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Immigration PPT

  1. 1. IMMIGRATION TO CANADA P R E S E N T E D B Y VERDANT GLOBAL CAREER
  2. 2. PROFILE OF OUR FIRM  Verdant Global Career, provide global resettlement solutions, which has diversified & has spread its roots in immigration, settlement, placement, strategic business consultancy, making arrangements for entry visas, job opportunities, international relocation, as well as enrolment at global institutions for Higher Education & Global Recruitment (International &National). We provide end-to end visa application and immigration services. We have a team of trained experts who possess in-depth knowledge of immigration rules, pertaining to different countries in the world, including Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, USA and many more. Our main aim is to delight our clients by offering world-class services and solutions. Verdant global career treats all our valuable clients with a high degree of professionalism, consideration and tailored individualism.
  3. 3. WHY CHOOSE CANADA?  Large landmass, abundant natural resources & small population  Democratic, open society  Multicultural population welcoming to newcomers  Well developed infrastructure, health, educational and other systems  Highly industrialized, vibrant economy with many opportunities for skilled workers & business persons
  4. 4. CANADA IMMIGRATION
  5. 5. CANADA IMMIGRATION
  6. 6. CANADA IMMIGRATION
  7. 7. MAJOR BENEFITS OF PR
  8. 8. CANADA IMMIGRATION STRUCTURE Permanent Immigration Temporary Visa Family Class Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Entrepreneur Self-employedInvestors Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program Work permits NOT required WP required, HRDC not required WP & HRDC required Visitor Student Work-Permit Temporary Visa Online Presentation CLICK HERE
  9. 9. FAMILY CLASS Permanent Immigration Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Investors Entrepreneur Self-employed Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program
  10. 10. FAMILY CLASS If you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent resident of Canada, over the age of 18, residing in Canada and HAVE THE NECESSARY INCOME IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS and you are ready to give under taking to provide for their basic requirement, you can sponsor your: • Parents, Grand parents, adopted children and • Orphan brother or sister, nephew, niece, grandchildren who is under 18 and not married. • When you sponsor your parents you can sponsor your brother and sister who are under age of 22 or over 22 but they are in full time education at the university or over 22 but financially dependent on your parents due to physical problem.
  11. 11. FAMILY CLASS • If you are in default of previous sponsorship, have deportation order against you, you are in prison, un- discharged bankrupt, convicted of sexual or serious criminal offences – you can not sponsor your family members. • The sponsor in Canada makes the first sponsorship application and once the application is approved in Canada, an immigration application has to be made to the visa office abroad.
  12. 12. FAMILY CLASS – SPOUSE SPONSORSHIP  If you Canadian Citizen or Permanent resident of Canada, over the age of 18, residing in Canada and you are ready to give under taking to provide for their basic requirement, you can sponsor your:  Spouse, common-law or conjugal partner who has no dependent children.  Sponsor is not required to show any financial ability.
  13. 13. FAMILY CLASS – SPOUSE SPONSORSHIP  If you are in default of previous sponsorship, have deportation order against you, you are in prison, un- discharged bankrupt, convicted of sexual or serious criminal offences – you can not sponsor your family members.  First sponsorship application is made by sponsor in Canada and on approval of the same immigration application is to be made to the visa office abroad.  If Canadian citizen living out side Canada the sponsorship is viable provided the couple intends to stay in Canada after obtaining immigration visa for the foreign spouse.  Under the new IRPA and Regulations sponsor can make application for sponsorship within Canada while foreign spouse is on temporary status in Canada.
  14. 14. ECONOMIC CLASS Permanent Immigration Family Class Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Investors Entrepreneur Self-employed Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program
  15. 15. FEDERAL PROGRAM Permanent Immigration Family Class Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Investors Entrepreneur Self-employed Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program
  16. 16. FEDERAL IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS  All occupations which require post secondary education can qualify with skill level 0, A & B on NOC  Passing points – 67 out of 100  Criteria: Education, Age, Language, Experience, Job Offer and Adaptability (spouse’s education, relatives in Canada, Canadian education and work experience)  Language Test – IELTS for English & TEF for French – exemption possible in certain cases  Dependants 22 years and under can accompany the applicant
  17. 17. FEDERAL IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS  Necessary proof of funds are generally $11,931 Canadian Dollars for the applicant and $3500 Canadian Dollars for each additional member of the family.  Medical examination and background screening are required.  Applications must be processed from the country in which the applicant resides.  Under the new rules applications may no longer be transferred from one visa office to another.  Processing time is dependant on the current volume in the visa office.
  18. 18. FEDERAL PROGRAM Family Class Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Investors Entrepreneur Self-employed Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program Permanent Immigration
  19. 19. ENTREPRENEUR CLASS  Net assets ( Not cash)of $300,000 CD obtained legally  Loan cannot be taken to show Net worth, but is available to start a business in Canada  2 -3 years of business management experience in own business.  Has a viable business plan to start new/run existing business, employ two persons, manage business within 3 years of arrival in Canada  No language or education requirement  Every province in Canada, except province of Ontario, has its own business immigration program which needs less capital.
  20. 20. INVESTOR CLASS  Not required to start a business in Canada.  Net worth of $800,000 CD obtained legally  2 years of business experience or executive experience (ownership of business not necessary)  Deposit $400,000 CD for 5 years at no interest OR  Take a loan of $400,000 CD and pay interest of $120,000 CD ONLY AFTER APPROVAL OF APPLICTAION  No language or education requirement  Extensive application and presentation documentation
  21. 21. SELF EMPLOYED  FARMERS – CULTURAL – ATHLETIC  Assets of $300,000 CD or greater  2 years of farm management experience  Ready and willing to purchase a farm in Canada and manage and operate it  Should support family through farming activity  Participated at the world class level in culture or athletic activity.  Under the Quebec Self Employed class any occupation in which person can be self employed and employ himself in Quebec can qualify for immigration to Canada provided he has also net assets of $100,000 CD.
  22. 22. PROVINCIAL NOMINEE Permanent Immigration Family Class Economic Class Refugee Class Skilled workers Business Investors Entrepreneur Self-employed Skilled workers Provincial Nominee Federal Program
  23. 23. QUEBEC IMMIGRATION PROGRAM  Any professionals and skilled workers on NOC with skill level of O, A, B and C can apply.  Quick processing of the application.  Must have knowledge of French language – Speaking and comprehension at intermediate level.
  24. 24. QUEBEC IMMIGRATION PROGRAM  Criteria: Age, Qualifications, French & English Language, experience, Spouse’s education experience and French language, Number of children, proof of funds etc.  Two step application process  Final visa issued by Canadian government and can stay anywhere in Canada.
  25. 25. MANITOBA IMMIGRATION & PNP PROGRAMS  Manitoba, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan program:  Occupation must be on the occupation Demand list  Must have a permanent job offer from that province (for Manitoba, a relative staying in the province can help to qualify)
  26. 26. MANITOBA IMMIGRATION & PNP PROGRAMS  Criteria: Age, Education, Demand of occupation, Job offer, Experience, Language, Adaptability, Proof of fund, etc.  Passing Points: MB – 55/105, SK – 60/100, NF – 40/100, NB – 50/83  For the province of British Columbia, Alberta, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia occupation must in the priority industry.
  27. 27. HOW CAN I GET INFORMATION ABOUT IMMIGRATING TO CANADA? Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC) Website: www.cic.gc.ca  General information  Application Kits  Fee Schedules  CIC Publications  Links to Related Sites
  28. 28. HOW DO I APPLY FOR AN IMMIGRANT VISA?  Application kits in Adobe PDF format can be collected from our office premises.  Kits may also be requested in writing or by Email to: Verdant Global Career # 15 / 22, Lawyer Jagannathan Street, Guindy Road, Chennai – 600 032. Email : enquiry@verdantcareer.com
  29. 29. WHAT IS THE PROCESS?  Step 1: Start ECA process i.e. credential assessment from Canadian Authorities. ECA get’s approved in 1-2 months time. Simultaneously start your IELTS  Step 2: Visa documentation and apply for Visa & PR Approval duration 4 - 6 months time.  So, it will take around 8 - 10 months to get PR Visa  Services: Simultaneously, along with your coordination & cooperation, we do interview arrangements
  30. 30. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?  Routine application may take up to 12 months  Supporting documents must be gathered  Submission of complete application up front may save processing time!  An interview may be required  Medical examinations are required  Police clearance certificates from all places of residence in the last ten years
  31. 31. WHAT IS THE POINT SYSTEM?  Skilled workers (“Independents”) must qualify on a point system  Assessment grid contains 10 items for which points are awarded  Qualifying mark is 70 points  “Assisted relatives” need only 65 points  Need to have brother, sister, mother, father, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew who is a permanent resident or Canadian citizen living in Canada  Key to qualification is training and experience in an occupation on “Open Occupations List”
  32. 32. DO YOU QUALIFY? THE POINT SYSTEM Age Experience Arranged Employment Education English (IELTS) French Spouse (IELTS) Sponsor Max. 12 (ages 18-47) Max. 15 Max. 05 Max. 25 Max. 24 Max. 4 Max. 5 Max. 5
  33. 33. OUR PROCESS OF FILE Verdant Global Career provides services for the entire process of filing the necessary documentation 1. Assessment of Applicant 2. Retainer Agreement and Deposit to start file 3. Letter stating list of documents 4. Preparation of file and processing 5. Submission of file 6. Communication with Canadian government 7. Interview preparation 8. Full post landing services
  34. 34. CONTACT INFORMATION Verdant Global Career # 15 / 22, Lawyer Jagannathan Street, Guindy Road, Chennai – 600 032. Telephone – +91 44 4265 9119 / +91 7418019119 E-mail:- enquiry@verdantcareer.com Website:- www.verdantcareer.com
  35. 35. QUESTIONS? For more details contact us: Verdant Global Career #15 / 22, Lawyer Jagannathan Street Guindy Road, Chennai – 600 032 Call us : +91 4442659119 / +91 7418019119 Email us:- enquiry@verdantcareer.com Website:- www.verdantcareer.com

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