Canadian Immigration Made Easy: How to Immigrate into Canada (All Classes) with Employment Search Strategies for Skill Workers: With Do-It-Yourself and Step-By-Step Settlement and Job Search Guide: A 4 in 1 Publication

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This is a 4-in-1 guide. First part of this guide provides vital statistics, comparisons and information about Canada that will enable you to decide why choose Canada to emigrate.

The 2nd part of this guide provides information about the new Immigration and Refugee Protection Act effective from June 28, 2002. It covers all immigration categories like skilled worker class, business class, family class (sponsorship) and provincial Nomination. It describes the eligibility criteria ...

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Overview

This is a 4-in-1 guide. First part of this guide provides vital statistics, comparisons and information about Canada that will enable you to decide why choose Canada to emigrate.

The 2nd part of this guide provides information about the new Immigration and Refugee Protection Act effective from June 28, 2002. It covers all immigration categories like skilled worker class, business class, family class (sponsorship) and provincial Nomination. It describes the eligibility criteria for Canadian immigration in every class and how to apply in every category.

The 3rd part of this guide will provide you comprehensive step-by-step settlement information that you must know before arriving in Canada. This information will help you to successfully settle in Canada within shorter period of time by knowing Canadian laws, education, taxation and healthcare systems. You will learn about Canadian culture, labour market and addresses for newcomers to find help within their communities throughout Canada.

The 4th part of this guide is the most important one, which provides employment search guide for skilled workers who are seeking employment in Canadian workplace.

This guide also contains an article on job search strategies in Canadian workplace approved by Human Resource Development Canada (HRDC) with a comprehensive list of job search websites for all professions from hi-tech to traditional, where you will be able to register online with thousands of Canadian and American recruiting agencies and employers for free. There is also a list of necessary websites for people who wants to start a small business in Canada and for people with disabilities.

This publication has been produced with the approval of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and with the authorization of Public Works and Government Services Canada 350 Albert Street, 4th Floor Ottawa ON K1A 0S5.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780978046040
  • Publisher: Self-Help Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/2007
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 668
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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  • Posted January 23, 2012

    Step by step guide

    An excellent step by step guide to immigrating to Canada. Contains everything you need to know in easy to understand language. Gathers information from official government sources, as well as tips you otherwise wouldn’t find out without a lot of research Highly recommended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2012

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    Many of the answers you seek

    I purchased this book along with Americans Moving to Canada to use as a reference tool for my tax clients who are thinking about moving to Canada. Many want to move to Canada because it is cleaner, less crime and they offer a public health care system to almost everyone. This book gave me all the information I needed to tell my clients in regards to the forms they would need to file prior to their move. The book references information from government sources as well as pertinent tips scattered throughout. I think this book would make a great reference to those outside of the US who might be thinking of traveling from their homeland for a move to Canada. I feel this book is a great start for anyone thinking of moving to Canada and are unsure of where to begin their search for information, besides the internet.

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  • Posted April 17, 2010

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    Canadian Immigration Made Easy

    Very informative correct information.

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  • Posted January 15, 2009

    excellent source of information for new immigrants,

    This book gives new immigrants a lot of information that will save them money and time. To gather this information from the internet by yourself would take a lot of time en energy. It also saves a lot of money because with the do-it-yourself kit skilled workers don't need to hire an immigration consultant to get through the immigration process.<BR/>It gives a lot of information to get ready before leaving to Canada, and about what to do once you have landed.<BR/>On top of that the book gives a lot of structured information about finding employment.<BR/>Once again, it is a waste of time to try en gather al this information yourself through the internet, just start by reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2007

    A Self-Help Guide

    This is the latest publication on the web for Canadian immigration.I would say that this is the total kind of guide if you want to move to Canada by any means. You will be able to do it by yourself under any class. Full of information on every phase of migration and settlement.

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