Few Key Tips to apply visa to live and Work in Canada

by Rajneesh Kumar

Posted on May 26, 2017

Prepare for Canada Immigration

Do you have plans to work in Canada?

Its certainly a wise decision looking at the lenient Canadian policies for immigration. Canada also needs skilled workers and professionals in view of existing skill shortage in the country.

It is true that Canada wants skilled workers and treats immigrants well too. However, do all these aspects make Immigration to Canada a cakewalk?

Well, certainly not. You have to do your bit to survive the competition for Canadian visa. Let’s find out what are the key preparations you should do to enhance your chances of moving to Canada.

Tips to apply visa to live and Work in Canada


Also, Read-  Which is the Best Canada Immigration Program to Get Canada PR in 2017?

Apply for Canada PR: Not many applicants aware that you can apply for permanent residency in Canada even without obtaining a Job Offer from Canada. Express Entry immigration system of Canada allows you to submit the profile online and be selected for Canadian PR visa based on your scored points for age, education, work experience, language skills, etc. factors. You can apply in federal express entry system or can help from a registered Canadian Visa Consultancy Firm. The job applicants with positive immigration status, i.e. PR approval, etc. often have better chances of obtaining the job offer from Canadian employers or organisations.


Need assistance to apply for PR Visa in Canada?

If you seek assistance, advice and support to apply for Permanent Residency in Canada, you may send your queries and details to certified migration experts at Visas Avenue on e-mail id- info@visasavenue.com. Visas Avenue is a leading and registered Immigration and Visa Consultancy Firm in India.

Disclaimer: Visas Avenue does not deal in any type of job or job assistance services. Visas Avenue is not a  job recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.

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