From the Author
This book has the potential to turn you into an immigration consultant.
From the Back Cover
This is a 3 in 1 guide. The 1st part of this guide provides information about the new Immigration and Refugee Protection Act effective from June 28, 2002. It covers all immigration categories like skilled worker class, business class, family class (sponsorship) and provincial Nomination. It describes the eligibility criteria for Canadian immigration in every class and how to apply in every category.
The 2nd part of this guide will provide you comprehensive step-by-step settlement information that you must know before arriving in Canada. This information will help you to successfully settle in Canada by knowing Canadian laws, education, taxation and healthcare systems, Canadian culture and labour market. Addresses for newcomers to find help within their communities throughout Canada.
The 3rd part of this guide is the most important one, which provides employment search guide for skilled workers who are seeking employment in Canadian workplace.
If you do not have any degree or diploma and cannot qualify for Canadian immigration under point system or any other category but if you have 1-3 years of apprenticeship and experience in your skill with good English or French language ability or both then you can try for Temporary Work Permit in Canada based on job offer. Canada issue around 90,000 temporary work permits every year and this is the shortest route to be in Canada allowing you to discover new lifestyle.
This guide also contains an article on job search strategies in Canadian workplace approved by Human Resource Development Canada (HRDC) with a comprehensive list of job search websites for all professions from Hi-Tech to traditional, where you will be able to register online with thousands of Canadian and American recruiting agencies and employers for free. There is also a list of necessary websites for people who wants to start a small business in Canada and for people with disabilities.
This book has been produced with the approval of Citizenship and Immigration (CIC) Canada and with the authorization of Communication Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1M4 Canada