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International Experience Canada

International Experience Canada (IEC) is a set of programs enabling young people from participating countries to travel to Canada to live and work temporarily. Foreign nationals who are successful through one of the IEC programs will be authorized to apply for a Canadian work permit without the need for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). IEC authorizes temporary stay in Canada, with the approval of work permits for a maximum of one year.

IEC work permits are approved through a randomized draw system. Not all foreign nationals who submit expressions of interest will be selected for the program. Chances of success depend on the quota for each program and country. The IEC operates three separate programs. While IEC has general requirements, interested applicants should verify the requirements for the separate programs. Each program has unique requirements and can result in a different form of work authorization:

It should be noted that while IEC encompasses these three programs, Canada has a unique relationship with each of the participating countries. For this reason, some participating countries may only offer one or two of the IEC programs, while others will offer all three options.

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International Experience Canada is based on reciprocal bilateral agreements between Canada and other nations. This means that Canadian citizens are eligible for similar opportunities to travel and work in IEC participating countries!

Eligibility for the IEC Program

To participate in International Experience Canada a foreign national must be within the accepted age range for their country’s program (maximum age of 35 years old) and their country of citizenship must have an agreement with Canada allowing the foreign national to apply for a work permit. The following countries have agreements with Canada under IEC:

Country Working Holiday Young Professionals International Co-op Internship
Australia Yes Yes Yes
Austria Yes Yes Yes
Belgium Yes No No
Chile Yes Yes Yes
Costa Rica Yes Yes Yes
Croatia Yes Yes Yes
Czech Republic Yes Yes Yes
Denmark Yes No No
Estonia Yes Yes Yes
France Yes Yes Yes
Germany Yes Yes Yes
Greece Yes Yes Yes
Hong Kong Yes No No
Ireland Yes Yes Yes
Italy Yes No No
Japan Yes No No
Korea, Rep. Yes No No
Latvia Yes Yes Yes
Lithuania Yes Yes Yes
Mexico Yes Yes Yes
Netherlands Yes Yes No
New Zealand Yes No No
Norway Yes Yes Yes
Poland Yes Yes Yes
Portugal Yes Yes Yes
San Marino Yes No No
Slovakia Yes Yes Yes
Slovenia Yes Yes Yes
Spain Yes Yes Yes
Sweden Yes Yes Yes
Switzerland No Yes Yes
Taiwan Yes Yes Yes
Ukraine Yes Yes Yes
United Kingdom Yes No No

IEC encompasses three separate programs. Member countries may not participate in all three types programs. As well, eligibility criteria, application procedure, and likelihood of success vary from program to program and from country to country. Full details about participating countries’ program requirements can be accessed on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website . If a country is not listed it may still be possible to participate in IEC. However, in this case, the foreign national must access the program through the assistance of a Recognized Organization .

Working Holiday Visa

The Working Holiday visa is ideal for individuals who want the freedom to work for any employers while travelling in Canada. Applicants who are successful through the Working Holiday program receive an open work permit . Open work permits are not tied to specific employers, so individuals have the freedom to change employers and locations while living in Canada. The Working Holiday program is a good option for foreign nationals from participating countries who are seeking the following:

  • Those without a job offer from a Canadian employer
  • Those who want the freedom to work for more than one employer
  • Those who would like the freedom to live in more than one location
  • Those wishing to earn money while travelling

As the Working Holiday program has relatively relaxed requirements, this program is incredibly popular. Canada approves predetermined quotas of applicants for this program on a per-country basis. Applicants interested in this program should verify the quotas for their country in order to gain an accurate understanding of their probability of success.

Young Professionals

The Young Professionals program allows foreign nationals to gain Canadian professional work experience by working with a Canadian employer. This program requires that applicants have a job offer from a Canadian employer in order to apply. Applicants who are successful through the Young Professionals program will be issued an employer-specific work permit . This means they must work for the same employer in the same location during their stay in Canada. The Young Professionals program is a good option for foreign nationals from participating countries who are seeking the following:

  • Those with a job offer from a Canadian employer which contributes to their professional development.
  • Those who intend to work for the same employer in the same location while in Canada
  • Those whose work will be: paid and not self-employed

Generally, a position must be National Occupation Classification (NOC) Skill Level 0, A, or B to be considered as contributing to professional development. Participating countries have varying quotas to be filled annually for this program. Interested applicants should verify quotas for their country to understand the probability of their success.

International Co-op

The International Co-op Internship program allows international students to complete an internship or work placement in Canada as a requirement for their post-secondary education. This program requires that applicants have a job offer for a work placement or internship in Canada which is required for their completion of studies. Applicants who are successful through this program receive an employer-specific work permit , meaning that they must work for the same employer in the same location during their stay in Canada. The International Co-op Internship program is a good option for foreign nationals from participating countries who are seeking the following:

  • Those who are international students registered at a post-secondary institution
  • Those with a job offer for a work placement or internship in Canada
  • Those requiring a work placement or internship to complete their studies
  • Those willing to work for the same employer in the same location during their stay in Canada

Interested applicants should consult the requirements for their country to verify exact application procedures as well as quotas for the program.

IEC Application Procedure

Foreign nationals interested in applying to an IEC program must follow a five step process:

Step One: Create an IEC profile Once a foreign national determines that their country participates in IEC and selects their preferred program, they may create an account on the IEC website. As long as they meet the eligibility requirements their account is automatically entered into the IEC pool of candidates.

Step Two: Receive an Invitation to Apply IEC regularly conducts random draws of IEC candidates. If a candidate is selected in a draw, they will be issued an Invitation to Apply, which enables them to move onto step three. Quotas vary by program and by country, so candidates should verify their country’s quotas to gain a better understanding of their probability of receiving an Invitation to Apply.

Step Three: Accept the Invitation to Apply If a candidate receives an Invitation to Apply, they are given 10 days to accept the invitation. After accepting, they are given 20 days to submit an online application for a work permit. If an applicant chooses to decline an invitation they will be returned to the pool of candidates and will continue being considered in future draws.

Step Four: Submit Work Permit Application After accepting an Invitation to Apply, a foreign national has 20 days to submit a work permit application online using the IRCC web portal. Applicants should review documentation requirements in advance so they can be sure they will have sufficient time to prepare the application.

Step Five: Receive Work Permit If an application is successful, the applicant will receive confirmation of their work permit and issued information about the validity period of their authorization to work in Canada.

IEC Overview for 2020

International Experience Canada conducts draws regularly. The quotas vary for each of the three IEC programs and program-based quotas vary from country to country. In order to determine the likelihood of success through one of the IEC programs, it is best to consult the International Experience Canada webpage to consult the exact program quotas per country. Generally, IEC updates their website with information about new draws each Friday.

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Experience Canada

You could spend a lifetime exploring Canada’s cities and towns, national parks, lakes, ocean shores and mountains. You’ll enjoy every minute of it! In fact, Canada is the second-largest country in the world. Discover all that Canada has to offer to international students and visitors. You’ll find plenty to see and do. The possibilities are endless.

Getting to know Canada

In your first few months, you will get to know Canada—our people, our languages, our culture, our food, our climate and so much more. This is an exciting time for you. Soon, you’ll come to learn that Canada offers you a safe and secure place to live, work and travel.

The people and places you encounter will shape your life here. International students in Canada tend to be awestruck by the beauty of our 4 seasons. Summer, fall, winter and spring are all very distinct and each offers its own recreational activities and fun when it comes to exploring:

  • In summer, you can go boating on one of our many lakes, swim in the ocean and play volleyball on the beach. It’s also a great season to see Canada as a tourist, sit out on a restaurant patio in your favourite city soaking up the sun or enjoy a bonfire with friends.
  • During the fall, you’ll love exploring the countryside to see the splendour of our autumn leaves, hiking up a mountain or through the woods on a crisp day as well as enjoying the outdoors with your friends. It’s also a great time to explore Canada’s vibrant cities and historical towns.
  • Once winter comes, it’s time to grab your snow gear and join in some great Canadian fun. You can learn to ski or snowshoe, build a snowman, have a snowball fight with your friends or simply enjoy the peaceful sound of walking through the woods in winter.
  • Spring is a time for renewal in Canada, as the birds return from the south and flowers bloom in the gardens. It’s also “sugaring off” season. Discover how sap is collected and boiled to create maple syrup. The best part? Eating maple taffy poured hot on snow.

All year long, the Canadians you meet at school and at work will impress you with their warmth. Enjoy this opportunity to get to know us and to introduce us to your culture.

Canada fast facts

  • 36.3 million people
  • 250 ethnic origins
  • 6.4 million people speak an immigrant language
  • 60+ Aboriginal languages
  • 10 provinces and 3 territories
  • 243,000 km of coastline – the world’s longest
  • 3 oceans

Canadian culture includes the world

Canadian culture includes people and cultures from around the world. We are well known as one of the world’s great multicultural societies—and we’re proud of this distinction.

Canada welcomes people from everywhere. We place a high value on tolerance. Our national human rights law prohibits discrimination based on race, gender, disability and sexual orientation. Each province and territory of Canada has its own human rights code, too.

Canadians have a strong sense of justice. This means we care about people’s rights in the workplace, in the court system, in our democracy and in our homes. Women’s rights are equally important.

Our commitment to equality makes Canada a sought-after destination for international students and immigrants. Canada is currently ranked as the #1 best country in the world for quality of life.

Discounts for international students

As an international student in Canada, you have access to travel discounts for students. So get ready to experience Canada and save some money! Restaurants, hotels, airlines, trains and other travel providers offer reduced prices for students. You’ll need a valid student identification card to get your discount. We also recommend the International Student Identification Card for additional benefits.

Canadian custom: The polar bear dip

Can you guess how some Canadians like to ring in the New Year? This might surprise you, but we like to mark the start of a new year by taking part in a polar bear dip. Don’t worry. We don’t actually swim with polar bears, but we do cut a big hole in the ice and go for a swim! It sounds crazy, but it’s exhilarating. If you join us, bring your parka (big coat with a hood) so you can get warm after you emerge from the freezing water. It’s just another great way to experience Canada.

Система Рейтингового Отбора CRS

Комплексная Система Рейтингового Отбора CRS

Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) это Комплексная Система Рейтингового Отбора по которой каждому заявителю будут начисляться баллы по различным параметрам из четырёх групп. Максимальное количество баллов, которое может набрать главный заявитель включая своего супруга — 1200 баллов.

  1. Skills and experience factors — Оценка образования, профессиональных навыков и опыта работы по специальности: Максимум 500 баллов.
  2. Spouse or common-law partner factors — Оценка данных супруга или супруги главного заявителя по уровню образованию, уровню владения английским или французским языком и т.д.: Максимум 40 баллов.
  3. Skills transferability factors — Оценка вашего потенциала и применимости ваших профессиональных навыков в Канаде: Максимум 100 баллов.
  4. Additional points — Дополнительное начисление баллов за наличие рабочего приглашения от Канадского работодателя или наличие номинации по Провинциальной Программе — Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP): Максимум 600 баллов.

A. Core / human capital factors

Factors Points per factor — With a spouse or common-law partner Points per factor — Without a spouse or common-law partner
Age 100 110
Level of education 140 150
Official languages proficiency 150 160
Canadian work experience 70 80

B. Spouse or common-law partner factors

Factors Points per factor
(Maximum 40 points) Level of education 10 Official language proficiency 20 Canadian Work Experience 10

A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner factors = Maximum 500 points (with OR without a spouse or common-law partner)

C. Skill Transferability factors (Maximum 100 points)

Education Points per factor
(Maximum 50 points) With good/strong official languages proficiency and a post-secondary degree 50 With Canadian work experience and a post-secondary degree 50
Foreign work experience Points per factor
(Maximum 50 points)
With good/strong official languages proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark [CLB] level 7 or higher) and foreign work experience 50
With Canadian work experience and foreign work experience 50
Certificate of qualification (for people in trade occupations) Points per factor
(Maximum 50 points)
With good/strong official languages proficiency and a certificate of qualification 50

A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner + C. Transferability factors = Maximum 600 points

D. Additional points (Maximum 600 points)

Factor Maximum points per factor Post-secondary education in Canada 30 Arranged employment 200 PN nomination 600

A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner factors + C. Transferability factors + D. Additional points = Grand total – Maximum 1,200 points

Points breakdown, section by section

CRS – A. Core / human capital factors

  • With a spouse or common-law partner: Maximum 460 points total for all factors.
  • Without a spouse or common-law partner: Maximum 500 points total for all factors.
Age With a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 100 points)
Without a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 110 points)
17 years of age or less
18 years of age 90 99
19 years of age 95 105
20 to 29 years of age 100 110
30 years of age 95 105
31 years of age 90 99
32 years of age 85 94
33 years of age 80 88
34 years of age 75 83
35 years of age 70 77
36 years of age 65 72
37 years of age 60 66
38 years of age 55 61
39 years of age 50 55
40 years of age 45 50
41 years of age 35 39
42 years of age 25 28
43 years of age 15 17
44 years of age 5 6
45 years of age or more
Level of Education With a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 140 points)
Without a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 150 points)
Less than secondary school (high school)
Secondary diploma (high school graduation) 28 30
One-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute 84 90
Two-year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute 91 98
Bachelor’s degree OR a three or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute 112 120
Two or more certificates, diplomas, or degrees. One must be for a program of three or more years 119 128
Master’s degree, OR professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession (For “professional degree,” the degree program must have been in: medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry, law, chiropractic medicine, or pharmacy.) 126 135
Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.) 140 150

Official languages proficiency — first official language

Maximum points for each ability (reading, writing, speaking and listening):

  • 32 with a spouse or common-law partner
  • 34 without a spouse or common-law partner
Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per ability With a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 128 points)
Without a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 136 points)
Less than CLB 4
CLB 4 or 5 6 6
CLB 6 8 9
CLB 7 16 17
CLB 8 22 23
CLB 9 29 31
CLB 10 or more 32 34

Official languages proficiency — second official language

Maximum points for each ability (reading, writing, speaking and listening):

  • 6 with a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 22 points)
  • 6 without a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 24 points)
Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per ability With a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 22 points)
Without a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 24 points)
CLB 4 or less
CLB 5 or 6 1 1
CLB 7 or 8 3 3
CLB 9 or more 6 6
Canadian work experience With a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 70 points)
Without a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 80 points)
None or less than a year
1 year 35 40
2 years 46 53
3 years 56 64
4 years 63 72
5 years or more 70 80

Subtotal: A. Core / human capital factors

  • With a spouse or common-law partner – Maximum 460 points
  • Without a spouse or common-law partner – Maximum 500 points

CRS – B. Spouse or common-law partner factors (if applicable)

Spouse’s or common-law partner’s level of education With spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 10 points)
Without spouse or common-law partner
(Does not apply)
Less than secondary school (high school) n/a
Secondary school (high school graduation) 2 n/a
One-year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute 6 n/a
Two-year program at a university, college, trade or technical in school, or other institute 7 n/a
Bachelor’s degree OR a three or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute 8 n/a
Two or more certificates, diplomas, or degrees. One must be for a program of three or more years 9 n/a
Master’s degree, or professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession (For “professional degree”, the degree program must have been in: medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry, law, chiropractic medicine, or pharmacy.) 10 n/a
Doctoral level university degree (PhD) 10 n/a

Note: (n/a) means that this factor does not apply in this case.

Spouse’s or common-law partner’s official languages proficiency — first official language

Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per ability (reading, writing, speaking and listening ) Maximum 20 points for section
Maximum 5 points per ability
Without spouse or common-law partner
(Does not apply)
CLB 4 or less n/a
CLB 5 or 6 1 n/a
CLB 7 or 8 3 n/a
CLB 9 or more 5 n/a

Note: (n/a) means that this factor does not apply in this case.

Spouse’s Canadian work experience Maximum 10 points Without spouse or common-law partner
(Does not apply)
None or less than a year n/a
1 year 5 n/a
2 years 7 n/a
3 years 8 n/a
4 years 9 n/a
5 years or more 10 n/a

Note: (n/a) means that this factor does not apply in this case.

Subtotal : A. Core / human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner factors = Maximum 500 points

CRS – C. Skill transferability factors (Maximum 100 points for this section)

Education

With good official language proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark Level [CLB] 7 or higher) and a post-secondary degree Points for CLB 7 or more on all first official language abilities, with one or more under CLB 9
(Maximum 25 points)
Points for CLB 9 or more on all four first official language abilities
(Maximum 50 points)
Secondary school (high school) credential or less
Post-secondary program credential of one year or longer 13 25
Two or more post-secondary program credentials AND at least one of these credentials was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or longer 25 50
With Canadian work experience and a post-secondary degree Points for education + 1 year of Canadian work experience
(Maximum 25 points)
Points for education + 2 years or more of Canadian work experience
(Maximum 50 points)
Secondary school (high school) credential or less
Post-secondary program credential of one year or longer 13 25
Two or more post-secondary program credentials AND at least one of these credentials was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or longer 25 50

Foreign work experience – With good official language proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark Level [CLB] 7 or higher)

Years of experience Points for foreign work experience + CLB 7 or more on all first official language abilities, one or more under 9
(Maximum 25 points)
Points for foreign work experience + CLB 9 or more on all four first official language abilities
(Maximum 50 points)
No foreign work experience
1 or 2 years of foreign work experience 13 25
3 years or more of foreign work experience 25 50

Foreign work experience – With Canadian work experience

Years of experience Points for foreign work experience + 1 year of Canadian work experience
(Maximum 25 points)
Points for foreign work experience + 2 years or more of Canadian work experience
(Maximum 50 points)
No foreign work experience
1 or 2 years of foreign work experience 13 25
3 years or more of foreign work experience 25 50
Certificate of qualification (trade occupations) – With good official language proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark Level [CLB] 5 or higher) Points for certificate of qualification + CLB 5 or more on all first official language abilities, one or more under 7
(Maximum 25 points)
Points for certificate of qualification + CLB 7 or more on all four first official language abilities
(Maximum 50 points)
With a certificate of qualification 25 50

Subtotal: A. Core / human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner + C. Skill transferability factors — Maximum 600 points

CRS – D. Additional points (Maximum 600 points)

Additional points Maximum 600 points
Post-secondary education in Canada — credential of one or two years 15
Post-secondary education in Canada — credential three years or longer 30
Arranged employment — NOC 00 200
Arranged employment – any other NOC 0, A or B 50
Provincial or territorial nomination 600

Subtotal: D. Additional points – Maximum 600 points

Grand total: A. Core / human capital + B. Spouse or common-law partner + C. Skill transferability factors + D. Additional points = Maximum 1,200 points

Canada Working Holiday Visa

Detailed information about the Working Holiday visa of the IEC program

Young people who want to travel around Canada, but may not be able to afford it, have the choice to work while they are travelling. This option allows them to earn money and use it to travel, and the kind of visa that gives this opportunity is the Working Holiday Visa.

What is the Working Holiday Visa?

The Working Holiday Visa is a Canadian work visa that grants work and travel Canada opportunitis to young people (usually students) to go to Canada to get a job and visit the best places in the country. This visa is part of the International Experience Canada (IEC) program, which allows youth to work and travel, work in Canada as a Young Professional, or get an International Internship.

To qualify for the IEC and for the Working Holiday Canada, your country of citizenship must have an agreement with Canada to exchange young workers, or you can contact a Recognized Organization (RO). These recognized organizations help young people with their applications and in getting a job for a fee for the IEC Canada. Examples of Recognized Organizations that assist youth who want a Working Holiday Visa include:

  • SWAP Working Holidays;
  • GO International;
  • Stepwest;

If your country is one of those that has the agreement with Canada or you choose a RO, then you can start the Working Holiday Canada process. With this visa, you will get an Open Work Permit, which means that you can go to Canada and then find a job. The visa is best when you want to travel in Canada and work in different places and for different employers, but you do not have a job offer yet.

The Working Holiday Visa allows you to stay in Canada for 1 year and then return to your home country. During this time, you are allowed to change employers and travel anywhere you want within the country.

How to apply for the Canada Working Holiday Visa?

The application process for the Working Holiday Visa can take some time and has these steps.

Step 1: Create your International Experience Canada Profile

In order to get into the applicant pool, you will have to submit your profile to the Government of Canada, as follows:

  • Create your Government of Canada account using your GCKey or bank information in their official website;
  • Take the eligibility test which will ask you questions about:
    • Country of residence;
    • Country of citizenship;
    • Country of permanent residence;
    • If you have a job offer;
    • If you are a student;
  • If the system determines that you are eligible for the IEC, it will take you to the page where you have to fill out your profile forms.
  • Complete the profile forms with the necessary information (personal information, passport number, travel information, contact information, etc).
  • Submit your profile and find out whether the system determined that you can enter the pool for the working holiday visa.

You do not need to complete your whole profile immediately, but you must finish it and submit it within 60 days of starting it.

Step 2: Enter in the pool of applicants

The Government of Canada has a pool of applicants for each category of the International Experience Canada (IEC) Program. After you complete your profile, you can enter in the pool of applicants for which you are eligible. In this case, you should enter in the pool of candidates for the Working Holiday Visa.

You may be eligible for more than one pool, so for example you can enter in both the Young Professionals and the Working Holiday Visa. However, you cannot enter twice for one pool of candidates.

You will be in the pool of candidates for one season, so for one year. If the season ends and you do not get the invitation to apply, then you must submit your profile again.

Step 3: Get an invitation to apply

During one season, there are different schedules when the Government of Canada randomly picks candidates from a pool and invites them to apply. You can check the schedule for the rounds of invitations, number of candidates in the pool, and your chances of being selected here.

If you get picked for an invitation, it will show up as a message on your account. You can then accept the invitation or decline it. When you are invited, you will have 10 days to decide about the invitation. If you decline the invitation, you then continue to stay in the candidate pool for the next round of invitations.

If you are in more than one pool, you will have to decline one invitation to get the other. For example, if you are in the Young Professionals and Working Holiday pool and get an invitation for the Young Professionals, you will have to decline it so as to get a chance to be selected for the Working Holiday Visa.

If you accept the invitation, you will then have 20 days to apply for a work permit.

Step 4: Apply for a work permit

Since you will only have 20 days to submit the application for a work permit, you must start immediately. You will first need to fill out the necessary forms with the information you provided when you submitted your profile.

For the Working Holiday work permit, you will have a section where it will ask you about your offer of employment. You must do the following:

  • In the field of the Offer of Employment Number, you must type “A9999999”;
  • Select “No” in the question “Has your employer paid the Employer Compliance Fee?”;
  • In the employer address field type “Non-applicable – Working Holiday”;

Once you fill out all the forms, the system will generate a list of supporting documents that you have to submit. This list is personalized, but it can contain the following:

Police Certificates – for all countries where you have lived for more than 6 months since you were 18 years old. If you cannot get all of them in 20 days, then you must submit proof that you have requested them and be ready to show them to an official at the Canadian Consulate later on. If you have a criminal record, you will not be allowed to have a work permit.

Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume – which shows your education, qualifications, employment history, and you current job and location.

Medical Exam – if you are planning to work in a job which requires it or if you have lived in countries which pose a danger to your health, you should visit a doctor who will issue a certificate of good health. This form is IMM 1017B – Upfront Medical Report, which you must upload in your application. If you cannot get this form in the 20 days you can submit the application, then you can attach proof that you are waiting for the form.

Passport and Digital Photo – You must submit a clear copy of your passport that is valid until the date of your departure from Canada. Also, you must submit a digital photo of yourself according to the Photo Requirements.

Submit other forms:

  • IMM 5645 – Family Information;
  • IMM 5707 – Family Information;
  • Schedule 1 – Application for a Temporary Resident Visa Made Outside Canada.

If you are using a Recognized Organization, submit a letter which proves that the RO is assisting you for your Working Holiday in Canada

Step 5: Pay the Fees and Submit Application

You must pay the International Experience Canada fee of CAD$100 and the Open Work Permit Holder fee of CAD$100 for the Working Holiday Visa. If you are asked to submit biometrics, you will also have to pay an additional biometrics fee of CAD$85.

Pay these fees and then submit the application for the work permit. The Government of Canada will go through the application and inform you whether you are eligible or not. If you are, they will let you know of the next steps you must take. The Consulate may ask you to go through an interview or submit more information. You must complete their requirements, or your work permit application will be denied.

Step 6: Get your PoE Letter and Travel to Canada

If your application is approved, you will get a letter of introduction or Port of Entry (PoE) Letter to Canada. You must have that letter with you at all times when you travel. You can now book your flight to Canada and find accommodation. When you first enter Canada, you will need to have with you these documents:

  • Your passport;
  • Your PoE letter of Introduction;
  • Proof that you have enough funds for your stay in Canada for the first 3 months (CAD$2,500);
  • Proof that you have valid health insurance in Canada;
  • A return ticket from Canada to your country of residence or enough funds to purchase a ticket;
  • Copies of the supporting documents from your work permit application (See: Step 4);

The validity of your work permit is at the discretion of the Canadian Consulate, but it usually is for 1 year. After your work permit expires, you must return to your home country or you will face the risk of deportation.

Открыт прием заявок на 2020 International Experience Canada (IEC) Program

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Хорошая новость для молодежи, желающей поработать и пожить в Канаде: в начале декабря Министерство Иммиграции Канады открыло прием заявок по иммиграционному направлению International Experience Canada.

The International Experience Canada (IEC) – это иммиграционная программа, которая дает возможность молодым людям из разных стран мира пожить и поработать в Канаде на временной основе.

С 4 декабря кандидаты из стран, которые заключили с Канадой двустороннее соглашение о мобильности молодежи, могут подавать заявления.

За последние годы программа IEC стала популярной среди молодежи. Многие участники этой программы, вкусив возможности страны, оставались здесь. Другие молодые люди получили возможность путешествовать по различным частям Канады в течение их пребывания в стране.

Участниками программы «International Experience Canada» могут стать студенты, выпускники вузов, молодые специалисты, возраст которых 18-35 лет. Важно знание языка и отсутствие судимости.

Программа «International Experience Canada» делится на три категории:

International Co-op (стажировка)

Working Holiday (рабочие каникулы)

Young Professionals (обмен молодыми высококвалифицированными специалистами)

IEC направляет приглашения на подачу заявку на разрешение на работу с использованием модели выражения заинтересованности (Expression of Interest). Для этого заинтересованные лица должны заполнить форму и попасть в пул претендентов на разрешение на работу.

Граждане Украины на данный момент могут подать заявку на все три программы (Working Holiday, Young Professionals, International Co-op Internship). В то время, как граждане России и Беларуси сейчас не могут подать заявку на участие в International Experience Canada.

Категории IEC

Working Holiday

Эта категория для вас, если:

У вас еще нет предложения о работе
Вы хотите работать более чем на одного работодателя в Канаде
Вы хотите работать в более чем одном месте
Вы хотели бы заработать немного денег, чтобы путешествовать

Young Professionals

Участники смогут разнообразить и расширить свои профессиональные умения и навыки, получив бесценный опыт работы в Канаде. Эта категория предусматривает предварительное наличие рабочего контракта. Участники должны иметь при себе подписанное предложение о работе, письмо или трудовой договор с канадским работодателем. Предложение о работе должно быть согласно Национальной классификации профессий в Канаде (NOC) класса 0, А или B (то есть программа для высококвалифицированных специалистов). По программе предоставляются разрешения на работу у определенного работодателя – employer-specific work permit.

International Co-op Internship

Эта программа позволяет иностранным гражданам из стран-участниц приезжать на стажировку в Канаду. Это дает возможность углубить полученные знания, а заодно и получить опыт работы в Канаде. Эта опция предусматривает предварительное наличие рабочего контракта, который удовлетворяет требования учебного плана в стране заявителя.

По программе предоставляются разрешения на работу у определенного работодателя – employer-specific work permit.

Обзор IEC на 2020 сезон для разных стран

Work experience Канада

Участник получает:

  • Рабочий контракт на 1 год
  • Так как сеть ресторанов Tim Horton’s насчитывает больше 3000 ресторанов по всей Канаде, участник программы может быть размещен в любом из этих ресторанов
  • Медицинскую страховку на период трудоустройства в компании Tim Horton’s
  • Бесплатный авиа перелет в оба конца

Важные даты:

  • Прием документов происходит на протяжении года.
  • Подавать заявку на участие в программе необходимо минимум за 3 месяца до желаемой даты выезда
  • Продолжительность программы – 1 год

Требования к участникам:

  • Возраст от 18 до 26 лет
  • Уровень английского языка не ниже среднего (Intermediate) *
  • Наличие предыдущего опыта работы в ресторанах быстрого питания от 1 года **

* После подтверждения возможности участия в программе, участники обязательно должны пройти тест IELTS и показать минимальные результаты – 5 баллов (Listening and Comprehension) и 4 балла (Reading and Writing)

** Опыт работы должен быть «недавним», то есть в работу не принимаются резюме с опытом за 2006-2010 года

Оплата труда в Канаде

Согласно законодательству Канады каждая из провинций имеет собственный установленный уровень минимальной заработной платы. Ниже приведены официальные данные о минимальной зарплате в провинциях Канады.

Провинция

Минимальная з/п в час

Остров Принца Эдварда

Проживание и питание

Процедура оформления на программу

  1. 1. Отправить резюме и мотивационное письмо для компании Tim Horton’s на электронную почту
  2. 2. Пройти собеседование на английском языке с представителем компании Studentland
  3. 3. Пройти собеседование с представителем компании Tim Horton’s, интервью проводится в режиме реального времени с использованием веб-камеры и программы skype.
  4. 4. В случае успешного прохождения интервью – ожидание рабочего контракта, прохождение теста IELTS и подготовка документов для подачи в консульство Канады
  5. 5. После получения рабочего контракта – подача документов в посольство для получения визы в Канаду (подача осуществляется представителем компании Studentland)
  6. 6. Прохождение медицинского осмотра (по направлению консульства Канады)
  7. 7. После получения визы – прохождение ориентационного семинара и получение авиабилетов
  8. 8. Вылет в Канаду

Документы, необходимые для оформления:

  • Резюме и мотивационное письмо для работы в Канаде в компанию Tim Horton’s
  • Заграничный паспорт (срок действия паспорта должен быть не меньше чем 24 месяца на момент подачи документов в посольство)
  • 4 фото паспортного формата (3,5х4,5)
  • Справка из банка о наличии собственного счета (минимальная сумма – 2500 СAD$)
  • Справка из высшего ученого заведения (для студентов ВУЗа)
  • Копия диплома (для выпускников ВУЗа)
  • Справка с места работы с указанием должности, заработной платы и срока работы
  • Рекомендательные письма от работодателя(-ей), которые подтверждают опыт работы участника
  • Справка о несудимости для выезда за границу
  • Мотивационное письмо для консульства Канады с объяснением того, почему участник хочет работать в Канаде именно в ресторане компании Tim Horton’s
  • Справка про результаты теста IELTS

Все документы должны быть переведены на английский язык

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The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program that allows individuals who have worked in Canada for at least one year to immigrate permanently. CEC is a part of Canada’s Express Entry immigration system.

The government of Canada recognizes the deep pool of talented workers already working in Canada, and wants them to become permanent residents. These are individuals and families who have set down roots and made plans for the future in Canada.

What is Express Entry?
Eligibility Requirements — Canadian Experience Class
How to apply for CEC — Step-by-step instructions
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The Express Entry Roadmap

Our free Express Entry Roadmap will give you all the information you need to navigate your Express Entry process!

Learn more about the Express Entry Roadmap

What is Express Entry?

Express Entry allows Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to invite eligible candidates to make an application for permanent residence.

These candidates have all made a formal ‘Expression of Interest’ to settle in Canada by creating an online Express Entry profile. Eligible candidates have their profiles accepted to the Express Entry pool where they are given a score and ranked under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) based on the personal information they provided.

In addition to the Canadian Experience Class, the pool contains candidates under the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) and Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC). IRCC then invites candidates to apply during its Express Entry draws from the pool.

CEC Canada advantages

For Canadian Experience Class candidates there are three distinct advantages, and one possible disadvantage, under Express Entry.

Advantages:

  • Canadian Experience Class candidates have built up at least one year of Canadian work experience. This is a highly-valued factor under the CRS, and, as such, gives these applicants access to CRS points for their Canadian experience.
  • Because the required documentation is minimal, Canadian Experience Class applications are processed quickly, often within three to four months.
  • Applicants under the Canadian Experience Class are not required to show proof of settlement funds, as FSWC and FSTC candidates are.

Potential disadvantage:

  • Even if you are eligible to apply under the Canadian Experience Class, there is no guarantee that you will receive an invitation to apply. If your CRS score is below the cut-off required to receive an invitation, consult our guide on how to increase your CRS score.

Let’s go over the eligibility requirements for the Canadian Experience Class, because it is not enough just to have one-year of Canadian work experience.

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CEC applicants must:

  • Have at least 12 months of full-time (or an equivalent in part-time) skilled work experience in Canada within the last three years. This experience must have been obtained while on a valid work permit and needs to be in one or more occupations classified as skill type 0, A or B under the National Occupational Classification (NOC). The one year of experience can be gained in two different NOC codes, so long as they are skilled positions and the work experience is gained legally;
  • Plan on living outside the province of Quebec; and
  • Meet the required language levels needed for the job for each language ability (speaking, reading, listening, and writing). These levels are outlined in the table below and must be proven by taking an approved language test.

Notably, work experience gained through self-employment and work experience gained while a full-time student are not eligible under CEC.

NOC skill level Minimum level for all four language abilities
NOC 0 or A CLB 7
NOC B CLB 5

CEC candidates may take any of the following IRCC-approved language tests:

Candidates who prove language ability in both English and French can obtain additional points under the CRS.

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Let’s look at the process — from getting to Canada as a worker, to getting your Permanent Resident (PR) card.

Step 1. Obtain a Canadian work permit.

Having the right to work in Canada is an important prerequisite under this program. For some people, such as those eligible under the International Experience Canada (IEC) program or the spouse/common-law partner of an international student or foreign worker in Canada, an open work permit may be an option. For others, an employer-specific (‘closed’) work permit may be issued. Examples of closed work permits include those issued with a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and Intra-Company transfers.

Step 2: Complete a year of work in Canada

Eleven-and-a-half months will not be enough — you need at least a year of work experience (or more, if part-time) in order to be eligible under the Canadian Experience Class.

Step 3: Ensure you meet other eligibility criteria

Get your language test done. For English, candidates may take the IELTS or CELPIP test. For French, the TEF and TCF are the currently available options. Candidates with some ability in both English and French can be awarded additional points for ability in their second language.

Step 4: Create an Express Entry profile

This step is completed on the IRCC website. You will be asked to provide some personal information, some of which is self-declared (such as your work history), and some of which must be accompanied with documentation (such as your proof of language ability).

Step 5: Improve your profile and ranking under the CRS

If your CRS score is below the cut-off required to receive an invitation to apply, consult our guide on how to improve your CRS score.

One common reasons why Canadian Experience Class candidates never receive an invitation to apply is because they haven’t taken the additional step of providing proof of their level of education. While Federal Skilled Worker candidates are required to prove their education, Canadian Experience Class candidates do not have to provide this.

However, by not doing so CEC candidates may be leaving up to 250 CRS points behind — up to 150 points for the education level itself, plus up to 100 points in combination with Canadian work experience and/or language ability.

Candidates who completed their studies outside Canada may be awarded these points by obtaining an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Canadian Experience Class candidates should get an ECA or upload proof of their Canadian education credential in order to maximize their chances of being invited to apply for permanent residence.

There are other potential ways to improve your ranking, such as completing additional work experience or seeing if you are eligible under one of the Express Entry-aligned Provincial Nominee Program streams, particularly those in the province in which you work(ed). Your experience and skills may be in demand in the province, and so there could be a 600-point bonus waiting for you.

Step 6: Receive an invitation to apply

This is arguably the step that brings the most joy, as it allows you and your family, if applicable, to submit an application for permanent residence. From this point, you will have 60 days to submit a complete application. ITAs are issued when IRCC conducts one of its draws from the Express Entry pool.

If your work permit is about to expire within the next four months, you may also apply for a Bridging Open Work Permit so that you may continue working throughout the rest of the process (though your work permit application can only be submitted after you’ve submitted your permanent residence application for CEC).

Step 7: Complete a medical, provide security background checks, and submit an e-application

All CEC applicants are screened for potential medical and criminal inadmissibility. With your application, you will need to show that you have completed a medical exam with an IRCC-recognized panel physician.

In addition, you have to provide a police background check (also known as a clearance certificate) from each country you have lived in for at least six months since the age of 18. The e-application, which must be submitted within 60 days of receiving an ITA, must also include detailed work reference letters from previous employers.

Given the tight time frame, it is a good idea to gather the background checks and work reference letters before you receive an ITA.

Step 8: Your e-application is reviewed

A Canadian immigration officer will review the submitted e-application and let you know if anything else is required.

Step 9: Receive confirmation of permanent resident status and complete your landing

80 percent of applications submitted under the Canadian Experience Class are processed within less than six months. When a person is approved, he or she receives a confirmation of permanent residence (COPR) document. An officer at a Canadian port of entry or at a IRCC office signs and dates this document when permanent residence is granted.

Step 10: Get your PR card

Once you have your confirmation of status, you may then apply for your PR card. If you travel outside Canada, you may use this card as proof of your status in Canada.

Get help with your application

We have designed the Express Entry Roadmap: a free service designed to inform you about the Express Entry process so that you can be empowered to make the best decisions when it comes to your immigration. Sign up for the Express Entry Roadmap here.

Do you need assistance in preparing an application for Canadian permanent residence? If so, view our Book an Immigration Consultant page to see Moving2Canada’s list of recommended, accredited representatives who can assist you in your goals.

Международный опыт в Канаде

International Experience Canada (IEC) — это программа, предназначенная для того, чтобы дать молодежи возможность работать в Канаде на временной основе.

Граждане стран, имеющих двустороннее соглашение о молодежной мобильности с Канадой в возрасте от 18 до 35 лет, могут иметь право на получение разрешений на работу в рамках программы IEC.

У программы International Experience Canada (IEC) есть три категории:

  • Рабочие каникулы (Work & Holiday)
  • Молодые специалисты (Young Professionals)
  • Международное сотрудничество (International Co-op)

Рабочие каникулы (Work & Holiday)

Участники программы Рабочие каникулы могут получить открытое разрешение на работу, действительное в течение одного-двух лет. Открытые разрешения на работу (Open Work Permits) позволяют участникам работать в любом месте Канады практически для любого канадского работодателя. Гражданам некоторых стран может быть разрешено находиться в Канаде сроком более одного года или менее его.

Молодые специалисты (Young Professionals)

В рамках этой программы граждане стран-участниц могут получить ценный международный опыт, работая в канадской компании. Перед подачей заявления требуется подписанное письмо с предложением о работе или договор найма с канадским работодателем, при условии, что работа связана с профессиональной подготовкой заявителя. Предлагаемая работа должна быть классифицирована как работа Уровня 0, А или Б согласно Национальному коду занятости (National Occupation Code, (NOC)).

Международное сотрудничество (International Coop)

Эта программа позволяет гражданам стран-участниц, которые зачислены в высшие учебные заведения страны, гражданство которой они имеют, пройти интернатуру в канадской компании. Перед подачей заявки участники должны договориться о сотрудничестве с канадскими работодателями. На момент прохождения стажировки кандидаты должны иметь официальный статус студента.

Требования для участия в программе IEC

  • быть гражданином (владельцем паспорта) одной из 32 стран, имеющих с Канадойдвустороннее соглашение о мобильности молодежи;
  • иметь действительный паспорт на весь срок пребывания в Канаде (разрешение на работу не должно превышать срока, в течение которого действителен паспорт),
  • быть в возрасте от 18 до 30 или 35 лет на момент подачи заявления (верхний возрастной предел зависит от страны гражданства заявителя);
  • иметь эквивалент $2500 CANна момент въезда в страну, чтобы мочь покрыть первоначальные расходы;
  • иметь возможность получить медицинскую страховку на время своего пребывания в Канаде (участникам, возможно, придется представить доказательство наличия этой страховки в пункте въезда в Канаду);
  • иметь право на въезд в Канаду;
  • иметь перед отъездом билет в оба конца или финансовые ресурсы для покупки обратного билета в конце своего официального пребывания в Канаде,
  • не сопровождаться лицами, находящимися на иждивении; а также
  • оплатить соответствующие сборы.

Обратите внимание, что конкретный возраст и требования к кандидату могут отличаться в разных странах.

Изменения IECв 2015/16 учебном году

Некоторые значительные изменения в программе IECи ее подкатегориях вступили в силу в 2015/16 гг. Если говорить вкратце, программа перешла от модели «Первым прибыл – первымобслужен» (first-come, first-served) к модели «Выражение интереса – Приглашениеподать заявку (Expression of Interest / Invitation to Apply)». Подходящие кандидаты могут создать свой профиль на IEC, но должны получить Приглашение на подачу заявки (ITA) до того,как они смогут подать саму заявку.

Ниже вы можете ознакомиться спошаговойинструкцией, описывающей, что нужно сделать для того, чтобызарегистрироваться в программе IEC:

  • Заполните анкету «Приезжайте в Канаду» и, если это возможно, получите персональный код ссылки.
  • Используйте этот код для создания учетной записи My CIC.
  • Выполните оставшиеся шаги по созданию профиля IEC, воспользовавшись формой-шаблоном.
  • Подайте информациюдля включения в ваш профиль и выберите пулы IEC, в которых вы бы хотели участвовать.
  • Если вы получите приглашение для подачи заявки через My CIC, у вас будет 10 дней, в течение которых вы можете начать процесс подачи заявления или отклонить полученное приглашение. Если вы принимаете предложение, нажмите кнопку «Запустить приложение» в своей учетной записи MyCIC, чтобы запустить процесс подачи заявления на получение разрешения на работу.
  • После того, как вы нажмете кнопку «Запустить приложение» в My CIC, у вас будет 20 дней для заполнения документов, оплаты сбора и подачи заявления на получение разрешения на работу, независимо от того, в какой день после принятия решения о том, что вы принимаете предложение, вы начнете процесс их заполнения– в первый день или на 10.
  • Категории «Молодой специалист» и «Международное сотрудничество»: до истечения 20-дневного срока ваш работодатель должен заплатить сбор в размере 230 долларов через Портал Работодателя (Employer Portal). Попросите вашего работодателя выслать вам номер предложения о трудоустройстве, который он/она получит после уплаты причитающихся сборов. Вам этот номер будет нужен для подачи заявления на получение разрешения на работу.)
  • Загрузите на портал все подтверждающие документы, в том числе полис и медицинские справки, если это применимо (если у вас нет подтверждающих документов, вы можете загрузить доказательство того, что вы подали заявление на медицинское обследование и что был отправлен запрос на получение справки из полиции).
  • Оплатите взнос в размере CAD$150 с помощью кредитной карты через онлайн-систему оплаты в My CIC.
  • (Категория Рабочего каникулы: одновременно внесите плату за открытое разрешение на работу в размере CAD $100).
  • На данный моментДепартамент по вопросам эмиграции, беженцев и гражданства правительства Канады(Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, IRC), ранее Департамент по вопросам гражданства и иммиграции (Citizenship and Immigration Canada, или CIC) начинает оценку заявок на временную работу. IRC может попросить вас предоставить дополнительные документы. Это – последнийшанс выйти из IEC и получить возмещение.
  • Если заявка будет успешной, письмо-представление (LOI) будет отправлено на вашу учетную запись My CIC. Официальное название документа –«Пункт въезда (POE) Письмо-представление.

Это письмо должно быть представлено по прибытии в пункте въезда в Канаду(например, в международном аэропорту), после чего может быть получено разрешение на работу.

Обзор IEC на 2015/16

Срок действия каждого типа визы указывается в трех центральных колонках и зависит от гражданства заявителя, а также от типа визы, на которыйбыла подана заявка.

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION

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Canada’s Express Entry program is now considered the best international immigration program in the world. There are many reasons which make this true. If you want to or have been thinking of applying for immigration to Canada, then this is the best time to do so. On this page, we are going to explore all the things associated with making an application for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry program. Let us first take a look at the reasons for why the Express Entry program has gained such prominence in the world of international immigration:

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  • Firstly, the Express Entry program is by far the fastest immigration program in the world. Applicants with the right credentials and the right paperwork can move to Canada with PR visas within 1 year. No other immigration program in the world can offer this to immigration applicants.
  • Secondly, the Express Entry program has been simplified to allow for smoother processing of applications and getting of working professionals in to Canada.
  • Third, there is no initial cost involved with making the application. So, you can actually try your luck in moving to Canada and getting selected for immigration to any of its provinces without spending a single paisa.
  • Fourth, the IRCC has expanded its immigration drive to allow more and more people to come into Canada and start working as professionals in its growing economy. It plans to get as many as 1 million people into the country by 2020, out of which over 565,000 will be through the Express Entry program.
  • Fifth, Canada has a very large expat community and a healthy part of its gross provincial and national revenue is generated because of the efforts of immigrants. That is why there are virtually no inc >Important: Canada Immigration New Rules 2020

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Now that we have a basic understanding of the benefits of making an immigration application to Canada, let us take a look at the process by which you can apply for immigration to Canada even without a job offer.

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The Express Entry program has three basic streams – Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW), Federal Skilled Trades Program (FST) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Out of these three, the Federal Skilled Worker Program or FSW is the most popular and has further been divided into 2 streams. The first is the regular Express Entry stream and the second is the Occupation in-Demand stream. The second stream was devised to allow more people to enter Canada and help the Canadian economy grow by allow those people to enter into the country who had the necessary skills and abilities to positively impact the economy.

Also, recent changes have been made to the Express Entry program which has resulted in the Occupation in-Demand stream gaining a lot of popularity. Earlier, the IRCC awarded as many as 600 CRS points to applicants who had a valid job offer from a Canadian employer. Because of this, most of the ITAs issued within any given draw got reserved for professionals with jobs. Now, these points have been reduced to between 50 to 200 CRS points depending upon the nature of the job and the requirement in local provinces within Canada. This has resulted in more OID applicants getting the chance to move to Canada because the system has become more competitive and OID applicants now have an equal chance of moving to the country.

Now that we have enough background on the issue, let us take a step-wise look at how you can make your Canada immigration application without a job offer, get selected and finally move to the country with you and your family:

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    Create an Express Entry Profile

The first thing you need to do is to create an Express Entry profile. For this, you will need to go to the IRCC website and fill out the Express Entry form. You will need to provide specific details about yourself like age, language ability, education, work experience etc. Make sure all the information you provide is correct and can be verified with documents. If there is any discrepancy in the records then this might result in a disqualification. Also, you will need to specify which province in Canada you want to move to. Make sure the province you specify has many vacancies and requirements for your particular job orientation.

The Express Entry Job Pool has been designed to help international immigration applicants find jobs in Canada. Once you make your Express Entry profile, it will automatically be included in the Express Entry job pool. Provinces which have an acute requirement for professionals from your line of work and cannot hire any persons from within Canada itself usually look for people who they can help bring into the country to fill up their vacancies. So, you might get approached by a company to work for them and they might even file paperwork from their end to bring you into the country.

Another great way of ensuring immigration through the OiD stream is to apply for a Provincial Nomination. First, select the province that you want to go to. Second, check to see if your job is in high demand in the provinces. If it is, then go ahead and apply for immigration to the province through the OiD stream of that province. You will need to go online and create a profile with the correct info just like you did for Express Entry. After you have made the profile and verified the info, the authorities will then give you a Provincial Nomination which will virtually guarantee your immigration.

The Express Entry draws are held every 15 days or so. After you have completed your profile and have had it verified, if the IRCC or provincial authorities find your skills worth recruiting, you will get an ITA or Invitation to Apply. If you do not get an ITA, then it would be wise to consult an immigration expert like Nationwide Immigration to find out where you are lacking and how you can ensure selection. If you already have a Provincial Nomination, then you are bound to get selected so don’t worry.

After you get the ITA, apply for the PR visa with the IRCC. You will need to do this within 90 days of getting the ITA. After you get the PR visa, you will have another year to move to Canada. Please note that you will have to pay to get the visa issued and the usual cost for the principal applicant is around 490 CAD. If you have family members going along with you, then they are also going to need a PR visa and this would require extra expenses. We suggest you consult us to know exactly how much money you will need to get the job done. Also, since you will be moving to Canada through the Occupation in-Demand category, you will need to show that you have enough money to support yourself and your family for at least 3 months in Canada while you look for a job. This money has to be liability free and available in liquid currency. For more details, please contact us at Nationwide Immigration.

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So, now you know that moving to Canada without a job offer is possible, but it has many aspects involved in it. Many people fail to get the ITA after many tries and waste valuable time and money. To avoid this problem, we suggest you talk to us. We at Nationwide Immigration are among the best Canada immigration service providers in India. With over 10,000 successful immigrations under our belt and a wide network of contacts in Canada, we can help you move there with ease, find a good job and help you settle down for good in one of the best countries in the world. You can also opt for more specific services like documentation, rejection case analysis, job search etc. that will help you move to Canada as quickly as possible. Contact us today to get started on making your Canada immigration dream come true!

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