Thursday, May 30, 2013


Post-Graduate Work Permit

The Canadian Post-Graduate Work Permit allows international students who have graduated from an eligible program at a post-secondary institution to experience working in Canada. A Canada work permit is intended as a direct route to apply for permanent residence through the Canadian Immigration Experience Class visa.


A Post Graduate Work Permit, like some other Canadian visa applications, offers international students no restrictions on the type of employment you seek and no job offer needs to be in place. The program extends your opportunity to gain valuable Canadian work experience, an important factor when applying for Canadian citizenship through the Canadian Experience Class program.
To be eligible for immigration to Canada via the Experience Class program, you will need a minimum of one year of work experience in Canada in managerial, professional or technical positions, at level 0, A or B under the National Occupational Classification system.


International students applying for this type of working permit must have studied full-time for eight months preceding the completion of their program of studies and graduated from a public post-secondary institution, such as a college, university or CEGEP (in Quebec); or a private post-secondary institution that operates under the same rules and regulations as public institutions.
The private school has to receive at least 50 percent of its financing for its overall operations from government grants (currently, only private college-level educational institutions in Quebec qualify). Alternatively, international students from a private Canadian institution authorized by provincial or territorial statute to confer degrees also qualify.
International students intending to relocate to Canada must apply for a Post Graduate Work Permit within 90 days of receiving written confirmation that they have met the minimum requirements at the institution they have been studying. The Canadian study visa must also be valid when they apply for the Canadian Post Graduate work permit. 

One point worth remembering is, if your study course lasted less than two years but longer than eight months, you are still eligible for the Post-Graduate Work Permit, however, the work permit visa must be longer than your period of study.

You may also like to view our Canda sponsored visa guide once you have read this page.


The Post Graduate Work Permit visa has been extended to three years across all of Canada. At the end of the three years, as long as you have amassed one year's employment experience in managerial, professional or technical position you can apply for permanent residence in Canada through the Canadian Experience Class. Find out further information on our Sponsor Visa page.

Monday, May 27, 2013




Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Canada, 18 years of age or older, may sponsor close relatives or family members who want to become permanent residents of Canada. Sponsors must promise to support the relative or family member and their accompanying family members for a period of three to 10 years to help them settle in Canada.

You can sponsor relatives or family members from abroad if they are:

• spouses, common-law or conjugal partners 16 years of age or older;
• parents and grandparents;
• dependent children, including adopted children;
• children under 18 years of age whom you intend to adopt;
• children under guardianship;
• brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces or grandchildren who are orphans; under the age of 18 and not married or in a common-law relationship; or
• you may also sponsor one relative of any age if you do not have an aunt, uncle or family member from the list above who you could sponsor or who is already a Canadian citizen, Indian or permanent resident.

A son or daughter is dependent when the child:

• is under the age of 22 and does not have a spouse or common-law partner;
• is a full time student and is substantially dependent on a parent for financial support since before the age of 22, or since becoming a spouse or common-law partner (if this happened before age 22); or
• is financially dependent on a parent since before the age of 22 because of a disability.

Spouse or Common-Law Partner in Canada Class

You may also sponsor a spouse or common-law partner from within Canada if they have been living with you in Canada and have maintained their legal temporary status. Sponsorship of a spouse or common-law partner includes their dependent children whether inside or outside of Canada.

Sponsoring a Relative or Family Member

If you want to sponsor any of the above listed relatives or family members, you may have to meet certain income requirements. If you have previously sponsored relatives or family members who have received social assistance, you may not be allowed to sponsor another person. Sponsorship is a considerable commitment so you should take this obligation seriously. To sponsor a relative or family member you must sign an Undertaking with the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. You must also sign a Sponsorship Agreement with your relative or family member that outlines your mutual commitments to each other

Applying as a Sponsored Immigrant

If you wish to become a permanent resident of Canada, your relative or family member in Canada must first apply to sponsor you. You must be one of the relatives or family members listed above to be eligible for sponsorship. Both you and your sponsor need to sign a Sponsorship Agreement. The Agreement outlines your mutual obligations to each other. Your sponsor must promise to support you and your family members financially for three to 10 years so that you will not need to apply for social assistance. You must promise to make every effort to become self-supporting (unless you are elderly.) There is lots of help out there for those looking for work. Find out more about Working in Canada

Applications for Sponsorship and Immigration to Canada from Abroad

Before your relative or family member can immigrate to Canada, you must sponsor that person. Your relative or family member must then apply for immigration. Learn more and print the information guides and applications you need for sponsorship and immigration

Applications for Sponsorship and Immigration from Within Canada

In some cases, you may sponsor a spouse or common-law partner who is already living with you in Canada. Learn more and print the information guides and applications you need for sponsorship and immigration.

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Friday, May 24, 2013




Student Visa

The Student Visa to Canada allows overseas students to study at many of its world-class Universities and Colleges.

Most international students will need to obtain a Canada Study Permit (Student Visa) in order to attend school in Canada. If you apply to attend a school in Canada and receive a letter of acceptance, you are ready to apply for a Study Permit. Studying in Canada will prepare you for work in Canada, and it can also help you fast-track your Canadian immigration application if you wish to stay in Canada after you graduate.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013



***Great Cities and Pristine Nature -- Ontario
Ontario is a province that offers a diverse range of experiences. Visit world-famous Niagara Falls, then enjoy the culinary bounty in the wine country 
that surrounds it. With thousands of fresh water lakes and rivers, as well as the St. Lawrence River, Ontario is bordered on the south by four of 
five Great Lakes - Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake Superior making it a perfect destination for boating, fishing, camping and more.
Nature lovers are particularly drawn to the rugged tranquility of Algonquin Park, as well as the cottage country of Muskoka, Georgian Bay, Blue Mountain, 
the Kawarthas, and the Thousand Islands where the opportunities for birding, wildlife viewing, hiking, skiing and snowshoeing are exceptional. 
Those looking for a urban beat head for the bright lights of Toronto and Ottawa - two of Canada's largest cities and the provincial and national capitals - which offer world-class attractions, dining, theatre, performing arts, museums & galleries, shopping and more.

***Ontario's Provincial Capital and Vibrant Urban Centre -- Toronto
Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, is a vibrant, multi-cultural city that boasts an incredible range of attractions and events. 
Perhaps its best known landmark is the world-famous CN Tower, a national icon and one of the world’s tallest buildings. 
Visitors rocket to the top at 15 mph in a dizzying, 58-second elevator ride then enjoy 360-degree city views from the fine dining restaurant at the pinnacle. 
Visitors to Toronto can enjoy discovering the artwork and all the action in the boutiques, galleries, theaters and cafés of the pedestrian-only Distillery District, or hit the high-end boutiques on Bloor Street or at the Eaton's Centre. Later they can take in world-class theatre, opera, symphony and more in the booming theatre district or head for the Beaches, the city’s popular lakefront neighborhood where sidewalk cafés, trendy restaurants and pubs welcome everyone from bohemian artists to financiers..

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***Unexpected Adventure -- Manitoba
Your unexpected adventure begins in Manitoba. 
Start in the north where the great polar bears gather along the shores of Hudson Bay. 
Spend some time on the tundra spotting rare ptarmigans and kayak amongst thousands of friendly singing beluga whales. 
Cast a line into those cool, clean inland lakes—all 110,000 of them—for hulking lake trout and feisty northern pike or visit cottage country around Lake Winnipeg, only an hour north of one of Canada’s “cultural capitals”. Let the Royal Winnipeg Ballet whirl you into a fantasy land. 
Groove at the Winnipeg Folk Festival and jig to a fiddle tune at Festival Du Voyageur.

***Canada’s adventure playground -- British Columbia
British Columbia welcomes you into adventure. Learn to surf on the relentless Pacific waves of Tofino; swirl-and-sample award-winning local wines in the arid Okanagan Valley. Dine at cosmopolitan seafood restaurants in Vancouver; be awed by wild whale sightings in the remote Haida Gwaii. 
Carve up untracked powder in Whistler; immerse yourself in the Gold Rush history of Barkerville. Engage with First Nations cultures at aboriginal heritage sites; spot bears, eagles and elk in pristine coastal rainforests.





Basic Things you need to know living in Canada

Canada is one of the most progressive country in terms of economy, standard, way of living, and in most aspects. The quality of life is notably sky is the limit. It provides a very wide range of standard of living, good health care, efficient social security, quality public education, low crime rate, country’s stability and fast growing economy, and clean environment.

Canada, as the second largest country in area in the globe, supports and advocates a free and democratic society. The Canadian constitution, called the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guarantees everyone the right to equality, mobility, and freedom of speech, assembly and association. Thus, the unity of all the citizen meets.

Immigration Programs

Canada is also one of the progressive countries in the world with an active program for permanent immigration. In fact, Canada accepts more immigrants and refugees, in proportion to its population, than any other country. Giving opportunities to those who wants to have and experience life at its fullest.

One out of every six Canadian residents was born outside the country. Directly or indirectly, immigration policy has touched the lives of every Canadian, and it has helped make Canada a culturally rich, prosperous and progressive nation.

Citizenship and Immigration assesses immigrants and visitors on standards, which do not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, or sex. In addition, the immigration program is universal -- applicants from around the world are assessed against exactly the same criteria.

Natural Resources

Canada is a land of great natural beauty. With its Atlantic and Pacific coasts, vast forests, mountain ranges, lakes and sprawling prairie, Canada is rich in natural resources. In addition to the main landmass, it has numerous islands and has the world’s largest number of lakes and inland waters.
Much of Canada is in the Earth’s Frigid Zone and experiences severe winter weather. The rest of Canada is in the Earth’s North Temperate Zone and has more moderate four-season climate.


The federal government is responsible for such national matters as foreign affairs, national defense, trade and commerce. It also shares many powers with the provincial governments. The provincial government takes care of education, transportation, health, and social services.

The municipal government controls local matters such as police, schools, garbage collection, and property taxes. It is headed by a mayor with representatives acting as councilors.

Canada is an independent constitutional monarchy and has three tiers of government: federal, provincial, and municipal (for towns and cities).

Canada's head of state is the Queen of England. She is represented by the Governor General in Canada and has a mainly symbolic role.

Judicial System

In Canada, federal, provincial, and municipal governments pass laws. The courts interpret and enforce the laws, although separate from the government. There are different types of courts dealing with different areas of the law. The Canadian court system consists of three levels: trial courts, appeal courts, and the Supreme Court of Canada, which is the court of final appeal. Interpreters who speak your language are available upon request to assist you in court.

Health and Welfare

The federal and provincial governments share social welfare responsibility. The federal government administers national programs such as the Canada Pension Plan, Canada Assistance Plan, old-age security pensions, family allowances, youth allowances, and unemployment insurance.

Financial aid is provided to the provinces by the federal government for public assistance programs. Local governments provide for and administer most public assistance programs. Health and Welfare Canada is the federal agency that administers health matters.

All Canadian residents are granted medical coverage under the national Medical Care Insurance Program also known as Medicare. The program provides comprehensive coverage for all medically required services rendered by physicians and surgeons on a nonprofit basis.


Canada is one of the most industrialized countries in the world. Its abundant natural resources supply the raw materials. Agriculture is the main economic activity but industrialization has outstripped the land-based economy and established itself.

Industrialization has created a great demand for workers. The need for professionals and skilled workers prompted the Canadian government to allow immigration as a method to fill the void in areas where local residents are unable or unwilling to meet local demand.

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