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Canada’s high quality of life and boundless job opportunities make it a great country for new graduates. If you’ve just completed your graduation and are considering immigrating to Canada as a recent graduate, here are a few immigration pathways to consider.


1. Express Entry


If you worked part-time during your graduation which can be counted as relevant work experience toward your eligibility, you can apply through Express Entry. You need a Canadian job offer, relevant work experience, and high language proficiency to increase your chances of success.


In the Express Entry pool, you are assigned a score under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The government then invites the top-ranked candidates in the pool to submit an application. Express Entry favors young candidates with Canadian work and study experience and language ability, giving students and graduates in Canada an excellent chance of obtaining permanent residence.


2. Canadian Study Permit


If you don’t have enough work experience for Express Entry, but want to come to Canada right away, you can apply for a post-secondary credential in Canada. Canada is one of the top countries in the world for international students. You can apply for a program of your choice at a designated learning institution (DLI). Once you get approval from the institution, you can start the study permit application process.


As a study permit holder, you may be able to work on-campus or off-campus without getting a work permit. Make sure you meet the requirements before you find a job. You may also be able to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) to continue working in Canada after you graduate.


  •  Published date: November 19, 2022
  •  Region: Delaware
  •  City: Camden
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