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Canada offers over 60 different immigration programs and pathways for individuals looking to immigrate to Canada. To maximize your chances of success, it is important to choose the right program and put together a strong application. With decades of combined immigration experience, the Bright Immigration team have experienced incredibly complexed cases. We’ll be with you every step of the way to realize your Canadian dreams.

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Express Entry

Canada is always looking for qualified candidates with the right skills, knowledge, and expertise . Under the Express Entry system, there are three primary programs. Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) and the Federal Skilled Trades (FST).

The CEC program is for those who have secured at least 1-year of Canadian work experience in a skilled occupation(s) may qualify for this program. This program like the others, sometimes have invitations and scores specific for this program.

Federal Skilled Worker program, more commonly known as the FSW program is geared for those who are outside of Canada. This program provides a wonderful opportuninty for people to immigrate directly to Canada!

The third program is the “Federal Skilled Trade” class where individuals who apply for permanent residence are assessed through the point system however, tends to have the lowest score requirements. They belong to a designated skill trade group such as industrial, electrical, construction, technical occupations, natural resource, agriculture, and manufacturing. Individuals belonging to these skill trade groups may be chosen for permanent residence, depending on the needs of the Canadian labour force.

Bright Immigration will identify which of these programs you may qualify for. We’ll help you put together the required application to obtain permanent residency status within 6 months through Canada’s Express Entry program. Contact us for a consultation today!

Eligibility Requirements:

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Canadian Experience Class – Express Entry

  • Have at least 1-year full-time work or 2-year part-time work experience in a skilled occupation.

  • Meet the minimum language requirements in English, French or both.

  • Must of obtain work experience while legally authorized to work in Canada.

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Federal Skilled Workers – Express Entry

  • Meet the minimum language requirements in English, French or both.
  • Possess at least 2 years of full-time work experience in a skilled trade within the past 5 years.
  • Meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as prescribed by the National Occupation Classification.
  • Have a valid job offer of full-time employment for at least 1 year OR a certificate of qualification in that skilled trade.

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Federal Skilled Trades – Express Entry
  • Meet the minimum language requirements in English, French or both.

  • Possess at least 2 years of full-time work experience in a skilled trade within the past 5 years.

  • Meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as prescribed by the National Occupation Classification.

  • Have a valid job offer of full-time employment for at least 1 year OR a certificate of qualification in that skilled trade.

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

The Provincial Nominee Program provides an alternative method to Canadian immigration for individuals who qualify as a skilled worker and wish to settle and gain permanent status in one of Canada’s provinces.  The PNP allows provinces and territories to nominate foreign nationals to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

Get in touch with us to see how Bright Immigration can secure a certificate of nomination for you.  We can also assist you with the supporting documentation, including status and marriage documents, language test results, medical examinations, and police clearance reports. Our company was built on offering economic class Immigration services and this is still very much a core function of Bright Immigration today.  Contact us today and see how we can kickstart your immigration journey!

Caregivers

Are you interested in working as a babysitter, nanny, child-care live in, parent’s helper, home support worker, or housekeeper? If so, this program may be right for you. The caregiver program is a viable pathway for individuals looking to immigrate and work in Canada as a caregiver. There are several different streams in this general program including the Home Child are Program and the Home Support Worker Program. Contact Bright Immigration today to learn more about these avenues and find out if you qualify for this program.

Agri-Food Pilot Program

In an effort to address the labour needs of the Canadian agri-food sector, Canada has launched the Agri-Food Pilot program. This pilot program provides a way for experienced, non-seasonal workers in the agri-food sector to work towards permanent residence. If you have work experience in the agri-food sector and are interested in pursuing Canadian permanent residency, contact us today to explore your pathways into Canada.

Eligibility Requirements:

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Eligible Canadian work experience in a relevant industry.
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Meet the language requirements.

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Meet the educational requirements.

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Have the necessary settlement funds.

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A job offer from a Canadian employer in an eligible industry; the job must be full-time and non-seasonal.

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Maintain temporary resident status, if already in Canada.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program was introduced to assist foreign skilled workers work and settle in the Atlantic provinces of Canada. This program is also useful for international graduates wishing to stay and settle in Atlantic Canada after graduation. There are 3 different programs in this pilot:

  1. Atlantic International Graduate Program
  2. Atlantic High-Skilled Program
  3. Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program

Contact Bright Immigration today and find out which one of these programs you qualify for!

Eligibility Requirements:

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Atlantic International Graduate Program
  1. Have a degree, diploma or other credential from a publicly funded institution in one of the Atlantic provinces.
  2. Have lived in an Atlantic province for 16 of the last 24 months, before getting your degree, diploma or credential.
  3. Prove your English or French communication skills through a formal language test.
  4. Prove your ability to support yourself and your family when you come to Canada.
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Atlantic High-Skilled Program

  1. Have at least 1 year of work experience in a management, professional, or technical/skilled job.
  2. Have a Canadian high school diploma or equivalent education.
  3. Prove your English or French communication skills through a formal language test.
  4. Prove your ability to support yourself and your family when you come to Canada.
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Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program
  1. Have at least 1 year of work experience in a job that requires a high school education and/or job-specific training for at least a year.
  2. Have a Canadian high school diploma or equivalent education.
  3. Prove your English or French communication skills through a formal language test.
  4. Prove your ability to support yourself and your family when you come to Canada.

Self-Employed

Self-employed individuals looking to immigrate to Canada permanently can use the Self-employed Persons Program as a pathway towards permanent residence. To qualify for this program, you must be self-employed and have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics.  You must also be capable of making a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada. If you are a self-employed person looking to make Canada their permanent home, contact Bright Immigration to learn about your next steps and kickstart your immigration journey!

Eligibility Requirements:

01

Have relevant work experience.

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Capable of self-employment in Canada.

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Meet the selection criteria of the program.

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Meet several other conditions including medical, security, etc.

RURAL AND NORTHERN PILOT PROGRAM

The Rural and Norther Pilot program is a community driven program to assist communities located in rural and northern Canada to attract immigrants. Communities can recommend you for this program which could result in direct permanent residency.

Eligibility Requirements:

01

Have an eligible job offer with one of the participating

communities.

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Obtain a recommendation from one of the participating

communities.

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Meet the minimum language requirements in English, French

or both.

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Have enough funds to settle in Canada.