IMMIGRATE

WANT TO IMMIRATE TO CANADA?
TFA WILL HELP YOU

Territorially ranked as the second largest country in the world, and with only 38 million habitants, Canada is looking for immigrants to populate its vast territory of 9,985,000 km². Known as a safe and multicultural country, of great natural beauty, Canada has been voted several times as the best country in the world to live in. Take advantage of more than 80 immigration programs offered by the Canadian government and enjoy an excellent quality of life.

Check below some of the canadian immigration programs should you wish to live in Canada.

Express Entry

Express Entry is the fastest and most popular route for those who dream of immigrating to Canada. It is not an immigration program, but a points system used by Canada to select immigration applicants on a faster processing (on average 6 months) through the following types of programs:

FEDERAL SKILLED WORKER (FSW)
Immigration program for foreign workers who have at least 1 year of qualified and paid work experience abroad, in functions of NOC'S 0, A or B, during the 10 years prior to its application. Level of English required for this category: CLB 7 overall average.
FEDERAL SKILLED TRADE (FST)
Immigration program for foreign workers who have at least 2 years of Canadian or foreign work paid experience in certain positions that require technical and specialized knowledge, listed as “Skilled Trades”, during the 5 years prior to their application. Required English level for this category: CLB 5 for speaking and listening skills and CLB 4 for reading and writing.
CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS (CEC)
Immigration program for foreign workers who have at least 1 year of qualified paid professional experience in Canada (in NOC'S 0, A or B functions) in the last 3 years before applying, either full-time (equivalent to 1,560 hours) or the equivalent in hours as part-time, however, always with worker status. Required level of English for this category: CLB 5 (NOC B) and CLB 7 (NOC's 0 and A)

Express entry first steps

01

TAKE YOUR LANGUAGE TEST

For English, take CELPIP General or IELTS General. For French, TEF or TCF.

02

EDUCATION EQUIVALENCE

If applicable, request your Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)

03

ANALYZE YOUR SCORE AND THE CHANCES TO IMPROVE IT

Before opening the profile, use the CRS calculator to get an idea of ​​your ranking.

04

OPEN YOUR  EXPRESS ENTRY  PROFILE TO ENTER THE POOL

Attention, the profile will be only valid for 12 months.

05

PREPARE YOUR DOCUMENTATION

For example, letters from employers and sworn translations.

06

WAIT UNTIL RECEIVE THE ITA

Pay attention to the draws to be aware  of the lowest ranked score and wait to be invited to apply(ITA.

01

TAKE YOUR LANGUAGE TEST

For English, take CELPIP General or IELTS General. For French, TEF or TCF.

02

EDUCATION EQUIVALENCE

If applicable, request your Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)

03

ANALYZE YOUR SCORE AND THE CHANCES TO IMPROVE IT

Before opening the profile, use the CRS calculator to get an idea of ​​your ranking.

04

OPEN YOUR  EXPRESS ENTRY  PROFILE TO ENTER THE POOL

Attention, the profile will be only valid for 12 months.

05

PREPARE YOUR DOCUMENTATION

For example, letters from employers and sworn translations.

06

WAIT UNTIL RECEIVE THE ITA

Pay attention to the draws to be aware  of the lowest ranked score and wait to be invited to apply(ITA.

Find out how many points you may have for Express Entry

Find out how many points you may have for Express Entry

This tool will help you average your Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that immigration has developed to assess and score your profile and place you in the Express Entry pool. To answer it more accurately you will need your language test score.

If you are unable to use the tool, we recommend scheduling an appointment with one of our consultants.

OTHER FEATURED IMMIGRATION PROGRAMS

See below for some of the possible paths available to immigrate to Canada.

PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAMS
These are the specific immigration programs for each province, with different requirements in order to meet the region's immigration needs, and may target: international students, investors, skilled or semi-skilled workers. To receive an invitation from a province, the candidate must express interest in that province. As each province has the autonomy to design its own immigration programs, it is interesting to have the support and guidance of a consultant - which we can offer you (except Quebec*) - to analyze it on a case-by-case basis.
ATLANTIC IMMIGRATION PROGRAM
The program helps Atlantic Canadian employers hire skilled foreign workers who wish to immigrate to one of its 4 provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island), as well as international students who wish to remain in the region after studying. in one of its higher education schools.
RURAL & NORTHERN IMMIGRATION PILOT PROGRAM
Pilot program whose objective is to provide small rural communities with the benefits of immigration, creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who have a genuine job offer that meets the demands of the community and wish to live and work in one of the certain areas rural participants.
HUMANITARIAN AND COMPASSIONATE
If you do not fit into any immigration program, or are in Canada with no status, depending on your profile and life history we can help you achieve permanent residency through H&C, analyzed in exceptional circumstances on a humanitarian and compassionate basis.
FAMILY SPONSORSHIP
If you are Canadian or have a permanent resident status and wish to bring your family to Canada, we can advise you on the best way to sponsor your family members and help them obtain a permanent resident visa.
STARTUP VISA PROGRAM
Do you have an innovative business idea? If you can get support from one of the designated organizations for your project, you will be able to come live and work for your project in Canada. The incubation and acceleration of ideas program called “Canada Business Start-Up Visa” seeks entrepreneurs who have the skills and innovative ideas who are interested in starting businesses in Canada with the aim of employing Canadians and being able to compete in the global market.
CAREGIVERS PROGRAM
As a caregiver of the persons with special needs or children you have different options to come to Canada to become a permanent resident, or to work temporarily. You can apply for permanent residence through ​​Home Child Care Provider Pilot or of the Home Support Worker Pilot. For this, you must prove your ability to do the job, meet the required criteria (language and education) and have a job offer in one of these occupations.
SELF - EMPLOYED PROGRAM
Yes, you may immigrate as a self-employed person. For that, you must demonstrate considerable experience in activities, cultural or sporting, being willing to remain in the current profession in Canada, or have experience in farm management, with the intention of doing so here. To learn more about this program, please contact us.

DON’T KNOW WHAT PROGRAM YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR?

Book an appointment with our consultants
to have a personalized strategy according to your profile.

Book an appointment with our consultants to have a personalized strategy according to your profile.

Sharing our clients’ experiences

“I had my first appointment with Terry via video call earlier this year (2021) and he gave me the best possible guidance. Thanks to this query I managed to streamline everything I needed to open my profile for express entry. I received the long-awaited invitation to apply and we entered my permanent residency process in mid-June/2021. I received PR approval in early August/2021! Yes, less than 2 months! The team was all very helpful and patient. Stephanie, Gabriella, Isabel, Terry, all of them, always answering the thousands of questions I asked with great detail and a lot of patience. I am very grateful and recommend it with my eyes closed.”
Fernanda Vasconcelos
EXPRESS ENTRY - CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS
“Terry Ferreira's office was with no doubt the best choice we made for our PR application. Your help and expertise were essential to the success of our application. Terry and his team are, in addition to being very polite and patient, extremely knowledgeable in matters involving Canadian immigration and capable of solving any problem in this area. They are extremely focused and always indicate a path if there is any obstacle in this arduous path of PR!!! Do not try to do processes by themselves, look for those who really know the subject.”
Márcio José Moraes de Andrade
RESIDÊNCIA PERMANENTE
“Applying for PR can be a difficult task. I remember visiting several websites during my research period and being so overwhelmed with the number of options and guidelines on how, when and where to submit them. However, when I saw Terry Ferreira Associates on Instagram, my heart just soared and I chose his team based on my intuition. Terry Ferreira worked on my PR application and it has been a remarkable experience. He saved me a lot of time and stress, he quickly responds to any questions and concerns I have. I can really recommend him and the team. Thanks to them I got my PR !!!!”
Tais Nunes
RESIDÊNCIA PERMANENTE
“Terry, Stephanie and their team were always very professional throughout my immigration process. They were always available to answer questions and were always willing to help me and make things easier. I was very pleased to have hired this service and recommend it to others who are thinking of immigrating to Canada.”
Daniel Azevedo
RESIDÊNCIA PERMANENTE

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Frequently asked questions about immigration programs

Frequently asked questions about immigration programs

You will need to apply for an ECA (Education Credential Assessment) from one of the 5 organizations accepted by the IRCC in Canada. They are: CES, ICAS, WES, IQAS and ICES.

It can be; however you will need an ECA Report from an Education Credential Assessment from one of 5 organizations accepted by IRCC in Canada CES, ICAS, WES, IQAS and ICES.

  1. 1. English or French Test CLB 9 or more in all abilities.
    2. French or English test as a second language.
    3. Completing Canadian work experience in NOC 0, A or B.
  1. 1.Having one year of Canadian work experience at NOC 0, A or B
    2.Taking the proficiency test in French or English (CELPIP/IELTS/TEF/TCF)
    3.Proof of educational level, with a High School or Higher Education diploma.

Be sure to make a list of your duties and do a search to identify your NOC in https://noc.esdc.gc.ca/. Still have doubts? schedule a consultation with us.

No, Canadian Experience Class is the only program where applicants are exempt from proof of funds.

On the immigration website it states that absolutely all documents that are in a language other than English or French must be sworn translated.

Depending on the process, there are different ways to prove work experience. In general, the client can use Letters from previous and current employers, paystubs, checks, invoices, account deposits, e-transfers, and letters from co-workers.

The fact that the applicant has an application in progress does not guarantee that the return of the application to Canada will be granted. Also taking into account several other aspects of the applicant’s profile and current status in the country.

Sponsorship applications typically complete in an average of 12 months. Some cases may have a processing time longer than this time.

Proof of income tax is a positive option, among other documents on the checklist. It is a way to show that the applicant contributes in this area of ​​the country, and is willing to participate in this tax duty.

The ideal is to have the document valid at the time of submission of the process. However, if for some reason the CLIENTS is not able to renew the passport in time, the document can be sent later.

You need to close 52 weeks, working full-time, within Canada. Of these 52 weeks, the applicant has the right to take a vacation for up to 2 weeks abroad, provided that this period is also paid.

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