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Since 2013, Canada is consecutively implementing the Action Plan for Faster Family Reunification, which main task is to reduce the processing time of applications for family sponsorship, in particular parents and/or grandparents sponsorship. Within the framework of this plan, since 2014, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada sets a specific annual quota for new applications accepted under this sponsorship program. In 2014 and 2015 the quota was 5000 applications per year, but in 2016 – 2017 the number of accepted applications increased to 10 000 per year.
However, since January 3 the application procedure for 2017-2018 has been changed – applications for parents sponsorship are to be submitted online only. At the same time, the procedure will consist of two steps: the first being, the submission by the sponsor of an online interest to sponsor form within 30 days following the opening of the program; after the expiration of which, the access to the online system will become unavailable. Then, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will independently and randomly select 10,000 among the preliminary applications submitted for consideration. During the second step, applicants whose online preliminary applications have been selected will receive a relevant online notification and will have 90 days to submit the complete application package for further detailed consideration by immigration authorities. The applicants whose interest to sponsor forms have not been selected in 2017 may repeat the first step (i.e. submit the online form) in January 2018.
In addition, the option to sponsor parents and/or grandparents has been mostly removed from the Humanitarian and Compassionate Program (HCP).
As an alternative, in case of family reunification, Canada offers to apply for a Super Visa. This is a multiple entry visa for parents and/or grandparents valid for up to 10 years allowing them to stay in Canada for up to 2 years at a time, with a possibility to partially extend their stay while remaining in Canada.
Each of the aforementioned options for reuniting with parents and grandparents living in other countries have specific application criteria and requirements. Both options impose serious financial obligations on the sponsor in Canada regarding the sponsored family members, and these requirements are increasing yearly.
Although other criteria are no less significant, the financial support is the main requirement in this immigration category. *Note: The province of Quebec has its own list of requirements, which is not considered on this page.
Number of Family members
Minimum Necessary Income 2015
Minimum Necessary Income 2014
Minimum Necessary Income 2013
Over 7 persons, for each additional person
If applying for parent and grandparent sponsorship in 2017, the sponsor in Canada must provide proof of income for 2013, 2014 and 2015. Super Visa applicants are required to provide a proof of income for a shorter period.
Individuals with the Temporary Residence status, namely : foreign workers, workers with temporarily contract and foreign students who have graduated from any educational institution in Canada are eligible to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada. In order to apply you must meet English or French language proficiency requirements, know the customs of Canada, and prove that you can contribute to the development of Canada’s economy. This type of immigration in Canada is called the Canadian Experience Class.
The candidate for the Canadian Experience Class program must:
Canadian Experience Class program does not apply to individuals wishing to settle in the Province of Quebec.
In order to apply for the Canadian Experience Class program individuals need to submit their documents either while working under contract in Canada or within 1 year from the date of dismissal. If a candidate for the Canadian Experience Class immigration program is married or live with a common-law partner in Canada, the partner may also apply for Permanent Residence in Canada.
Immigration to Canada opens up exciting prospects and opportunities to create a better life for you and your children. Any individual has the opportunity to immigrate to Canada. The most important is to determine which type of immigration best suits you.
The new Immigration law of Canada cancels the possibility to independently choose the registration location of your immigration application.
Therefore, if previously you could choose the location to submit your documents to, as for example Tel Aviv, Moscow, Warsaw or embassy in another city of another country, now, the registration of the immigration application is possible only in the consular department of the embassy of applicant’s country of residence.
The consulate is checking your immigration set of documents to have:
⦁ correctly filled immigration forms;
⦁ a receipt for Processing Fee payment;
⦁ all necessary documents (photocopies of passports, certificates, etc.)
In most cases, all the documents for immigration are processed through the Canadian Embassy, but in some cases, you can apply for permanent residence after moving to Canada (refugee status, protection from deportation).
Application process for student visa and work permit has is peculiarities.
The application process for provincial nominees
How you will apply depends on which Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) stream you are applying to. You might need to apply using the paper-based process, or the online process through Express Entry.
In both cases, you must apply in two stages:
First, you must decide where you want to live in Canada and apply to that province or territory for a nomination. They will review your application based on:
their immigration needs,
if you really plan to live there, and,
for Express Entry only—if you meet the minimum criteria of at least one of the federal immigration programs covered by Express Entry.
Note: If you are creating an Express Entry profile, you will be asked which provinces and territories you are interested in. They may contact you and ask you to submit a PNP application so they can nominate you. If you already have a nomination, you must show this in your profile.
The criteria by province and territory vary and can change without notice. To be nominated, you must follow the instructions on their website and contact them directly.
After a province or territory nominates you, you must apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. CIC will assess your application based on Canadian immigration law.
If your nomination is through Express Entry, you must be invited to apply by CIC before you can submit an electronic application for permanent residence.
Decide which process you will use
The application process is determined by the PNP stream that you are applying for. There is a paper based process and an electronic process.
In the paper-based process:
You apply to the province or territory for nomination under a non-Express Entry stream
You need to meet the eligibility requirements of the province that nominates you
Once you have been nominated, you submit a paper application for permanent residence to CIC
Application processing times are longer than through Express Entry
In the online Express Entry process, there are two ways to apply:
You contact the province or territory and apply for a nomination under an Express Entry stream
If the province or territory agrees to nominate you, you create an Express Entry profile (or update your profile if you already have one) and show you have been nominated
You create an Express Entry profile and show the provinces and territories you are interested in
If a province or territory sends you a “notification of interest” to your MyCIC account, you contact them directly
You apply to their Express Entry stream
In both cases:
You must meet the eligibility requirements of the province or territory, and
You must submit an Express Entry profile and show that you meet the minimum criteria for Express Entry, including being eligible for one of the immigration programs it covers
If you are invited to apply, you submit an electronic application to CIC
We expect to process most Express Entry applications in 6 months or less.
Note: We are updating the Express Entry system:
you can now earn additional points if you studied in Canada
a valid job offer now only needs to be for one year, and some job offers no longer need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
the amount of points you get for a job offer has changed
if you are invited to apply, you now have 90 days instead of 60.
Tens of thousands of visitors arrive in Canada daily. In order to make the Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) work more effective, since March 2016, Citizenship and Immigration Canada has introduced a new system of prior entry authorization, known as eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) for individuals wishing to visit or transit Canada by air.
Ιn general, the requirement of prior electronic registration applies to citizens of visa-exempt countries. The only exceptions are the U.S. citizens with valid passports.
Citizens of visa-required countries must submit required application documents to get the appropriate visa of one of the following categories:
⦁ Tourist Visa (visiting Canada as tourist or for short-term training)
⦁ Visitor Visa (visiting friends and relatives)
⦁ Super – Visa (visiting children)
⦁ Business Visa (visiting business partners)
⦁ Transit Visa (air – transit through Canada)
While preparing the visa application set, one have to consider specific features of each mentioned category. Nevertheless, while considering the possibility to issue a visa the immigration authorities are guided by the following main factors:
⦁ A valid travel document (passport)
⦁ Health status
⦁ Absence of criminal record
⦁ Sufficient funds to visit Canada
⦁ Intention of temporary stay in Canada and return to the country of residence
⦁ Real purpose of visiting Canada
It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide evidence of the aforesaid. In case of insufficient proves the visa application may be denied. In order to minimize the probability of failure and make the fullest possible application set, you can always appeal to our experts.
In the framework of the International Experience Canada (IEC), young individuals aged 18 – 35 may choose from up to three categories, that will allow them to travel and work in Canada during 1 year. The three categories are Working Holiday, Young Professionals, and International Co-op. The requirements for each category differ by age, work term, and possibility of extension.
Basically, this program is available only to citizens of countries that signed a bilateral agreement with Canada on youth mobility, namely Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Spain, Ukraine. 32 countries overall. Citizens of other countries, such as Israel, Moldova, Russia, may participate to the program through seven recognized organizations, that usually offer paid trainings not only in Canada but also in the United States.
The application for IEC is reviews by civil services of Canada in two stages. Firstly, by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, based on its requirements, then by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada according to its requirements.
IEC is a reasonable way to further permanent residence application. In most cases, work permit under the IEC categories is issued for 12 months, that makes possible to gain necessary experience to apply for permanent residence permit under Canadian Experience Class. If a work permit is issued for less than 12 months, the time spent in Canada may be used to search for a potential employer who will be interested in offering you a long-term contract of employment and supporting your application for permanent residence in future through the Express Entry system. We remind you that according to Canadian Experience Class category, you must prove 1 year of continuous full-time skilled work experience in a Canadian company. Canadian Experience Class is not considering individuals with low-skilled occupations experience such as operational staff, drivers, equipment operators, and so on.
Canadian companies are enthusiastically considering employing young experts under IEC program. Because in case of mutual interest, the candidates who have already gained experience can stay in the company, taking advantage of other immigration programs, both provincial and federal.
Due to differences in immigration legislation between Canada and the United States, it is sometimes easier to obtain a visa to enter the US, especially visa of type J1, which is issued for students and young professionals training programs. During work, the participants receive a $ 1,000 USD scholarship, as well as free accommodation / meals. All other expenses are covered by the participants.
It is possible to take trainings in the following industries:
⦁ Agriculture (breeding of pedigree horses, cattle farms, wineries, etc.)
⦁ Economy and Commerce
⦁ Сomputer and other technologies
Individuals wishing to obtain a US visa for a training in one of the mentioned areas must match specific requirements. The main requirements are: age between 18 and 35, status of a student in the country of residence or proof of young specialist professional experience, the average level of language proficiency, which is determined during an interview on Skype with the interested party.
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