Atlantic Canada refers to the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The IRCC has created a specific program to support employers in Atlantic Canada and to spur economic development. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot program helps employers recruit skilled workers and international graduates, and sponsor those candidates for permanent residence.
Express Entry is Canada’s system that manages permanent residency for high-skilled foreign workers. The online application process ranks an applicant’s work experience, education, and language skills, along with other factors
If you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada or Canadian Indian, you are eligible to sponsor certain individuals to come to Canada. This sponsorship does come with obligations, such as the requirement to provide the family members with financial support. For more information on Family sponsorship, kindly book consultation. BOOK A CONSULTATION
Health-Care Workers Permanent Residence Pathway
Permanent Residence Pathway For Hong Kong Residents
In addition to the permanent residency options, the IRCC also has several ways that you can visit and stay in Canada on a more temporary basis.
Temporary Resident to Permanent Resident Pathway
The Provincial Nominee Program is for foreign workers who want to become permanent residents of Canada and have the skills and education to contribute to a province (or territory) and wish to live in that province. Each province establishes its own streams and defining criteria.
During the COVID pandemic, the refugee community made significant contributions to the health of Canadians by working in long-term and other health-care facilities. In recognition of their service to the country, the Canadian government created a pathway to permanent residency for these refugee claimants.
In order to qualify for this pathway, you must:
● Have worked in Canada’s health-care industry during the pandemic
● Have worked directly with patients
● Have a pending or failed refugee application and applied prior to March 13, 2020, and continue to reside in Canada
Kindly book a consultation for more information about the permanent residence pathway for health-care workers or for support with an application. Book A Consultation.