There are various reasons for a country to allow – and even encourage to some extent – immigration. In Canada, the shortage of skilled professionals, economic growth, and an aging population are only some of the reasons why Canada needs immigrants.
Canadian citizenship comes with several privileges, including the right to vote and run for political office and the right to leave and enter Canada, regardless of the length of time spent outside the country.
The majority of citizenship applications are processed within a year; however, you may apply for urgent processing in special cases.
As of 19 March 2018, potential sponsors can confirm whether or not they have been selected by looking up their unique confirmation number online.
The Canadian province of Nova Scotia created a new immigration stream to attract general practitioners, family physicians, and specialist physicians.
A positive LMIA will basically show that there is a need for the foreign worker to fill a specific job. It will also show that no Canadian worker is available to do the job. Thus, the employer must look abroad for a qualified employee.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was an American immigration policy that protected undocumented immigrants who entered the United States as minors from deportation. After a background check, those individuals were also able to get renewable two-year work and study permits.