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There are ways on how you can get to your dream country without any hassle. You just need to consider the 3 Possible Ways to Immigrate to Canada and more efficient if you consider to ask for legal aid from Russ Weninger|Calgary Immigration Lawyer.

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why immigrate to canada
Why  Immigrate to Canada?
  • Canada is an attractive, large, beautiful country
  • A safe place to live
  • Canadian standard of

living tends to remain



The Express Entry system first requires applicants to complete an online profile that assigns them points, based on things like age, work history, educational background, language ability, family situation, and arranged employment. 

provincial nominee program s
Provincial Nominee Program(s)
  • PNP applicants must first apply for nomination through a province’s PNP stream. Once nominated, applicants can then apply to CIC for permanent residence.
spousal or common law partner sponsorship
Spousal or Common-law Partner Sponsorship
  • Those who are legally married to Canadians or permanent residents may be able to apply right away. For those living in common-law relationships with Canadians or permanent residents, they must wait to apply until after they have been in those relationship for at least one year.