Canada is a multicultural country that receives thousands of immigrants every year. Canada offers several immigration programs, such as the following:

Express Entry (“EE”):

Is an electronic management system that the Canadian government uses to select candidates who qualify for one of the following permanent residency programs: Canadian Experience Class; Federal Skilled Worker; Federal Skilled Trades, and some provincial programs that are aligned with EE.

Applicants who meet the requirements to participate in one of these programs are eligible to create an online Express Entry profile where they will receive points according to several factors such as:

• Age
• Knowledge of English or French
• Educational level
• Qualified experience in Canada or abroad


Each province in Canada has its own immigration programs designed to meet the specific needs of the province. Generally, provincial programs, called PNPs, have their own requirements and focus on candidates who already have a work or study experience, for example, with a particular province.

PNPs have been a great option for those applicants who do not have sufficient points to receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence (ITA) through Express Entry.


The Canadian Government recognizes the importance of the family and has therefore made available some immigration programs aimed to reunite families

If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you can bring some of your family members to Canada, such as your parents and grandparents, spouses and children.

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