Why Canada?

Canada is globally recognized for its outstanding quality of life, stable democratic system and one of the healthiest economies in the world. With immense natural resources and abundance of natural beauty, Canada is well known for its clean environment. Canada has traditionally been a country of immigrants and has a policy of encouraging multicultural diversity. Canada is known as ‘land of opportunities’, renowned for its health care and retirement schemes and excellent education system, the country provides.

PROSPECTS


  • EASY ACCESS TO 108 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD.
  • HIGH STANDARD OF LIVING, BEST QUALITY OF LIFE AND CLEAN ENVIRONMENT
  • OFFERS UNLIMITED POTENTIAL AND GROWING JOB MARKET OPPORTUNITY
  • CONSISTENTLY LOW INFLATION RATE & LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
  • FREE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION AND MEDICAL FACILITIES
  • THERE ARE CHILD TAX BENEFIT SCHEMES, SOCIAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE,
  • RETIREMENT AND PENSION PLANS, OLD AGE PENSION AND OTHER PROGRAMS OFFERED BY THE GOVERNMENT.
  • EXCELLENT UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES THAT OFFERS HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION SYSTEM
  • MULTICULTURALISM, TOLERANT AND PEACEFUL SOCIETY
  • POSITIVE MIGRATION POLICIES, ACCEPTS QUALIFIED SKILLED WORKER, BUSINESS APPLICANTS
  • SUPPORTS AND WELCOMES FAMILY REUNIFICATION
  • ELIGIBILITY FOR CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP AFTER 3 YEARS OF RESIDENCY AND ALLOWS DUAL CITIZENSHIP
  • ACCESS TO THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO MARKETS AS PER THE NAFTA AGREEMENT.

Eligibility:

Any individual who satisfies the 67 points criteria as mentioned by the CANADIAN IMMIGRATION is eligible to apply for the CANADIAN PR VISA from any party of the world. (Note: Canada has point based system for IMMIGRATION).

The criteria to apply for a PR visa is as follows:

Age (below 49 years): 10 points (max)
Education: 25 points (max)
Experience: 21 points (max)]
English Language Proficiency: 16 points(max)
Adaptability:10 points( max)

Tenure:

The tenure of the process for PR visa could be between 8-12 months depending on the case and the rules and regulations of the Federal Government of Canada