Canada has 10 provinces each with unique immigration programs but the questions here is
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Canada is not just only one of the best countries to immigrate to in the world cool but it’s the best country to easily get permanent residency (PR)
In Canada, each and every province has got its own government rule and even the permanent residence rule and application process changes in each province.
Thus, now prospective immigrants are looking at the province where getting PR is very easy and also, the unemployment rate is low.
Choosing a province is vital for an immigrant and this plays an important role when it comes to settling down in Canada
Here is the list of the provinces
Note that what I took as my factors are unemployment rate and cool province where getting PR is very easy. Some province like Novo Scotia is easy but what about the unemployment rate. I’m sure you will agree with me that all the above-mentioned provinces have low employment rate compare to Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Back to our discussion smiley out of all the above-mentioned provinces, Saskatchewan and Quebec (For those that can speak French) are the two provinces that have easy permanent residence rule and lowest unemployment rate.
Saskatchewan is, without doubt, the most targeted province for immigrants, newcomers and international students. The good news is that international students from abroad can apply for permanence in Saskatchewan without a job offer
The time for obtaining permanent resident status in Saskatchewan is usually up to 10 months.
In addition, the province is rich in oil production. They are many job opportunities you can get in mining and petroleum and the rate of unemployment is low smiley
As for immigrants, the Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program (SINP) has many options or alternatives means of entry to Canada.
The SINP allows Saskatchewan to choose candidates who qualify under criteria established by the province, to the federal government for landed immigrant status. The good news is that there is no deadline to apply for the SINP and thus, you can apply anytime
Quebec province is the only Canadian French-speaking province as well as the second most populous province after Ontario. Many job opportunities are available in the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology, information and communication industry, and aerospace. Rate of unemployment is less than 12%
In addition, a lot of newcomers and immigrants take part in the provincial nominee program [PNP] of Quebec because you can get permanent residence within two years
For prospective immigrants
First, learn a skill while waiting for ITA. There are many skills you can learn. Like graphic design, programming, forklift, database management, and scrum just to mention a few
Secondly, learn a language at least. Don’t be lazy to learn a language. Language opens more opportunities. In Ontario province, they prefer someone who is bilingual to someone who only speaks one language (this is what my Canadian friend told me) Also, Canada is a country that has two languages as official languages. So, learning French is good for the sake of communication when you meet someone who speaks only French.
Thirdly, lower your expectations. Don’t think once you touch down in Canada, you will start plucking money on the tree. It’s a gradual process but in the end nko, everybody go dey alright las las.
I wish all the prospective immigrants good luck and May you succeed in your endeavors.
That would be all for now… Viel Glück (Good luck)