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There  You over 100 Immigration Programs in Canada through which you can get skilled or semi-skilled jobs and Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) as a Single,  and travel with your Spouse(s), Common-Law Partner, and Family.

Work in Canada: Canadian Work Permit & Visa Process

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As a foreigner looking to work in Canada, you will need a work permit, permitting you to engage in employment while inside of Canada. Each year, Canada issues about half a million work permits to temporary foreign workers residing within Canada and around the world.

Canada is a prime destination for many foreign nationals who are seeking employment opportunities. Working in Canada is also an excellent first step for those seeking to immigrate to the country permanently. We can help you with immigrating to Canada for work.

Canadian Work Permit Overview

Get critical knowledge about the Canadian Work Permit Processes.

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Canadian Work Permit Eligibility Assessment.

Most foreign nationals require a permit to be eligible to work in Canada, with some exemptions. To apply for a work permit, most candidates will require a Canadian job offer supported by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). There are some exceptions to this requirement, where foreign workers can apply for a work permit without an LMIA, or a job offer. Examples of this include a recent graduate from a Canadian Designated Learning Institute (DLI), or the spouse of someone already on a Canadian work or study permit. Candidates who qualify to apply for a work permit must also meet the following eligibility requirements: ° Demonstrate their intent to leave once their work authorization expires; and ° Prove they have sufficient funds to support themselves and their family in Canada and to return home; and ° Are not criminally or medically inadmissible to Canada; and ° Plan to work with an eligible employer; and ° Can provide any requested documents that may prove their eligibility to enter Canada.

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The Requirements for Canada Work Permit.

The documents required for a Canadian work permit will depend on the type of work permit you are applying for and the country you are applying from. Applicants may need to provide the following documents as part of their work permit application: ° Completed application forms ° Proof of status in Canada (if applicable) ° Family member’s proof of status (if applicable) ° Labour Market Impact Assessment (if applicable) ° Written offer of employment (if applicable) ° Updated CV / Résumé ° Marriage certificate (if applicable) ° Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) (if applicable) ° Proof that you meet the job requirements ° IELTS Language Test Score (4.0. minimum - if applicable) ° Valid copy of your international passport (6months) ° Copy of education credential ° Medical exam results (if requested) ° Evidence of financial means to stay in Canada and return to home country ° Proof of payment for applicable government fees ° Recent passport-sized photos (Canadian Size) ° Biometrics for Canadian work permits: IRCC currently has a temporary measure in place that exempts applicants applying for a work permit from within Canada. Candidates outside of Canada are still required to provide biometrics upon receiving a biometrics instruction letter. Follow the government of Canada’s instructions for how to give your biometrics on their dedicated page. ° Police clearances for Canadian work permits: The visa officer reviewing your application may ask you to provide police clearances certificates. Depending on where you are applying from, this document may be part of your application checklist and must be provided with your initial submission. Work permit applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate from any country that they have lived in for 6 months or more past the age of 18. ° Medical exam for Canadian work permit: Foreign nationals that apply to work in Canada may need to complete a medical exam, depending on their intended length of stay, where they have lived, and what occupation they will work in. If you intend to work in Canada for less than 6 months, you will likely not require a medical exam, with some exceptions. In the case that you intend to work in a job that brings you into close contact with people or are an agricultural worker that has been to certain countries, you will need a medical exam. If you are planning to work in Canada for longer than 6 months, you will be required to take a medical exam if one of the following conditions applies: You have lived in or travelled to one of the countries listed on Canada’s ‘Find out if you need a medical exam’ page for 6-months or longer, or You intend to work in an occupation where you will be in close contact with people listed in the above-mentioned hyperlink Medical exams must be completed with a panel physician designated by IRCC. You can find a panel physician near you on IRCC’s Find a Panel Physician webpage. Applicants have the option to take an upfront medical exam. This involves contacting the panel physician directly and taking the exam prior to submitting a work permit application. If you do not provide your medical exam results with your application, the IRCC officer will send instructions on how to complete the medical exam and provide a deadline for when it needs to be completed. ° Photo requirements for a Canadian work permit: Foreign nationals applying for a Canadian work permit must provide a passport-sized photo with their application. The photo must be according to IRCC’s specifications.

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Benefits Of Working in Canada. 

Working in Canada has many benefits. Canadian labour laws ensure that workplaces have a high-degree of safety and that all employers follow certain laws and regulations to ensure the well being of their employees. As well, Canadian wages are competitive and foreign nationals are required, by law, to be offered wages equivalent to their Canadian counterparts. Finally, some Canadian work permits enable the spouse and children of workers to accompany them to Canada. Another significant benefit for those interested in immigrating to Canada permanently is that by gaining Canadian work experience, a foreign national may increase their eligibility for a number of Canadian permanent residency programs. The following programs award value, in varying degrees, for Canadian work experience: ° Express Entry ° Canadian Experience Class (CEC) ° Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) ° Federal Skilled Trades (FST) ° Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) ° Quebec Immigration Programs ° Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

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The Types Of Canadian Work Permit.

There are many different options for obtaining a Canadian work permit. Some work permits require a job offer from a Canadian employer, some require that the employer provide a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), while others require that a person has some sort of connection to Canada (previous education, spousal sponsorship, etc.). Please refer to the following categories below to determine the work permit which best suits your qualifications: 1. Requiring a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) ° Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) ° Facilitated LMIA (Quebec) ° Global Talent Stream 2. LMIA-Exempt but requiring a job offer or employment contract ° International Mobility Program (IMP) ° NAFTA Work Permits ° CETA Work Permits ° Intra-Company Transfers 3. Open Work Permits (no job offer or LMIA required) ° Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP) ° Spousal Sponsorship from Inside of Canada ° International Experience Canada (IEC) (working holiday visa) ° Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP) ° Spouse Accompanying International Student or Worker Immigration Tip: Canadian permanent residents do not require a work permit to work in Canada. Permanent resident status gives a person the legal right to live and work anywhere in the country. Find out more about permanent immigration options for professional and skilled workers.

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Canadian Work Permit Processing Timeframe.

The processing time for a work permit application depends on the type of work permit and the applicant’s country of residence at the time of application. Processing times range anywhere from a few weeks to several months.

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Canadian School Fees Budgeting. 

The good news is that studying in Canada is affordable. Canadian tuition fees are generally lower than those in Australia, the U.S., and the U.K. In the 2018/2019 school year, the average annual tuition for an undergraduate international student in Canada was $27,159 CAD. The average tuition for the same year spent at an American university can be compared at $45,950 USD. Depending on when you want to apply to study in Canada, it's important that you check what the latest fees estimates are. This differs with each school During your one-on-one session with our education counselors, you will be provided with all the information you need, including the schools we are recommending for you, and their fees.

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How To Obtain Canada Work Permit.

The process for obtaining a Canadian work permit varies greatly depending on which type of work permit a person is applying for. For example, an international student studying in Canada will oftentimes be automatically issued authorization to work part-time as part of their study permit authorization. Most closed work permit applications require that a foreign national has an official job offer from a Canadian employer which is supported by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Even those who are LMIA-exempt or exempt from requiring a work permit should be aware of the unique documentation they need to prepare in order to ensure they are granted entry to Canada. There are two general pathways for obtaining a Canadian work permit: a closed (restricted) work permit and an open work permit. Closed work permits are tied to specific employers, this means that a foreign national issued a closed work permit must remain working with the same employer at the same location unless they change their work permit.

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How To Apply For A Canadian Work Permit.

If after studying in Canada, you have gotten your residence permit, and you want to secure your citizenship, you have got to check if you are eligible for before applying for citizenship. It is considerably important that you seek expert advise first before starting anything, especially if the end goal is Canadian Citizenship through studies. How you go about it, would determine if you would be eventually eligible for becoming a Canadian Citizen through studies.

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Studying in Canada with Family? 

Studying in Canada is another smart way for family migration. Yes, you can study in Canada and travel with your immediate family. The way it works is simple; while you study, you can work part-time, while your spouse gets an open work permit, that enables them to work while you study in Canada. Your children gets dependent visa, and they can study in Canada too. If you have an adult child above 18years, he/she can get an open work permit that allows them to work in Canada.

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Alternatively, if you need an experienced immigration consultant to assist you in increasing your chance of success, our team at Migrate to Canada Agency will be delighted to help.

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Canada Work Permit FAQs

Get answers to Top Ten (10) Frequently Asked Questions about Canadian Work Permit.

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Is Canada Study Eligibility Assessment Important? 

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When is the best time to apply to Studies?

Before starting your study application, we strongly recommend that you do your eligibility assessment or study evaluation to determine your best options first, before applying. What this does is that it gives you a better direction of your chances of success. Plus it helps you know which school in what country is offering your the best offer. Our educational experts both in Nigeria, UK, Dubai, and Canada are available to assist you with this.

Each school has their own deadline. You should make sure to submit your application well before this deadline. Canadian schools are flooded with applications every year. As the deadline approaches, schools become more selective. The more reputable schools are especially competitive, so the earlier you get your application in, the better. There are primarily 3 entry seasons yearly; January, June, and September. If you are looking to resume at a choice season, endeavor to apply at least 6 to 8 months before your desired timeframe. For those looking for scholarship opportunities, it is important to apply at least 12 months before your desired entry year.

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What is MCA International Study Program (ISP)?

With MCA's help, you can study in Canada, and transform your Canadian education into Canadian permanent residence, towards Canadian Citizenship. MCA’s International Student Program (ISP) can help to guide you through the process of studying in Canada. From getting your study permit to permanent residency, we’ll be there every step of the way. Our International Student Program clients is paired with an Educational Counsellor who has been trained in the landscape of Canadian higher education and immigration in Canada. With their help, you will submit the strongest possible application. Here are the basic steps of the application process: 1. Choose a Program: Your program choice is one of the most important factors of your study permit application. You must present a strong case for studying in Canada in this particular program. We make program recommendations based on your work experience and education history. This will give you the best possible chance of submitting a successful application. 2. Apply to the School: After deciding on a program, we will help you prepare and submit your application. You need to have a letter of acceptance from a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) before you can apply for a study permit. 3. Apply for a Study Permit: With your acceptance letter in hand, you’ll be ready to apply for your study permit. We will help you to prepare and submit your application to Canadian immigration. International Student Document Checklist Certain documents are necessary for the application process. Below is a list of documents that may be requested of you. Acceptance Letter: A letter sent by the school confirming your acceptance into your program of study. Proof of Financial Support: Proof that you have money to support yourself and any family members coming with you. You must show that you can cover your tuition fees as well as your cost of living (accommodation, food, etc.) for your first year in Canada. Identity documents: Birth certificate, marriage certificate and passport.

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What's The Processing Time for Canada Studies?

The estimated processing timeframe for Studying in Canada depends largely on where you are applying from; if within or outside Canada. The overall estimated processing timeframe for studying in Canada, both securing Admission and Study Permit is put at anywhere from 3 months to as much as 6 months in some cases. Processing times for study permits vary greatly. The amount of time it takes depends on your country of residence. The shortest processing time is 1-2 weeks, but some applicants can expect to wait as long as 16 weeks. Processing times depend on the volume of applications received. If you’re applying close to the beginning of Canada’s academic year you may experience delays. Want faster processing times? Find out if you are eligible for the Study Direct Stream (SDS).

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Can I Work While Studying In Canada?

Yes! Another perk to studying in Canada is that international students have the right to work. This helps offset the cost of tuition and living expenses. International students in Canada can work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during school terms. During scheduled breaks like summer vacation, international students may work full-time. Most students don’t need a work permit to work while they study, whether their job is on campus or off campus. Your study permit will state whether you’re allowed to work off campus. If your program of study includes work experience, you may be able to work more than 20 hours during the semester. This will be indicated in your letter of acceptance. If the government approves this condition, you will be granted both a work permit and a study permit. This work permit will allow you to work on campus only.

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What Are My Chances Of Studying in Canada?

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Can I Study in Canada without IELTS Tests?

To study at a Canadian school you will need to be proficient in English or French. Canadian post-secondary schools set their own conditions for language skills of international students. Language skill requirements vary from one school to the next. While preparing your application, you should research the specific requirements for your program. Some schools even allow you to complete English courses after you begin your studies. Some international students do not need to provide proof of their language skills. If you are from an English-speaking country or have studied in English, then you may not have to take the IELTS. Each school set its own language requirements. It is important to check the specific requirements of the school where you want to apply. Studying in Canada without IELTS depends largely on the School. If you rather not want to the test, you should look for school that doesn't requirement IELTS.

The number of international students in Canada continues to grow every year. Many of them are able to stay in Canada after finishing their studies. Approval of a Canadian study permit is always at the discretion of the visa officer. Last year, Canada admitted more than 400,000 international students. The majority of those students came from France, Nigeria, China, Japan, South Korea, the United States, Brazil, Iran, India, and Vietnam. Diversity of international students is a priority for the Canadian government. In 2019, it launched Building on Success, a new International Education Strategy (IES). The government has budgeted $147.9 million dollars towards this goal over the next five years. You can boost your chances of success by working with us through MCA's International Student Program (ISP).

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What's the process for Canada Study Permit?

There are four stages to obtaining a Canadian study permit: 1. Check your eligibility: Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements for a Canadian study permit. You will need: an acceptance letter from a DLI, proof of financial support, supporting documents (varies depending on your countries of citizenship and residence) 2. Prepare your application: If you meet all eligibility requirements then you can start to prepare your study permit application. Make sure that you have gathered all documents required for your country. If you don’t show that you meet the requirements, an immigration officer may reject your application. It is a good idea to have a qualified immigration representative review your application before you submit it. 3. Submit your study permit application: You have two options when submitting your application: Submit an electronic application: Create an account on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website. You can submit an application electronically using scanned or electronic copies of documents. Submit a paper-based application: Gather hard copies of your documents and mail them to the Visa Application Centre (VAC) assigned to your country. 4. If your study permit is approved, come to Canada! You do not receive your Canadian study permit until you arrive at a Canadian Port of Entry (POE). If your permit is approved, the Canadian government will issue you a Port of Entry Introduction Letter. You must show this letter to the immigration official when you arrive in Canada to get your study permit.

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How Can I Immigrate by Studying in Canada?

Simply put, you do so by first studying in Canada while working part-time. This gives you experience and makes you eligible for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). CEC is a Canadian Immigration Program that you can apply for after your studies. That's a simplified way to explain the process. We will however recommend that you get professional help by booking a one-on-one with our educational counselor or immigration consultant on this before you start. How you start matters a lot.

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Can My Employer Sponsor My Processing?

Canadian employers don’t “sponsor” candidates to work in Canada but can assist in bringing foreign workers by securing a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or submitting an electronic job offer (LMIA exempted categories). Canada requires that any Canadian employer who wishes to hire a foreign worker must obtain an LMIA or submit an electronic job offer. Once an employer secures an LMIA or the “A” number (electronic job offer), it can be used to apply for a Canadian work permit. There are however some employers who are offers Visa Sponsorship to select foreign workers and you can find them online by searching for Visa Sponsorship Employers on Google.com, Linkedin.com, and Indeed.com. We've had cases where a couple of foreign workers get complete visa sponsorship by their employers overseas. If you are on a budget and cannot afford to hire a professional to handle your application, with visa sponsorship, you can handle your processing by yourself with the assistance of your employers.

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Is Canada Study Eligibility Assessment Important? 

13

When is the best time to apply to Studies?

Before starting your study application, we strongly recommend that you do your eligibility assessment or study evaluation to determine your best options first, before applying. What this does is that it gives you a better direction of your chances of success. Plus it helps you know which school in what country is offering your the best offer. Our educational experts both in Nigeria, UK, Dubai, and Canada are available to assist you with this.

Each school has their own deadline. You should make sure to submit your application well before this deadline. Canadian schools are flooded with applications every year. As the deadline approaches, schools become more selective. The more reputable schools are especially competitive, so the earlier you get your application in, the better. There are primarily 3 entry seasons yearly; January, June, and September. If you are looking to resume at a choice season, endeavor to apply at least 6 to 8 months before your desired timeframe. For those looking for scholarship opportunities, it is important to apply at least 12 months before your desired entry year.

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What is MCA International Study Program (ISP)?

With MCA's help, you can study in Canada, and transform your Canadian education into Canadian permanent residence, towards Canadian Citizenship. MCA’s International Student Program (ISP) can help to guide you through the process of studying in Canada. From getting your study permit to permanent residency, we’ll be there every step of the way. Our International Student Program clients is paired with an Educational Counsellor who has been trained in the landscape of Canadian higher education and immigration in Canada. With their help, you will submit the strongest possible application. Here are the basic steps of the application process: 1. Choose a Program: Your program choice is one of the most important factors of your study permit application. You must present a strong case for studying in Canada in this particular program. We make program recommendations based on your work experience and education history. This will give you the best possible chance of submitting a successful application. 2. Apply to the School: After deciding on a program, we will help you prepare and submit your application. You need to have a letter of acceptance from a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) before you can apply for a study permit. 3. Apply for a Study Permit: With your acceptance letter in hand, you’ll be ready to apply for your study permit. We will help you to prepare and submit your application to Canadian immigration. International Student Document Checklist Certain documents are necessary for the application process. Below is a list of documents that may be requested of you. Acceptance Letter: A letter sent by the school confirming your acceptance into your program of study. Proof of Financial Support: Proof that you have money to support yourself and any family members coming with you. You must show that you can cover your tuition fees as well as your cost of living (accommodation, food, etc.) for your first year in Canada. Identity documents: Birth certificate, marriage certificate and passport.

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What's The Processing Time for Canada Studies?

The estimated processing timeframe for Studying in Canada depends largely on where you are applying from; if within or outside Canada. The overall estimated processing timeframe for studying in Canada, both securing Admission and Study Permit is put at anywhere from 3 months to as much as 6 months in some cases. Processing times for study permits vary greatly. The amount of time it takes depends on your country of residence. The shortest processing time is 1-2 weeks, but some applicants can expect to wait as long as 16 weeks. Processing times depend on the volume of applications received. If you’re applying close to the beginning of Canada’s academic year you may experience delays. Want faster processing times? Find out if you are eligible for the Study Direct Stream (SDS).

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How Does SMMRTPay Help Fund My Travel?

SMMRTPay is a smarter way to Pay for Canada Work Package for FREE, without spending your own money. It's brought to you courtesy of SMMRT Agency. SMMRT Agency is an affiliate referral network. They can help you make money by referring travellers to MCA. You can put the money you've made from referral into paying for your travel package to Canada or any country of choice. If you are interested in funding your immigration plans through SMMRTPay, talk to us, and we will be able to point you in the right direction. Note that this is purely for those who are willing to fund their Immigration plans through their referral earnings made as SMMRT Affiliates. For instance, you want to migrate to Canada with your family and it cost approximately $5000. All you need to do is to refer 5 or 10people, who referral earnings gets you the $5000 that you need to fund yours, to travel for FREE. In other words, by referring 5 or 10 people who want to migrate to Canada (or any country in the world) for work, you will get your own Canada Immigration Package for FREE!!!

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What Are My Chances Of Studying in Canada?

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Can I Study in Canada without IELTS Tests?

To study at a Canadian school you will need to be proficient in English or French. Canadian post-secondary schools set their own conditions for language skills of international students. Language skill requirements vary from one school to the next. While preparing your application, you should research the specific requirements for your program. Some schools even allow you to complete English courses after you begin your studies. Some international students do not need to provide proof of their language skills. If you are from an English-speaking country or have studied in English, then you may not have to take the IELTS. Each school set its own language requirements. It is important to check the specific requirements of the school where you want to apply. Studying in Canada without IELTS depends largely on the School. If you rather not want to the test, you should look for school that doesn't requirement IELTS.

The number of international students in Canada continues to grow every year. Many of them are able to stay in Canada after finishing their studies. Approval of a Canadian study permit is always at the discretion of the visa officer. Last year, Canada admitted more than 400,000 international students. The majority of those students came from France, Nigeria, China, Japan, South Korea, the United States, Brazil, Iran, India, and Vietnam. Diversity of international students is a priority for the Canadian government. In 2019, it launched Building on Success, a new International Education Strategy (IES). The government has budgeted $147.9 million dollars towards this goal over the next five years. You can boost your chances of success by working with us through MCA's International Student Program (ISP).

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What's the process for Canada Study Permit?

There are four stages to obtaining a Canadian study permit: 1. Check your eligibility: Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements for a Canadian study permit. You will need: an acceptance letter from a DLI, proof of financial support, supporting documents (varies depending on your countries of citizenship and residence) 2. Prepare your application: If you meet all eligibility requirements then you can start to prepare your study permit application. Make sure that you have gathered all documents required for your country. If you don’t show that you meet the requirements, an immigration officer may reject your application. It is a good idea to have a qualified immigration representative review your application before you submit it. 3. Submit your study permit application: You have two options when submitting your application: Submit an electronic application: Create an account on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website. You can submit an application electronically using scanned or electronic copies of documents. Submit a paper-based application: Gather hard copies of your documents and mail them to the Visa Application Centre (VAC) assigned to your country. 4. If your study permit is approved, come to Canada! You do not receive your Canadian study permit until you arrive at a Canadian Port of Entry (POE). If your permit is approved, the Canadian government will issue you a Port of Entry Introduction Letter. You must show this letter to the immigration official when you arrive in Canada to get your study permit.

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How Can I Immigrate by Studying in Canada?

Simply put, you do so by first studying in Canada while working part-time. This gives you experience and makes you eligible for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). CEC is a Canadian Immigration Program that you can apply for after your studies. That's a simplified way to explain the process. We will however recommend that you get professional help by booking a one-on-one with our educational counselor or immigration consultant on this before you start. How you start matters a lot.

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Can My Employer Sponsor My Processing?

Canadian employers don’t “sponsor” candidates to work in Canada but can assist in bringing foreign workers by securing a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or submitting an electronic job offer (LMIA exempted categories). Canada requires that any Canadian employer who wishes to hire a foreign worker must obtain an LMIA or submit an electronic job offer. Once an employer secures an LMIA or the “A” number (electronic job offer), it can be used to apply for a Canadian work permit. There are however some employers who are offers Visa Sponsorship to select foreign workers and you can find them online by searching for Visa Sponsorship Employers on Google.com, Linkedin.com, and Indeed.com. We've had cases where a couple of foreign workers get complete visa sponsorship by their employers overseas. If you are on a budget and cannot afford to hire a professional to handle your application, with visa sponsorship, you can handle your processing by yourself with the assistance of your employers.

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