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Why Canada needs Immigrants?
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Hope you are keeping safe and doing good.

Immigration can be a major change / breakthrough in your life. It’s a dream for many people to settle in an abroad country with a good job, healthy environment and a luxury lifestyle.

Canada is one of the favorite countries for everyone to migrate. But why is Canada favorite for immigrants? How does the migration population help Canada? Let’s dig into it.

The average age of the population is moving up as life expectancy increases, birth rates decline and the baby boomer generation ages. By 2040, 25 per cent of the population will be at least 65 years old, up from 17 per cent today, according to Conference Board of Canada projections.

That’s not the only reason why Canada need immigrants. They are quite a few. We have listed out few important points here:

  • Immigrants contribute to the economy and create jobs for Canadians

The strength of Canada’s economy is measured in part by the number of people working (known as the labour force) and paying taxes to fund our public services, such as health care.

  • Immigrants deliver and improve our health and social services

Because many immigrants are young and economically active, they contribute more than they receive in benefits over their lifetime.

According to the 2016 Census, more than 335,000 immigrants work in health-related occupations.

  • Immigrants settle in communities across the country

According to the 2016 Census, the number of immigrants settling in small and midsize communities is growing.

Immigration in the Prairies and Atlantic Canada has more than doubled in the last 15 years.

The Government of Canada is promoting Francophone immigration to help Francophone minority communities thrive.

  • Immigrants integrate fully into Canadian society

Immigrating to Canada is an adjustment at first, but with time, immigrant voting rates, sense of belonging and earnings match those of Canadians.

Canada has one of the highest naturalization rates in the world. About 85% of newcomers become citizens.

 

There are also some reasons why Immigrants feel Canada is a welcoming place and safe to live in.

 

  • One-fifth of Canada’s population is foreign-born : It is important to know you are not alone as a new immigrant in Canada! Canada is a country of immigrants. 21.9% of people who live and work in Canada were not born in the country. Toronto has been called ‘the most multicultural city in the world’ and over 200 unique cultural groups reside in the city.
  • You can fast track immigration if you’re a skilled worker : Express Entry is Canada’s immigration program for skilled workers. The program aims to process new immigrants in 6 months or less.
  • Good healthcare options : Canada’s healthcare is the envy of their American neighbors to the south. It’s a tax-funded Medicare system where the government pays for people’s basic health insurance, which is then delivered by the private sector.
  • Education is top notch : When it comes to teaching their kids, the Canadians don’t mess around. In the OECD’s 2017 ranking of countries’ adult education levels (based on the percentage of 25-64 year olds with a degree), Canada came first with 56.27%.

Emigrantz Global Consultancy registered and partnered with ICCRC (ICCRC – R407847) has more than a decade’s experience in the immigration industry. We have been fulfilling the needs of Permanent residency, student visa, business visa and work permit aspirants for Canada along with other countries.

We are just a call / email away to help you in making your dreams come true.

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How is CRS Score Calculated

What is CRS Score and How is it Calculated?

CRS Score

 

Hey There,

Do you know about Canada express entry? One of the pathways to migrate to Canada. If you know about express entry, you might have heard about Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. Want to know about how your CRS score is calculated? How to improve your CRS score? Read this article, am sure it will clear all your queries.

Let’s get started, what is a CRS score?

Canada’s Express Entry immigration system is competitive. Only the candidates with the highest Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores receive invitations to apply for permanent resident status.

The CRS is a points-based system that is used to assess and score your profile and rank it in the Express Entry pool. Below are the points to look after:

  • Skills
  • Education
  • Language ability
  • Work experience
  • Other factors

When you apply through Canada’s Express Entry system, you will be able to score a maximum of 1,200 CRS points. There are two main categories where you can score CRS points:

  • Core points = 600 points
  • Additional points = 600 points

Core CRS Points

  1. Skills and experience factors
  2. Spouse or common-law partner factors ex: language skills and education; and
  3. Skills transferability ex: education and work experience.

Additional CRS Points

  1. Canadian degrees, diplomas or certificates
  2. A valid job offer
  3. A nomination from a province or territory
  4. A brother or sister living in Canada (citizen or permanent resident.
  5. Strong French language skills.

CORE POINTS + ADDITIONAL POINTS = TOTAL CRS SCORE

 

Have you claimed all the points you are eligible for?

  • Sibling in Canada: Do you have a sibling in Canada? Related through blood, adoption, marriage, or common-law partnership. If so, just prove the relationship and watch your CRS score increase by 15 points.
  • Second Language: You can claim points for both English and French under the CRS. If you are capable in both languages, make sure that you take an approved language test in both English and French to ensure that you’re getting as many points as possible.

There are other ways to improve your CRS scores, checkout our below pointers on it:

  • Retake your Language Test: If you haven’t maximized your approved language test scores, then this option could be the key to you getting a competitive CRS score.
  • Gain more work experience: If you are working outside Canada but have less than three years of full-time (or equivalent part-time) experience, keep working! While this work won’t bring points under the human capital factors, it is nonetheless rewarded in the skills transferability combinations.
  • Complete another educational program: This is definitely a long-term strategy for improving your CRS score. Regardless, gaining more education can result in a much higher CRS score. Not only do you receive CRS points for your level of education, education is an important component of the skill transferability factors section of the CRS.
  • Get a Canadian Job Offer: While the value of a qualifying job offer with respect to your CRS score is not as great as it once was — in most cases, down to 50 CRS points from a previous value of 600 points — obtaining a job offer remains an important factor.

Emigrantz Global Consultancy is the only consultancy in Saudi Arabia who can get you LMIA approved job offers in Canada.

Hope we have answered all your queries, need more clarification? Get in touch with our experts!

Emigrantz Global Consultancy registered and partnered with ICCRC (ICCRC – R407847) has more than a decade’s experience in the immigration industry. We have been fulfilling the needs of Permanent residency, student visa, business visa and work permit aspirants for Canada along with other countries.

We are just a call / email away to help you in making your dreams come true.

Contact us on : +966-547598555 / 966-569521000 / 966-541219841

Email : info@emigrantz.com / contact@emigrantz.com

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Australian Citizenship

Australian Citizenship

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Wondering how to get Australian citizenship? This blog is for you. We have covered the entire topic in detail. Let’s start with what is the eligibility criteria to apply for Australian Citizenship:

 

What are the general eligibility requirements to apply for Australian Citizenship?

To be eligible to apply for Australian citizenship, you must have:

  • Have been in Australia for 12 months as a permanent resident,
  • Have had absences from Australia of no more than 12 months (total) in the previous four years, including no more than 3 months (total) in the 12 months before applying
  • Have not been in Australia at any time without a valid visa in the four years preceding application
  • Understand the responsibilities and privileges of Australian citizenship
  • Be able to speak and understand basic English
  • Intend to reside in Australia or to maintain a close and continuing association with Australia

 

If you pass all the above criteria, you can apply with the below list of documents:

  • Original police certificates
  • Scans of your original documents if you are applying online
  • Certified copies of all other documents if you have to lodge a paper application
  • As much information as possible to help us decide your application
  • Each document only once, even if you are using it to show more than one thing

The process of getting Australian citizenship involved below steps:

  • Check your eligibility – click here
  • Prepare the list of documents required
  • Apply for citizenship – (online application / paper application)
  • Get your appointment date and attend citizenship test and interview
  • Take part in citizenship ceremony and make the Australian citizenship pledge to become an Australian!

Once you are an Australian Citizen, you are expected to abide by the below duties list.

  • Obey the law
  • Pay tax
  • Enroll to vote if above 18 years of age, and vote at all elections and referenda (unless there is a reasonable excuse such as a religious objection, being overseas or illness on polling day)

You can click here to check your eligibility for Australian citizenship.

We are here to help you in the process of getting it. Feel free to reach us through below details to make it happen for you.

Contact us on : +966-547598555 / 966-569521000 / 966-541219841

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Australian Citizenship is a privilege that offers valuable rewards for you and your family. During your Citizenship Ceremony you make a pledge to be obedient, loyal and respectful to the Australian law. In return for this, you are entitled to a great range of citizenship advantages that the Australian citizenship has to offer:

  • Living in Australia indefinitely
  • Getting an Australian Passport
  • Your children can also become Australian Citizens
  • Working in the Australian Defense Force and Public Service Sectors
  • Becoming a Member of the Australian Community
  • Getting financial Support for Education
  • Voting in Elections and becoming a candidate for parliament

Acquiring citizenship helps you stay indefinitely in Australia as well as to re-enter the country whenever you want to.

You also get the privilege of staying outside Australia as long as you wish to.

An Australian citizen returning to the country does not have to stand in long queues at the immigration counter.

So, why wait? Apply for Australian permanent residency with us today!

Emigrantz Global Consultancy registered and partnered with ICCRC (ICCRC – R407847) has more than a decade’s experience in the immigration industry. We have been fulfilling the needs of Permanent residency, student visa, business visa and work permit aspirants for Canada along with other countries.

We are just a call / email away to help you in making your dreams come true.

Contact us on : +966-547598555 / 966-569521000 / 966-541219841

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Education in Canada

 

Hi There!

In the last 2 blogs we spoke about citizenship & family sponsorship in Canada. Hope you enjoyed the content.

In this blog, we shall understand about studying in Canada. Why should anyone go to Canada for studies? What are the benefits? What are the scholarship programs available and much more…

Why should you study in Canada as an international student?

Canada is a land of endless possibilities. Each year, nearly 500,000 international students choose Canada as their study destination. The reasons are as plenty as they have vast open spaces, as diverse as Canadians, and as abundant as the opportunities available to those who live, work and study in Canada.

When you study in Canada, you invest in your future. After all, a Canadian education opens the door to employment and business opportunities, and life in Canada after your studies. Canada’s university degrees and college diplomas are recognized worldwide, yet their tuition fees are among the lowest in English speaking countries.

As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality and a stable, peaceful society. You’ll feel safe, secure and welcome.

From language studies to college, university and post-secondary studies, a Canadian education will open doors to endless possibilities.

After all, when you study in Canada you:

  • Receive a high-quality education recognized worldwide
  • Learn from world leading experts and academics
  • Make valuable contacts that will shape your future
  • Prepare for a career in the global marketplace

Click here to plan your student life in Canada

Scholarship programs for Non-Canadians:

Scholarship Name Applicable for Who applies
Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) – for mid-career professionals Mid-career professionals from ASEAN countries Individual candidates
Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) – for students Students from ASEAN countries Canadian institution
Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program Faculty or staff at post-secondary institutions in CARICOM countries Canadian institution
Canada-CARICOM Leadership Scholarships Program Students from CARICOM countries Canadian institution
Canada-CARICOM Skills Training for the Green Economy Scholarships Program Students from CARICOM countries Canadian colleges and institutes
Canada-Chile Leadership Exchange Scholarship Students from Chile Canadian institution
Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program Chinese graduates, teachers, researchers and senior professionals Individual candidates
Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program Students from Latin America and the Caribbean Canadian institution
Study in Canada Scholarships Students from: Algeria, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Libya, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, and Ukraine Canadian institution

Admission requirements and credits

 

Each university in Canada has its own requirements for admission and transferring credits from other institutions. To learn about admission requirements for the program you want to pursue, visit the website of the university you would like to attend. Contact the university directly to find out whether your existing credits can be applied toward that program.

To study at a Canadian university, you must provide proof of your English or French language capabilities, depending on the language you choose for your studies.

  • English-language universities may require you to write a Test of English as a Foreign Language(TOEFL), International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL).
  • French-language universities assess students individually. To learn what a certain university requires, check with the Office of the Registrar at the school you wish to attend.

Emigrantz Global Consultancy registered and partnered with ICCRC (ICCRC – R407847) has more than a decade’s experience in the immigration industry. We have been fulfilling the needs of Permanent residency, student visa, business visa and work permit aspirants for Canada along with other countries.

We are just a call / email away to help you in making your dreams come true.

Contact us on : +966-547598555 / 966-569521000 / 966-541219841

Email : info@emigrantz.com / contact@emigrantz.com

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