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Many people would like to move to Canada due to its beauty but have no idea where even to start the process of becoming a legal resident. If you are one of these people, who would like to move to Canada but have no idea where to start. By reading this, you will have a basic understanding of the steps of the process of moving to Canada.



An eligibility check is the first phase of attempting to become a permanent resident of Canada. The eligibility test asks questions such as your nationality, age, language ability, family members, education, your work experience, your income, and any job offers you currently have. Based on your answers, they will tell you what, if any, program you are eligible for.


There are many various kinds of ways you can become a legal resident. It is important you choose the one that best suits you. You can become a legal resident by being a skilled worker, a business worker, provincial nomination program, or Canada experience class.


Finding out which type of visa you qualify for is necessary for this process. Each visa requires a different application. Once you figure out which visa works best for you, you can start the application process, and of course, you will have to pay an application fee which is between 1,200 to 1,300 dollars.



Now it is time to wait for your visa. It is important to know that even if you do the express entry form, it can still take up to 6 months just to hear an answer. The wait time is long, and therefore it is important to get your application in as soon as you know you want to move to Canada.

How to Find a Live-in Caregiver Job in Canada from Philippines

Every year, thousands of Filipinos come to Canada to Work as what it’s called a “Live-in Caregiver” in a Canadian Home or Institution.

The Canadian system depends on these Live-in Caregivers to provide help for the elderly and be there 24/7 when they need them. Some of the Duties may include: Cleaning, Light Meal Preparation, Caring etc..

The “Live-in Caregivers Guide” E-Book has helped many Filipinos Find Live-in Caregiver Jobs from when applying from outside of Canada, as well as help them apply for Work Permits by themselves, thus, avoiding legal fees and potentially saving $1000’s in Lawyer fees, by doing the process themselves, rather than engaging the services of an expensive Immigration Lawyer


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Canada is one of the largest countries in the Northern America and is also the second biggest country in the World. At the moment, over 33 million people live in Canada. Over the half of the Canadian population is made out of the immigrant people.

The country of Canada is for ages one of the most popular and most attractive countries to be immigrated to. Only in the year of 2001, over 250,000 immigrants had arrived in Canada and got their permanent visas. Every year, new 300,000 immigrants come in Canada.

Most of the immigrants that have settled in Canada say that this country is the best place to live and work in the world and that they would never return to their home countries ever. The reason why the immigrants to Canada like this country is mostly the better life standard. Canada is according to the statistics, one of the countries with the highest GDP, the highest life expectancy, the lowest house and apartment rents, and the best life standard.

Most of the immigrants in Canada come from the countries such as Chin, India, Pakistan, Philippines, the United States, Iran, France, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and from the UAE.

The countries whose residents are the rarest immigrants to Canada are San Marino, American Samoa, Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis and Fortuna. Don’t be discouraged and fear immigrating to Canada if you come from the before mentioned countries. The Canadian government will do all it can to proclaim you as the permanent resident of the Canada.

If you want to become the part of the good statistic of around 300,000 successful immigrations to Canada, then read below several ways to migrate to Canada. If you implement the ways described to migrate to Canada, you could migrate to Canada faster than usual

The seven fast ways to migrate to Canada are the following approaches:

  1. Go and marry a Canadian-born citizen

It may sound like a piece of advice from a granny living one floor above you, but this is a valid way you can migrate to Canada easily and become Canadian permanent citizen.

When you start dating a Canadian man/woman chances are great he/she will take you out of your shoes, because Canadians are known for their charm, and you would eventually get engaged to a Canadian man/woman. After the engagement, you get married to a Canadian man/woman. Ok, cool, but what are the benefits?


The major benefit of marrying a person who is born in Canada or has a permanent Canadian visa is that you immediately have the right to apply for the permanent Canadian citizenship.

Since Canada has legalised same-sex marriages, if you are a person who dates the Canadian man or woman of the same gender as yours, then you two can get married in Canada, and you get Canadian citizenship. Congratulations

  1. Apply for IEC – International Experience Canada

IEC can be considered as a Working Holiday Visa, which it is. If you obtain this visa, you can in any field of the profession in Canada.

If your age is from 18 to 35, the IEC might be your door-opener to Canada. When you obtain the IEC visa, you have an Open Work Permit, which means that with IEC you need no job offers as it is the case with the Work Permit.

The sad fact about IEC is that it isn’t available for the residents of all the countries in the world. It is only available for the citizens of the countries such as Australia, Norway, Austria, and several other countries.

Check with your Canada Embassy in your country is your homeland supported by the IEC visa of the Canadian Government.


  1. Apply as the Au-Pair (Live-in Caregiver)

People of the Au-pair career, which is considered as a low-qualified career and job, can easily migrate to Canada. To migrate to Canada and work as a live-in caregiver in a Canadian host family, you will need a job offer from a specific Canadian family or a job offer from an Au-pair agency from Canada.

To work as an Au-pair in Canada, you need a Work Permit. You get your Work Permit when you find a Canadian family who will send you a job offer. Also, you can find a Canadian live-in caregiver agency, and they can send both you the job offer and to the Canadian Government Visa branches.

It is a must to have at least four years of high school education and one year of experience in the Au-pair jobs to get the Work Permit visa. Upon your arrival in Canada, where you will work as Live-in caregiver, you will be given the permanent residence.


  1. Student Permit

Student Permit is one of the easiest ways to become the permanent resident of the Canada state. Keep in mind that you will need a lot of money or a good scholarship to enroll at any of the Canadian universities and that Student Permit doesn’t a permanent residence automatically. When it comes to education, Canada houses the best universities in the world and thus it is very attractive to international students.

If you get a Student Permit, you won’t automatically get a permanent residence near your future Canadian college. What you need to know is that not all universities of the Canadian provinces offer international students a Student Permit.

When you apply for the Student Permit and eventually get it, before your leave to Canada you have to inspect what do you need to get the permanent residence from your university. You can find the information how to get the permanent residence after you’ve got the Student Permit on the Provincial Nominee Program website of the Canadian province where you will study.

  1. Visitor Visa

You don’t need Work Permit visa and a job offer to migrate to Canada for a part-time. What you can do also to migrate to Canada for a short period is to obtain a Visitor Visa.

If you plan to migrate to Canada with a Visitor Visa, then keep in mind you can’t work in Canada without the Work Permit visa. Visitor Visa gives you the ability to enjoy in the beauty of Canada for the maximum period of six months, but not to work.


  1. Work Permit with Job Offer

One of the easiest ways to migrate to Canada is to get a Work Permit with a job offer. What you need to do is to be a skilled employer, which means you should have the university education, and you need to have work experience. If you meet the requirements, find a Canadian employer and see if he can give you a job offer over the Canadian-born people skilled in the same profession as you.

With the Work Permit, you have high chances of becoming the permanent resident of Canada.

  1. Trade agreement immigration

The state of Canada has several signed trade agreements with other countries, including the NAFTA agreement.

If you come from a country that has a signed trade agreement with Canada and your company has a Canadian branch, you can migrate to Canada. The trade agreement between your country and Canada gives you the ability to migrate and get employed in Canada without the LMO – Labour Market Opinion.

Interviews are some of the most intimidating practices, and it even get worse when you are not ready; on the other hand, if you had a proper preparation, your interview result will help you distinguished from other candidates even your resume were better than yours. Even though we wait to a great extent for an interview call, nonetheless as the interview day comes near we start having uneasiness in our stomach. Even if you might have faced some interviews before, but then it is imperative to take a proper preparation before going for another interview. When it comes to getting ready for an interview, we must understand that preparation comprises all the parts before you face the interview; a continuous preparation is a key to success even if you have gone through other interviews previously, consider it in any job interview you go. Here are things to consider before the interview.


  1. Self –Valuation

Some of the important things in personal -valuation is that you need to understand your strength and weakness. You should consider your strength and past endeavors first to boost the self-confidence, but still, you should not hide your personal weakness. Assess your education background, abilities, accomplishments and other aptitudes to choose any one feature to express in the interview.

  1. Resume

The CV should have a common presentation. Always provide accurate information in the resume. Study different online job guide to be acquainted with diverse types of CV writing. Have a copy of a lovely spotless form on resume paper and have on-hand, and your list of references and print out of your cover letter. 

  1. Explore about the Employer

It is important to gather comprehensive information about the company and also understand their business strategies and records over the past few years then think about how you can bring changes and more improvement in them. Know about the organization the size, structure as well as the main competitors of the company furthermore gather information about the latest new items, developments that related to the enterprise.

  1. Consider some of the questions to ask your interviewer.

Take part actively during the interview gives a good impression of how interested you are in the job. It’s important to come prepared with at least three provocative questions to ask your interviewer.


  1. Rehearse with a friend.

If your fellow is also preparing for an interview, it is good to prepare together. Doing it together will give you a way to structure your preparation, and it will also help you be at ease with giving answers, telling narrations, and using suitable terminology. Practice giving brief, complete answers and maintaining eye contact with the interviewers despite the fact that you give them. Make sure that your answers are stated with confidence and you aren’t speaking too slow or too fast.

  1. Run through Interview Methods.

Practice well how you want to present yourself to the interviewer. It is important to follow an exclusive way to introduce yourself, and this can help in creating a positive impression. Many interviewers make their conclusions in the first few minutes of the interview whether they want to take on that candidate or not. 


  1. Dress-for-work

It is vital to dress appropriately for the interview to look respectable be sure that the interview outfit that you wear is tidy, neat and appropriate for the kind of company that you are applying. Take with you an original folder with the copies of your qualifications and resume, as well as the pen and papers for taking note if needed.

It is always important to prepare yourself well before going for an interview by, practicing these few ways you can increase your chance of getting the job.




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