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Indian immigrants have often concentrated their efforts on the US and the UK when it comes to traveling overseas and pursuing an education. Canada has become a well-liked choice for candidates during the past ten years.

In comparison to other Western nations, Canada has lower living and education costs. In addition, immigration regulations in Canada are more lenient than in the US and UK. These are the main arguments for choosing Canada over other nations, particularly when applying for a PR Visa.

Three well-liked methods for navigating the Canada PR procedure

Three tried-and-true ways to enter Canada and obtain a PR Visa are as follows:

  1. The Express Entry System
  2. The Provincial Nominee Program
  3. Family Sponsorship

They are elaborated on below.

1.  Express Entry

Aspiring immigrants might consider using the Express Entry System. This is due to two factors: applicants do not require a work offer in order to be eligible for this visa, and the processing period is extremely short. This approach, which aims to make the immigration procedure quick and simple for newcomers, is relatively new.

Under the Express Entry System, there are 3 programs:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Canadian Experience Class 

2. The Program for Provincial Nominees

Since there aren't many people in Canada, this initiative concentrates on bringing in qualified immigrants to close the skills gap in the labor market. Your line of work must be in demand to qualify. A provincial nomination is very valuable and ensures that your CRS score will receive at least 600 points.

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If you choose the Provincial Nomination Program, your application could be handled more quickly. If you choose to apply through Express Entry and also indicate that you are interested in moving to a certain province, they will be able to choose your profile from a pool of other candidates. You will complete the task more quickly and get more points at the same time.

The provinces that provide this facility and the titles of their programs are as follows:

  • Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program
  • British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
  • Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program
  • Northwest Territories Nominee Program
  • Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
  • Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program
  • Quebec Skilled Workers Program
  • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program
  • Yukon Nominee Program

3. Visa for Family Sponsorship

You can sponsor a family member (spouse, relative, parent, grandparent, dependant) to live and work in Canada if you are a permanent resident of Canada over the age of 18.

Under this program, there are 4 streams:

  • Spouse or Common-Law Partner Sponsorships
  • Child or Other Dependent Sponsorship
  • Parent or Grandparent Sponsorship
  • Super Visa

Eligibility for permanent residence in Canada

The requirements for eligibility are as follows:

  • If your score is 67 or above on a scale of 100, you are eligible. They emphasize the following factors:
  1.  Language skills- 28 points
  2.  Education- 25 points
  3.  Work Experience- 15 points
  4.  Age- 12 points
  5.  Offer of Employment- 10 points
  6.  Adaptability- 10 points 
  •  You ought to choose a career that is in demand in Canada.
  • You must be fluent in both English and, to some extent, French, depending on where you are in Canada. Your speaking, reading, writing, and listening abilities will be evaluated. Immigration and Citizenship Canada must approve the test. A reliable exam to demonstrate English ability is IELTS.
  • You must demonstrate that you have the resources to sustain yourself while you are in Canada.
  •  There is no maximum age, although candidates between the ages of 18 and 35 are probably going to score the highest.
  • The Canadian Education Board must accept your educational credentials.
  • You need to have enough pertinent job experience. Full-time, salaried employment is the most reliable.
  • Your profession must fall within the National Occupational Classification's Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B categories.
  • Although it is not required, having a job offer from a Canadian firm is advised since you will earn more points in this method.
  • Additionally, keep in mind that if your spouse is with you, their score will have an impact on your own.

Documentation

The following documents are required:

  • Passport
  • Education Credential Assessment
  • Proof of Funds
  • Proof of Language Proficiency
  • Proof of employment offer
  • Certificate of Nomination
  • Certificate of your Marriage or Divorce if you have any
  • Personal Reference Code
  • Express Entry Profile Number
  • Job Seeker Validation 
  • Certificate of Good Health
  • Certificate of Birth
  • Passport-size photographs
  • PCC
  • Letters of recommendation 

Application Process

Step 1: Verify your eligibility

To start, you must determine your eligibility. To easily calculate your points, add them up or use our CRS score calculator. You are qualified to apply if your total is 67 points or above.

Step 2: Verify your credentials 

Check your academic credentials. It will be simpler to demonstrate your qualifications if you obtained your degree or finished your education in Canada. You must request an Education Credential Assessment from WES if you hold a foreign degree.

Step 3: Take your language tests

Get the required score on your language proficiency test by taking it.

Step 4: Get letters of recommendation from your employers

Request letters of recommendation from your previous employer.

Step 5: Submit your application using the proper entrance method.

Send in your application through the Provincial Nomination Program or the Express Entry pool.

Step 6: Await your application invitation

If you pass the examination, you'll get an invitation to apply.

Step 7: Send your paperwork in

If you are invited to apply, you have 60 days to assemble and submit all of your supporting documentation.

Step 8: Attend a medical examination

You must show up for a medical examination.

Step 9: Present your passport

Your passport must now be turned in to the Indian or Canadian Consulate.

You can get assistance with the application procedure from our qualified immigration experts.

Cost

The prices are as follows:

Fees

CAD

INR

Application Fee Processing Fee

1,365

 82,855

Application Fee (Without the right of permanent residence)

850

51,596

Including Spouse or Common-Law Partner Processing Fee

1,365

82,855

Including Spouse or Common-Law Partner (without right of permanent residence)

850

51,596

Including a Dependent Child

230

13,956

Process Duration

Normally, it takes six to twelve months.

Applications are not being processed as quickly as they should be owing to the numerous limitations that have been put in place as a result of the epidemic.

FAQS

What is the length of the Canada PR procedure?

The epidemic has slowed the procedure considerably, so it might take many weeks.

What are the privileges of a Canada PR visa?

A person who has a permanent resident (PR) visa is allowed to work and live in Canada simultaneously. If the right steps are taken, they may also bring their dependents.

Who is listed on the immigration petition to Canada?

The applicant, spouse, and common-law partner are often included in the permanent visa application. Under some conditions, children older than 19 may also be included.

Who may attend the interview for selection?

The candidate must show up for the interview. If the applicant's spouse is also coming, she or he must be present throughout the interview.

How long does the Federal Skilled Worker Class visa application process take?

The selection process takes six to twelve months.

Do I have to visit Canada in order to complete the immigration process?

No trip to Canada is required as part of the procedure. However, if you can demonstrate that you are familiar with the nation, it could boost your express entry profile.

Do you need a work offer to apply for a visa?

There are a number of Canada visa options available without a work offer.

What if I desire a job that's different from what I used to do before?

You are capable of completing this. There is no need that your profession stays the same.

What if I require a license in order to continue working in Canada as a landed immigrant?

In that situation, you will need to obtain certification. In Canada, there are a number of professions that call for licensure.

How much is the price for permanent residency?

The cost for this right now is $490 CAD.

What are a few promising industries for employment in Canada?

  • Healthcare
  • Engineering
  • Money-related Services
  • Building and skilled trades
  • Machining
  • Heavy machinery operators
  • Agriculture and automobiles

Do you have to pay taxes if you become a permanent resident?

Taxation in Canada is determined by residence rather than citizenship. The answer is that you must pay taxes after you become a resident.

What other common visa types are there?

Two visas are often granted:

What are the various categories of visas for permanent residence?

Permanent visas come in six distinct varieties:

  • Family-Class Immigration
  • Adoption internationally
  • Immigration under the Skilled Worker Class
  • Nomination by Province
  • Immigration for business class
  • Selected Immigration from Quebec

Conclusion

The three approaches—Express Entry, Provincial Nomination Program, and Family Sponsorship—discussed above are simple and well-liked ways to enter Canada. Try to make sure your application includes the following elements to enable a more seamless application process:

  • Accredited educational credentials
  • Ample work history
  • High test results for language proficiency
  • Recommendation letters

Contact Aptech Visa right away if you need assistance with your application or even help to select the best immigration program.

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