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Skilled Worker Immigration
Individuals are evaluated based on their education, training and work experience, which reflects their ability to economically establish
themselves in Canada and takes into account labour market conditions in Canada.
Individuals are evaluated based on the value of their legitimately accumulated personal net worth, and management experience during the last
This form is for a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident who wants to sponsor close family members (i.e. spouse, common-law partner,
dependent children, parents, or grandparents) for Canadian Immigration. If you have a more distant relative or friends living in Canada, please
select the General Immigration form to find out whether there is a provincial program under which your relative may qualify.
This is for person who apply for permanent residence in Canada as required by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Cost and
inconvenience are not considered excessive hardship.
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This form is for professionals and workers.
Federal and Quebec Skilled Worker, Provincial Nominee, and Canadian Experience Class
This form is for individuals with management experience, or for business owners, having a high net worth.
Federal and Quebec Investor, and Entrepreneur programs. BC Business Immigrants program
This form is for family sponsorship.
Federal Family Class
This form is for persons in Canada who would suffer excessive hardship if they had to return to home country.
Humanitarian and Compassionate Cases