How to Immigrate to Canada from the US
Do you want to immigrate to Canada from the US? There are many different ways someone from anywhere in the world can immigrate to Canada on a permanent basis. Before you apply, you should determine your eligibility for a particular immigration stream in Canada by speaking with a licensed immigration lawyer about your options when it comes to immigrating to Canada.
What Are the Different Ways of Immigrating to Canada from the US?
Skilled Workers and Skilled Trades: Applicants who are qualified can gain permanent residency in Canada based on their own credentials including language abilities, work experience and education. Canadian Experience Class: If you have worked or studied in Canada, you could be eligible to transform that experience into permanent residence in Canada. Entrepreneurs and Investors: People who want to start a business in Canada can immigrate to Canada under a number of different programs, including the new Start-Up Visa. Provincial Nominees: Canadian provinces and territories can nominate you to settle and work there. Family and Spousal Sponsorship: If you have close relatives or a spouse who is a permanent resident of Canada or a citizen of Canada, Live-in Caregivers: People who come to Canada to work as live-in caregivers for children, people with disabilities or the elderly can eventually attain permanent residence in Canada.
Find out the Best Way to Immigrate to Canada from the US
In order to get an invitation to apply for Immigration to Canada, you have to be selected from a pool of highly qualified applicants. Our job is to make you STAND OUT from the crowd. We will assess your case, highlight the best aspects of your application, and make sure that the government notices you! This way, your chances of getting an invitation are maximized.
Call us today for an assessment to see if you are eligible to immigrate to Canada from the US, or fill out our online assessment form.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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