Immigration to Canada

Work and live in Canada as a permanent resident.

How does Canada select the best skilled professionals?

Canada is a great country that wants talented people to help this nation keep growing. Canada selects candidates to immigrate to our country based on their ability to become economically established in Canada. So, most of the Canadian immigration platforms have been created to attract people with the skills, knowledge, and expertise needed in the current and future labor market.  

Hire us to advice you and take care of your immigration process under any of the most popular immigration programs to Canada: 

Federal Skilled Worker

This immigration program is for people who are selected to immigrate to Canada because of their work experience and skills gained outside Canada.

Canadian Experience Class

It is for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and want to become permanent residents. Professionals who are already integrated into the Canadian workforce culture benefit from this immigration stream.

Federal Skilled Trade Worker

It is for skilled workers who want to become permanent residents based on being qualified in a skilled trade. This program is to help Canadian business to hire skilled workers to help them complete their work on time.

Get an invitation to become a permanent resident under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Canadian Experience Class Program or Federal Skilled Trade Worker.

Apply through Express Entry

How Does Express Entry Work?

Express Entry is an online immigration application system that the Government of Canada uses to manage and evaluate applications. 

It allows people to submit a profile and be considered as a skilled immigrant. Candidates with the highest ranking are invited to apply for permanent residency.

 

The candidate’s raking is based on different factors including:

  • Candidate's professional field
  • Years of work experience
  • Education
  • Age
  • English and French language skills
  • Canadian work experience
  • Education obtained in Canada
  • Spouse's background

Provinces and territories can also recruit candidates from the Express Entry pool through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) to meet local labour market needs.

Other Immigration Programs

Count on Project Canada Immigration Services to assess your eligibility and represent you under any of these immigrations programs:

Self-Employed

This immigration category lets you live in Canada if you have relevant experience in a world-class level occupation in cultural activities or athletics including performers in the arts, and in the world of sport. If you have performed at the highest level of your discipline or you are known internationally, you may be eligible to immigrate to Canada.

Start-Up Visa Program

This program is to attract and retain entrepreneurs to contribute to the innovation needs of the economy in Canada by starting a business and creating jobs. It was created to link immigrant entrepreneurs with Canadian investor groups to receive funding, guidance and expertise in opening and operating a successful business in Canada.

Provincial Nominees

This program is for Canadian provinces to target and select candidates who can help fill a shortage of skilled workers in the province. Each provinces has their own selection criteria and may target graduated students and business immigrants.

Caregivers

Foreign caregivers are hired to provide care to children, seniors, or people with especial needs. As a caregiver you can immigrate by providing care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs, or work as a live-in caregiver.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

Smaller Canadian communities also have their own economic needs. Therefore, this immigration stream is to support their local economy through immigration. It's a pilot program that will open to permanent resident applicants later in 2019.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot

This is an programs that allows you to immigrate by graduating from a school or working in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland and Labrador.