Canada Immigration - Immigration After Study
CIC will help you with your studies and permanent residency at the same time.
CIC will be with you
to meet the challenges
of a new environment.
Unlike the Australian permanent residency,which has recently become difficult. All you need with CIC programs are the courage andpassion to challenge.CIC will take care of all the obstacles necessary to acquire permanent residency in Canada and overcome themby walking together with our clients.
Post-study Immigration to Canada
Immigrate to Canada after graduatation.
This program grants permanent residency to international students in Canada and is broadly divided into the Canada Experience Class (CEC) and the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). The children and spouses of permanent residents may apply for PNP at the same time if they meet the immigration requirements of CEC. A majority of immigration laws have been changed so it is easier for those with a working visa issued after studying in Canada to apply for and receive an immigration visa. However, to apply for CEC, you must be employed in the occupational category defined by the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC). Occupational groups are very diverse, such as medical, social welfare, childcare, hotel, cooking, accounting, etc.
Canadian Experienced Class is part of the federal immigration program. After graduating from college for at least two years at a university, a program that obtains a Post Graduate Work Permit and works full-time for more than one year (more than six months depending on the region) to obtain qualifications to apply for permanent residency.
Provincial Nominee Program implemented by each province.
It's a program to select international student talents needed by each province in Canada according to an agreement with the Federal Immigration Service.
CEC (Canada Experience Class)
CEC (Canada Experience Class)
- Work experience in an appropriate occupational group (NOC skill level 0 or skill level A or B) that can allow you to immigrate full-time for more than one year after graduating from college.
* Submission of scores stipulated by occupational group.
- Graduated from a program of at least two years at a Canadian public college or a provincially accredited private university.
- NOC Skill level B occupational group - English (or French) proficiency of CLB 5 or higher
- NOC Skill level 0, A occupational group - English (or French) proficiency of CLB 7 or higher
* Language test types when applying for CEC: CELPIP-G (English), IELTS-General Test (English), TEF (French)
Applicants can apply for permanent residency through Express Entry as the program is most recommended by the Immigration Service and can be applied only if the basic qualifications are met.
- If you apply for permanent residence within 3 years of graduation, you can continue to stay in Canada until the results of your permanent residence are issued.
- You must have no criminal history in Canada.
- You have no bad health or background records and are legally residing in Canada. After the application and acceptance take effect, an interview with an immigration official is required.
- Documents to be prepared include passport and Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR).
Because the barriers to entry into the Canadian labour market have increased due to the tightening of LMIA requirements, the Postgraduate Work Permit, which is given after studying in Canada, is almost the only way for foreigners to get a job in Canada.
The Canadian Immigration Service has a strong will to select immigrants through economic benefits and CEC that facilitates the selection of qualified personnel.
It is possible to issue an off-campus work permit while studying, so you can work part-time for less than 20 hours a week even during your school year. (Study and employment can be combined) After graduation, you can legally stay and work for up to 3 years with a post-graduate work permit, so there are no restrictions on employment immediately after graduation.
The spouse of an international student can work legally by issuing an open work permit during the study period, and the foreign student's accompanying children are provided with free Canadian public elementary/middle/high school education regardless of the number of children through the issuance of a study permit.
Studying in Canada for more than two years enhances your understanding of local culture and region, creates professional relationships that can improve your career prospects, and is relatively easy to adjust to. Also, with improved English skills, you have many career options.
Recommended Colleges By Major
Recommended colleges by major that facilitate local employment
Humber College , Fanshawe College, Confederation College, Mohawk College, Conestoga College
George Brown College , Fanshawe College , Centannial College
Centennial College, Fanshawe College, George Brown College, Mohawk College, SAIT
SAIT, Humber College, Niagara College, George Brown College
Le Cordon Bleu , Vancouver community , Niagara College
Early childhood education
George Brown College ,Seneca College, Algonquin College , Humber College , Douglas College
Centennial College, Fanshawe College, Conestoga College
Centennial College, British Columbia Institue Tech(BCIT), Georgian College, Mohawk College
British Columbia Institue Tech(BCIT), Centennial College, Fanshawe College
BCIT, Douglas College, Centannial College, Sheridan College, Georgian College, Seneca College, Humber College
Seneca College, George Brown College
Seneca College, George brown College, Humber College
Georgian College, Humber College, Fanshawe College, Centennial College
Sheridan College, Centennial College, Capilano Uni
Niagara College, Conerstoga College, SAIT, Fanshawe College
Sheridan College, Fanshawe College, Conestoga College
Fanshawe College, Algonquin College, Confederation College, Georgian College, College of New Caledonia, Camosun College
Sheridan College, Humber College, George Brown College
Niagara College, Georgian College, George Brown College, Centannial College, SAIT
Conerstoga College, Fanshawe College, Centennial College
Post-study Immigration - Fee Education For Children
Free education is possible regardless of how many children accompany.
When your spouse leaves the country with you, they can apply for a "working visa" and after it is issued, they will be able to work legally.
If you do not have an English language proficiency score (IELTS/TOEFL), Canadian universities may be able to obtain admission to Canadian universities using a “conditional admission” system, which allows you to enter a university on the condition that you study for a period of time or take a specific English course. Children can receive free education even during the conditional admission process.
If you have completed a two-year diploma or higher at a Canadian university, you can apply for a Canadian working visa for up to three years, so you can get free education for more than five years.
If you have been issued a permanent residency, your spouse and accompanying children will also be issued a Canadian permanent residency and benefit from free education.
Points to note when selecting a region and college
Immigrants to Canada who prepare for free education for their accompanying children need to know some things. The free education of accompanying children is part of the exclusive authority of each local public education office.
Canada's college officials don't know much about free education, nor is it their responsibility to know. For example, in Toronto, there are Toronto Catholic, York Catholic, Toronto Office of Education, and York Office of Education, which provide free education for accompanying children from the ESL language period attached to the college.
In the York School District, you can receive free ESL education from the beginning without any special restrictions, but in the case of the most popular Toronto School District, if the ESL course for college admission exceeds 4 months, free education for children is not available.
Even in the same province, each district of education has different regulations, so it is necessary to check in advance. Also, there is no work permit issued during the ESL period.