Through immigrant (permanent resident) visa, you receive certain rights and privileges, even though you remain a citizen of your home country. A permanent resident can stay, study and work anywhere in Canada

Why Canada?

Immigrant (Permanent resident) in Canada can have the right:
♦ To receive most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage.
♦ To live, work or study anywhere in Canada.
♦ To apply for Canadian citizenship.
♦ To protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
♦ You must pay taxes, and respect all Canadian laws at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.



Canada is one of the world's top immigration destinations with over 200,000 new arrivals every year. Deciding to immigrate to Canada is a significant step in the lives of those who pursue this dream. ENS with strong back end support through our Canadian counterpart has been created to help those seeking to live and work in Canada. Using our immigration expertise, we can play an important role in obtaining your immigrant visa and starting a new life.




Federal Skilled Worker :
Skilled workers are selected as permanent residents based on their six selection factors that include education,work experience, knowledge of English and/or French, and other criteria that have been shown to help them become economically established in Canada. For your application to be eligible for processing, you must:

♦ have a valid offer of arranged employment, OR
♦ have one year of continuous full-time paid work experience
in at least one of the occupations listed in the Federal Skilled Worker list.

Quebec-selected skilled workers:
Quebec establishes its own immigration requirements and selects immigrants who will adapt well to living in Quebec.

If you want to go to Quebec as a skilled worker, you must first follow a separate selection process before your application is finalized by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Quebec-selected skilled workers must apply in two stages.

♦ You must first apply to the Quebec government for a certificate of selection. This is the official document that shows that the Government of Quebec has accepted you to that province.
♦ After you have been selected by Quebec, you have to make a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence.



Skilled Immigration

The new migration rules in Canada allow the migration process to be completed in 6-8 months for certain occupations which are in acute shortage in Canada. This is the best time to apply for a green card under these select occupations

Business Immigration

Canada has some of the most famousBusiness Immigration Programs in various states like Manitoba, British Columbia etc. for experienced business people from India who can help in the development of a strong and prosperous Canadian economy.

Family Immigration

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, your relative may be able to join you and live as permanent residents as you can sponsor your spouse, brother/sister, parents etc under the family visa scheme

 

Work Permit

Finding work and starting a job in a new country can be a bewildering experience. Many things will be different from your previous experience in your home country

Student Visa

More than 130,000 students go to study in Canada every year. Thus they gain knowledge and skills and at the same time  they will earn with part time jobs.

Tourist Visa

Anyone who visits Canada must apply from outside the country. If you have a friend or family member who wants to visit Canada, they must apply for a tourist visa

 

 

Immigration to Canada

General Requirements


Canada is very selective of newcomers who are admitted for temporary or permanent residency status.

Admissibility may be assessed on the basis of the applicant’s personal circumstances and the circumstances of his accompanying dependants, and even in some cases, on the circumstances of dependents who are not accompanying him/her to Canada.

Please select the topic that interests you:

♦ Inadmissiblity to Canada

♦ Medical Examinations

♦ Background Checks and Police Clearances

♦ Government Fees

♦ Immigration Interviews