Canadians are required to have a certain level of knowledge before entering the country. If you want to avoid any hassles, be sure that your settlement services are in order by getting all pre-arrival funded assistance from government agencies so there is less downtime when arriving at Canadian borders.
IRCC offers many services to help you prepare for life in Canada. Services are available online or through an agent, and they vary depending on location: China has in-person training while India provides it by phone (or Skype). The Philippines offer both options as well; however most people have reportedly moved their needs because of the pandemic onto other platforms due to its effectiveness at getting certain information across without risking cross contamination risk between persons who may not yet be infected but know someone else already sick with Covid-19.
The IRCC website contains valuable material that will enable any citizen interested abroad about settling down permanently here take advantage quickly once he/she arrives.
The IRCC website has a list of services to help you prepare for working in Canada. These resources can guide the international student, entrepreneur or individual looking into applying under their Immigrant Category Program (ICP). There are also some industry-specific guides if one is pursuing employment as an architect, engineer, nurse etc. based on what field they’re interested in working within; these include links at each service’s page.
Canada is a great place to visit and settle. The different types of services they have in Canada can be broken down into six categories:
- The support services that are offered to those who face barriers in accessing IRCC Settlement Programs. Without them, many people would not be able take advantage of these programs and their needs for translation or child care can still get met with the help from others like you! A list of what some other important things include but aren’t limited too: translators; daycare providers/nannies etc.
- Immigrants can use a needs assessment to determine what services they need and how best get them. However, only 23 per cent of clients utilized this service- IRCC’s report said if more people used it then the government would be able understand newcomers’ needs better as well as provide these immigrants with additional support in their new country.
- Information Services are a vital part of the immigration process. IRCC clients report getting information from friends and family, or through settlement service providers but only about 14% used the internet for this purpose which is one reason why it was named as their least-used resource when compared to other sources like friends & family (45%) or CSSPs (55%).
- Canada is a bilingual country with the majority of its population speaking English or French at home. Not only does this help newcomers get jobs and connect with locals, but in order to become eligible for citizenship you need an adequate level of fluency in either of these languages as well- no one can become naturalized without some proficiency.
- Immigrants to Canada need employment services in order for them can meet their potential and become successful. Many immigrants have said these resources helped prepare them well enough for working here, but it’s not the most popular service among clients with only 78 per cent of users claiming this assistance was useful or very much so (as opposed 83%).
- Immigrants in Canada are given many opportunities through community services, which helps them make friends and be involved with local activities. After employment assistance programs ranked second-least used by clients (60%) while those who did use it reported meeting their close companions as a result of participating in these organizations or groups that provided such facilities for engagement purposes–both users and nonusers were equally likely participate at similar rates. Most commonly cited among IRCC settlement service beneficiaries was religious worshiping followed closely behind school/civic associations; cultural events like art galleries etc.; sports & recreation clubs where people could belong if they wanted too!