Having a job offer from a Canadian employer can be a great way to optimize your chances of obtaining Canadian permanent residency. A genuine job offer may entitle you to a work permit or permanent residency under various Federal and Provincial immigration programs. Both levels of government recognize that individuals are more likely to be successful Canadian permanent residents if they are currently living in Canada, contributing to Canadian society and to the economy, or if they have arranged employment upon their arrival.
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Related Canada Immigration Articles:
- Canada extends application period for Post-Graduation Work Permits, drops valid study permit requirement International graduates of eligible Canadian schools now have 180 days to apply for a PGWP
- If you’re in the Express Entry pool, these provincial immigration streams may be looking for you Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta use so-called 'passive' immigration streams to search the Express Entry pool for eligible candidates
- Ontario issues new invitations to French-speaking Express Entry candidates OINP has now issued 189 invitations through French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream in 2019