If you do not fall into any of the above programs, don’t lose heart as there are more economic pathways to enter Canada as a Permanent Resident:

Self-Employed Visa

The Self-Employed Persons Program allows self-employed professionals to migrate to Canada permanently. To be considered as self-employed, you must have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics, and be willing to contribute significantly to the culture and athletics of Canada.

Start-up Business Visa

Canada’s Start-up Visa Program provides an opportunity to entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build innovative businesses in Canada which can create local jobs and also compete with the global market. The applicants will need to get support from one of the designated organizations.

Atlantic Immigration Program

The Atlantic Immigration Program is a program for skilled foreign workers and international graduates looking to work and live in one of Canada’s four Atlantic provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland. The program helps employers fill positions that can’t be filled locally with qualified candidates.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) allows some small and rural communities from Ontario, Western Canada and three other territories to hire foreign professionals. There are, in total, 11 communities currently participating under it.

Caregiver Program

There are several pathways under the Caregiver Program allowing international caregiver professionals to work and settle in Canada through child and old age care jobs.

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