How to Move to Canada



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Each year, hundreds of thousands of newcomers move to Canada to study, work, or settle permanently. The Canadian economy relies on the wealth of skills and experience that newcomers bring, and this is reflected in the immigration targets and policies set by the government. While it may be easier to immigrate to Canada than to countries like the United States or the U.K., the process of moving to a new country is still fairly complicated and requires a lot of preparation.

If you’re thinking about moving to Canada, you may have questions about the immigration process and whether you qualify. Should you apply through Express Entry? Is it easier to get permanent residence (PR) after studying in Canada? Do you need to hire an immigration consultant? And most importantly, how do you prepare to start your new life in Canada?

Join Miri Hysi (Sr. Product Manager, Arrive), Andrea Bailey (Immigration Consultant, Yalla Canada), and Vivek Duggal (newcomer to Canada), as they deep dive into some of the permanent residence programs offered by Canada, as well as temporary residence pathways, such as study permits and work permits. In this webinar, we’ll also provide tips on choosing the right immigration program, applying for PR, and preparing for your career and other aspects of life before you arrive in Canada.

You’ll learn about:
Permanent residence (PR) programs in Canada
Studying and working in Canada
How to choose the right immigration program
Selecting a province and city to live in
The PR application process
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