BC PNP (Inside or Outside Canada Applicants) ADMIRE IMMIGRATION SERVICES INC.
Candidates Inside or Outside Canada can apply: 1) Age: No bar 2) Education: Atleast Grade 12 3) Genuine Job offer from eligible BC employer Inside Canada Applicants: - Less than 6 band in IELTS or without IELTS also possible for (NOC 0 & A jobs) - Experience not mandatory Outside Canada Applicants: - Atleast 6 band in IELTS if applying under Express Entry - 2 years direct experience in last 5 years Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Child care Provider Pilot (NOC: 4411), Home Support Worker Pilot (NOC: 4412)
Home Child care Provider Pilot (NOC: 4411) Home Support Worker Pilot (NOC: 4412) NO LMIA required Only Job offer required Total 5500 applications from all over world including inside Canada applications.(Every year till 2024) 2750 applications for HCCP & 2750 applications for HSWP Requirements: 1) Age between 20 to 49 years 2) Atleast 1 year of education after Grade 12 required (ECA required) 3) IELTS equivalent to CLB 5 4) Relevant caregiver training & experience required. You can apply for work permit & PR: 1) If you have NO canadian experience as Caregiver 2) Less than 2 years of Canadian experience as Caregive 3) 2 years of Canadian experience as Caregiver - Caregiver will get occupation specific work permit, which means caregiver can change employer after landing if needed. - Spouse will get open work permit - Children will get visitor visa or study permit - Students & workers in Canada can apply for workpermit based on LMIA Contact: ADMIRE IMMIGRATION SERVICES INC. Director is member of ICCRC with experience of 20 years. Email: email@example.com Canada office: +1-778-683-3008 (Whatsapp) India office: +91-98550-56207 & +91-98142-53486 (Whatsapp)
BC PNP- Express Entry- Skilled Worker
- You should have received an Express Entry Profile Number and a Job Seeker Validation Code - You have accepted a full-time, indeterminate job offer - You should have at least two (2) years of directly related work experience - You should meet minimum language requirements (IELTS-GT or CELPIP) - You should have a wage offer in line with B.C. wage rates for the occupation #bcpnp #EEskilledworker #ICCRC #RCIC #FSWP #FSTP #CEC
(BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration– Base Category)
BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration– Base Category Net worth : At least $600,000 Investment : Minimum $200,000 (More the better) Do business anywhere in British Columbia Fees : Registration: $300 , Application: $3,500 Work permit with family , Arrive, Build business, Get nominated, PR with family
ADMIRE IMMIGRATION SERVICES INC. - Intra Company Transfer Program
Intra Company Transfer Program The intra-company category permits international companies to temporarily transfer qualified employees to Canada. Qualified intra-company transferees require work permits and are exempted from LMIA under paragraph R205(a) (exemption code C12)
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Understanding the Canadian Language Benchmarks
The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) standard is a descriptive scale of language ability in English as a second language (ESL). The CLB provides a common national framework for describing and measuring the communicative ability of ESL learners, and is the foundation for Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) classes funded by the Settlement Program of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The CLB framework serves as a national standard for developing ESL course content and resources that can be shared across Canada. For more information, visit the Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks website at https://www.language.ca or the IRCC website at https://www.canada.ca/immigration. Find answers to your questions on social media: Facebook: Canadian Immigration and Citizenship https://www.facebook.com/CitCanada Twitter : @CitImmCanada https://twitter.com/CitImmCanada
Before You Arrive in Canada
This video will help you get ready for your new life in Canada. It will explain some of the things you should do before you leave your country of origin to make sure you are prepared when you arrive in Canada. Topics include learning English and French, gathering official documents, getting ready to find work, Canada's health and education systems and much more. For more information about starting your life in Canada, visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/residents/new_immigrants.asp. A transcript of this video is available at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/multimedia/video/settlement/before.asp
Your First Two Weeks in Canada
This video will help you get ready for your new life in Canada. It will explain some of the things you should do during your first two weeks in Canada to help make the transition easier. A transcript of this video is available at https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/video/your-first-two-weeks-canada.html. Follow us on social media: Twitter: @CitImmCanada (https://twitter.com/CitImmCanada) Facebook: Canadian Immigration and Citizenship (https://www.facebook.com/CitCanada )
Permanent Resident Card
Learn about the permanent resident card (PR card), the official proof of immigration status for all permanent residents of Canada. Permanent residents should apply for a new card six months before their card will expire. If you plan to travel outside the country and return to Canada on a commercial vehicle like a train or airplane, you must have a valid PR card. To learn how to apply for a new card, please visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/prcard To learn more about the permanent resident card, including how to get a PR card and how to replace a lost or missing PR card, visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/results-by-topic.asp?t=10&utm_source=youtube-vid-eng&utm_medium=youtube&utm_campaign=generic&utm_content=pr-card. Closed captioning for this video, along with a transcript and downloadable versions, is available at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/multimedia/video/pr-card/pr-card.asp?utm_source=youtube-vid-eng&utm_medium=youtube&utm_campaign=generic
Settlement Services for Newcomers to Canada
Did you know?: Newcomers to Canada have access to a variety of services to help settle into their new home. Find the information you need as you start your life in Canada: http://www.canada.ca/newcomerservices Follow us on social media for more content like this: Facebook: Canadian Immigration and Citizenship https://www.facebook.com/CitCanada Twitter : @CitImmCanada https://twitter.com/CitImmCanada A transcript of this video is available at: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/video/settlement-services-newcomers.html
Language training options for newcomers to Canada
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Settlement Program helps newcomers to Canada improve their skills in one or both of Canada’s official languages – English and French. This video provides newcomers with an overview of the language training options available in Canada through IRCC’s Settlement Program, including formal language training, employment-related language training, and informal language learning. For more information, and to register for the option that is best for you, visit: http://canada.ca/newcomerservices. Find answers to your questions on social media: Facebook: Canadian Immigration and Citizenship https://www.facebook.com/CitCanada Twitter : @CitImmCanada https://twitter.com/CitImmCanada
Welcome to Canada: Finding a home
Useful tips to find a comfortable, safe and affordable home for your family. Visit http://ow.ly/4n5i85 for renting and buying information in 8 languages. We are the Government of Canada's national housing agency and the go-to resource to better help you settle in Canada.
Renting a home ENGLISH
For most newcomers, your first home will likely be a rented house or apartment. Renting a home should provide you with a safe place where you can begin to adjust to your new life in Canada. It can also give you the time to look for a home to buy without feeling pressured into making a quick decision. http://www.cmhc.ca/newcomers/
New to Canada? Learn about taxes.
Are you a newcomer to Canada? This video shows newcomers how the Canadian tax system works and what Canada does with the taxes we pay. It also gives a quick overview of why a newcomer should file, where to get help when filing taxes, and the resources available so you can learn to prepare and file taxes yourself. Go to http://cra.gc.ca/newcomers to learn more.