Use Your Temporary Work Permit To Gain Canadian PR
Coming to Canada on a temporary work permit and then later apply for their Canadian permanent residency is possible now. Now it becomes little simple to gain Canadian permanent residency using temporary work permit. There are different ways that Canadian immigration programs help the temporary foreign workers to apply to obtain their Canadian permanent residency. These are:
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)
Each Canadian province has their own provincial nominee program that allows provinces to nominate international workers to apply for their Canadian permanent residency. Applicants those are applying must intend to reside in the province under which they are applying for. Foreign workers are nominated for Permanent Residency by employers, but each program can be different across provinces through this program.
Quebec Experience Class (QEC)
Applicants or workers on a temporary visa can apply for their permanent residency through the Quebec Experience Class. The Quebec Experience Class (QEC) is same as the Canadian Experience Class (CEQ). Applicants applying for Permanent Residency, he must have worked in Quebec in a skilled position for at least 1 year and they must speak. Eligible applicants will be given a Quebec Selection Certificate by the province of Quebec, through which they become eligible to apply for their permanent residence status.
Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
Temporary Workers in skilled positions can use their work experience in Canada to apply under the Canadian Experience Class program. This option is for those temporary workers who do not meet the points required for the federal skilled worker program.
Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
Under the Federal Skilled Worker Program if you are working with a Canadian employer on a temporary work permit and the employer has made you an offer for permanent employment, you may be eligible to apply for your permanent residency. Applicant has to meet the points required under the Foreign Skilled Worker Program. This process can take up to 12-18 months.
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