Our “Immigrate” section is designed to provide you with in-depth knowledge about the various immigration pathways to Canada. From skilled workers and entrepreneurs to caregivers and family reunification, Canada offers numerous opportunities for individuals seeking to make this diverse country their new home. In this section, you will find essential information about each immigration program, including Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Programs, Family Sponsorship, and more. Each program page outlines the eligibility criteria, the application process, and how our team of expert consultants can assist and support you throughout your immigration journey. Start exploring your options today and take the first step towards your future in Canada.

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Express Entry

A points-based system for managing applications for permanent residence from skilled workers. It includes three different programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)

Each province and territory in Canada has its own immigration program, designed to meet its unique needs. Applicants nominated by a province or territory will receive additional points under the Express Entry system.

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Family Sponsorship

Canadian citizens or permanent residents can sponsor their spouse, common-law partner, dependent children, parents, or grandparents for permanent residence.

Start-up Visa Program

Entrepreneurs who have a business idea and the support of a designated Canadian organization can apply for this program to start their business in Canada.

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Atlantic Immigration Program

This program is designed to attract immigrants to the Atlantic provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador. It targets foreign workers who have a job offer in one of these provinces and international graduates who have a degree or other credentials from a public institution in the region.


Canada has a need for caregivers to provide care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs. This immigration pathway is available for foreign caregivers working in Canada, offering a way to transition from temporary to permanent status.

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Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

This pilot program is designed to attract and retain skilled workers in rural and northern communities that are experiencing labor shortages. It requires a job offer from an employer in one of the participating communities.

Agri-Food Pilot

This program targets experienced, non-seasonal workers in specific industries and occupations in the agricultural sector. It offers a route to permanent residency for workers in these industries.

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Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot

This pilot program aims to help skilled refugees who are displaced and unable to return to their home country, by providing them with a pathway to permanent residence in Canada.

Quebec-selected skilled workers

Quebec has its own immigration program for skilled workers. Those who want to live in Quebec go through a process where the province selects candidates based on its specific criteria, which differs from the federal Express Entry system.

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This program is for individuals who are self-employed in cultural activities or athletics and are willing to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada.