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    Canada is among the greatest places in the world to immigrate, Because of its high standard of living, open immigration policy, and a number of other characteristics. Many Indians have established themselves in Canada, which offers recent immigrants a sense of community.

    However, the majority of those who are looking to migrate to Canada from the Indian subcontinent opt to do so. One of the most straightforward immigration procedures in the world is Canada’s point-based Permanent Residency scheme.

    How to Apply for Canadian Immigration from India?

    Canada is the finest country to apply for permanent residency since there is a constant need for qualified laborers. Depending on the type of applicant, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has created various application processes. 

    Over 1 million new immigrants will be granted Permanent Residence (PR) visas by the Canadian government during the next three years. The majority of these new arrivals will be invited by the IRCC via programs for economic immigration, or skilled migration, such as the Express Entry System, Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), Canadian Experience Class, etc. Therefore, it is the ideal time to prepare your application and submit it for a Canadian PR visa if you are a skilled worker seeking Permanent Residency (PR) status in Canada.

    Benefits of Immigrate to Canada from India

    Benefits of Migrating to Canada

    Canada is one of the greatest places in the world to immigrate. It is a welcoming country that accepts more than 400,000 new immigrants each year. Here are a few main factors for moving to Canada.

    1. Well Developed economy and earned well 
    2. Free Education for Kids
    3. Unemployment allowances
    4. Free healthcare
    5. Employee benefits
    6. Safe, comfortable country with welcoming people

    Multiple Pathways for Indians to Migrate to Canada

    The IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) has created specific programs to welcome talented individuals and professionals to Canada on permanent visas because of the country’s demand for their services. You may apply for permanent residency in Canada using the following well-known programs:

    Express Entry Program: Most Popular way to Migrate to Canada

    Express entry system is the most known and fast immigration selection system in Canada. It is an online platform where the immigration applications were managed. An eligible candidate needs to submit Expression of Interest (EOI). This all can be done by submitting a profile online. 

    It is based on a point ranking system that is the Comprehensive Ranking system. An Invitation to Apply (ITA) will be sent to the applicants based on their points and In- Demand occupations. Within 60 days of receiving ITA, An applicant needs to apply under one of the Federal Skilled Immigration Program.

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program
    • Federal Skilled Trade Program 
    • Canadian Immigration Class
    • Streams under Provincial Nominee Program 

    Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

    The Federal Skilled Worker Program is a program where skilled immigrant workers who want to work in Canada for a longer period of time can immigrate to Canada. More than 1 Lakh people immigrate to Canada under this program every year. An applicant can apply with their spouse or partner and dependent children. 

    Eligibility Criteria for Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

    You need to score at least 67 points to apply under the Express Entry System. These score were based on such factors:

    FactorMaximum Points Available
    Language skills – in English & French 28
    Education 25
    Work experience 15
    Age 12 
    Arranged employment (job offer in Canada)10
    Adaptability 10

    The Minimum Requirements;

    • Language skills
    • ECA Report
    • Work Experience (Profession marked by NOC 0, A, and B)
    Documentation for Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    • Fill All forms for immigration and permanent residency
    • Proof of work experience
    • Language test results
    • An educational certificate 
    • Assessment of your foreign education
    • 2 mailing labels, self-attested
    • Photocopy of your passport

    If you are applying with arranged employment, you need to submit:

    • Employee’s offer with the photocopy of your work permit. 
    • The opinion letter of your arranged employer 
    Application Process for Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    • Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)
    • Language Proficiency Report
    • Express Entry Application
    • CRS Score
    • Express Entry Draw
    • Invitation to apply
    • Final PR Application
    Cost of Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    Your Application Processing Fee ($550) + Right of Permanent Resident Fee ($490)1,04054,240
    Your Application Fee (Without the right of permanent residence)55028,685
    To include Spouse or Common-Law Partner: Processing Fee ($550) + Right of Permanent Resident Fee ($490)1,04054,240
    To include Spouse or Common-Law Partner (without right of permanent residence)55028,685
    To include a Dependent Child150


     Other costs include:

    • Language Proficiency Test Cost: Rs. 15,500
    • Medical Test Cost: Rs 5,500
    • Police Clearance Certificate: Rs 500
    • Biometric: INR 4,700
    • Proof of Funds:

    IRCC Express Entry Proof of Funds Requirement in 2024

    Number of family membersFunds required in Canadian dollars (CAD)Approximate in Indian Rupees (INR) ( **Approx. 1 CAD – INR 60.7)
    1CAD 13,757INR 8,45,733
    2CAD 17,127INR 10,52,910
    3CAD 21,055INR 12,94,390
    4CAD 25,564INR 15,71,588
    5CAD 28,994INR 17,82,453
    6CAD 32,700INR 20,10,285
    7CAD 36,407INR 22,38,179
    For each additional family member CAD 3,706INR 2,27,832

    For more details: Proof of funds 2024 

    Processing Time for Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

    It generally takes 6 months on an average to process your Canada PR application.

    Comprehensive Ranking System: What is it?

    Your profile will be evaluated and ranked in the Express Entry pool using a point-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

    For the following categories, points are awarded: 

    • age 
    • level of education
    • official language proficiency
    • second official language
    • Canadian work experience.
    What is the age limit to get a PR under the FSW system in Canada?

    Although there isn't a formal age restriction, the CRS system that assigns points takes age into account. You do not receive any points if you are 17 or younger or 45 or older. However, you are still eligible for the visa if you gain points in other areas.

    How to calculate your Canada permanent resident visa points?

    An applicant receives a ranking using the system's four main components for a total of 1,200 points. As follows:

    • Core or Human Capital Factors:

    Age, education, job history in Canada, and language abilities are among the core and human capital variables. These elements are crucial for immigrants' success once they arrive in the country.   

    • Common-law partner or spouse considerations:

    This category takes into account the candidate's spouse or common-law partner's age, education, language skills, and work experience.

    • Transferable Skills:

    The candidate receives points in the skills transferability section based on their schooling, international job experience, and certificate of competence for trade occupations.

    • Additional Points:

    A candidate who has received a provincial nomination receives 600 extra points in the last category of bonus points. Other elements, such legitimate job offers and post-secondary degrees from Canada, can also help win extra points.

    When can I apply for Canadian Citizenship?

    You may submit an application for citizenship in Canada if you:

    • A Canadian permanent resident
    • having met all other requirements, including being physically present in Canada for at least 1,095 days over the five years prior to the application date.
    Why is a personal interview required or waived?

    The interview is either mandatory or optional depending on the candidate's honesty, the veracity of their employment history, the need to address any application-related inconsistencies, and the security concerns for Canadian nationals.

    Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    Under Canadian experience class category skilled workers can convert their temporary resident visa to permanent resident from Canada. An applicant must have at least 1 year Canadian work experience to get the visa. 

    Eligibility Criteria for Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    You need follow these guidelines for getting visa; 

    • Canadian Work Experience  
    • Occupation needs tobe fall under NOC 0 (Managerial Jobs), NOC A(Professional Jobs), and NOC B(Technical Jobs and Skill Trades) 
    • Educational Requirements 
    • Language Requirements
    Documents Required for Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    The following documents are required:

    • Identity and Civil Status Documents
    • Information of Dependents
    • Police certificates and Clearance
    • Receipt of fee payment  
    • Passport size photos
    • Travel Documents and Passports
    • Documents proving training and qualifications
    • Proof of Work Experience
    • Language Proficiency test results
    • Non-accompanying Family Member Declaration
    Application Process for Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    Here are the steps that you need to apply for CEC;

    Step 1: Apply online

    Step 2: Application reviewed by a Canadian Immigration visa officer

    Step 3: You may be asked to appear for a personal interview

    Step 4: Medical exam according to the terms

    Step 5: Pay the permanent residency fee

    Step 6: Get your PR card.


    • Your application will be sent to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO), If you are within Canada and applying from there.
    • Ottawa Case Processing Pilot Center will receive your application, In case you are applying from another country.
    Cost of Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    The processing fees are:

    • Principal Applicant: $2075
    • Spouse, common-law or conjugal partner: $1325
    • Dependent child under the age of 22/ dependent over the age of 22 with disabilities: $225 for each dependent
    Processing Time for Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    It will take around 6 months to process your application.

    Related FAQs
    Can a potential applicant register for permanent residence directly through Canadian Experience Class?

    No, beginning of January 1, 2015, anyone who qualifies for the Canadian Experience Class must submit an expression of interest to enter the country permanently through the Express Entry Immigration Selection System.

    Does the applicant’s work area need to be related to his/her education for recognition under Canadian Experience Class?

    No, not always. It is not required that the field of work be relevant to the field of education if a foreign student has obtained work experience and graduated from an authorized Canadian post-secondary institution.

    Can a candidate apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class if he/she wants to live in the province of Quebec?

    Quebec has a unique selection process. Candidate must apply under the Quebec Experience Class if they have job experience there and want to relocate there.

    Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)

    Through Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP) skilled workers can get permanent residency based on their qualification in particular trade. IRCC is the department of FSTP. 

    Eligibility Criteria for Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
    • Language Ability
    • Work Experience 
    • Experience in Skill Trade
    • Education Requirement
    • Language Requirement
    • Show Proof of Funds
    Documentation for Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
    • Correct application forms, signed and duly completed
    • Canadian government processing fees
    • Documents showing identity and civil status
    • Travel documents and passports
    • Evidence of work experience
    • Education training/professional qualifications evidence
    • IELTS or CELPIP or TEF or TCF Canada results
    • Arranged Employment, if applicable;
    • Points claimed if any
    • Canadian educational credential assessment;
    • Police certificates and clearances;
    • Proof of settlement funds.
    Application Process for Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
    • Find your NOC
    • Assess your educational credential
    • Take language test
    • Calculate CRS score
    • Get into express entry pool
    • Recieve ITA
    • Document checklist
    • Receipt and Passport request
    • Stay in Canada
    Cost of Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)

    Application fees:

    Pay the application fee for a Canada PR visa;

    • Single applicant fee: 825 for CIC + 500 (Right to PR Fee) = CAD 1325 (Including visa fees and PR fees)
    • Couple Applicant Fee: (825 *2) = CAD 2650 + 500 (Right to PR Fee)
    • Dependent fee for Child: CAD 225 for each child

    Other fees are:

    • Language exam fees (IELTS): INR 15,500, approximately
    • Translation fee if document not in English or French 
    • Education Credential Assessment (ECA) for foreign degrees:
      • $240+$10 ($10 Courier charges approx)
      • $240+$85 for Fast Express courier charges. ($85 for Fast Express Courier charges)
    • Medical exam: INR 3,000 (varies depending on your source city)
    • Police certificate: INR 500 (varies depending on your source city)
    • Biometric Fee CAD 85 for a single applicant
    • Biometric Fee CAD 170 for two or more applicants
    • Extra processing charges for provincial nominee program
    Processing Time for Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)

    Processing time for Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP) is Approx 6 months.

    Related FAQs
    Can I be denied admissibility?

    Yes, it is possible. Only under certain circumstances:

    • Security Issues
    • Human Rights Violations 
    • A crime of driving while drunk or drugged
    • Medical issues (although, some applicants are allowed) 
    • Lack of finance 
    • Misrepresentation (by providing false information or withholding information) 
    • Failure in complying with a provision of IRPA 
    • Having a family member who is inadmissible
    What accounts as skilled trade?

    As mentioned in the experience section, there are major and minor groups of professions that come under skilled trade.

    • Major Group 72: Electrical, Industrial and Construction trades 
    • Major Group 73: Maintenance and Equipment Operation trades
    • Major Group 82: Technical jobs in natural resources, agriculture, and such productions and supervisors for that.
    • Major Group 92: Processing, Utility and Manufacturing Supervisors, and Central Control Operators. 
    • Minor Group 632: Cooks and Chefs 
    • Minor Group 633: Bakers and Butchers
    Can the passing mark change for the skilled trade category?

    The category's current passing score is 67. IRCC has the power to modify the marks in accordance with national requirements.

    Why are CRS language points so important?

    The IRCC has authorized a number of examinations in both English and French. The tests for English are: 

    • IELTS 
    • CELPIP 

    French courses for:

    • Canada TEF
    • Canada TCF

    Several factors make gaining language points significant, including: 

    • For all the major programs for Permanent Residency, the requirement for language competency is greater than 30 points. It is necessary to have CBL7 in French and CBL5 in English in all skills and sections. 
    • If your French score is CBL7 and your English score is less than CBL5, you will receive 15 points. 
    • Transferable skills might get you an extra 100 points.  

    Online eligibility checks for Express Entry are available. Enter the necessary information, then calculate your points. You must be certain that you qualify for at least one program.

    What Is Express Entry?

    Express Entry is a program run by Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that enables skilled workers from around the world to apply for permanent residence in Canada. Express Entry is a system for managing applications for three types of immigration. 

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    • The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
    • The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    Under federal economic immigration programs, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) actively screens, identifies, and chooses immigrants who are skilled and/or meet the necessary requirements.

    How can I apply for Express Entry?

    There are three categories under Express Entry. 

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    • The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
    • The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

    If you qualify under any of these, you can apply for express entry.

    Who is eligible for Express Entry?

    Anyone who qualifies for Express Entry must be a skilled worker in one of Canada's recognized occupational categories and/or possess one of the required educational credentials. In order to qualify, you must additionally pass the language exam in either English or French.

    Do I need a job offer for Express Entry?

    Most of the other programs do not require you to have a job offer, but the Federal Skilled Worker Program and the Federal Skilled Trades Program do.

    How long does Express Entry take?

    The express entry process can be completed within six months or less.

    What’s better: PNP or Express Entry?

    Whether you accept a job offer or not relies on where you wish to reside. Job offers are required for PNP but not for expedited entry. However, the majority of recipients of PR receive a job offer.

    Will the CRS score go down?

    If Canada wants to receive more applications for PR in the nation, it may decide to lower the CRS score threshold.

    How do I increase my CRS score?
    • Apply at an early age
    • Get a Canadian job offer
    • Complete one more education program
    • Apply for provincial nominee program
    • Gain more work experience. 
    • Do a temporary course in Canada that qualifies.
    What is the maximum age for Express Entry?

    There is no upper age limit for Express Entry, although after the age of 47, the age point value is zero.

    Can I apply to Express Entry twice?

    After 12 months, your express entry profile expires, at which point you may reapply. Multiple applications made during the same time period do not improve your prospects.

    How do I fix mistakes in your Express Entry Profile?

    The phrase "View submitted application" can be found at the bottom of the "Application/profile details" screen. To correct the errors, click update on the "Express Entry Profile" page.

    What are some common misconceptions about Express Entry?
    • To be eligible for the Express Entry Pool, you must be employed.
    • A person may participate in the Express Entry Pool.
    • This falls under the scope of the Federal Skilled Worker Program occupation list.
    • The only route to becoming a Canadian economic immigrant is through Express Entry. 
    • The candidate can view their points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and determine how many additional points they require. 
    • Once you have an ITA, you have plenty of time to apply.
    • No language proficiency exam is required in order to enter the pool. 
    • In your Express Entry application, you may give false information. 
    • Once the submission has been made, you cannot amend your Express Entry profile for more points. 
    • With Express Entry, the immigration process is simple.

    Easiest Way to Immigrate to Canada: Provincial Nominee Program

    Through the Provincial Nominee Program, Canada nominates individuals to get a Permanent Residency in Canada in a particular province. It is based on the Canadian labor market and the economic needs of provinces. Every Canadian province has different eligibility criteria for nominating candidates.

    Canadian Provinces that offer PNPs
    Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)

    To move to Alberta you need to apply for AINP. When you receive the nomination from Alberta province then you can apply for PR through Federal Government. 

    Streams and Subcategories of AINP:
    • Work Experience Stream
    • Employer Driven Stream
      • Skilled Worker 
      • International Graduate
      • Semi-skilled worker
    • Strategic Recruitment Stream
      • Engineering Occupation
      • Compulsory and Optional Trade
    • Self-employed farmer stream
    British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)

    To live in Vancouver or any part of British Columbia, you need to apply for BCPNP. After receiving your nomination you can apply for PR for Canada.

    The 2 main components of BC PNP are:
    • The strategic occupation component
      • Skilled worker
      • International Graduate
      • International post-graduate pilot project
      • Designated health professionals
      • Entry-level and semi-skilled
    • Business Immigration component
    • Business Skills Category
    • Regional Business Category
    • Strategic Projects Category
    • Business Succession Plan Buy-Out Subcategory
    Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

    To live in the Manitoba province, here are some options for you.

    • Foreign Nationals Currently Working in Manitoba Category
    • Skilled Workers Overseas Category
    • Immigration Program for Business Category
    • Manitoba Young Farmer Nominee Program
    • Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP)

    This initiative aims to give people who can contribute the opportunity to develop the province of Newfoundland’s labor market and immigrant economy.

    Here are the categories :
    • NLPNP – International Graduate Category
    • NLPNP – Entrepreneur Category
    • NLPNP – Skilled Worker Category
    New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)

    If you are a qualified business professional or skilled worker and want to settle in New Brunswick then you can apply for NBPNP.

    Categories for an application
    • Skilled worker applicants with family support
    • Skilled worker applicants with employer support
    • Business applicants
    Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NSPNP)

    You can apply for different categories to choose Nova Scotia Province for your abroad settlement.

    • Skilled Worker Stream
    • Physician Stream
    • International Graduate Entrepreneur 
    • Entrepreneur Stream
    • Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Stream
    • Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Stream
    • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
    • Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry Stream
    Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP)

    If you want to apply for permanent residency in the northwest territories then you can check the following streams:

    • Entry Level/Semi-Skilled Occupations Stream
    • Skilled Worker stream
    • Express Entry Skilled Worker Stream 
    • Business Stream 
    Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

    There are certain streams if you want to move to Ontario.

    General Category
    • Employer/ Foreign Worker Stream
    • Business and Individual Investor Stream
    International Student Category
    • International Ph.D. Graduate Stream
    • Pilot International Masters Graduate Stream 
    Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP)

    To apply for PEI PNP, there are two categories.

    • PEI PNP Business Impact Category
    • PEI PNP Labour Impact Category
    Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)


    • Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSW)
    • Quebec Investor Program
    • Quebec Experience Program
    • Quebec Entrepreneur Program 
    • Quebec Self-Employed
    Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

    Categories under SINP:

    • Skilled Workers 
    • Farm Owners/Operators
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Family Referral
    • Long Haul Truck Drivers
    • Young Farmer Stream
    • Health Professions 
    • Hospitality Sector Pilot Project 
    • students
    Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)

    Different categories under YNP

    • Business Program 
    • Skilled Worker Program
    • Temporary Foreign Worker Program
    Eligibility Criteria for the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    Eligibility criteria depends on the provinces which you applied for

    There are two major factors:

    1. Contribution to growth of the economy
    2. Inclined towards setting in provinces

    Other factors:

    1. Education
    2. Job offer
    3. Language skiles
    4. Work experience
    Documentation for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    Following documents are required for Provincial Nominee Program:

    • General Application (for primary applicant) 
    • Color Photograph
    • Identity Proof
    • Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) Report
    • Form Attested by Spouse or Other Dependents
    • Passport
    • Language Skill Result
    • Proof of Funds
    • Medical Certificate
    • Police Clearance Certificate
    • Documents Whichuse or Other Dependents
    Application Process of Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    Step-by-step guide to apply for PNP:

    • Submit your Express Entry Profile
    • Submit your application on 
    • Get your nomination confirmed
    • Receive an invitation for Permanent Residency to apply for 
    • Fill up your application
    Cost of Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    It depends an respective programs:

    • Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program- CAD 1500
    • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program- CAD 350
    • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program- CAD 500
    • British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program- CAD 1150
    • Quebec Skiled Worker Program- Primary Applicant: CAD 785; Spouse or Partner: CAD 168; Dependent Child: CAD 168.  
    Processing Time for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    There are two types of Provincial Nominee program

    1. Via Express Entry = 6 Months
    2. Via Non-Express = 1-2 Yrs
    Related FAQs
    What are the advantages of obtaining a provincial nomination?

    The advantages of obtaining a provincial nomination:

    Your Canadian immigration visa application is being expedited.

    You could be granted a permanent resident visa.

    Does getting a Provincial Nomination guarantee a Canadian Immigration Visa?

    No, it does not. Before IRCC issues the visa, they keenly follow these statutory requirements: 

    • Health 
    • Security 
    • Originality of documents

    Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

    Skilled workers who would like to live quebec can apply for particular program which is Quebec Skilled Worker Program for permanent residency in Canada. Quebec has own set of rules for application.

    Eligibility for Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

    You can apply for QSWP;

    • You hold a quebec selection certificate, provided by government of quebec
    • You can submit a permanent residency application with police verification

    To apply for QSWP, you need to score certain number of points in different categories.



    Without Spouse

    With Spouse










    Language Proficiency 



    Connection to Quebec 



    Accompanying Spouse



    Valid Job Offer



    Employability Eligibility Score






    Capability of financial autonomy



    Minimum Eligibility



    Documentation for Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

    There is a checklist of documents;

    Documents for identity and civil status
    • Passport
    • Pan Card
    • Birth Certificate
    • Marriage Certificate
    • Voter ID
    • Aadhar Card
    Documents for Work Experience

    Following documents of your employment proof;

    • Letter of experience from your present and previous employers
    • Appointment letter issued by your current and previous employers
    • Letter of revision issued by your previous employers
    • Pay-slip for the last six months
    Documents needed for proof of language proficiency

    Language proficiency in english or french is must you can take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam or Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) for english and est d’Évaluation de Français (TEF) for french. 

    Documents of proof of travel

    You must have valid passport or a travel documents while applying for permanent residency visa. Your passport is to be considered your ticket for abroad travelling. 

    Documents of proof of marriage and children

    Documents for your spouse is marriage certificate and Birth certificate is for your dependent children are required. 

    Police clearance certificate

    Police clearance certificate ensures that you do not have any criminal record or background in your country.

    • Provide police clearance certificate of that country where you lived more than 6 months
    • Certificate will be invalid if it is collected more than 6 months before your application date.
    Financial Evidence

    You need to show proof of funds for settlement in quebec.


    Funds Required

    1 Adult

    $ 3016

    1 Adult and 1 minor child

    $ 4052

    1 Adult and 2 minor children

    $ 4574

    1 Adult and 3 minor children

    $ 5096

    1 Adult and more than 3 minor children

    $ 522 per child

    1 Adult and 1 adult child or more

    $ 1406 per child

    2 Adults

    $ 4222

    2 Adults and 1 minor child

    $ 4954

    2 Adults and 2 minor children

    $ 5347

    2 Adults and 3 minor children

    $ 5739

    2 Adults and more than 3 minor children

    $ 393 per child

    2 Adults and 1 adult child

    $ 1406 per child

    Application Process for Quebec
    • Get your application package
    • Fill out print and sign the form 
    • Pay your application fee
      • This includes
        • Processing fee 
        • Permanent residency fee
        • Biometric fee
        • Third party fee
    • Send your application
    • You will be asked for a biometric exam
    • Appear interview if needed
    • Get your PR card
    Cost of Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

    Costs involved in immigration through the Quebec Skilled Workers program.

    Application fee:

    • Principal Applicant: $785
    • Spouse: $168
    • Dependent Child(each): $168

    Visa fees:

    • Principal Applicant and Spouse: $550 CAD
    • Dependent: $150 CAD

    Right to Permanent Residence Fee:

    • Principal Applicant and Spouse: $490 CAD

    Also the medical examinations, police clearance certificates and language testing costs are involved.

    Processing time for Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

    It takes 6 months to process your application.

    Related FAQs
    Can a candidate apply to QSWP if he/she intends to live somewhere else in Canada?

    Selected immigrants for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program are those who wish to settle there. No application will be made if the federal immigration authorities come to the conclusion that the candidate does not intend to settle in Quebec. But it's also true that the QSWP grants the applicant the same Canadian rights, ensuring their freedom of movement.

    What will happen if the candidate decides to shift to a new country during the processing of his/her application?

    If and when there is a change of residence, MIFI must be notified. If the processing time is less than anticipated, the applicant may file a request to move the territory for treatment of the application.

    Does the candidate gain points if he/she acquires new experience during the evaluation or processing of his/her application?

    Within 30 days of the change's occurrence, specifics must be communicated. Changes in address, career transitions, educational paths, and points are a few examples of changes.

    Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

    If you are a skilled worker or an international graduate who want to live in Atlantic province of Canada then this program is meant for you. 

    There is 4 Atlantic Province’s;

    • New foundland and Labrador
    • New Brunswick
    • Prince Edward Island
    • Nova Scotia

    This program is employer-driven which helps employees to get PR. For qualify for this program, you need to be recent graduate from publicly funded institute of Atlantic Canadian region or a skilled worker.

    Eligibilty for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)
    • Receive job offer by designated employer of Atlantic Canada
    • Recent graduate and temporarily living in Atlantic Canada for education

    In case you receive job offer

    • Ask for confirmation of designation
    • Ask your employer to be designated for the program

    Atlantic International Graduate Program Eligibility

    • Degree or diploma from publicly funded institutes of Atlantic Canada
    • Within the 2 yrs of course you live in province at least 16 months
    • Essential language course in english and french
    • Proof of funds that shows you can support yourself and your family while staying in Canada. 

    Atlantic High-Skilled Program Eligibility

    • You must have work experience of at least 1 year
    • High school diploma or equivalent degree in Canada is important
    • Language proficiency
    • Proof of funds

    Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program Eligibilty

    • Worked in job that needs high school education and job specific training for a year
    • Canadian high school diploma or equivalent degree is important
    • Language test
    • Proof of funds

    Documentation for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

    • Language proficiency test
    • ECA report
    • Proof of funds
    • Other documents
    Application Process for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)
    1. Get application form 
    2. Get a job offer
    3. Meet the above mentioned eligibility requirements
    4. Get an Atlantic province for endorsement
    5. Fill up the form and submit the fee
    6. Wait for application review
    7. Receive your PR card
    Cost of Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)



    Your application

    Processing fee ($825) and right of permanent residence fee ($500)


    Your application (without right of permanent residence fee)


    Include your spouse or partner

    Processing fee ($825) and right of permanent residence fee ($500)


    Include your spouse or partner (without right of permanent residence fee)


    Include a dependent child

    225(per child)

    Note: Dependent children are exempt from paying the Right of Permanent Residence fee.

    Biometrics fees


    Biometrics (per person)


    Biometrics (per family) (2 or more people)

    Maximum fee for a family of 2 or more people applying at the same time and place


    Processing Time for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

    It takes around 6 months to process your application.

    Related FAQs


    How can I get permanent residency through AIPP?

    The candidate must submit their completed permanent residency application to IRCC. Applications for AIPP are handled and evaluated in around 6 months. The candidate must send the recommendation letter and other crucial papers along with the PR application.

    Is a job letter mandatory for AIPP Canada?

    It is, indeed. To participate in the pilot program, the candidate must have a job letter from a specific employer in Atlantic Canada.

    Is a temporary work permit necessary?

    No, it is not required. However, if a candidate satisfies all requirements for permanent residency under AIPP Canada, they are qualified for one.

    Other Different Ways to Immigrate to Canada

    Other Different Ways to Immigrate to Canada

    You can apply for PR Visa through various other ways:

    Family Sponsorship Program

    Through the Family Sponsorship Program, one can sponsor their certain family members or relatives to come to Canada.

    After receiving PR status, your family or relatives can also work in Canada, Study in Canada, and Live in Canada.

    Family sponsorship program allows you to support your spouse / live-in-partner / common-law-partner, your children, and qualified family members. 


    You can apply for family sponsorship program when you are a citizen od Canada, a permanent resident of Canada, and a person registered in canada as an indian as per the Canadian Indian Act. 

    Business Immigration Program

    Business immigration program allows skilled workers to work and live in Canada. This program is created to enhance Canadian labour market.

    There are 4 categories under business immigration program
    Self-employed Program

    You can apply under this stream when you :

    • Have at least 2 years of experience in your field
    • Meet tertiary or skills requirement
    • Are aged between 18 – 35 years
    • Show proficiency in Canada’s official languages
    • Have the adaptability to assimilate into Canadian society
    Start-up Visa

    You can apply for Start-up Visa when you have 

    • Have a qualifying business
    • A Commitment Certificate and Letter of Support from a designated entity
    • Sufficient available and transferable settlement funds (amounts change each year)
    • Proficiency in English or French language equal to Canadian Language Benchmark level 5
    Business Visitor Visa

    You are eligible to apply for Canada Business Visitor Visa when you :

    • Don’t plan to stay for more than 6 months in Canada
    • Have no plans to enter the Canadian labor market
    • Place of your main business outside of Canada
    • Meet Canada’s basic entry requirements
    • Have funds to support your stay and return journey
    Entrepreneur Visa Program

    Application eligibility criteria for Entrepreneur Visa are :

    • Owning a lawful and profitable business 
    • Controlling at least 25% of the capital equity
    • Minimum of 2 years of experience in running a business within 5 years of application date
    • Willing to create employment in Canada
    • Having a net worth of $300,000
    Study Visa

    If a student wants to pursue their higher studies in Canada then they can choose Canada Study Visa.


    You can apply for Canadian Study Visa if you :

    • are enrolled at a designated learning institution (DLI)
    • meet English Language skills requirement
    • financial provision to pay tuition fees
    • enough fund to support yourself and your dependant family members (if any) in Canada
    • meet health and character requirements
    Work Permit

    Immigration to Canada is made temporary by a Canada work permit. To prolong your stay, you can extend your work permit visa. You may also apply for Canadian permanent residence after gaining suitable job experience in Canada.


    You can apply for a work permit when you :

    • You will leave Canada after your work permit expires
    • Have enough money to support your stay in Canada and return journey to home
    • Meet health and character requirements
    Refugee and Asylum Seekers

    The quantity of refugee sponsorship and asylum seeker programs in Canada is impressive. Communities and private individuals can participate directly in such schemes. The Canadian government offers refugees and asylum seekers security and protection.

    Such programs offer protection to people who may face :

    • The risk of death and/or
    • Cruelty and/or
    • Torture upon return to their country
    Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) Grounds

    People in extraordinary circumstances, who are ineligible to apply for PR under regular circumstances, may do so on the basis of humanitarian and compassionate (H&C) considerations.

    Influential Elements

    The following variables are evaluated for the H&C application:

    • How firmly the candidate is rooted in Canada
    • general family connections to Canada
    • The interests of any concerned children, if any
    • What may happen if the immigration department denies the request for permanent residence
    Additional Elements

    The following requirements also apply on humanitarian and compassionate grounds:

    • Applications for H&C and PR status in Canada are taken into consideration together.
    • Requests for H&C from applications for temporary residents are not allowed.
    • At any one moment, only one application for humanitarian or compassionate reasons is approved.
    • The following justifications for H&C are not taken into consideration:
      • Persecution
      • danger to life
      • Unusual and cruel treatment
      • Punishment
    • If the applicant has a pending refugee claim, they cannot apply on H&C grounds.

      Any “one-year bar” is invalid for H&C applications. When: 

      • You have children that are under the age of 18. If you were to leave Canada, it would have a profound impact on him or her.
      • You or a dependant has a medical condition that poses a serious risk to life. In your own nation, the ailment cannot be treated.

    How Province Immigration Can Helps You?

    • Profile Evaluation: We check your particular profile history with the criteria for visa eligibility and advise you as to which visas you need to apply for.
    • Resume Writing: We assist you in preparing a CV that attracts the attention of the relevant immigration authority.
    • Obtaining documents: Assist you in gathering the paperwork required to apply for a visa.
    • professional direction: We are always here to help you, whether it be with interview preparation, French/English classes, working samples for resumes and cover letters, or help with application forms, medical clearance certificates, or police clearance certificates. 
    • Dedicated Case Officer: Throughout the process, we provide you with individualized support and serve as the company’s primary point of contact.
    • Post-Landing Services: After you’ve gotten your visa, we assist you in settling down in the nation. These services are specially tailored to meet your needs. With province immigration, you can anticipate a one-stop solution for all of your visa needs, including profile evaluation, documentation, application preparation, and post-visa services.

    Other Important FAQs

    What is the Temporary Status In Canada?

    Work Permits: Those who do not reside in Canada or hold Canadian citizenship are eligible for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in that country. There are numerous chances in this program for temporary workers, both skilled and unskilled.

    The program's two primary prerequisites are:

    • There will be a job offer for you from a Canadian business. To improve the Canadian labor market should be the temporary position's goal.
    • You shouldn't be denied entry to Canada for any reason. You may be denied admission for a variety of reasons, including financial, criminal, and medical ones. 

    Study Permits: Students who desire to formally study in Canada are given a Study Permit. If a foreign applicant's student permit application is accepted, their eTA or temporary resident visa will also be accepted automatically.

    • Except for those who are exempt from the requirement of a study permit, all students should apply for the visa. 
    • able to enter and apply for the same.
    • following arrival, qualified to submit a permission application. 

    Visitors' Permits: People traveling to Canada are given visitors' permits. You are permitted to stay in Canada for a period of six months on a visitor's visa. Nevertheless, you are permitted to visit as often as you like within ten years of your application or up to one month before your passport expires.

    Can I travel to my home country and re-enter Canada on a valid study permit and expired visa?

    You can enter the country with an eTA and study permission if you are from a nation that does not require a visa. If not, you must reapply from Canada or another country for a temporary resident visa.

    What is the validity of a temporary visa?

    The validity of the temporary visa is 10 years.

    How long can I stay as a tourist in Canada?

    You can stay for 6 months as a tourist in Canada.

    Can I have a temporary visitor visa and apply for permanent residency?

    No. A visitor or a tourist simply cannot do this. However, you can apply for a PR visa if you are going on business.

    What are some other kinds of immigration?

    Other Permanent Visa Categories:

    • Family Class
    • Business Investor
    • Business Entrepreneur
    • Business self-employed

    Temporary Status in Canada:

    • Work Permits
    • Study Permits 
    • Visitor Permits

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