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Permanent Residence

Express Entry

Express Entry is a stream used by Canadian Government to process applications for Canadian Permanent Residency. If you are eligible under one of the programs you can also apply through Provincial Nominee Program. There are three programs under express entry  system.


  1. Federal Skilled Worker

  2. Canadian Experience Class

  3. Federal Skilled Trade

Book a free consultation to determine your eligibility !

Provincial Nominee Program

There are 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada and each province has its own nomination program. Each province has its own eligibility criteria, please contact us to check your eligibility. The following are the most common PNP streams.


  1. International Student Stream

  2. Skilled Worker Stream

  3. In-demand Occupation

  4. Job Offer Stream

  5. Entrepreneur Stream

Book a free consultation to determine your eligibility !

Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP)

This program is available for employers in four Atlantic provinces - Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador to hire foreign nationals if they are unable to find workers locally.

The best part about this program is that employers do not need to go through the process of obtaining a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

AIP has two major criteria's for skilled works:

  • Atlantic High-Skilled Program (AHSP)

  • Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program (AISP)

AIP has one program for international graduates students:

  • Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP)


Book a free consultation to determine your eligibility !

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

This is a community based program. This unique program is designed to bring foreign skilled workers to the smaller communities and spreads the benefits of economic immigration who wants to work and live in one of following participating communities.

  • North Bay, Ontario

  • Sudbury, Ontario

  • Timmins, Ontario

  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

  • Thunder Bay, Ontario

  • Brandon, Manitoba

  • Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba

  • Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

  • Claresholm, Alberta

  • Vernon, British Columbia

  • West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), British Columbia

Book a free consultation to determine your eligibility !

Home Child-Care / Home Support Worker Pilot Program

These two pilot programs provides the opportunity to obtain Temporary work permit while waiting on their permanent residency.

Each program accepts a maximum of 2,750 principal applicants.

Below criteria's are required for both streams:

  • Have at least 24 months of full-time qualifying work experience (work experience in NOC4411 for Home Child Care Provider & NOC4412 for Home Support Worker) in the 36 months prior to submitting your application, or a job offer and the ability to perform the work

  • Language test result of CLB 5 level

  • One year of Canadian post-secondary education or the foreign equivalent.

Book a free consultation to determine your eligibility !

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