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More than 90,000 students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn just English or French. Foreign students bring a rich culture to our classrooms. Your knowledge and skills are welcome in Canadian schools. To study in Canada, you may need a study permit or a temporary resident visa, though not everyone must have these documents.

This article outlines the immigration procedure for newcomers upon arrival in Canada. It also outlines information about the funds, personal belongings and other items than you can bring into Canada. When you arrive in Canada, you will be greeted by an officer from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). The CBSA officer will ask to see your passport and other travel documents.

Petroleum engineers have taken the top spot on a recent survey of Canada's best-paying jobs. Other jobs hot demand jobs in the top 10 list include nursing supervisors, data analyasts, lawyers, economists and librarians, with librarians showing the fastest wage growth of any occupation during the past five years. Canadian government has been investing in local universities and colleges to promote education and training for these jobs. Canada is also accepting a large number of foreign trained immigrants to fill up these high demand jobs.

Canada recognizes the importance skilled worker immigrants to their economy and is planning to admit more federal skilled workers in 2012. In 2012, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) plans to welcome 55,000–57,000 federal skilled workers, up from 47,000–47,400 in the 2011 Immigration Levels Plan. The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is currently the main avenue for permanent immigration to Canada.

As of January 23, 2007, a new American law requires Canadians entering the United States by air to have a valid Canada passport. Many Canadians still don't have a passport and in this article we will outline the procedure to get a Canadian passport. The steps to getting your Canadian passport include Get your Canada passport application form, Take passport size photos, Get your form and photo identity cards signed by a guarantor and finally Obtain a proof of your valid Canadian citizenship.

All Canadians have certain rights and responsibilities. Many of these rights are defined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which legally protects the basic rights and freedoms of everyone in Canada. Some of these rights and freedoms are legal rights, such as the right to a fair trial; equality rights, such as the right to protection against discrimination...

Canadian provinces and territories are on track this year to welcome a record number of immigrants selected under their own nominee programs. There has been a rapid growth in provincial nominee programs in recent years. Canada plans to admit about 40,000 immigrants in the provincial nominee category in 2011. The Provincial Nominee programs is very beneficial to the country as it helps in spreading out the benefits of immigration around the country.

If you want to become a Canadian citizen, you must:

  1. Determine if you are eligible to become a citizen.
  2. Apply for citizenship.
  3. Take the citizenship test, if you are between the ages of 18 and 54.
  4. Attend a citizenship ceremony, if you are 14 or older.

The Entrepreneur Immigration to Canada Program seeks to attract experienced business persons who will own and actively manage businesses in Canada that contribute to the economy and create jobs. As a qualified Entrepreneur, you and your immediate family can obtain Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visas and can apply for Canadian Citizenship once they have completed their minimum stay requirements in Canada.

A Permanent Resident in Canada (formally knows as a Landed Immigrant in Canada) is someone who is not a Canadian citizen and has been granted permission to live and work in Canada without any time limit on his or her stay. A permanent resident must live in Canada for two years out of every five or risk losing that status. In this article we also outline the benefits and requirements of a Permanent Residents in Canada.

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