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How to settle down in canada after completing +2 in India…            

When we talk about immigrating to Canada after completing +2 and settle there, there are numerous questions that arise in minds of youngsters. Questions such as which course to study and what

should be It’s duration, how many years it take for an individual to settle down in Canada, after how much time can one feel financially stable and what not. The questions are uncountable. But in today’s blog, we will be discussing the most important and life changing decision of settling down in Canada after completing your +2 in India.

We all know that Canada has been one the most preferred destination by Indian students to study. The Canadian educational institutions offer vast variety of courses in different fields offering various specifications. So coming to Canada after +2 isn’t that big of a task. All you need to achieve is 70% in academics and 6 bands in IELTS exam to be eligible to immigrate to Canada. A majority of students who come to Canada often choose a 2 year diploma to study. In addition to studying, they are also allowed to work 20 hours a week during their semesters and 40 hours during their breaks. This is done to ensure that they can manage their expenses and don’t become a burden on the government.

After the completion of studies, students who want to apply for Permanent Residency first apply for Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). This highly sought-after work permit allows them to wo anywhere for any employer in Canada that too full time. The Work Permit lasts as long as the study program. Students must make sure that they are enrolled in that program  that  offers  them  the Work Permit. Such programs that are of at least 8 months of length and are from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada. Student must have studied full time during each academic session of the study program in order to use that experience towards the PGWP. There are also certain cases  when    international

students may be ineligible for Work Permit.
Now work permit itself is of two categories, The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) and The International Mobility Program (IMP).
The main difference between these two categories is that TFWP requires a Canadian employer to get what is called the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). In simple terms, LMIA is a way to prove that hiring a foreign worker will have a positive or neutral impact on the Canadian Labour Market. In the case of IMP, there is no need of LMIA’s because the program already exists to promote Canada’s broad economic, social and cultural policy objectives.

After a student has obtained the work permit, he is eligible to apply for Permanent Residency. He can either apply through Express Entry or the Provincial Nominee Program in order to obtain the PR. Each course you study in Canada and every work you do in Canada makes some points for you. These points are what are added to find your eligibility for PR. You can easily find out your points on the CRS calculator.

Every month, IRCC make draws with minimum points required to file for PR. If you have obtained that number of points then you are fully eligible to apply for PR… So this was the whole process starting from studying to getting the Canadian PR. We hope you liked the information we shared with you.

If you are planning to immigrate to Canada for your higher studies then don’t hesitate to contact the best VISA CONSULTANT in Amritsar.

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