In this immigration in Canada section, we will discuss all easy ways to
immigrate to the country. There are thousands of people who prefer to
immigrate to Canada over any other country in the world. The country is
prosperous and has many job opportunities. The main reason for
prosperity is because Canada takes a neutral position on many political
issues and is never involved in any world armed conflict.
The second reason is its smart immigration policies. Immigration in Canada is restricted to those who can contribute the most to its economy.
For example, it is easy to become a permanent legal resident if a
person is a business investor and invests regularly in its economy. The
Citizenship and Immigration Canada officially states that it allows
people to immigrate to the country if people can be self-supporting.
Nevertheless, the country’ economic interests are in stake. It lists
different occupations that it will “take” for immigration. These
occupations are those the country has the shortage of workers in. For
example, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada states that if a person
has works as an optometrist, he or she might be able to become a
permanent legal resident. If you check recent job statistics, you see
the country has a critical need for optometrists.
Immigration in Canada will continue to grow in the next decade.
However, this growth will be slow. It is hard to find people who can
fulfill the country’s critical shortage of professionals. You can enter
Canada as a skilled worker if you fulfill three requirements:
* You must meet minimum work experience requirements
* You must have proof of funds
* You must have language skills
You should have at least one year of full-time work
experience in the category of Skill Level A, B, or O on the Canadian
National Occupational Classification. We can summarize quickly all
these occupations by saying that you need to be educated to fit into
one of these categories. Your education should be advanced. That is,
you should have more than a college degree to qualify for most
occupations on that list. Lastly, you are in luck if you have a science
background or a technological background.
What are some of those occupations on that list?
Aerospace engineers, architects, aquaculture operators and managers,
bookkeepers, biologists, optometrists, opticians, occupational
therapists are some of those “critical need” occupations.
There are exceptions even to these high-education
occupations. Canada needs bakers and athletes too. The Citizenship and
Immigration Canada has a well-developed system for deciding if you are
qualified or not. Immigration in Canada is a well-structured and
organized process. Canada’s economic growth is dependent on its
immigrants. To reassure this growth in the future, the immigration
department will continue to shape its immigration policies in the