Immigrating to Canada permanently is an exciting opportunity. However, there are several things you should consider before you apply to be a permanent resident.
If you want to immigrate to Canada, there are over 60 different programs to apply for. Our Immigration Consultant will assist you to decide which immigration program will work best for you and your family.

Determine your eligibility

Freelance Travels will also guide you to find out which program you might be eligible for, and what can make you inadmissible to Canada. Some programs that are available in Canada
See the requirements and the steps to apply in each category:

  1. Federal skilled workers: For people who want to settle and work in Canada (outside of Quebec)
  2. Skilled trades: For people who want to immigrate based on being qualified in a skilled trade.
  3. Quebec-selected skilled workers: For people selected by the Quebec government to settle and work in Quebec
  4. Canadian Experience Class: For people who have recent Canadian work experience or have graduated and recently worked in Canada
  5. Investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed people: For people who want to start a business in Canada
  6. Provincial nominees: One of Canada’s provinces or territories can nominate you to settle and work there
  7. Sponsoring your family: How to sponsor a family member to join you here if you are a permanent resident or a Canadian citizen
  8. Live-in caregivers: For individuals who are qualified to provide care for children, elderly persons or persons with disabilities in private homes without supervision
  9. Refugees: For people in or outside Canada who fear to return to their home country

Prepare for life in Canada

Get to know Canada and find out what you need to do before you arrive.

Dear Valued Visa Applicant, Nigerians are not eligible to take part in the current Diversity Immigrant Visa program (DV2015) Reason: Nigeria has sent to the US over 50,000 immigrants in the last five years, therefore according to US immigration law; Nigeria is no longer a low immigrant country. The visas are distributed among six geographic regions, with a greater number of visas going to regions with lower rates of immigration, and with no visas going to nationals of countries sending more than 50,000 immigrants to the United States over the period of the past five years. Within each region, no single country may receive more than seven percent of the available DVs in any one year. However, a new immigration law is already in the making. Soon, we are likely to have a brand new US immigration law which will no longer include visa lottery. The US Congress, as well as the Senate, have concluded debates on the new immigration law but they are to harmonize the two acts of the parliaments before sending the new act to President of the United state for his signature. For DV 2015, natives of the following countries are not eligible to apply, because more than 50,000 natives of these countries immigrated to the United States in the previous five years: Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China (mainland-born), Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories, and Vietnam.

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