IMMIGRATION & RELOCATING TO CANADA: HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
There’s more than one way to immigrate to Canada. Specifically, do you want to go to school and train for a career to work? Do you have family in Canada? You need to find the immigration path that’s best for you, and here at Cambria College, we want to help.
Here’s an outline of Canada’s Immigration Programs:
- If you are a skilled worker or professional consider applying to immigrate as a Federal Skilled Worker or Provincial Nominee.
- If you are a skilled tradesperson consider applying to immigrate as a Federal Skilled Tradesperson.
- If you are a person with a confirmed job offer consider applying as a Temporary Foreign Worker.
- If you are an experienced entrepreneur or investor consider applying for a Start-up Visa.
- If you are a person with work/study experience consider applying as a Canadian Experience Class Candidate.
- If you are a student consider applying for a Study Permit.
- Are you self-employed? Consider applying as a Self Employed Person.
- If you have a relative living in Canada try applying to be a Sponsored Family Member.
- If you are a refugee seeking protection apply for Refugee Status.
*Each of these programs has strict requirements and its own application process. Click the links above to learn more about what’s involved.*
While many people are able to apply on their own, some find it easier to get help from a qualified immigration consultant or lawyer. At Cambria College, we’re happy to refer you to one of our most trusted consultants. Contact us if you need help.
Do you want to extend your current work or study permit? Learn how to stay in Canada after you graduate.
Canada provides free public education to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents from kindergarten until they complete secondary school (typically at age 18).
If you have a valid Canadian work permit, Canadian Immigration should issue your children a permit that will allow them to register in public school for free.
If you arrive in Canada without a permanent resident card or a work permit, you will have to apply for a study permit for your children, who would be classified as “international students.” Your child could attend public school, but you’d have to pay tuition -- and that tuition could be nearly as much as you’d pay at a private school (ie: very expensive).
Immigrating is a challenging process and we know there is a lot to learn. If you want to study with us at Cambria College and have questions about immigrating to Canada we are more than happy to help! Please feel free to contact us to learn more: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-778-265-7547 (Monday to Friday).