For foreign workers in Canada, permanent immigration is often a long-term goal.

With a full-time permanent job offer from a Canadian employer, you may be eligible for a number of options for permanent immigration to Canada. Other options for permanent immigration to Canada may also be available to you, depending on your circumstances

A foreign worker with Canadian work experience may be eligible for one of the following:

 

Provincial Nomination Programs (PNP) for Skilled Workers

Different PNP's have categories for skilled and semi-skilled workers. With a job offer from Canadian employer, you may qualify for this fast-track Canadian immigration category. Read more about each of these Provincial Nominee Programs to learn which is best suited to your circumstances:

Provincial Nomination Programs with a Skilled Worker (Professional) Category:

Provincial Nomination Programs with a Semi-Skilled Worker Category

 

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