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Canada News 240,000 to 265,000 new permanent residents in 2014

>> Saturday, March 22, 2014

Last October 28, 2013, the then, newly appointed Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander announced that Canada will be accepting between 240,000 to 265,000 new permanent residents in 2014.  

It was emphasized in said publication that the Provincial Nominee programs will play an important role in meeting this goal. 


And am happy to say that its true this time!

We are now seeing the results of this plan by the Minestry of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

At the start of 2014, January, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program was implemented.

Last March 6, 2014 the Nova Scotia Nominee Program was also launched.

To meet Canada's immigration levels it seems certain that there might be more programs that will open up this year but the question is how will you be able to grab the opportunity of becoming a Permanent Resident for Canada?

First you have to have a better understanding of Canada's current Visa programs, how it has evolved to be selective and aims to choose the best and the brightest applicants from around the world.

The current Visa applications will not only ask for your Education and work requirements, it will also ask you to prove your language proficiency, have your education credentials assessed by assessing bodies they have designated, require you to provide proof of your employment and settlement plan, etc, etc...

On top of this all your documents must be complete when you file your application. Which means you have to prepare your application in advance to have the opportunity of getting a Permanent Residents Visa for Canada.

Most programs only accepts applicants with experience in Managerial, Trade Skilled and Professional occupations, but not all.
If you are interested to apply, the only way you will have a shot at getting a permanent residents Visa, will be to make yourself eligible by completing your application requirements ahead of time.

Since a lot of applicants (worldwide) wants to get a Permanent Residents Visa for Canada; the programs will open and close very fast.

Not starting your application right away will make you miss the chance of living and working in Canada.

In Short, anybody interested in immigrating must be ready all the time!

At Canadian Immigration Consultancy we meet a lot of people who miss their opportunity of immigrating to Canada, because they do not want to make the first move until there is a program that looks for their occupation or profession, what they don't realize is, without proper planning and getting their documents ready ahead of time they are not giving themselves a chance.

Most programs also have Quotas or limits the number of people who can apply.

If they start their application late, they will not make it. Most likely, the Cap or limit will have been filled out because there are other applicants, more serious than them who files their application the moment the programs opens.

As an interested applicant, the earlier you try to understand this, the more chances you will have.

Since the competition is fierce for a Canadian Visa, you have to have an edge or advantage over other applicants.

Getting ready in advance will give you the chance to correct errors you might have in your credentials and the chance to adjust to changes or acquire special requirements the program might ask you to provide.

Getting ready all the time with proper planning is the only way for you to get a Permanent Residents Visa for Canada.

Start your application right now! Send us a message tell us your concerns so that we can help you with your application.

Canadian Immigration Consultancy SM-NORTH Edsa – Open everyday from 10am till 8pm direct line – 8528324 email: jaraneta@go2canada.com

[reference: news releases from cic.gc.ca; image from cic.gc.ca]

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Updated occupation list for Nova Scotia Nominee program - Regional Labour Market Demand Stream

>> Tuesday, March 11, 2014

In relation to my previous post, Nova Scotia Nominee program - Regional Labour Market Demand Stream, here is the updated occupation list they will accept for processing.


* Systems Testing Technicians
* Retail Trade Managers
* Registered Nurses
* Restaurant and Food Service Managers
* Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
* Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
* Managers in Health Care
* Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and Designers)
* Licensed Practical Nurses
* Electrical and Electronic Engineers
* Mechanical Engineers
* Specialist Physicians
* General Practitioners and Family Physicians
* Financial Auditors and Accountants
* Other Financial Officer
* Civil Engineers
* Database Analysts and Data Administrators
* Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
* Dentists
* Pharmacists
* Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
* Physiotherapists
* Occupational Therapists
* Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary Technologists
* Medical Radiation Technologists
* Medical Sonographers
* Software Engineers and Designers
* Psychologists
* Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
* Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical Repairs
* Retail Trade Supervisors
* Crane Operators
* Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing
* Chefs
* Cooks
* Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanics
* Other Technical Occupations in and Assessment
* Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants
* Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
* Welders and Related Machine Operators
* Machinists
* Industrial Electricians
* Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades

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Nova Scotia Nominee program - Regional Labour Market Demand Stream

>> Monday, March 3, 2014



The Nova Scotia Nominee program - Regional Labour Market Demand Stream, is one of the streams where applications can apply to to become a Permanent Resident for Canada.


Under this stream the applicant must be:  

age between 21-55y/o; with two (2) years continuous working experience during the last 5 years in the in demand list of the program.

Listed below are the In Demand Occupations: 


* Systems Testing Technicians
* Retail Trade Managers
* Registered Nurses
* Restaurant and Food Service Managers
* Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
* Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
* Managers in Health Care
* Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and Designers)
* Licensed Practical Nurses
* Electrical and Electronic Engineers
* Mechanical Engineers
* Specialist Physicians
* General Practitioners and Family Physicians
* Financial Auditors and Accountants
* Other Financial Officer
* Civil Engineers
* Database Analysts and Data Administrators
* Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
* Dentists
* Pharmacists
* Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
* Physiotherapists
* Occupational Therapists
* Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary Technologists
* Medical Radiation Technologists
* Medical Sonographers
* Software Engineers and Designers
* Psychologists
* Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
* Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical Repairs
* Retail Trade Supervisors
* Crane Operators
* Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing
* Chefs
* Cooks
* Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanics
* Other Technical Occupations in and Assessment
* Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants
* Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
* Welders and Related Machine Operators
* Machinists
* Industrial Electricians
* Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades



The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration requires all applicants in the Regional Labour Market Demand stream to submit written proof, explanation or language testing results demonstrating that a minimum standard of CLB/NCLC Level 5 has been met, which consists of meeting the minimum levels for each competency listed below.

IELTS Test required - Reading - 4, Writing - 5, Speaking - 5 and Listening 5


Under this stream applicants must first file to be nominated by the Government office of Nova Scotia before they can apply for their Permanent Residents Visa for Canada.

Since this program is set to start on March 6, 2014 applicants who wants to have the opportunity of getting a permanent residents Visa under this program must consider starting their applications right away.

Like all other programs of Canada, the Nova Scotia Nominee program - Regional Labour Market Demand Stream is an opportunity for those who are serious about their plan of going to Canada.  As the rules may change without prior notice, it is recommended for you to start while you still have a chance.

Start your applications right now!

If you are interested pls. text me at 09175415000 or send me your resume to jaraneta@go2canada.com for assessment.



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