Anyone who wish to immigrate to Canada, need to know that there are some rules and regulations involved by which prospective immigrants are evaluated. The primary factors are based on your occupation – that’s, the kind of work you want to do in Canada and also the abilities, qualifications and experience you have in that occupation. Another very important factor is that your occupation must be on the (NOL) National Occupation List.
Under the Skilled Workers Class, you must obtain 67 points out of 100 in order to be able to submit your application. If your score is less than 67, then your immigration application will be returned to you by Canada immigration visa office.
There are several Federal immigration classes:
- Skilled Worker Class – based on skills
- Canadian Experience Class – foreign students who finished a university, college in Canada and obtained their Canadian working experience
- Business Class – the Business Immigration Class is attracting people with business experience who will invest or open a business in Canada.
- Provincial Nominee Class - each province have their own selection to meet provincial needs.
- Family Class – Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Canada who have family abroad, who wish to sponsor them.
Considering that the amount of individuals who apply every year for immigration to Canada is substantially greater compared to annual level established through the government of Canada, the immigration officials are rather likely to act selectively, therefore choosing the best prospective applicants.
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