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There are many different ways to immigrate to Canada. Whether your goal is to become a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Temporary Foreign Worker or obtain a Study Permit, we would like to provide you with some helpful information and resources.

2013 has been a very exciting year for Canadian Immigration. Several changes have been announced by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and new immigration programs have been created. Some of these new programs include: the 2013 Federal Skilled Worker Program, the 2013 Canadian Experience Class and 2013 Federal Skilled Trades Class, as well as the upcoming 2014 Parent and Grandparent Family Sponsorship Program.

There are currently over 60 ways of immigrating to Canada and become a Canadian permanent resident.

Click on the box that best describes your Canadian immigration goals or situation and you will be taken to a page that provides you with more information, as well as useful links and resources.

If you are a skilled worker, professional or tradesperson, inside or outside Canada, and are interested in obtaining Canadian permanent residency, click here for more information about your current Canadian immigrations options.

If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and would like to help your spouse, partner, child or parent become a Canadian permanent resident or visit Canada, click here for more information about sponsoring a spouse, partner, child or parent.

If you are interested in studying in Canada, visiting Canada or have studied in Canada in the past, click here for more information about your current Canadian immigrations options.

If you are a Canadian employer looking to hire a foreign worker or you are a foreign worker with a Canadian job offer, click here for more information about your current Canadian immigrations options.

If you are interested in investing in Canada, or acquiring or starting a business in Canada, click here for more information about your options.

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