The procedure for migration in Canada

How to move to Canada for permanent residence?

It’s not easy to get to Canada, they are watching the migration carefully. The execution of the laws is monitored by the Department of Citizenship and Immigration of Canada – Citizenship and Immigration Canada, or briefly CIS.

This agency has various representative offices in all regions of Canada, as well as residence around the world – the office of visa, officials in plenipotentiary and representative offices of Canada.

For an unstable (up to six months) living in the country, you need to open a temporary (“guest”) visa. For guests from states with a “simplified” entry into Canada, guest visas (rather – a stamp that grants the right to stay in Canada) is affixed to the passport after arrival in the country. And in all other cases, you must first apply for a temporary visa to the embassies or other visa offices.

How to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

There are many immigration programs for immigrants for immigrants. All programs have their own requirements and orders that are mandatory for the candidates to go through immigration processes and receive immigration visas. In order to get to Canada, you need to go through a federal or provincial immigration program. Federal programs are working throughout Canada, they are not tied to a certain regions (not counting Quebec). The peripheral provincial programs are designed for the requests of certain provinces and are developed in this way so that the immigrant is most likely to stay in certain provinces.

Canadian Experience Class

The main requirements from the Canadian Experience Class to immigrating are listed below:

Good knowledge of English or French.

Work experience within three years with a working day is at least 8 hours a day, and then at least one year of work in Canada in its specialty in legal status.