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Immigration to Canada


Canada is a country in North America with a population of about 38 million people, one of the countries that has attracted the attention of a large number of immigrants in recent decades. Immigration is not an easy decision and everyone is always trying to make the best decision in this big change. Each country has its own immigration laws, and Canada is no exception. These laws are the same in most Canadian states, and Quebec has its own rules. In general, the procedures and rules for immigrating and obtaining a Canadian visa are divided into six categories: obtaining residency through a student visa, obtaining residency through work visas (such as Skilled worker or Express Entry), obtaining residency in Canada through marriage, Obtaining permanent residency in Canada through self-employment, immigration to Canada through investment, and immigration to Canada through asylum. People choose different ways to immigrate to Canada; Ways to immigrate to Canada through study, work or investment. In this article, we try to introduce you to the various ways to immigrate to Canada and take a positive step in this big decision.


Description Dr. Ghasemi, Director of Ayande Sazan Mehr Law Firm


How to immigrate to Canada

There are several ways to immigrate to Canada, and the conditions for each method are different. Here are some of them:


Immigrating to Canada through education

Immigrating to Canada through education has seven main parameters:

1. Receiving a letter of acceptance from one of the recognized and approved higher education centers. People intending to immigrate to Quebec for study must receive a letter called a CAQ. Obviously, this step must be done before applying for a student visa to immigrate to Canada. Most Canadian universities, meanwhile, set a GPA of 15 for admission. But this grade point average must be higher to get admission to Canada's top universities.

General steps for obtaining an admission letter from a Canadian university

This process generally has several steps:
- Having several criteria:
* Have at least a diploma
* Exactly filled out application form (usually available on the universities website)
* Having a resume and motivation letter
* Have a degree in English (C1, IELTS, TOEFL) or French (DELF, DALF, TEF)
* Certificate of financial ability in the amount of 10 thousand Canadian dollars to show the financial ability to pay for living expenses for one year
* Have at least one letter of recommendation from reputable professors (senior and higher)


2. Apply for a student visa at the Canadian Immigration Service, Canadian Embassy or Consulate. Obtaining a student visa to immigrate to Canada is not a difficult task and can be done both in person and online.

3. Answer the questions that are asked when applying for a student visa. The answer to these questions determines whether the applicant is eligible for a student visa. If you meet the requirements for a student visa, you will be required to provide the necessary documents to immigrate to Canada through study.

4. After qualifying, a person will be given a document checklist that has a personal code and is valid for 60 days. It is recommended that people bring a hard copy of this leaflet with them for later steps. This leaflet contains information about applying, tuition limits, a list of documents that an immigrant applicant must submit to Canada, and a guide to the next steps.

5. Then it is time to submit documents related to immigration to Canada through study.

Immigration documents to Canada include:

Diploma or high school diploma

Resume and cover letter

Language Certificate

Proof of financial ability

At least one letter of recommendation from a reputable professor

Fill in and submit the relevant forms

Valid passport and identity card


6. After preparing the documents and filling out the relevant forms and paying the application fees, individuals must complete their registration to immigrate to Canada through study.

7. Some people are asked to come to the Canadian immigration visa office for an interview.

People who immigrate to Canada from European and Middle Eastern countries must also provide their biometric information. For this purpose, certain centers collect this information. Getting this information does not take much time and will take about 10 minutes and includes fingerprints of both hands and photos of people's faces. When performing a biometric test, it is best to bring your university admission and credentials along with your credentials.

Proof of financial support of C $ 10,000 per year of residence in Canada (C $ 11,000 to apply to study in Quebec) is also a prerequisite for applying for immigration to Canada through study.

Some of the best universities in Canada are:
University of Toronto (in Toronto, Ontario)
McGill University (Montreal, Quebec)
University of British Columbia (in Vancouver and Clooney, British Columbia)
University of Alberta (in Edmonton, Alberta)
Western University (London, Ontario)
Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec)
University of Montreal (in Montreal, Quebec)

Note: Student visas may be issued to some international students, especially for postgraduate and doctoral students, for a variety of reasons. In this case, the student has the right to apply to the university to postpone admission (Deferral). If approved by the university