#3 — Work Permits for Canada in 2021A work permit is a type of immigration status that allows you to come to Canada and work for a specified period of time. Some work permits allow you to change employers and move around the country, while other work permits are tied to a specific employer in a specific location. In 2019, the last year for which we have complete data, Canada admitted more than 400,000 temporary workers.Despite being a type of temporary residence, a work permit can be a stepping-stone towards permanent status. In fact, gaining Canadian work experience may make you a more competitive candidate for both Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs. There are many different types of work permits, but some of the most popular work permit options are:International Experience Canada (IEC) work permits: IEC is a program for youth from 36 participating countries between the ages of either 18-30 or 18-35, depending on the country. If you’re eligible, an IEC work permit is often the simplest work permit option. But! IEC has been largely paused since COVID-19 hit and it’s unclear how the 2021 season may be impacted. If you’re planning on moving to Canada on an IEC work permit, you can still get started with Moving2Canada GO, which will provide you with a personalised checklist of to-dos to help you get ready. Create your Moving2Canada GO account here.Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) work permits: These are work permits that require you to first obtain a job offer from a Canadian employer. They’re trickier than they may sound, as your Canadian employer will have to prove that they were unable to find a Canadian to fill the position.Intra-company transfer work permits: Do you work for a multinational company with an office in Canada? If so, you might be able to land a work permit by having your company transfer you to a Canadian location. USMCA (or CUSMA) work permits: The new free trade agreement between Canada, the United States, and Mexico, allows workers in certain professions from these three countries to obtain work permits in the other countries.Again, these are just a few of the most popular types of Canadian work permits for 2021, but they’re not the only options. Learn about the different types of work permits available in our guide.#4 — Study Permits for Canada in 2021Canada is a great choice for post-secondary education. Canadians take education seriously, hosting some of the world’s top-ranked universities, plus a broad range of small and medium universities and colleges offering a range of academic programs and technical training. In 2019, the last year for which we have complete data, Canada admitted more than 400,000 new international students.Whether you’re looking to complete your first post-secondary credential or you’re looking to train up, coming to Canada as an international student has many benefits. A Canadian study permit enables you to work while studying, plus you may be eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit after you complete your studies. This work permit enables many international graduates to gain valuable Canadian work experience and serves as a stepping stone towards permanent resident status through Express Entry or Provincial Nominee Programs. One consideration for international students in Canada is the expense. While tuition fees and cost of living varies dramatically in different parts of Canada, international students can expect to pay more than their Canadian counterparts and you should consider finances when considering studying in Canada in 2021. Learn more about coming to Canada for studies in our International Student Roadmap — a free email-education service designed to teach you everything you need to know about studying in Canada. #5 — Family Sponsorship for Canadian immigration in 2021Are you in a relationship with a Canadian citizen or permanent resident? If so, family sponsorship might be the best way for you to immigrate to Canada in 2021. Plus, family sponsorship is expected to account for more than 25 percent of all new Canadian permanent residents in 2021. Only certain types of relatives are eligible to be sponsored for Canadian immigration. Spouses, common-law partners, and dependent children of Canadian citizens and permanent residents are typically eligible to be sponsored. As well, Canada has a smaller sponsorship program for the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents, although spaces for parents and grandparents are limited.If you think you have a qualifying type of relation, you can learn more about family sponsorship in our guide. And there you have it — the most popular options for Canadian immigration in 2021. Again, there are more than 100 pathways for Canadian immigration — if you’d like personalized guidance as to which option is best for you, we recommend booking a consultation with a recommended Canadian immigration consultant.
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