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What are the different ways to immigrate to Canada?
We’ve gathered up some information for you from Canada’s official website on its different immigration programs. Stay tuned as we update this page.
Express Entry is an online system that Canada uses to manage permanent residency applications from skilled workers, with four steps involved in this process.
ATLANTIC IMMIGRATION PILOT
This pathway to permanent residence is for skilled foreign workers and international graduates who want to work and live in any of the four Atlantic provinces.
RURAL AND NORTHERN IMMIGRATION PILOT
This community-driven program is a pathway to permanent residence skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in the smaller communities in Canada.