Programs that prioritize applicants who have a strong ties to Canada, such as those with Canadian work experience or a Canadian educational credential, are prevalent in Canada’s permanent residency immigration system. If they decide to stay in Canada permanently, these benefits are all available to Canadian international students. Please be aware that international students in Canada must comply with the terms of their study permit at all times while they are in the country. Future immigration applications may be harmed if a student breaks the terms of their study permit.
What are the Immigration Programs aimed at International Students?
International students can choose from a wide range of immigration options. Despite the fact that each program has its own set of rules and regulations, the following programs may help international students gain residency status in Canada more quickly:
Canadian Experience Class – With the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) program, which is part of the Express Entry immigration system, you may apply for permanent residency in Canada in as little as three months! However, applicants must demonstrate that they have had at least 12 months of continuous full-time skilled work experience in Canada within the previous three years, or an equivalent amount of part-time experience, in order to be considered for this program. Other considerations for eligibility for this program include age and language proficiency. This degree of job experience might make CEC a viable immigration option for an overseas student!
Federal Skilled Worker Program – For certain overseas graduates, the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) program may be a viable alternative. This program is run via the Express Entry immigration system. FSW does not need a person to have Canadian work experience, therefore it is an excellent alternative for foreign student graduates who have previously worked in a skilled position outside of Canada.
In the FSW program, which employs a points-based Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score to automatically rank applicants against one another, only those candidates with the most competitive profiles are invited to apply for permanent residency. FSW may be a fantastic option to become a permanent residence for overseas students who complete the qualifying conditions and do very well on the CRS scoring system.
Provincial Nominee Program – Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are immigration programs run by each of Canada’s provinces and territories (PNPs). Because each PNP is tailored to the demands of a certain province or region, every operation is unique. In many cases, individuals who have already studied or worked in the province are given preferential treatment when applying for PNPs. An international student may be able to apply for a PNP in their home province if they finished their program of study in that province.
Quebec Immigration – Unlike the rest of the nation, Quebec has its own immigration system, which has its own set of rules and processes. International students, however, do have benefits when seeking for permanent residency in Quebec, much as in the rest of Canada. International students in Quebec may apply for permanent residency under Quebec’s two primary programs:
- In order to participate in the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ), students must have finished their studies or be within six months of finishing their studies at a Quebec-based university. An international student must be able to speak French at an advanced intermediate level in order to be considered for PEQ.
- If you are a foreign student in Quebec and have finished or are in the process of finishing an educational credential in Quebec, you may be able to apply for a Quebec Skilled Worker (QSW). Candidates for QSW must achieve a minimum score on the Program’s Points assessment grid, but unlike the PEQ program, they are not required to demonstrate fluency in French.
Post-Graduate Work Permit – Post-graduation employment permits are not the same as a visa for permanent residency. Although it allows most foreign students who have graduated from a designated learning institution (DLI) to stay in Canada and work for any company in Canada following their time of study. The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) or an employer-driven Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) might assist a person qualify for Canadian permanent residency (PNP).
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