Canada Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

Canada Immigration is the best choice you can really make, if the quality of life is something occupying your thoughts. Commended as a multicultural nation, Canada is highly valued in terms of being applauded as an eminent immigration destination. A democratic country in itself, the nation offers equal rights and freedoms to its people an aspect which is secured by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This ensures ample civil, mobility, democratic, legal, equality, language and political rights to people living in the country, on a legal basis.

Canada immigration - Occupations & Salaries

Occupation Salary (CAD)
Nurse & General Physicians 89,000 CAD PA
Electronics Engineers 87,000 CAD PA
Telecommunication Engineers 87,000 CAD PA
Electrical Engineers 87,000 CAD PA
Senior Managers 85,000 CAD PA
Civil Engineers 83,000 CAD PA
HR Professionals 81,000 CAD PA
Chemical & Material Engineers 77,000 CAD PA
IT Professionals 75,000 CAD PA
Industrial Engineers 68,000 CAD PA
Mechanical Engineers 68,000 CAD PA
Production Engineers 68,000 CAD PA
Accountants 66,000 CAD PA
Admin Managers & Supervisors 58,000 CAD PA
School Teachers 53,000 CAD PA
Restaurant Managers & Supervisors 32,000 CAD PA
Chefs & Cooks 32,000 CAD PA

Canada Immigration Offers :

The CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) has launched an immigrant-friendly immigration programs to let skilled and quality immigrants come to their country. Below are these programs as listed:

  • Skilled immigrant (Express Entry) Program
  • Canadian Experience Class Program
  • Start-up Visa Program
  • Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program
  • Family Sponsorship Program
  • Provincial nominees Program
  • Visitor Visas For Canada Immigration

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Canada PR & Canada Immigration for Skilled Workers is points based. You need to score 67 out of 100 points in factors like age, qualification, work experience, occupation & language. The Canada Immigration Process is simple & straight forward if you meet the eligibility criteria for Canada Points System and your documentation is accurate & complete. Process time for Canada Immigration is generally 6-12 months. PR is granted for applicant, spouse & children. After PR is granted you can sponsor your parents, grandparents, siblings & cousins.

The skilled worker category is intended for people with high level of skills and experience which can be economically recognized in Canada. Skilled workers can apply for permanent residency and should qualify based on their education, work experience, knowledge of English and/or French, and other criteria.


Canada PR Federal skilled worker visa is designed for professionals with the qualifications, skills or experiences to fill Canada's skill shortages and contribute to the Canadian economy. Applicants for this visa must demonstrate that they meet the minimum visa requirement which includes having work experience; one year of which should be in a designated occupation, a job offer from a Canadian employer, or be a foreign worker or student currently living in Canada. Additionally, applicants are required to meet the points based assessment. The Canada Immigration or Canada PR Skilled Worker Visa point’s selection system requires a pass mark of 67 out of 100 points and is assessed on six main factors including age, education, work experience, language ability and adaptability. Successful applicants are granted a permanent residence visa and are entitled to live and work in Canada without any restrictions.

Basic Features of this visa

  • Canada Immigration or Canada PR Federal Skilled Worker visa allows you to work in Canada without the need to be sponsored by an employer, a Canadian work permit or a job offer
  • Successful applicants are free to work without any constraints/restrictions, unlike a work permit
  • After three years stay in the country, the applicant can apply for Canadian citizenship
  • Once you get your Canadian Passport & Citizenship, you can travel to many countries in the world without a visa
  • You can sponsor your immediate family & relatives to join you in Canada
  • Canadian permanent residences includes access to government subsidized education and healthcare (Medicare)
  • Unrestricted access to Canada's labour market and associated insurance and pension benefits
  • The PR visa is now granted in 6-12 months instead of the previous 3+years
  • If the application is returned, the fee is refunded by the High Commission


The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) ranks eligible candidates for immigration to Canada through Express Entry under the following components:

  • core human capital factors
  • accompanying spouse or common‐law factors;
  • skill transferability factors; and
  • Factors relating to a provincial nomination or a qualifying job offer of arranged employment.
  • There are a total of 1,200 points available under the Comprehensive Ranking System.
  • For candidates without an accompanying spouse or common‐law partner, there are:
  • a maximum of 500 points available for core human capital factors (i.e. Age, level of education, English language proficiency);
  • a maximum of 100 points available for skill transferability factors(Education+ IELTS score min, Foreign work experience + IELTS score min, Canada work experience +education, Canada –foreign work experience); and
  • 600 points available for either a provincial nomination of a qualifying offer of arranged employment.
  • For candidates with an accompanying spouse or common‐law partner, there are:
  • a maximum of 460 points available for core human capital factors(i.e. Age, level of education, English language proficiency) of the principal applicant;
  • a maximum of 40 points for the core human capital factors(i.e. level of education, English language proficiency, Canada work experience) of the spouse or common‐law partner;
  • a maximum of 100 points available for skill transferability factors(Education+ IELTS score min, Foreign work experience + IELTS score min, Canada work experience +education, Canada –foreign work experience); and
  • 600 points available for either a provincial nomination of a qualifying offer of arranged employment

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Skilled immigrant (Express Entry) Program - Canada immigration

The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration category for Canada's foreign workers who wish to become permanent residents. Temporary foreign workers are ideal candidates for Canadian immigration (permanent residence). Having obtained Canadian work experience, these individuals have already settled into Canadian society and established important networks in their communities and their careers.

Canadian Experience Class applications are processed through the Express Entry selection system for immigration to Canada. Eligible candidates must make an expression of interest in immigrating to Canada, create an online Express Entry profile, and receive an Invitation to Apply for permanent residence before they may make an application.

CEC requirements

  • Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements. They must:
  • Have obtained at least one year of skilled, professional or technical work experience in Canada within 36 months of the application date; and
  • Meet or surpass a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 5 ("initial intermediate") or 7 ("adequate intermediate proficiency"), depending on the level of the job; and
  • Plan to live and work outside of the province of Quebec (individuals with work experience in Quebec and who plan to reside in Quebec may apply to the Quebec Experience Class).

Applicants can remain in Canada throughout the application process. However, the Canadian Experience Class is also open to individuals who are no longer in Canada, provided that they submit their application within three years of leaving their job in Canada.

The Canadian Experience Class requirements are based on a pass or fail model. If the minimum requirements are met, the applicant is eligible to enter the Express Entry pool.

Note: Self-employment and work experience gained while you were a full-time student (for example, on a co-op work term) does not count under this program.

A Popular Option for International Students For many international graduates, the Canadian Experience Class may offer the fastest and most simple path to achieving permanent residence.

After completing a program or course of study at a Canadian educational institution, many international graduates are able to remain in the country on post-graduate work permits. If, during this time, a graduate obtains at least one year of work in a skilled, professional or technical field, they may then become eligible to enter the Express Entry pool under the Canadian Experience Class.

Additional Options for Foreign Workers If you are considering applying under the Canadian Experience Class, you may have other additional for Canadian immigration through the various Provincial Nominee Programs.

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Start Up Visa Program

The Start-Up Visa program grants permanent residence to immigrant entrepreneurs while assisting them to become established in Canada.

Eligibility Requirements For Canada Immigration

The purpose of this program is to recruit innovative foreign national entrepreneurs who will create new jobs and drive economic growth.

In order to be eligible, applicants for a Start-Up Visa must meet the following requirements:

Meet minimum language requirements in English or French (CLB 5 in all abilities); Have sufficient funds to settle in Canada; Plan to settle in a province other than the Province of Quebec; Pass Canadian security and medical clearances; Prove your business is supported through a designated organization; and Show your business meets ownership requirements. No more than five foreign nationals may apply for permanent residence as part of the same business venture under the Start-Up Visa Program.

Investment Details

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has designated a number of venture capital funds, angel investor groups, and business incubator organizations to participate in the Start-Up Visa program.

Successful applicants are required to secure a minimum investment for their Canadian start-up. If coming from a designated Canadian venture capital fund, the investment must be at least $200,000. If coming from an angel investor group, it should be at least $75,000.

Applicants do not need to secure any investment from a business incubator. However, applicants must be accepted into a Canadian business incubator program.

Applicants are not required to invest any of their own money. If their Canadian start-up is unsuccessful, individuals granted permanent residence through this program will retain their permanent resident status.

Evidence of Commitment

In order to demonstrate that the applicant has obtained support from either a venture capital fund, angel investor group, or business incubator, the investor organization must submit a completed Commitment Certificate directly to IRCC. This document includes information regarding the agreement between the applicant and the investment organization. Its purpose is to summarize the relevant details of the commitment between the investment organization and the applicant.

In addition, the applicant will receive a letter of support from the investment organization, which the applicant will need to submit with their application for permanent residence. If there are two or more applicants as part of the same business venture, the commitment by the investment organization can be conditional upon one or more “essential persons” receiving their permanent residence. An essential person is someone who has been specifically identified as essential to the business by the investment organization. If for any reason the application of an essential person is refused, the applications of all others included in the Commitment Certificate will also be refused.

If there are two or more applicants as part of the same business venture, the commitment by the investment organization can be conditional upon one or more “essential person(s)” receiving their permanent residence. An essential person is someone who has been specifically identified as essential to the business by the investment organization. If for any reason the application of an essential person is refused, the applications of all others included in the Commitment Certificate will also be refused.

Support from Multiple Organizations

Applicants may receive support from multiple designated organizations, known as syndication. In this instance, all entities involved must be identified. Together, the designated organizations will provide IRCC with a single Commitment Certificate and one Letter of Support will be provided to the applicant(s).

As soon as a designated venture capital firm invests in a business, the minimum total investment amount that must be invested in that business is $200,000, even if a designated angel group also invests in the same business.

If the business receives support from at least one designated angel group, but not designated venture capital groups, then the minimum total investment amount that must be invested in that business is $75,000.

Peer Review Process

In order to protect this pilot program against fraud, a peer review process has been included. It is designed to make sure that the deals made between the investment organizations and foreign national entrepreneurs are legitimate. An immigration officer may ask for a commitment to be independently assessed by a peer review panel. These panels have been established by an industry association that represents the type of investment organization making the commitment. For example, in the case of an angel investor group, the National Angel Capital Organization would be responsible for establishing the peer review panel.

Alternatively, if the group making the commitment is a venture capital fund, Canada’s Venture Capital and Private Equity Association would be responsible. While the peer review can be requested if the immigration officer believes that it would assist them in making a decision, they can also be initiated on a random basis. The assessment made by the peer review panel is not considered binding on the immigration officer. It will only confirm that the investment organization has carried out the proper checks and investigations according to industry standards. It will not provide an opinion on the wisdom or feasibility of the proposal in question.

The Peer review examines the level of due diligence that was performed by the designated organization and:

ensures that the company has been or will be incorporated in Canada; ensures that business ownership has been verified and satisfies program requirements; ensures that the designated organization has considered the viability of the proposed business model, assessed the business venture's management team and verified the ownership of the intellectual property; makes sure the focus of the business is on a high-growth potential product and/or service; and validates, for business incubator applicants, acceptance into an incubator program.

As this is a pilot program, it will only process a maximum of 2,750 applications per year. Moreover, the duration of the program is limited to five years. If this pilot program proves successful, the Canadian Government may choose to establish the Start-Up Visa Program permanently before the end of the five-year period.

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Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

The Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program accepts applications from international investors who possess the necessary skills and abilities to contribute to the Canadian economy and to become well integrated into Canadian society.

Minimum Requirements

In order to be eligible for the IIVC Pilot Program, applicants must:

  • have a personal net worth of at least CAD $10 million
  • be prepared to make a non-guaranteed investment in the IIVC Fund in the amount of CAD $2 million;
  • demonstrate sufficient language proficiency (CLB 5) in either English or French in all four language abilities (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) by providing results from a language competency test taken in the past two years at an approved testing agency;

International English Language Test System (IELTS)

Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP, available in Canada only)


Intended destination - Anywhere in Canada, except Quebec

Minimum net worth - CAD $10 million, legally obtained

Investment - CAD $2 million for 15 years

Miscellaneous - Medical examination and security background check

Personal Net Worth

The applicant must demonstrate that they have a personal net worth of at least CAD $10 million acquired through lawful, private sector business or investment activities. Business or investment activities could include the ownership or management of commercial for-profit entities or private sector activities such as public equity investments or private equity placements. Funds acquired through inheritance or in the value of the applicant's primary residence will not count towards the personal net worth requirement.

Those applicants who qualify to be considered for the second stage review for the IIVC Pilot Program will be asked to obtain a due diligence report validating the applicant's past business or investment experience, the source of funds, and his or her personal net worth. The due diligence report must be obtained from a designated service provider at the applicant's expense. Designated service providers include:

  • Deloitte Forensic Inc.
  • EY
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) LLP
  • Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Consulting Inc.
Non-Guaranteed Investment

Applicants who are approved under the IIVC Pilot Program are required to make an investment in the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Fund in the amount of CAD $2 million. The investment will be committed for approximately 15 years.

This is an at-risk investment, therefore, it is a possibility that applicants will lose some or all of their investment. As with any venture capital investment, however, applicants also have the potential to receive proceeds, either over time or at the end of the investment term. Proceeds are dependent on the performance of the IIVC Fund.

When Not to Apply

In addition to the eligibility requirements outlined above, candidates should not apply to the IIVC Pilot Program if they are inadmissible to Canada for any reason. Candidates who choose to do so will have their applications refused.

Additionally, candidates wishing to reside in Quebec should not apply to the IIVC Pilot Program as the program does not apply to this province.

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Family Sponsorship Program

Many Canadian citizens and permanent residents have loved ones abroad that they wish they could bring to Canada.

The Canadian government offers a number of ways to allow this dream to become a reality under its Family Class Sponsorship class. Canada's Family Class Sponsorship programs are some of the most generous family reunification programs in the developed world. After all, the Canadian government is committed to keeping families together whenever possible.

There are a number of relationships that qualify for Family Class Sponsorship, including spouses and common-law partners, parents and grandparents, dependent children, and potentially other relationships under certain Provincial Family Class Sponsorship programs. For parents and grandparents, there is also the Super Visa program.

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Provincial Nominee Program

Provincial nomination is an important fast-track option for Canadian permanent residence.

The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) allow Canadian provinces and territories to nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and who are interested in settling in a particular province.

Each Canadian province (except Quebec, which has a different selection system) and two territories have their own unique Provincial Nominee Programs. Participating provinces and territories sign agreements with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that allow them to select immigrants who meet the requirements that they have set forth.

Provincial and territorial governments have been using these programs to more effectively and efficiently welcome newcomers to their region. Each PNP is tailored to the province's/territory's specific needs to select nominees who will be able to settle into life and work in the region and to effectively contribute to the community. As of 2015, most PNPs contain at least one immigration stream aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system. These are known as 'enhanced' nominations; click here to learn more about how the PNPs function with respect to the Express Entry system.

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Visitor Visa for Canada Immigration

This visa allows people to visit Canada for a holiday or recreation, to visit family and friends in Canada or for short Business Visits.

Visit Visas are granted for a specific duration depending on your circumstances at the time of application. They can be single entry visas, permitting just one entry into Canada or they can be granted for Multiple visits should you have a necessity to visit Canada a number of times within a specified period. The multiple entry visas are generally aimed at business people, however anyone can apply for such status with valid reason.

There are no “eligible” passports in order to apply for this visa and therefore anyone can apply, however if your visit is for less than 3 months, you should check whether your passport is visa exempt to enter Canada.

visit visas for any country really come down to 3 crucial points:

  • You have a genuine intent to visit the country and leave at the end of your visit
  • You have ties to your current country of citizenship/residence i.e. full time employment and/or home ownership/current tenancy agreement and family ties too.
  • You have enough funds to sustain your living expenses for the duration of your visit.
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