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Canadian Immigration Rules

Given the huge disparity between incomes and the standards of living between developed and developing countries, people from less developed nations are now looking towards the west for better opportunities and a better life. However, given that wealthier nations cannot accommodate everyone who may wish to migrate to their shores, these countries have taken the necessary steps to "limit" the number of people who y migrate to their country. In extreme cases, certain immigration laws and restrictions are very strict as to "discourage" people from immigrating to a particular country.


On the other hand, some countries have very "lax" immigration laws that aim to encourage more people to consider migrating to a country. This usually happens when a country experiences a shortage in their labor force. In recent times, an example of such a country is Canada, mainly because of the expected shortfall in their labor force in the near future.


Although Canada may have "relaxed" its immigration laws, getting into the country still involves going through a certain procedure and following certain rules. If you are thinking of migrating to Canada, the following information may be able to help you. In Canada, all immigration applications go through the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Department or the CIC, and like other countries; the CIC implements the country's immigration policies that are divided into two parts.


Temporary vs. Permanent


The first part of Canadian immigration policy is for those who wish to enter Canada on a temporary basis. The rules on this type of policies apply to those who are tourists, students, people who have work contracts in Canada, live-in caregivers, those who intend to get married in Canada and those who are seeking refuge in Canada for humanitarian reasons. The second part of the policy is for those who wish to stay in Canada for good. The rules on this type of policy apply to those people who are professionals or are skilled workers who wish to work in Canada on a permanent basis, for those who wish to reside and set up a business in Canada and for those who are sponsored by a relative or a family sponsor. The specific rules on each type of policy are readily available, especially on the CIC web site.


Canada is a good example of a country where many people want to migrate to because of the various opportunities. However, getting into Canada involves following a specific set of rules and procedures that immigrants must know and follow so that their chances of residing in Canada are improved.


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