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Canada has been one of the most sought destination for immigrants from all over the world. It offers more than 60 immigration programs to individuals seeking to migrate to Canada. With that being the case, applying to the correct Canadian Immigration category is of vital importance. There have been cases where people have gathered all the correct documents and met the qualifications and requirements but got rejected due to filing their applications to the incorrect immigration pathway.

Our team of experts ensure that your application gets filed properly to the correct programs and also guide you with detailed explanations on the proceedings.

How Can I apply for immigration to Canada?

Canada is all set to welcome more than a million immigrants via its range of immigration streams. If you are wondering how to migrate to Canada, don't worry as our team of experts at Advocates Immigrations Office is committed to making things simple for you. Below is a list of key steps eligible candidates must take while navigating through the process of migration from India.

  • Check your eligibility;

  • Submit and get Language assessment Certification;

  • Get Education Credential Assessment done;

  • If your trade or profession is regulated then apply for a certificate of qualification;

  • Create an Express Entry Profile;

  • Arrange all necessary documents for Invitation to Apply (ITA);

  • Submit Visa Application within 60 days of receiving an ITA;

  • Submit medical test results, PCC reports and Biometrics;

  • Send passport for Visa Stamping; and

  • Move to Canada!

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Since each program has its own eligibility criteria, the best choice would be to consult an immigration professional before selecting a program to apply to. There are many conditions and qualifications that are to be met to be able to apply for a program.

Why choose Canada?

Canada has always been an attractive destination for people to migrate for a plethora of reasons, some of which are:

- Free universal healthcare

- Better work-life balance

- Paid statutory holidays

- Paid maternity leave

- Canada is more accepting of migrants.

- Canadian Dollar still stands strong in the global currency rankings

- Canadian Immigration programs are somewhat easier to qualify for when compared to other nations.

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What if I don't meet the qualifications?

If you are worried about not meeting the qualifications, we can help you put your mind at ease. Canada caters diverse immigration policies to a broad range of candidates, aspiring to enhance their quality of life by leveraging the ample social benefits that are accessible to every permanent resident of Canada.

The number of international migrants in Canada has grown rapidly in recent years and will continue to be the same as the country has set an ambitious target of inviting millions of immigrants in the next five years. Canada's reputation of being an immigration-friendly nation has also made it easier for people to move to Canada to explore job opportunities, education, and quality of life.

Canada has the most comprehensive set of immigration policies. Whether you are a skilled worker, student, visitor, or entrepreneur, Canada has every migration program and visa stream in place to address your visa needs. Its most celebrated Express Entry System has made it possible for thousands of skilled workers to migrate to Canada and live a life they have always aspired for. The entire system is designed to control and streamline the flow of migrants into the country and invite only those who have the necessary skills and experience to address the ongoing labour market needs of Canada.

Note: Some/Parts of the information on this page is sourced from the resources of the Government of Canada and Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).In case of any feedback, comment, or inquiry, please, email us at: inquiry@aioimm.com