinces have different needs when comes to labour market shortage and economic development. From high skilled tech needs to truck drivers and carpenters, Canada needs all and in all regions. It works the same for entrepreneurs pathways, from farmers to aerospace industry, there is always a demand in Canada.
New draw for EE this October 2nd. With a minimum score of 464, 3,900 candidates were invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada. The score is a little bit higher than the previous one, but the number of invitations keeps going up.
3 Tips for an immigrant start a business in Canada. Do you know that statistic Canada says that 5,3% of immigrants have a new company compared to 4,8% of Canadian born? Open a business in Canada is not hard, and the country laws and regulations are welcoming new business, but a couple of things are important to know before launch your company. Credit history - To new immigrants, credit history is an entirely new thing. It is very important to start your credit history, the most common and easy way to do it is having a credit card and be responsible with your spending. After 6 months it is possible to have a consistent credit history where a financial institution can base their decision. Be open to Canadian culture - It is important to understand the local culture and clients. The best way to do that is engaged in your local chamber of commerce or other organizations related to your business. Find a mentor - There is a lot to understand and research at the moment you are starting a new business, having someone that has done the same pathway is important and valuable. There is a lot of organizations in Canada that provide guidance to new entrepreneurs, just take advantage of what is already set to help you out. Canada is eager to have bold people that are ready to work hard and succeed. If you are like this, come to Canada. ... See more
Labour force shortage - a Canadian problem. Coast to coast, and there is a lot in between, one of the biggest Canadian problems is a labour force shortage. Canada is struggling to replace retire Canadians and to fill new positions which are strongly necessary to support economic growth. One solution that helps to face the problem is immigration. Canada uses immigration as a driven force for economic development (special in the entrepreneur pathways) and adjustments in labour force shortages as in skilled and semi-skilled worker programs. In exchange of immigrants valuable contribution Canada offers a great life quality and an awesome community. Come to Canada!!
Do you want to immigrate to Canada? If yes, put Saskatchewan as your priority. The province of Saskatchewan has expanded the list of in-demand occupation to 218. In the provincial Express Entry program and sub-category of in-demand occupations, the options reach to 218. There is no need for a job offer or Canadian work experience to qualify. If you are a professional and wants to immigrate to Canada, Saskatchewan is your final destination. Contact us if you need help with your application.
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