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Canada PR Visa Process

Canada is a culturally diverse nation that has one of the most optimistic immigration policies in the world. Every year, the Canadian government greets lakhs of immigrants from across the globe. It has now become one of the most favourite destinations by the immigrants due to an improvement in its economy and superb quality of life. There should be an international standard that, if you want everything to be great in your life, you should just go and study, work and live in Canada.

 

Educational Credential Assessment

You must be at least graduate to apply Permanent Residency and start Canada PR Process in Canada. Also, if you are applying for Canada PR as a skilled worker from an overseas country, you need to provide ECA (Educational Credential Assessment)from approved authority, such as WES, so that IRCC can verify your qualification obtained from outside Canada.

 

AGE Factor

You must be at least 18 years old to apply Canada PR. You get points for age factor up to the age of 46 years. However, with the increase in age, your points start decreasing. You get maximum points for age factor when you are in age group 18-35

 

Language Proficiency Test

English and French are the two official languages of Canada. Hence, as an applicant of Canada PR, you must prove your proficiency (minimum CLB 7) in one of these languages. You need to provide Language proficiency test result from an approved language testing agency, such as, IELTS for English proficiency.

 

Work Experience

To apply Canada PR, you must have at least 1 years of work experience. However, to get invitation to apply for Canada PR from IRCC, you must earn high enough points on the point based immigration system of Canada. Hence, work experience of at least 3 years can help you earn good points.

 

Benefits of living in Canada
  • Canada is one of the most immigrant and expat friendly nations in the world
  • Minimal Immigration Regulations as compare to other countries
  • Entitlement to free education, health care facilities, and other government welfare benefits
  • Qualify to gain Canada citizenship in under three years of getting Canadian PR status
  • Canada is ranked the top country to live in when it comes to the quality of life - as per UN report


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