Imagine a swimming pool filled with fish of all shapes and sizes. Now imagine an immigration department fisherman coming around every few weeks with a large net and scooping out the biggest and fattest fish and inviting them to apply for permanent residence in Canada. That very simply put is the principle behind express entry which is Canada’s newest immigration program introduced on January 1, 2015.
Citizens and permanent residents of Canada over 18 years of age can sponsor certain relatives to Canada under the Family Class. You may sponsor
A humanitarian and compassionate application (H&C) allows persons to apply for permanent residence in Canada even though they may not otherwise be eligible. H&C applications are considered to be exceptional cases and are determined on a case-by-case basis. An immigration officer will consider various humanitarian factors such as:
Most provinces and territories in Canada have agreements with the Federal government of Canada, that allows them to nominate immigrants who want to settle there. In most cases, you must apply directly to a province or a territory to be considered under its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
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