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Best Canadian Visas for Overseas Immigrants

Posted on December 5, 2018
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Best Canadian Visas for Overseas Immigrants

Canada Visa process is known as one of the most challenging one. It is very important to know what the Canadian Government is expecting from Overseas Immigrants. Canada is always looking to welcome skilled Overseas Immigrants. Hence, knowing the right Visa that suits one the most is of utmost importance. Let’s have a quick look at the some of the best Canadian Visas that Overseas Immigrants should avail of.

1. Temporary Visa:

This Visa is a great option for Overseas Immigrants migrating to Canada for studies and work. It is further categorized into 3 Visas –

  • Student Visa
  • Visitor Visa
  • Work Permit

Let’s look at each of them in detail.

Student Visa:

With a Student Visa, Overseas Immigrants can bring their family or spouse along to Canada. They can apply for open Work Permit post graduation. As reported by The Hindu, it is the best destination for Overseas Students. Canada also offers Super Visa for parents and grandparents. It is valid for up to 10 years.

Visitor Visa:

People who want to travel to Canada during vacations should apply for this Visa. However, there is a condition they would have to meet. They must leave the country once the Visa duration is over.

Work Permit:

Overseas Immigrants working in Canada can utilize their work experience to acquire Permanent Residency. Skilled and experienced workers can benefit from following Work Permit programs –

  • Traditional Labor Market Impact Assessment work permit
  • Live-in Caregiver work permit
  • North American Free Trade Agreement work permit

However, they must hold a valid job offer from the country.

2. Business Class Visa:

This Visa option can be selected if Overseas Immigrants have a net worth of $300,000 CAD. It is categorized into 5 Visas.

  • Federal Skilled Worker Visa
  • Canadian Experience Class Visa
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Provincial Nomination Programs
  • Quebec Visa Program

Let’s see how Overseas Immigrants can benefit from each of them.

Federal Skilled Worker Visa:

It is a points-based Immigration system. Overseas Immigrants are assessed based on their experience and language proficiency. They must score at least 67 out of 100.

Canadian Experience Class Visa:

Overseas Immigrants staying in Canada on Work Permit can apply for this Visa. This Visa is for skilled workers.

Federal Skilled Trades Program:

Overseas Immigrants qualified in skilled trade gets to apply for this Visa. English language proficiency is a must for eligibility.

Provincial Nomination Programs:

This is for Overseas Immigrants who couldn’t secure Permanent Residence through Skilled Visas. Provinces in Canada are actively looking to welcome skilled workers for in-demand jobs. However, getting a nomination from one of the provinces is a must.

Quebec Skilled Workers Visa:

Talented and skilled Overseas Workers should apply for this Visa. However, they must apply to the Quebec Government for a Certificate of Selection. Only then can they apply for the Canadian PR.

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