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by Aditya kumar Canada Immigration,Canada PR Visa
Canada has emerged as one of the top destinations for immigration, especially for Indians. Making the decision to move to another country entails a number of administrative procedures. This is necessary before you leave your residence and after you arrive in the country. Canada is a popular country for immigration also it has the most organized point-based system for Immigration. If you wish to settle in Canada, you have to know the applying procedure and have an idea about how to settle in Canada?

But don't worry, we Aptech will always be available for you. Here is the detailed information regarding the same.

Before jumping into the topic, we should know that there are two methods to apply for a Canada visa, you would require to applying through one of the points-based immigration programs of Canada, i.e.

1. Express Entry System

2. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) of various provinces

1. EXPRESS ENTRY

The express entry method is the fastest way to enter Canada. It is used to manage PR (Permanent Residency) applications for three economic class immigration programs:

Canadian Experience Class
Federal Skilled Worker Program
Federal Skilled Trades Program
All the three applications have a point-based grading system - including age, job offer, adaptability, language, education, and last, is work experience. Applicants receive the points based on a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

First, you must create an Express Entry profile for which the following documents are required

Passport or travel document,
Educational credential assessment report
Language test results
Provincial nomination (if you have one)
Proof of work experience, certificate of qualification.
Proof of funds

If your Express Entry profile is accepted, an Invitation to apply is awarded to the candidates with the highest scores in the pool. Then you get into the pool of candidates. Applicants scoring equal or above cut-off are awarded an invitation to the application (ITA). Though a job offer is not compulsory it increases points.

After this, you will be ranked in the Express Entry pool using a point-based system. When our application went further for the surveillance, then you will have 90 days to submit your application for permanent residence.

2. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) of various provinces

The Canada PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) is a decisive step to immigrate to Canada. The people, who desire to locate in a specific province, then they can apply through PNP Canada programs. To decide about the provinces for permanent residents Canada's federal government collaborates with IRCC (Immigration Citizenship Refugee Canada).

The PNPs authorize the different Canadian provinces to select individuals who are appropriate for its labor market and economy and afterward, you'll be nominated for Canadian PM.

How to Apply in a Canada Directly PNP (Provincial Nominee Program)?

Pathways to apply for PNP

When you have decided about the provinces then you can directly apply to Provincial Nominee Program. So, here are the steps you have to follow:

After deciding the province you can enroll yourself for PNP through Aptech.
Then our team will review your application based on the selection criteria/point system of that particular province.
If our technical team finds you suitable for your chosen province based on the government eligibility criteria then you'll get an ITA letter.
After receiving the ITA then you have to submit your document within 60 days with a PNP fee.
Then your application will be reviewed and after that, you will get a Nomination letter.
Based on the nomination, you can apply for Permanent Residency in Canada to IRCC (Immigration, Refugee Citizenship Canada).
On receipt of the application, IRCC usually does the formalities, i.e. verification of a candidate's medical and character certifications.


Permanent resident visa of Canada has various immigration programs, but if you are a skilled worker, entrepreneur, or student, then the Canada Express Entry system is the best way to get a permanent resident in Canada. Those individuals who are not citizens of Canada but wish to shift permanently in the country Canada PR gives a residential status to them. Canada is among the countries with the highest immigration rates because of its efficient immigration policies.

There are listed programs in which you can apply for Canada PR through Aptech and before anything else ensure that you meet the eligibility for Canada PR. All these programs closely have similar requirements.

Canada Express Entry
Canada PNP Program
Canada Family sponsor Program
Regional pilot program
Investor or Business Immigration program etc.
Necessary Documents to apply for PR in Canada from India

ECA (Educational Credential Assessment)
Language Test Result (IELTS, CELPIP): Minimum of 6 bands is required.
Photocopies of diplomas, educational degrees, and certificates, personal identification documents.
Current residential proof
The Fund's proof of the application and living.
Skills assessment test
Additional fees
Other documents based on which program you're applying to.
Eligibility criteria

You need to score 67 points in FWS out of 100 based on age, language skills, education, work experience, No criminal record, and the Canadian job offer.
NOC (No objection Certificate) if you belong to any defense sector.
The roles of your work detail should be mentioned in the occupations list of Canada, known as "National Occupational Classification".
You'll have to meet the criteria if you're applying for any specific province.
Breakage of points for Canada PR:

Adaptability: Max 10 points
Age: 12 points
Arranged Employment: Max 10 points
Education: Max 25 points
Language Skills: Max 28 points
Work Experience: Max 15 points

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