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    According to one quote “Sometimes the choice of answer confuses you more than the question.” Today plenty of information available on the internet and the surroundings of the people regarding the immigration and permanent residency of any of the county and that confuses them. As a result, many people are unable to take wise decision for their careers especially in Canada permanent residency selection. Here we try to some basic reason why you need a Canada immigration consultant for your Canada Permanent Residency Visa.

    • Aspire Square Immigration consultant is known for its country-specific counseling for the last decade or so
    • Over the years Aspire Square immigration consultant is guiding several people in a precise manner who are looking for a permanent residency visa, or student visa or visit visa
    • Apart from this, Aspire Square is holding a core position in the coaching sector as well
    • On the overview, the Canada Permanent Residency process seems an easy-going process and even any layman can apply for it for himself. At some point of the stage, it is correct as well. However, there many small peculiarities which only a professional can pick and submit the profile accordingly
    • Usually, the major concerns raised after getting a nomination or invitation from the federal government or any province. This time is really crucial and you highly need a professional consultant who knows the ins & outs of the entire Canada PR Process.

    Why You Should Immigrate to Canada?

    Canada offers a variety of immigration options for you to choose from, whether you wish to study or work, or even apply for Permanent Residency. Canada knows the value benefit skilled immigrants bring along with them and has designed policies to attract immigrants and make them feel at home. If opportunities, sophisticated lifestyle, benefits, and the breath-taking beauty of Canada allure you to relocate, come to us. We offer excellent immigration services and will assist you to get Permanent Residence in Canada and make the country your abode.

    From an immigration point of view, Canada has a wide range of options. According to a calculation, nearly 80 different immigration programs are running which help to obtain permanent residency in Canada in direct or indirect ways. Not only from today but from over the years Canada needs skilled migrants. However, the structure of inviting skilled immigrants is changed drastically in past few years. And as a result, they have started inviting a huge number of candidates from the past 5 years.

    The reasons behind this are the policies and strategies which they have designed to attract the number of skilled immigrants.

    On the other hand, there also plenty of other benefits that also attract many migrants to the country. Such as,

    Canada PR Rights

    1. Right of permanent residency

    Because of the permanent residency candidates can have the right to live, work and/or study anywhere in Canada and enjoy almost every benefit which a Canadian citizen is getting.

    2. Sponsor eligible family members

    A permanent resident can also invite his/her spouse and dependent children as well. On the other hand, if the resident lives in the provinces like Alberta, Manitoba, or Saskatchewan then he/she can sponsor the other family members like siblings, cousins, and parents-grandparents as well.

    3. Apply for Canadian Citizenship

    After residing for 3 years as permanent residents in Canada the candidate can also eligible to apply for citizenship of Canada as well. However, there are certain rules and regulations which they need to follow before applying for citizenship.

    4. Freedom of work anywhere in Canada

    As a permanent resident, the candidate is allowed to work anywhere and under any employer of Canada. However, he/she is only not allowed to work for high-level security and government jobs because it requires to have Canadian citizenship.

    5. No tax on income from outside Canada

    Canadian residents and citizens only need to pay the taxes if they are working physically in Canada otherwise, if they are working outside of Canada then there will be no tax on their income.

    6. Access to subsidized study option

    Canadian permanent residents and citizens have the access to get subsidized education from any Canadian university, college, institute, or post-secondary education organization that is public-funded. Apart from this, they can also enroll themselves for free English and French language coaching which can be offered by the federal or provincial government.

    7. Social Security services and their benefits

    The benefit is specially designed for those citizens and permanent residents who are unable to work due to disability, or may they unable to find even the survival jobs. The benefits which they get under the process.

    • The Pension
    • The subsidized accommodation, especially for low-income individuals.
    • Compensation of workers
    • Insurance coverage for unemployment
    • Up to 98% subsidized medication facilities for especially for low-income group people
    • Without any cost job searching and skill enhancement training facilities
    • Subsidize for children for private nurseries admission for the low-income group

    8. Canadian Law Protection

    The Canadian law and Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms protect and give the rights not only to the Canadian citizens but also to Canadian Residents.

    9. Connections with the USA

    Canada and the USA have attached with the NAFTA Agreement and as a result, both the countries’ residents are allowed to work legally in both countries. After getting citizenship they are also allowed to settle in the vice e versa country.

    Rights for the Canadian Citizens

    Canadian citizens have only two more rights than Canadian Residents.

    • They can vote in the Elections and
    • They can do High-level Government and high -level security and defense jobs

    How to Apply for Canada PR?

    First of all, a person who wants to apply for Canada PR, need to understand the Canada PR points calculator and Canada Express Entry Points Calculator. The calculator is based on the two kinds of point systems.

    1. The first one is considered as an eligibility points system and the second one is called a selection point.
      • In the eligibility criteria, there is 100 points system 67 points are required to get eligible to apply for Express Entry.
      • These points are covering the six selection factors which we will discuss further on.
    2. The second points table is the Canada Express Entry Points Calculator of 1200 points which are called selection points.
      • Usually, twice or sometimes thrice in a month, CIC declares the selection draws which are called the express entry draws.
    3. There are several kinds of programs through which candidates can apply for the Canada PR. However, these programs are known as the easy, straight and fastest ways for the permanent residency. Programs like Federal Skilled Worker Program, (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP), Provincial Nomination Program (PNP), Canadian Experience Program (CEC), Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP), Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP), etc.
    4. Now the Express Entry is not any federal program but it is just an online application system which affiliate with the above-mentioned programs
    5. This system has provided a single-window entry for all the programs. However, still, there are some provinces where candidates need to file a separate Expression of Interest (EOI). For instance, Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP), Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), Prince Edward Island Nominee Program (PEIPNP), Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

    Steps to Apply for Canada PR (Through Express Entry)

    1. Undergo an English proficiency test

    Your English proficiency test scorecard serves as a mandatory document while applying for Canadian PR. Hence, the very first step to move towards getting a PR in Canada is completing the English proficiency test. IELTS and CELPIP are the two major options you can consider to accomplish the purpose.

    2. Set up an Express Entry Profile

    The next step to kick off the process for Express Entry is creating a profile on the IRCC website.

    3. Finish Your Educational Credentials Assessment

    Completing the Educational Credentials Assessment is helpful for the candidates who completed their studies beyond Canada. Hence, it is prudent to finish your ECA before proceeding.

    4. Enroll in The Provincial Nomination Program (Not compulsory)

    Although it’s not mandatory, if you apply for any of the available Provincial Nomination Programs and get selected, you are likely to gain extra CRS points for your Express Entry profile.

    5. Wait for The ITA (Invitation to Apply)

    If you get a remarkable CRS score in the Express Entry Canada Program and get the approval of your application, you are likely to receive an ITA for the Canadian PR. The full application has to be submitted within 90 days of ITA receipt.

    6. Get Ready with Your Fitness And Character Certificates

    You will need medical and police clearance certificates showing your appropriate health and clean criminal record as mandatory documents to complete the Canada Immigration process. Get ready with both.

    7. Wait for The Confirmation of Your PR

    After your application gets approved by the immigration officer, you are likely to receive a confirmation of your PR status. There are several categories in place under which you can apply for the Canadian PR. The general processing time of your application largely depends on the category you choose.

    After the completion of all the above steps, you can ask for a PR card and pack your bags to travel to Canada.

    Important Document Required for Canada PR from India

    • A valid passport.
    • A document showing your exact age (example – birth certificate).
    • Marriage or divorce certificate (if applicable).
    • Documents showing your educational qualification (such as degrees and mark sheets).
    • Experience certificates from previous employers.
    • Proof of adequate funds (such as bank statements).
    • ECA report.
    • English language proficiency test scorecard (such as IELTS or CELPIP).
    • Express Entry application details. (such as profile number and job seeker validation code).
    • Letter of offer from a Canadian employer (if any).
    • Provincial nomination certificate (if applicable).
    • Medical certificate showing your health and fitness.
    • A police clearance certificate showing your clean criminal record.

    How to Improve the CRS Score?

    • Apply via Provincial Nomination Program
    • Migrate with non-accompanying spouse may enhance your score (in certain applications only)
    • Attempt to gain a job offer from a Canadian employer.
    • Pursue a higher education course.
    • Get remarkable employment experience (at least 3 years).
    • Work on your language proficiency (such as CLB 9 in IETLS or CELPIP).
    • Try to learn additional languages (such as French).

    Eligibility Criteria for Canada PR

    • The candidate must be above 18 years and below of 45 years of age
    • The candidate must hold at least secondary institution (high school) or post-secondary institution. However, a graduation degree or higher degree will give add-on advantage
    • The candidate must have proof of language proficiency
    • The candidate must have at least 1 year of employment experience.
    • Especially, achieve 67 points to apply for Express Entry program
    • Achieve at least CLB 7 in IELTS or CELPIP

    General Processing Time for Canada PR Visa

    There are several different categories under which a Canada PR visa can be applied. Although the processing time can vary depending on the type of visa you choose, the overall processing time can range between 6 to 12 months.

    Different Canada PR Programs

    1. Express Entry Program

    Express Entry is trending and the most popular Canada immigration program that allows the candidates to migrate to Canada within a few months.

    It is a kind of competitive program that ranks skilled candidates based on a few criteria and provides the chance to the most deserving candidates to immigrate and dwell in Canada.

    Primarily, three programs run under the Express Entry Canada immigration program. These include

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

    The three programs differ in terms of the eligibility criteria and the underlying candidate must be eligible for at least one of the programs to get a Canadian PR successfully.

    Let us have a look at a few of the eligibility criteria associated with the three programs

    Eligibility Criteria Canadian Experience Class Federal Skilled Worker Program Federal Skilled Trades Program
    A valid job offer in hand Not mandatory Not mandatory Not mandatory
    Education requirement Nil secondary institution (high school) or post-secondary institution Nil
    Employment experience Minimum 1 year in the past three years (work experience can be a combination of part-time and full-time and place of work should be Canada) Minimum 1 year in the past 10 years (can be a combination of part-time and full-time work) Minimum 2 years in the past 5 years (can be a combination of part-time and full-time work)
    Language proficiency Required (English or French) Canadian Language Benchmark 7 for NOC 0 or A jobs or Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for NOC B jobs Required (English or French) You must get a minimum level of CLB 7 or NCLC 7 for 1 official language in all 4 language areas. To get points for the second official language, you must meet the minimum level of CLB 5 or NCLC 5 in all 4 language areas Required (English or French) meet the minimum score of Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for speaking and listening, and Canadian Language Benchmark 4 for reading and writing
    Other Requirements You must plan to live outside the province of Quebec Age must be above 18 years and below of 45 years You must plan to live outside the province of Quebec.
    You and your spouse or common-law partner who will immigrate with you to Canada can earn points for adaptability
    • Meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as set out in the National Occupational Classification, except for needing a certificate of qualification
    • Have a valid job offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least 1 year or certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal authority
    • Proof of funds You must show that you have enough money for you and your family to settle in Canada, unless you are currently able to legally work in Canada and have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada

    2. Provincial Nominee Program

    The Provincial Nominee Program is a crucial division of Canada’s immigration policy that allows a tremendous number of talents to get Canada PR every year.

    The program allows different provinces and territories of Canada to nominate talented individuals to get the Canada PR based on the skill-set required by their domestic economies.

    Almost every province within Canada executes the Provincial Nominee Program to welcome skilled people from across the world and attempt to boost their regional economies.

    Different Provincial Nominee Programs Available in Canada

    1. Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP)

    The Ontario Immigration Nominee Program is one of the most vigorous Provincial Nominee Programs available in Canada. The program enables the government of Ontario to recommend skilled individuals, graduates, and business minds for immigration to Ontario’s land.

    The federal programs run under Express Entry are the effective way to apply for Ontario immigration, however, there are other routes too.

    The candidates possessing the OINP nomination are expected to gain 600 extra CRS points in their Express Entry ranking.

    There are three major categories under which the candidates can enrol themselves under the Ontario Immigration Nominee Program. These are

    • Human Capital Category
    • Employer Job Offer Category
    • Business Category

    where each category can be further subdivided into different sections depending on the eligibility criteria and the skills possessed.

    2. British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)

    The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program is another powerful Provincial Nominee Program available in Canada that favours skilled workers and business people to migrate and settle in British Columbia forever.

    The two major streams under which the candidates can apply for BCPNP include Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC, however, there is a supplementary stream for Entrepreneurs too.

    These streams can be further subdivided into many categories on the basis of prerequisites and underlying conditions.

    3. Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program

    The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program offers a home to a huge range of workers, graduates, and business people to Alberta province. The program mainly includes three classes namely, the Alberta Opportunity Stream, the Alberta Express Entry Stream, and the Self-Employed Farmer Stream. The streams differ in terms of the eligibility requirements.

    4. Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

    The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program is one more prominent gateway to the Canadian land. The program is subjecting to renewal for the past few years and it is still imminent.

    • Skilled Worker Overseas Stream
    • Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream
    • International Education System
    • Manitoba Business Investor Stream a few streams that are already available in the current version of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program or are serving as a part of the MPNP renewal process

    5. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

    The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program presents a huge range of immigration classes for deserving immigration candidates.

    The most important part of the SINP program is that most of the categories associated with the program do not ask the candidate to create an Express Entry profile to apply for the Canadian PR.

    • The International Skilled Worker Category
    • Entrepreneur and Farm Category
    • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category, and
    • Saskatchewan Experience Category are the four major categories associated with Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

    6. Nova Scotia Nominee Program

    The Nova Scotia Nominee Program also offers many distinct immigration classes to help an assorted range of skilled individuals to move to the Canadian land. Out of the huge array of immigration streams presented by the program, the three are alignable with the Express Entry Canada.

    The main streams associated with NSNP include the following

    • Nova Scotia Demand (Express Entry)
    • Nova Scotia Experience (Express Entry)
    • International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream
    • Entrepreneur Stream
    • Skilled Worker Stream
    • Occupation in Demand Stream
    • Physician Stream
    • Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities
    • Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities for Physicians.

    7. New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

    The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program is another popular Canadian immigration option for people seeking a Canadian PR. The presently available classes under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program include the following

    • Express Entry Labour Market Stream
    • Entrepreneurial Stream
    • Skilled Workers with Family Support
    • Succession Connect Pilot Program
    • Post Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream
    • Skilled Workers with Employment Support

    8. Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP)

    The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program is an excellent option for people striving for a way to move to the Prince Edward Island province of Canada. The primary categories through which the program receives the applications include

    • PEI PNP Express Entry
    • Labour Impact Category
    • Business Impact Category

    9. Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP)

    The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program gives the chance to the talented individuals to get a Canadian PR and reside in the Newfound and Labrador region of Canada. The eminent categories of this program include

    • Skilled Worker Category
    • International Graduate Category
    • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
    • International Entrepreneur Category
    • Newfoundland and Labrador Express Entry Skilled Worker
    • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

    10. Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP)

    The Northwest Territories Nominee Program allows the applicants to enroll for Canadian PR under two main categories – Employer Driven Program and Business Immigration Program where each category possesses a distinct group of relevant subclasses.

    11. Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)

    The Yukon Nominee Program provides Canadian PR to worthy candidates under five major categories. These include

    • Yukon Express Entry
    • Skilled Worker
    • Yukon Community Pilot
    • Business Nominee
    • Critical Impact Worker

    Cost of Applying for Canada PR Visa

    The cost of migrating to Canada may slightly vary depending on the circumstances and category of visa you choose, however, the general cost for the same can be estimated as follows

    Factors Charges
    Visa Fee for the first candidate CAD 825 (Approx. 44,660 INR)
    Visa Fee for the subsequent candidate CAD 825 (Approx. 44,660 INR)
    Visa Fee for the minor candidate CAD 225 (Approx. 12,180 INR)
    Police verification and medical charges Approx. 5000 to 8000 INR
    Right to Permanent Resident fee CAD 500 (Approx. 27,066 INR)
    Provincial nomination Fee Depends on the province
    Additional Charges
    IELTS exam charge Approx. 14,000 INR
    ECA charge CAD 250 – 500 (Approx. 13000 to 28000 INR)


    Perks of Hiring a Canada Immigration Consultant for Canada PR Visa Process

    • Helps you to choose the right visa category.
    • Helps you to accomplish a thorough and faultless application submission.
    • Helps you to prepare and verify the required documents.
    • Helps you to save significant amounts of both your valuable time and money.
    • Helps you to keep the right track of your application process.
    • Are very well aware of the latest laws and trends.
    • Helps you to fix complicated issues easily.
    • Eliminate the risk of your application rejection.

    In short, hiring a Canada immigration consultant is always a wise decision if you are endeavouring for a swift, faultless and easy-going visa process.

    Canada Immigration Consultant Helps to Immigration to Canada

    Canada is a dreamland for many aspirants wishing to live a classy life and acquire a wonderful future. Unfortunately, not every individual is able to meet his dream of migrating to Canada due to the complexity associated with the visa process.

    An excellent choice that gives you the opportunity to reach the Canadian land is to hire Canada immigration consultant. With detailed knowledge of the migration process, Canada immigration consultants provide you with all the support needed to assure the approval of your visa application. Let’s discuss how a Canada immigration consultant elevates your chances of attaining the land of your paradise.

    1. By preventing you to make trivial mistakes while filling and submitting the visa application, immigration consultants save both your valuable time and money in the long run.
    2. Their detailed knowledge and awareness about the immigration rules are advantageous to get adequate details of the immigration stipulations of your aspiring country.
    3. The undisputed guidance at every step of your visa process is compelling to ensure the approval of your visa application and affix negligible chances of application rejection.

    Benefits of Immigration to Canada

    Canada is the foremost choice for many aspirants dreaming of migrating overseas. The reasons are many. In addition to contributing substantial professional growth, the country also offers a significant number of distinguishable advantages. Let’s understand what are these

    1. Income in Dollars

    Canada allows you to earn in dollars which is the most valued currency enabling you to save and invest a lot. The savings and investment you do today are imperative to sustain in old age.

    2. Varied Job Opportunities

    Canada holds an ample number of job opportunities across a variety of niches. The country frees you to choose a niche as per your skill set and area of interest. A few high-demanding jobs in Canada include

    • Software engineer
    • Aerospace engineer
    • Registered nurse
    • Pharmacist
    • Truck driver and so on.

    3. Better standard of living

    Canada secures 9th position in the list of the most livable countries across the globe offering high-quality life to the residents. Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto are considered under the top ten cities in the world providing such a standard of living that immigrants would love to enjoy.

    4. Healthcare Benefits

    Canada provides remarkable healthcare facilities to both Canadian citizens as well as Canada PR holders. The free-of-cost medical services is one of the most appreciated benefits that inspire people to migrate to Canada.

    5. Secure Environment

    Canada is one of the most peaceful countries with an extremely lowered crime rate. This makes the country a perfect immigration destination for aspirants seeking a secured dwelling and safe surroundings.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    01 What are the prominent benefits of Canadian PR?

    Benefits of Canadian PR:

    • You can stay and work anywhere in Canada.
    • You can take your family members along with you.
    • You can apply for Canadian citizenship.
    • You are free to commence a business in Canada.
      You can leverage healthcare benefits offered by the Canadian government.
    • You can leverage the social benefits available in Canada. These include retirement benefits, disability benefits, safety benefits, and so on
      and the list goes on…
    02 For how long an individual holding a Canadian PR can stay in Canada?

    An individual holding a Canadian PR can stay in Canada for a period of 5 years.

    03 Is it possible to apply for Canadian citizenship with Canadian PR?

    Yes. You can apply for Canadian citizenship with Canadian PR provided you have completed at least 3 years of your dwelling in Canada with a PR visa.

    04 What are the possible reasons behind a Canada PR application rejection?

    Reasons of Canada PR application rejection:

    • Severe health issues.
    • Past criminal record.
    • Missing the deadline to submit the application and mandatory documents.
    • Failing to append required documents.
    • Violating the eligibility criteria

    A few more can be added to the list however these are the prominent ones.

    05 What is the Express Entry process? How does it work?

    Express Entry is a points-based Canadian immigration program that allows skilled people to migrate and settle in Canada. The main criteria affecting the Express Entry score of the candidate include its age, work experience, language proficiency, and qualification.

    06 What is the maximum validity of a candidate’s Express Entry profile?

    The maximum validity of a candidate’s Express Entry profile is 12 months. The profile automatically gets discarded if the candidate is not shortlisted to get Canadian PR in these 12 months.

    07 How is a permanent resident different from Canadian citizenship?

    A Canadian citizen has two additional benefits that are not acquired by a permanent resident. They can apply for high-profile government jobs and they have the right to vote.

    08 Is it mandatory to have a job offer in hand to enrol under Express Entry?

    No, it’s not mandatory to have a job offer in hand to apply for Express Entry however if you have one, it will help you to gain additional CRS points for your Express Entry profile.

    09 What is the maximum age limit to apply for Canadian PR?

    The maximum age limit to apply for Canadian PR is 45 years.

    10 Can I recreate my Express Entry profile after expiration?

    Yes, you can create a new profile into the Express Entry pool after the expiration of the previous one.

    11 What is the eligibility to apply for Canadian citizenship for a Canadian PR?

    A Canadian PR is required to physically reside in Canada for a minimum duration of 3 years out of the 5 years duration allowed by the PR visa.

    12 What is a Comprehensive Ranking System?

    A Canadian PR is required to physically reside in Canada for a minimum duration of 3 years out of the 5 years duration allowed by the PR visa.

    13 What is a Comprehensive Ranking System?

    The Comprehensive Ranking System is a point-based system utilized to grant scores to the Express Entry candidates. The main factors affecting the CRS score of a candidate include age, prior work experience, the qualification or degree acquired, and language proficiency. There are other factors too that affect the CRS ranking of the candidate including the presence of relatives in Canada, applying for Canadian PR with the spouse or partner, having a job offer from a Canadian employer, and so on.

    14 What is the Canadian Job Bank?

    A Canadian PR is required to physically reside in Canada for a minimum duration of 3 years out of the 5 years duration allowed by the PR visa.

    15 What is a Comprehensive Ranking System?

    The Comprehensive Ranking System is a point-based system utilized to grant scores to the Express Entry candidates. The main factors affecting the CRS score of a candidate include age, prior work experience, the qualification or degree acquired, and language proficiency. There are other factors too that affect the CRS ranking of the candidate including the presence of relatives in Canada, applying for Canadian PR with the spouse or partner, having a job offer from a Canadian employer, and so on.

    16 What is the Canadian Job Bank?

    Canada’s job bank is a prominent source that provides necessary and updated information about Canada’s job market to job seekers. The job bank is very helpful for the people seeking a job offer before applying for the Canadian PR.

    17 Can the information added in the Express Entry profile be modified?

    Yes, the information added in the Express Entry profile can easily be modified. All you need to do is clicking on the ‘update form’ button, making necessary changes to the required fields, and clicking on the ‘save’ button. However, there are certain conditions which you need to follow precisely. Contact the Aspire Square for more details.

    18 What is the ideal age to apply for a Canada PR?

    Canada PR can be applied up to the age of 45 years, however, the ideal age to gain a high CRS score is between 18 to 35 years. However, in the recent time plenty of more options has been updated by the Canadian immigration visit the Aspire Square and get the privilege of Free Eligibility Counselling.

    19 What do you do as a Canada immigration Consultants?

    We help the clients to select the appropriate visa category from an ample range of available options.
    We assist the clients to submit error-free visa applications and complete faultless paperwork.
    We provide proper IELTS, PTE, and other coachings required to showcase your language proficiency while completing your visa application.

    In short, we assist you in every step right from the beginning of your visa process to your arrival in Canada.

    20 Can I talk or correspond directly with the Canada Immigration Consultants?

    Yes, you can talk directly with the Canada immigration consultants anytime you want.

    21 What is your service charge? (How much do Canada immigration consultants charge?

    You can connect directly with our professionals to know our service charges.

    22 How can do your Canada immigration consultant help me?

    They guide you to select the appropriate visa category.
    They help you to submit flawless visa applications.
    They help you in the collection, verification, and timely submission of mandatory documents.
    They are alert and up-to-date with the immigration laws which is, of course, beneficial for you so on.

    Hiring a Canada immigration consultant is a smart move to enhance the chances of your visa approval and lessen the likelihood of application refusal.

    23 What are the requirements for immigration to Canada?

    There are many distinct programs and immigration options that enable you to migrate to Canada. All the programs associate a distinct set of eligibility criteria. Hence, the requirements for immigration to Canada depend on the immigration program you choose.

    24 Can you migrate to Canada without a job?

    Yes. You can migrate to Canada without a job offer in hand.

    25 What is the easiest way to migrate to Canada?

    You have many methods to immigrate to Canada provided you have desired skills to leverage the same. The most prominent and widely accepted programs to accomplish easy immigration to Canada are the express entry program and provincial state nomination programs.

    26 What is the maximum age to migrate to Canada?

    There is no age limit as such however people below the age of 35 years have higher chances of getting their visa approved than the ones who are above 35 years.

    27 How can immigration to Canada help me?

    Canada immigration can help you in a number of ways. High-class education, lavish lifestyle, great income, health benefits, diverse culture, and much more you can expect if you immigrate to Canada.

    28 How to Immigrate to Canada 2021?

    Many distinct immigration options are available that enable you to migrate to Canada in 2021 and obtain a Canadian PR.
    These include

    • Express entry program
    • Family class sponsorship
    • LMIA work visa
    • The Provincial nominee programs
    • Canadian investor immigration
    29 Is it Easy to Immigrate to Canada?

    Immigration to Canada does require some effort, however, if you adopt sound assistance right from the beginning of your immigration process, you can definitely make the process easy.

    30 How much does it cost to immigrate to Canada?

    The approximate cost of immigration to Canada is typically around $2,500 CAD for a single applicant and $4,800 CAD for a couple. Additional settlement funds are required, starting from approximately $13,750 CAD for a single applicant. The cost of immigrating to Canada can vary depending on various factors such as the immigration program you apply through, the number of family members included in the application, required documents, language tests, medical examinations, and other related expenses.

    31 Which visa is best for Canada?

    Permanent residency is often considered the best visa category to immigrate to Canada as it offers long-term benefits, including the ability to live, work, and study in Canada permanently, access to social benefits, and a pathway to Canadian citizenship.

    32 Which city in Canada gives PR easily?

    There is no specific city in Canada that offers easier Permanent Residency (PR). PR applications are processed at the federal level, but certain provinces have their own immigration programs, i.e. PNPs, that may simplify the process based on demand for specific occupations or skills. 

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