Opting for Canada immigration would make a significant positive difference in the living standard of any individual or family. It means having access to a safe and clean environment, a well-developed public transport system, healthcare, education, and good working conditions.
The Express Entry system is a fast-track system for immigration for highly skilled workers and students. The skills and abilities of a candidate are assessed based on a point-based system known as the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) where the Canadian government assesses the applicants and awards scores. The system targets and gives permanent residency status to applicants that have the ability to contribute to the innovative growth and economic prosperity of Canada.
Applicants may become permanent residents on the basis that they have a business or the ability to make a substantial economic contribution to Canada’s economy.
Canadian citizens and permanent residents applying to sponsor their relatives for permanent residence status include relatives such as a spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner 16 years of age or older, an unmarried dependent child under the age of 22, a parent or grandparent, and a brother, sister, nephew, niece, grandchild who is an orphan, unmarried and under 18 years of age. Instead of permanent residency, eligible candidates can also apply for the long-term visitor Parents and Grandparents Super Visa for their parents and/or grandparents.
This program comprises of three categories including Investors, Entrepreneurs and the Self-Employed.