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They may accomplish this by applying their capital and know-how to Canadian business ventures, which will create jobs for Canadians and help the Canadian economy. The Self-employed Category facilitates the entry of individuals who can contribute towards Canada’s cultural and artistic life.
There has been a sudden need worldwide for “Arranged Employment” in Canada. Arranged Employment is an offer made by a Canadian employer for a permanent position, which has been approved/ confirmed by Service Canada.
The employer must be able to demonstrate that any information provided in the context of an LMIA application, including any supporting documentation, was accurate. Note that employers, not third parties submitting requests for LMIAs on behalf of employers, are responsible for the accuracy of all information submitted on the LMIA application. Our experienced staff will educate and guide you about your responsibilities as an employer and compliance process.Consequences of non-compliance:
The employer must be able to demonstrate that any information provided in the context of an LMIA application, including any supporting documentation, was accurate. Note that employers, not third parties submitting requests for LMIAs on behalf of employers, are responsible for the accuracy of all information submitted on the LMIA application.
Every year, thousands of foreign nationals come to Canada to visit as a tourist. There are certain conditions which foreign national should meet in order to become eligible to visit Canada as a tourist. Some of the factors which are frequently assessed by visa officer are:
A temporary resident in Canada is someone who is not a Canadian Citizen/Permanent Resident but is legally in Canada for a temporary purpose including students, workers and visitors. The temporary residents in Canada must have proper authorization to enter or live in Canada. There are number of programs available to enter Canada as temporary residents.
The Temporary Resident Visa covers all kind of visitors including business visitors. The only difference is the factors which will be assessed by the visa officer in order to determine whether you are eligible for a visitor visa. Some of the factors which will be assessed by the visa officers in this category are:
This visa gives eligible parents or grandparents permission to live in Canada continuously for a period of two years, which is otherwise restricted for 6 months for a normal visitor visa. In order to be eligible to apply for a super visa, the applicant has to meet certain conditions:
International Experience Canada (IEC) provides young individuals the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. IEC is available in countries that have a bilateral youth mobility arrangement with Canada. Depending on where you are from, you can choose from up to three travel and work experiences.
If you are a non-Canadian citizen interested in working and traveling in Canada, check with us the specific eligibility criteria for your country of citizenship to find out if you are eligible to apply.
The first step would be to complete an online Express Entry profile. Important information for the profile will include the following;
Those who meet the criteria of one of the three programs as mentioned will be accepted into a pool of candidates. Accuracy, correctness and verification of information provided is extremely important while creating your profile. We will work closely with applicants to ensure there won’t be problems at the later stages of application.
Note: Acceptance in the Express Entry pool does not guarantee a candidate will be issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence. You will be competing against a pool of candidates to get ITA.
Candidates in the pool are ranked, using a point-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System. Points are awarded using the information in their profile. Candidates with the highest scores in the pool will be issued an Invitation to Apply. A candidate can get additional points for:
These additional points will make a candidate rank high enough to be invited to apply at the next eligible round of invitations.If someone is invited to apply, they will have 60 days to submit an online application for permanent residence.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada will process the majority of complete applications (meaning those with all the necessary supporting documents) in six months or less.
Candidates can stay in the pool for up to 12 months. If they do not get an Invitation to Apply for permanent residence within 12 months of submitting an Express Entry profile, they may submit a new profile. If they still meet the criteria, they can re-enter the pool. This will prevent backlogs and ensure quick processing times.
Note: Based on recent data it has come to our notice that there are significant issues with the current system. Mid-year report issued by CIC shows that out of 12,928 IT as issued, only 655 applications have been actually approved.
Yes. You can apply for work permit if you have a positive LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) or Arranged employment
IENs should start the NNAS application process as soon as possible. Before having a clinical competency assessment and writing the NCLEX, they will need to review their entry level nursing knowledge, and become familiar with the scope, standards and competencies for nursing practice in Canada. Both the PDC NLM and the PDD NPC program courses assist the IEN to prepare to meet eligibility requirements for registration.
IEN’s also need to meet the English fluency requirements. Please see web link below for CRNBC English requirements:
Please refer to the CRNBC website below for information on eligibility to apply for Registration.
The majority of IEN’s are required by the provincial nursing regulatory body to complete a clinical competency assessment. The process differs slightly between provinces. In British Columbia, the Substantially Equivalent Competency (SEC) assessment model has been utilized. However there is a new model being developed, which will be implemented in spring 2016.
NCAS Competency Assessment Model (new model-coming approx. March 2016).
“The proposed NCAS Competency Assessment Model will consist of three assessment tools: a computer-based simulation style assessment, an in-person simulation lab assessment using mannequins and standardized patients, and candidate de-briefing.
This is a 2-5 day assessment consisting of several different forms of assessment of your clinical competency. These involve multiple choice questions, short answer questions, a self-assessment tool, one-on-one interviews and an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Clinical judgment and triple jump assessments (assesses knowledge, problem-solving, critical thinking, organizational, client assessment and self-evaluation skills, as well as self-directed learning abilities) are also included as opportunities to demonstrate your nursing practice in a clinical nursing lab setting.
An Internationally Educated Nurse, (BSC and GNM), who has practiced as an RN outside of Canada is eligible to apply to the National Nursing Assessment Service at: www.nnas.ca to seek registration/licensure to practice in Canadian jurisdictions. As long as the nurse has held a nursing license and has practiced as an RN, then they are eligible to apply.
Midwifery is a recognized profession in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia. For further information, please refer to the Canadian Association of Midwives.