How you can immigrate to Canada.. Here are the options:
Immigrate as a skilled worker.
Immigrate by being nominated by a Canadian province or territory.
Quebec-selected skilled workers
Immigrate as a skilled worker in the province of Quebec.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Immigrate by graduating from a school or working in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland and Labrador.
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Smaller Canadian communities supporting their local economy through immigration. Pilot opens to permanent resident applicants later in 2019.
Sponsor your relatives, including your spouse, partner, children, parents, grandparents, and others to immigrate.
Immigrate by providing care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs, or work as a live-in caregiver.
Immigrate by starting a business and creating jobs.
Immigrate as a self-employed person in cultural or athletic activities.
Immigrate by working in specific agri-food industries and occupations.
Immigrate as a refugee or become a sponsor.
Appeal your immigration decision
Appeal to the Immigration and Refugee Board about sponsorship, removal orders and residency obligation requirements.
2020–2022 Immigration Levels Plan
|YEAR||NUMBER OF VISAS|
|Federal economic, provincial/territorial nominees||161,600||165,600||169,600|
|Quebec-selected skilled workers and business||24,900||To be determined||To be determined|
|Refugees, protected persons, humanitarian and compassionate and other||49,000||50,500||52,000|