It is a well-known fact about Canada that the government is aware of the significance of specialists and talented individuals in developing their economy.
In this class, you will learn about the professional and skilled employment opportunities available in Canada.
You should be aware that most immigrants come to Canada, where they account for over 80% of the population, in search of skilled employment.
The Canadian government’s federal skilled programs aid in the immigration of competent professionals. The government-sponsored programs for certified professionals include the following:
The Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
Using this scheme, a skilled tradesperson with work experience and a job can become a permanent resident of Canada. The process also requires an Express Entry Profile.
Canada Experience Class ( CEC)
Candidates are eligible for this program if they satisfy the standards of the Express Entry system. This program assists qualified individuals who have worked in Canada for at least a year in settling down there permanently.
QUEBEC skilled workers program
It is a program that keeps an eye out for those who want to live and work in Quebec.
It is distinct from Quebec’s other provinces that welcome immigrants. You must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) in order to apply and be taken into consideration for admittance into the Arima portal, where your profile is graded out of 100.
Depending on how well you perform, you may receive a Quebec Selection Certificate sooner or later. It facilitates receiving your Invitation to Apply (ITA) permit, because it is an official federal government policy which is used for permanent residency.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
The fact that Canadian provinces lack the authority to grant foreign nationals permanent status is actually very significant. Your chances will be improved by the PNPs’ nomination process with this.