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The Quickest Way to Immigrate to Canada?

The Quickest Way to Immigrate to Canada?

Canadian immigration is a time-consuming and confusing procedure, particularly if you want to learn how to come to Canada but don't know where to begin or don't have the time to wade through over 100 immigration visas and programmes to choose which one is ideal for you.

Most people are only aware of the most popular immigration channel, the Express Entry system, which is often regarded as one of the quickest ways to move to Canada.

But what if we told you that, in addition to Express Entry, there are two more speedier ways to move to Canada? Intrigued?

So, shall we look at the top three quickest ways to migrate to Canada and how we can assist you streamline the application process?

  • The Express Entry System

The Express Entry System is unquestionably one of the quickest and most efficient methods of immigrating to Canada. Once your application is accepted, the typical visa processing time is 6 months, and you can apply online, making it easy to apply for permanent residence from anywhere in the world.

Based on your age, language proficiency, education, abilities, and work experience, you can choose from three Federal Immigration Programs:

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), and the Canadian Experience Class are all federal programmes (CEC)
One of the best aspects of the Express Entry system is that you only need to create an online profile once for the full year and you'll be automatically entered into two-weekly draws.

  • Program for Atlantic Immigration

The Atlantic Immigration Program is tied for third place among the fastest ways to immigrate to Canada (AIP)

The AIP likewise has a 6-month processing time and has just revamped its application process by accepting online work permit applications! The AIP was created to help Canadians move to Atlantic Canada, specifically Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island, through one of three programmes:

The Atlantic International Graduate Program, the Atlantic High-skilled Program, and the Atlantic Intermediate-skilled Program are all available.

  • Provincial Nominee Program of British Columbia (BC PNP)

Canadian provinces can propose immigrants who want to live, settle, and work in their respective provinces, or who want to immigrate to Canada.

Although 11 of Canada's 13 provinces and territories have their own Provincial Nominee Programs, each with Express Entry Linked Streams and processing timelines of about 6 months, one province is much ahead of the rest. To apply through a PNP in the non-Express Entry connected stream, you would generally have to apply directly to the province via the paper process, which can take anywhere from 15 to 19 months! To top it all off, the BC PNP holds draws more frequently than the Express Entry system.

  • Global Talent Stream: Work Permit for Temporary Foreign Employment

You may think that this does not deserve to be on the list because it does not officially constitute as immigration to Canada due to the temporary status you would receive, but hear us out. Obtaining a temporary work permit might take anywhere from 4 to 6 months, depending on your nationality and where you apply from. And, with as little as six months of work experience, you could apply for permanent residence through programmes like the Saskatchewan Work Experience Stream, particularly if you work in one of the following industries:

Long Haul Truck Driver, Agricultural Sector, Health Sector, & Hospitality Sectors

Other alternatives include the Express Entry-managed Canadian Experience Class, which requires one year of Canadian work experience to qualify for permanent residence.