Canadian Experience Class: Canada Immigration News

The latest Canada immigration news and updates on the Canadian Experience Class Visa including the eligibility, requirements, and process for immigrants. The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program aimed to help temporary foreign workers and foreign students to apply their work experience and education towards their applications for residency. For more information on the immigration process and requirements for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), visit our section on the Canadian Experience Class.

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How to Become a Canada Permanent Resident from International Student

March 20, 2019 / /

Studying in Canada is a great pathway to Canadian Permanent Residency. Many people will continue their education in Canada in order to be prepared for permanent residence in Canada. There are several programs that international students can apply for permanent immigration in Canada. 1.Provincial Nominee Programs There are several Canada provinces that have programs for […]

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Ontario PNP Program Allows Permanent Residence for International Students with a Job Offer

June 14, 2012 / /

Ontario’s provincial nominee program (PNP), Opportunities Ontario, is giving international students who have a job offer with an Ontario employer the opportunity to secure permanent residency in Canada. This is a new stream unrelated to the Masters Graduate Stream and the PhD Graduate Stream. The International Student with a Job Offer Stream includes students who […]

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FAQ on Canada Experience Class (CEC)

April 26, 2012 / /

CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS (CEC) FAQ  Here is a quick FAQ regarding CEC : Q. Can experience gained in Canada without proper work or study authorization be counted under the Canadian Experience Class? No. Q. Can lower-skilled workers apply to stay permanently under the Canadian Experience Class? No. However, Provincial Nominee Programs are available to lower-skilled workers. These are workers in […]

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