Are you eligible for Canadian Immigration?
Canada is eager to bring in new immigrants as much as possible. Therefore, the Canadian Government has decided to accept up to 401,000 new permanent residents in 2021, 411,000 in 2022, and 421,000 in 2023.
According to section 12 of the Canadian immigration law, known as IRPA, immigration to Canada falls into three major groups:
- Family Reunification: allows Canadians to sponsor their loved ones to Canada.
- Economic Immigrants: are mainly skilled workers, business owners, or senior managers with management experience and investment capabilities.
- Refugees: for people who have left their country because of persecution or similar immense issues.
- Of course, there are other ways of moving to Canada.
Here we’ll bring you a tool to find out if you are eligible for Canadian immigration.
Discover if you’re eligible for Canadian Immigration
Fill out our free assessment form and a member of our team will review the information. If we find an opportunity for you we will contact you in 5 to 10 days. Otherwise, we will keep you on file for future opportunities.
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If you have a broad question about immigration to Canada, please fill out the following form. Of course, if you have specific questions, book a consultation session.
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