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The Famous 7 Steps of Canada Immigration Process!

There are two distinct ways to meet the criteria for a Canadian Immigration Visa under the Federal Skilled Worker group and there are dissimilar requirements all through the immigration process for each:
1. Candidates with Arranged Employment.
2. All other Federal Skilled Worker applicants have to have work experience and education from a list of 29 qualifying occupations.

All applications are firstly submitted the Central Intake Unit (CIU) in Sydney Nova Scotia.

Step 1: Your Canadian Immigration Application Is Screened In Sydney, Nova Scotia:
Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Central Intake Unit (CIU) in Sydney, Nova Scotia will only accept your application if it contains the following:
• Signed and correctly completed application forms
• Accurate Canadian Government processing fees
• Proof of English and/or French language proficiency, in the form of the results of an approved language test
• All the documents required (work experience and education documents, etc.), as listed on the Canadian Visa Office checklist responsible for processing your application
• A photocopy of your passport’s bio-data pages
• 2 self-addressed mailing labels
• Proof of application for Security Clearances
• Additional required documents in support of your application for Arranged Employment:
• Photocopy of your work permit & your employer’s offer to employ you indeterminately once you are a Permanent Resident; OR
• Copy of an Arranged Employment Opinion from Human Resources and Social Development Canada

If the above requirements are met, the Central Intake Unit (CIU) will recognize your application and make a beginning decision as to whether your request will be accepted for processing.
If any of the above requirements are missing, the Central Intake Unit will revisit the application to the dispatcher.

Step 2: The Transfer Of Your Request And Supporting Documents From The Canadian Intake Unit (CIU) To The Canadian Immigration Visa Office That Will Be Dispensation Your Request:
The Canadian Immigration Visa Office will only recognize your full application if it contains the following:
• Proof that indicates you have selected the right Canadian Immigration Visa Office for the processing of your application
• All the documents required as listed on the Canadian Visa Office checklist accountable for handing out your application
If the above requirements are met, the Canadian Immigration Visa Office will agree to your application and make a final conclusion as to whether your application will be accepted for processing.
If any of the above requirements are absent, the Canadian Immigration Visa Office may recognize your application for processing and decline it, or return the application to the sender.

Step 3: Your Application Is Evaluated By A Canadian Immigration Visa Officer:
A Canadian Immigration Visa Officer will make a thorough analysis of all the information contained in the application and of all the supporting documents and review the application next to the current selection criteria and pass mark.

Step 4: Personal Interview:
A personal interview may or may not be required. An interview may be required to:
• Ensure that information and/or documents are truthful and accurate
• Ensure quality control
• Assure the security of Canadians
• Verify work experience and/or education
• Clear up inconsistent information and/or documentation

Step 5: Medical Instructions:
Upon completion of a winning interview or if the interview is waived, medical instructions will be further to you. You and your associated family members, if appropriate, are required to undergo a medical examination by an approved doctor.

Step 6: Request for Your Passport and Right of Permanent Resident Fee:
After the medical results have been received by the Canadian Immigration Visa Office and security clearances have been completed, the Canadian Immigration Visa Office will ask for the Right of Permanent Resident Fee (RPRF) sum and your passport for the purpose of issuing a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa.

Step 7: Issuance of Your Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa:
Your Canada Immigration Visa will have an end date, by which time you and your associated family members have to enter Canada.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

The are really very good and precise guidelines for permanent residence application to canada

Anonymous said...

I have submitted my medicals to CHC islamabad in Feb 2010. But there is no response yrt

Anonymous said...

Last week i supervising observed that my ECAS status change to In Process from Received by Visa Office. But when click In process in the body i found that still its pending review. I am confuse about this status. I send my all doc to Singapore visa office in June 2010 and i got my 2nd AOR in July 1st 2010. Can anybody describe me?

Anonymous said...

my employer told me that my application to SINP was sent last july 30,2011 and they asking me to pay for the fees they paid.And the immigration will inform me by email about the status of my application.I want to know if this true or not because they are forcing me to pay.could anybody pls.help me.

Anonymous said...

i know about how much point in ielts going for canada working

Anonymous said...

i send my application on 8th sep 2011 at sydney nova scotia and still waiting for the reply.
how can i know about the status of my application for pr?.and is there any website so i can come to know that ryt now how much vacancies are there in my category?
reply me as soon as possible.

Anonymous said...

i have applied for work permit on 28th aug 2011 chc islamabad and still waiting for the reply.plz let me know about the process period of work permit application. how can i know about the status of my application

Comrade said...

It can take upto 1 year. Wait for a response from CHC

Nargis said...

What is the passport request step in Canadian immigration?

Comrade said...

Please see the step 6

Anonymous said...

i applied Canadian immigration on July 2009 now my case transfer to UK in June 2010 , now i got latter from UK and mentioned me review has been completed and they ask original Msc degree and transcript from us .
any body lets me know what is next process.

Anonymous said...

I applied for immigration to Canada on August 31st 2006 from Iran, unfortunately I have heard that Canada is going to close all applications submitted before 2007.
I wonder if you can clarify this news.

Very thanks

Anonymous said...

i have applied Nov'2010 but still now i did not get any response from Canadian Immigration Visa Office.how long time need to response?

Amir Ismail said...

Very nice pointers. However, currently the supporting documents are also required sight the application and the name of the CIU is now changed to the CIO (Centralized Intake Office)

Amir Ismail said...

Good pointers. Since June 26, 2010 supporting documents including the IELTS are required to be submitted initially to the office in Nova Scotia. Also there is a quota of only 500 applications per occupations as well as an overall limit of only 10,000 applications. The office in Nova Scotia is also named as the CIO now (Centralized Intake Office)

Anonymous said...

Why the immigration office has ask for right-of-residance fee along medical, as opposed to the 7-steps?

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