Top 4 Methods for Moving to Toronto

Top 4 Methods for Moving to Toronto

Canada’s most populous city, Toronto, is a favourite of immigrants. In fact, over 20% of all immigration to Canada in 2021 was directed to Toronto alone. There are several routes you can take if you want to relocate to Toronto. The four most common routes for immigrants to Toronto are as follows:

1. Toronto-based education:

Studying post-secondary in Canada is a fantastic way to increase your immigration options for Immigrants To Toronto. Numerous PNP streams target graduates from Canadian colleges and universities in particular. Additionally, your Canadian education may increase your Express Entry score.

The majority of foreign students who complete a post-secondary programme in Canada are also qualified to apply for a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP). The PGWP enables foreign graduates to remain in Canada and work for any employer for up to three years. Gaining Canadian work experience is very beneficial for permanent immigration and makes applicants much more competitive in the Ontario International Student PNP or the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) of Express Entry.

Thank goodness, some of Canada’s most esteemed universities are located in Toronto. One of the top universities in the world, the University of Toronto is consistently ranked. Furthermore reputable universities in Canada are Ryerson University and York University. A few smaller schools with specialised programmes are also located in the city, including the technical programmes provided by Humber College and the artistic programmes provided by the Ontario College of Art and Design.

Studying in Toronto is a fantastic choice if you want to further your education and increase your immigration options to Canada.

2. Programme for Immigrant Nominees in Ontario (OINP)

The province of Ontario may nominate foreign nationals for permanent residence in Canada through the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Programme (OINP), a Provincial Nominee Programme (PNP). OINP includes several distinct streams, each of which has its own eligibility requirements and application process. For instance, the Ontario Entrepreneur stream is for entrepreneurs who have the resources and business acumen to establish a company in Ontario.

OINP offers two streams that are perfect for people who reside outside of Canada:

  • Priorities for Human Capital in Ontario (HCP) 
  • French-Speaking Skilled Workers in Ontario (FSSW)

3. A job in Toronto

Increasing your chances of being admitted to Toronto by gaining Canadian work experience is a great idea. Of course, obtaining a work permit for Canada can be difficult, but those who want to work there do have a few options.

First, receiving a highly specialised job offer from an Ontario employer may allow you to submit an application for a work permit. An employer must first obtain a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), demonstrating that they were unable to fill the position with a Canadian, in order to be eligible.

Second, you can discuss a move to a Canadian office with your employer if you work for a multinational company with offices there. It is typically not necessary to submit an LMIA for intra-company transfers, making it simpler to obtain a work permit in Canada.

4. Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Express Entry

A skilled worker immigration programme is called Express Entry. With tens of thousands of new immigrants being accepted each year, it is the most popular immigration system in Canada. Express Entry has a subset called Federal Skilled Worker that doesn’t require any prior Canadian work experience.

FSW is a very competitive system that compares candidates using the CRS scoring system. After that, only the most deserving applicants for immigration to Canada are selected in regular Express Entry draws by the Canadian government. The Express Entry system assigns candidates a ranking based on their age, education, language ability, and work history.

For a number of reasons, Express Entry is well-liked. First off, the process is one of the quickest ways to become a permanent resident of Canada; Express Entry’s processing time is only 6 months, which is the service standard. Second, applicants can include their spouse, common-law partner, and children in the same Express Entry application.

If you are a young skilled worker with a high level of education and proficient English or French, Express Entry is a fantastic option.

 

 

 

 

 

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