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    ενας αλλος πολυ ωραιος διαχωρισμος: Canada Immigration | Canadian Immigration: Canadian Visa Bureau

    για Temporary Και Permanent Migration


    Permanent Canadian Immigration

    Skilled Worker Class

    • Canada is looking for a variety of Skilled Workers. The Skilled Worker class of Canadian Visa leads to permanent residency. Applicants are required to meet the current pass mark of 67 points. You can apply as an individual or through Canada's Provincial Nominee Program.
      Are You Eligible To Emigrate To Canada?

    Business Class

    • Business migration to Canada can happen under three streams; Investor, Entrepreneur and Self-employed. All Business Class applicants are required to prove their ability as well as meet the minimum pass mark for the Business Points Test.
      Apply Here For A Business Visa To Canada

    Partner Class

    • The Canadian spousal policy sets out that most spouses and common-law partners in a genuine relationship with a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, regardless of status, are able to apply for permanent residence while remaining in Canada.
      Apply Here For Partner Migration

    Child-Sponsored Class

    • If your child is a a citizen or permanent resident of Canada and is18 years of age or older, then they can potentially sponsor your migration to Canada via the child-sponsored Canadian family visa.
      Apply Here For Child-Sponsored Migration

  2. #22

    Temporary Canadian Visas

    Canadian Travel Visa

    • If you are visiting Canada on holiday you may be required to obtain a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) and have a medical examination prior to entering Canada. For more information on holiday and visitor visas, visit the Canadian Travel Visa section of this site.
      Read More About Canadian Travel Visas

    Working Holiday Program

    • Canada has Working Holiday Visa arrangements with several countries around the world. The Working Holiday program generally allows students and under 30s the chance to travel through Canada while supplementing their holiday with incidental work.
      Are You Eligible For A Canadian Working Holiday?

    Study Permits

    • If you are planning to study in Canada for more than 6 months, you will be required to obtain a Canadian Study Permit. Some students are required to undergo medical examinations for their Study Permits.
      Read More About Canadian Study Permits

  3. #23
    συνεχεια του Temporary εδω:

    Temporary Residence

    You may wish to come to Canada on a temporary basis, be it to work, study, or travel.

    1. Temporary Work Permit:To work in Canada on a temporary basis, you'll need to obtain a Canadian job offer and then apply for a temporary work permit through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.

      In many cases work permits require that the employer obtain Labour Market Opinion from Human Resources and Social Development Canada which confirms that the employment will not adversely affect Canadian workers. However, there are a number of exemptions to this rule. In most cases it is possible to extend a work permit from within Canada, but some work permits have a maximum duration.

      Spouses and common-law partners of individuals who hold a Canadian work permits may accompany the work permit holder to Canada. In many cases spouses are eligible to apply for an open work permit, which allows the holder to work for any employer in Canada.

      Citizens of countries involved in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) may be eligible for a 3 year temporary work permit.
    2. Study Permit:Most international students will require a Study Permit to attend a academic classes in Canada. Citizenship and Immigration Canada will normally issue a Study Permit if an applicant has received an acceptance letter from a qualified Canadian educational institution, and possesses sufficient funds to pay for tuition and living costs. Typically, Study Permits are valid for the duration of the intended course of studies.

      Applicants who wish to study in Montreal or another city in the Province of Quebec will also require approval from immigration authorities of the Government of Quebec.
    3. Temporary Resident Visa (TRV):The Canadian Government requires that visitors (except those from visa-exempt countries) obtain a TRV for travel in Canada up to six months in duration. The TRV demonstrates that the holder has satisfied the requirements for admission to Canada as a visitor. Temporary Resident Visas may be for single entry or multiple entries.

      At the Port of Entry, all visitors must demonstrate that the purpose of their visit to Canada is of a temporary nature. Visitors to Canada must also be able to prove their ability to support themselves during their intended temporary stay in Canada.

      ΠΗΓΗ: LoonLounge - Learn about immigration to Canada

  4. #24
    Getting to Canada - Quick Guide

    LoonLounge - Learn about immigration to Canada

    Foreign nationals can come to Canada with either Permanent Resident status or Temporary Resident status. In this Getting to Canada - Quick Guide, we'll explore the different possibilities.

    If you have any questions that are not answered in this Getting to Canada - Quick Guide, post them in the forum. LoonLounge members who have already been through the process may have the answers you need!

    Permanent Residence
    What does it mean to be a Canadian Permanent Resident? Once you are issued a Canada Immigration Visa for Permanent Residency, you have most of the same rights and obligations as Canadian citizens. After 3 years of Canadian residency, you may apply for Canadian citizenship. Or you can maintain your permanent status indefinitely so long as you accumulate 2 years of residency days in Canada in every 5 year period.

    There are 6 main categories of Canadian Immigration (Permanent Residency):

    1. Federal Skilled Worker
    2. Quebec Skilled Worker
    3. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)
    4. Family Class Sponsorship
    5. Business Immigration
    6. Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

  5. #25
    Federal Skilled Worker :This category is designed for skilled worker applicants who are likely to become economically established in Canada after arrival. There are three main characteristics an individual must possess in order to be eligible to immigrate under the skilled worker category.
    1. A minimum level of work experience - at least one year of continuous full-time employment (or the equivalent in part-time) in the 10 year period prior to applying. This work experience must be of a skilled nature, classified as one of 24 high-demand occupations in Canada (see list below), satisfying either Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B in Canada's National Occupation Classification (NOC) system.
    2. Sufficient financial resources - to support themselves and their dependents for 6 months after arrival in Canada. If you have an approved job offer, this requirement is waived.
    3. 67 points on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) points-based assessment - to measure an applicant's potential for establishing themselves in Canada. Applicants are awarded points based on six different selection factors (below). A satisfactory score on this evaluation does not however guarantee approval, as Canadian Immigration Visa Officers may use their discretion to approve or refuse an application based on a substituted evaluation.

    List of 24 high-demand occupations:
    (These instructions apply to any application submitted after May 4, 2013)

    0211- Engineering Managers
    1112 - Financial and Investment Analysts
    2113 - Geoscientists and Oceanographers
    2131 - Civil Engineers
    2132 - Mechanical Engineers
    2134 - Chemical Engineers
    2143 - Mining Engineers
    2144 - Geological Engineers
    2145 - Petroleum Engineers
    2146 - Aerospace Engineers
    2147 - Computer Engineers (except Software Engineers/Designers)
    2154 - Land Surveyors
    2174 - Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
    2243 - Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
    2263 – Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and Occupational Health and Safety
    3141 - Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
    3142 - Physiotherapists
    3143 - Occupational Therapists
    3211 - Medical laboratory Technologists
    3212 - Medical laboratory Technicians and Pathologists' Assistants
    3214 - Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary Technologists
    3215 - Medical Radiation Technologists
    3216 - Medical Sonographers
    3217 - Cardiology Technicians and Electrophysiological Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c. (not elsewhere classified)

    Education (maximum 25 points)

    • Ranges from 5 points for completing high school to 25 points for completing a Master's degree or Ph.D.
    • The system also gives credit for trade certificates or apprenticeship programs.

    Language Skills (maximum 28 points)

    • Canada uses both English and French as official languages, and you may receive credit for proficiency in either one, or both.
    • Marks are awarded separately for abilities to listen, speak, read, and write each official language.

    Work Experience (maximum 15 points)

    • Full points are awarded for four or more years of experience in an occupation that falls in Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B in Canada's National Occupation Classification (NOC) system.

    Age (maximum 12 points)

    • Full points are awarded to applicants between the ages of 18-35

    Arranged Employment (maximum 10 points)

    • Applicants may receive these points if they hold a permanent job offer from a Canadian employer, or are applying from within Canada and hold a temporary work permit.

    Adaptability (maximum 10 points)

    • This category brings in a number of factors related to an applicant's ability to adapt to living in Canada, including previous experience working or studying in Canada, or having family in Canada.

    Altogether, the above three elements, along with medical and security clearance requirements make up the bulk of the requirements to come to Canada under the Federal Skilled Worker category.

  6. #26
    1. Quebec Skilled WorkerAccording to an agreement between the Province of Quebec and the Government of Canada, the Province of Quebec has its own selection process for the skilled worker category of immigration. If you intend to live in Quebec upon arrival in Canada you will be assessed based on the Quebec Selection criteria and not the evaluation used by CIC.
      Like the federal system, Quebec uses a points-based system to assess potential immigrants; however, on slightly different criteria. To qualify for a Quebec Selection Certificate, single applicants must score at least 60 points from the following ten selection criteria, while an applicant with a spouse or common-law partner must score a minimum of 68 points.
      Training (maximum 28 points):

      • Points are awarded separately for both education and job-related training.
      • Additional points are awarded for having more than one area of specialty.

      Validated Employment Offer (maximum 10 points):

      • Points are awarded for having a job offer from an employer in Quebec, with greater points awarded for a job outside of the area of Montreal.

      Work Experience (maximum 8 points):

      • Full points are awarded for four or more years of experience in an occupation that falls in Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B in Canada's National Occupation Classification (NOC) system.

      Age (maximum 16 points):

      • Full points are awarded for being between the ages of 18-35.

      Language Proficiency (maximum 22 points):

      • French is the official language of the province of Quebec. The Quebec selection criteria place value on oral language abilities rather than written comprehension. Up to 16 points are available for oral interaction in French, with an additional 6 available for oral interaction in English

      Stay and Family in Quebec (maximum 8 points):

      • Having previously spent time living, working, or studying in Quebec, as well as having family in the province will help a prospective immigrant establish themselves more easily. Points are awarded for both of these areas.

      Spouse's Characteristics (maximum 16 points):

      • If an applicant is accompanied by a spouse or common-law partner, points may be awarded for the spouse's education, training, work experience, age and language.

      Children (maximum 8 points):

      • Up to the maximum, 4 points are awarded for each child less than 12 years of age, and 2 points for each child between 13 and 21.

      Financial Self-Sufficiency (1 point):

      • One point is awarded for having sufficient funds for financial self-sufficiency upon arrival. An applicant who does not satisfy this requirement the application is automatically refused.

      Adaptability (maximum 6 points):

      • This category uses an overall assessment of the applicant's ability to adapt to life in Quebec.

      Satisfying these requirements will lead to the issue of a Quebec Selection Certificate, which is recognized by CIC for immigration to Quebec. The applicant must still pass a security clearance and medical examination.

  7. #27
    1. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)The PNP consists of partnerships between the Government of Canada and most provincial and territorial governments to select individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and settle in that particular province or territory. Under the terms of these agreements, provinces may nominate applicants who are in occupations in high demand, or who will otherwise make important contributions to the province, for fast-track processing of Permanent Residency.
      The following provinces and territories currently participate in the Provincial Nomination Program:
      • Alberta
      • British Columbia
      • Manitoba
      • New Brunswick
      • Newfoundland and Labrador
      • Nova Scotia
      • Ontario
      • Prince Edward Island
      • Saskatchewan
      • Yukon

      Provincial nominees are not assessed on the six selection criteria of the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Each province or territory has its own set of criteria. Most require that the applicant have a job offer from an employer in the province/territory.
      After receiving the Provincial Nomination Certificate, nominees then receive priority processing for their permanent residency applications.

  8. #28
    1. Family Class SponsorshipThrough Family Class Sponsorship Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents of 18 years of age and older can sponsor close family members for immigration to Canada. The Sponsor signs a contract stating that they will support the sponsored family member for a period of three to ten years after their arrival. The length of the agreement depends on the age of the family member being sponsored, and the nature of the relationship. To apply for Family Class immigration, the sponsored relative must also sign a contract promising to make every effort to be self-sufficient.
      To be eligible, the Sponsor must demonstrate financial ability to be able to provide for the essential needs of the sponsored relative, if necessary. As a general rule, the sponsor must be residing in Canada. An exception is made for Canadian citizens, who wish to sponsor a spouse, common-law partner or child, if the Sponsor can demonstrate an intention to reside in Canada by the time the sponsored relative lands in Canada.
      Under Family Class Immigration, you can sponsor your:
      • Spouses or common-law partners
      • Parents or grandparents
      • Dependent children (must be under 22 years of age unless substantially dependent for financial support because they are a full-time student, or because of disability)
      • Children under 18 years whom you plan to adopt
      • Orphaned brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews who are under 18 years and unmarried
      • A relative of any age (only if you do not have any of the family members listed above)

      The Province of Quebec, according to its agreement with the Canada on immigration, has a role in determining the eligibility of sponsorship applicants for residents of Quebec. This role however takes effect only after CIC has completed its initial assessment of the sponsorship application.

  9. #29
    Business ImmigrationThe Business Immigration Program is designed for individuals who can to contribute to Canada's economic development through financial investment and managerial skills. Individuals with business experience and relatively high net worth may apply under one of three categories of the Business Immigration Program.

    1. Immigrant Investor Program: Immigrant Investor applicants must have managerial experience and make an investment of CAD$400,000, which the government of Canada will return to them at the end of five years, with no interest. Applicants under this program must have a net worth of at least CAD$800,000 and demonstrate that this wealth was legally obtained. Applicants destined to province of Quebec may qualify under a similar Investor Program administered by that province.
    2. Entrepreneur Program: Applicants under this category of the Business Immigrant Program must commit to both managing and owning at least one third of a Canadian business. They must have a minimum net worth of CAD$300,000. Applicants destined to the province of Quebec may qualify under a similar Entrepreneur Program administered by that province.
    3. Self-Employed Persons Program: This program is for individuals with relevant experience and skills in business, culture, athletics or farming who are able willing to support themselves and their dependents through self-employed income. To apply under this program an individual may need to demonstrate experience, net worth and/or artistic qualifications depending on the criteria under which they are applying. Applicants destined to province of Quebec may qualify under a Self-Employed Program administered by that province.

  10. #30
    1. Canadian Experience Class (CEC)The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) caters to immigration applicants who have Canadian education and/or Canadian work experience. There are separate requirements for the two types of applicants:

      1. International Graduates with Canadian Work Experience
        Minimum requirements:
        • Recently completed a program of study of at least two academic years at a Canadian post-secondary educational institution.
        • One year of skilled, professional or technical work experience within 24 months of the application date.
        • Language skill level required for their occupation.

      2. Temporary Foreign Workers
        Minimum requirements:
        • Minimum two years of skilled, professional or technical work experience within 36 months of the application date.
        • Language skill level required for their occupation.

      Individuals eligible for the Canadian Experience Class may apply within one year of leaving Canada.
      Eligibility is based on a pass or fail model. If the minimum requirements are met, the applicant will be eligible.

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