How to immigrate to Canada from Saudi Arabia
For Skilled Workers and Professionals, Express Entry is a good option. Express Entry Program operates under federal economic immigration programs:
Canadian provinces and territories have access to the Express Entry Pool as well. This allows them to select and recruit candidates as per the provinces’ labor market needs.
Another option is the Quebec Skilled Workers Program
Foreign workers in Saudi Arabia, who speak French and want to settle as permanent residents in the Canadian province of Quebec may be eligible for emigration to Quebec through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. The Quebec Skilled Worker Program is a points-based program, which operates independently from the government of Canada’s own federal programs for skilled workers. Successful applicants are allowed to bring accompanying family members to Quebec. A job offer is not required.
Potential immigrants under PNP should have the necessary skills, education, necessary work experience, and eligible language examination results for semi or low-skilled trades or professions.
In order to qualify under the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), a Canadian province or territory must nominate an applicant.
How to Start the emigration process from Saudi Arabia to Canada?
Step 1: Consider Your Options and Your background
Skilled Worker Program has 5 different streams for getting Canadian permanent residence:
Federal Skilled Worker Program through Express Entry Stream (EE)
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP’s) – You are able to apply either through Express Entry or directly to the Province.
Quebec Investor Immigration Program (The federal Investor immigration currently is not operational).
Step 2. Apply for ECA (Educational Credential Assessment)
Step 3. Take a Language Test
Step 4. Calculate Your points:
Eligibility for Express Entry Program (minimum 67 points)
Step 5. Submit Expression of Interest to immigrate.
In order to be considered one will need to submit – passport details, language test results, education credential assessment report, provincial nomination (if you received one), a job offer (if you have one).
Step 6. Complete Your Express Entry Profile
Step 7. Receive an Invitation to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence
Step 8. Submit the application for PR status (landed immigrant status)
Step 9. Submit the passport to the nearest authorized VAC (Canadian Visa Application Center) for visa stamping)
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