How to Immigrate to Canada 2021

Between 2020 and 2023, Canada will host more than one million new immigrants. There are many ways to immigrate to Canada and secure Canadian permanent residency, but the Canadim team is committed to keeping things simple.

Overview of Canadian immigration programs
Economic and business immigration options
Family sponsorship
Humanitarian and refugee immigration
How much money do you need to immigrate to Canada?
What are the requirements for immigrating to Canada?
What is the fastest way to immigrate to Canada?
What is the maximum age to immigrate to Canada?
Is it easy to immigrate to Canada?
Do I need a job offer to immigrate to Canada?
What is a permanent resident?
What is a citizen?
Can I work anywhere in Canada?
Can I bring my family to Canada?
Why is Canada looking for immigrants?

Overview of Canada’s immigration programs
There are more than 80 ways to immigrate to Canada. Let’s summarize the general categories of Canadian immigration in an effort to keep things simple for our readers. Click on the links for specific programs to learn more about the requirements and qualifications required to apply.

Immigration Council
Discover your immigration options to Canada by completing our free online assessment tool. In a simple form, we’ll evaluate you for the dozens of immigration programs available and let you know which one is best for you.

Economic and business immigration options
Economic and business immigration options are for professionals who have skills that support the Canadian economy. Each program differs greatly in terms of the qualifications required, so a unique description is not possible for everyone.

The categories of economic and business immigration include

Programs for Provincial Nominees
Express entry
Immigration to Quebec
Investor programs
Programs for entrepreneurs and freelancers
Other federal immigration classes such as the Caregiver Program, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, the Rural and North Immigration Pilot, and the Agri-Food Pilot are also options under the umbrella of economic immigration to Canada.
Family sponsorship
Family sponsorship is an immigration category available to relatives of Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Family members who can be sponsored are

Spouse or de facto/marital partner
Dependent child (adopted or biological)
Parents and grandparents
In some circumstances, you may be eligible to sponsor other family members outside of the above categories. If you do not have other family members eligible to sponsor, you can sponsor the following family members:

Orphaned brother or sister
Orphaned nephew or niece
Orphaned grandson
Humanitarian and refugee immigration
Canada has an international reputation as a leader in accepting new refugees and other immigrants on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. An important part of Canada’s annual immigration objective is devoted to the admission of refugees.

How much money do you need to immigrate to Canada?
The amount of funds needed to immigrate to Canada varies greatly. Some immigration programs require nothing more than the processing fees of your application. Others require substantial investment in Canada. Below we will break it down into categories.

Business Immigration:

All forms of business immigration require significant investment in Canada. You may require the applicant to have invested in a Canadian company or to make an interest-free loan to the federal or provincial government.

Family sponsorship: In most cases, no financial information is provided to sponsor a spouse or dependent child. If you sponsor other family members, such as a parent or grandparent, you must meet a financial requirement in order to apply.

Humanitarian and refugee sponsorship:

If you apply for sponsorship on humanitarian and compassion grounds, there are no economic requirements. The only time financial information is required under this category of immigration is if the refugee is a privately sponsored applicant. In that case, the Canadian refugee-sponsoring group must demonstrate that it has raised sufficient funds to sponsor the resettlement of the refugee candidate.

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