Around 300,000 new immigrants arrive in Canada every year, and the latest release from Y-Axis Middle East provides guidance in overcoming the main challenges. The team offers counsel on what to expect and the different entry programs available.
More information can be found at: https://www.y-axis.ae/migrate/canada
The new immigration guide focuses on the advantages that Canada presents as a country, the practical strategies that individuals can use when applying to move, and the skills needed to relocate to the country for work. Readers will also learn how to improve their CRS score to stand the best chance of success with their application. Targeted at those wishing to immigrate to Canada from the UAE, it includes step-by-step instructions from the eligibility check to skill assessment and more.
Canada is popular among UAE residents for its high minimum wage, quality of life, and inclusive basic healthcare. In addition to this, the guide underscores that talent is in high demand for popular work fields such as tech, healthcare, and retail.
Residency can be obtained through a variety of programs, including the Provincial Nominee Program and the Federal Skilled Worker Program. For those who have never lived in Canada before, the FSWP targets skilled workers who can use their existing skills and expertise to get established in Canada.
Based in Dubai, the consulting firm has helped thousands of clients to succeed in their applications or make the transition to working and living in Canada. They have counseled over 10 million clients since 1999, and continue to educate and help families throughout the UAE.
Y-Axis Middle East has a team of industry specialists available to assist clients across every stage of their journey overseas. Their service includes an eligibility check so that families can make a more informed decision about their future. With the latest release, the company continues its focus on in-depth immigration guidance for clients throughout the UAE.
A spokesperson states: “Canada is popularly known as the friendliest immigration nation in the world. The Great White North, as it’s called, has amazing immigration plans for the period ending in 2024. Not just that, the IRCC has announced an investment of $100 million for the settlement of newcomers.”
Interested parties can learn more at: https://www.y-axis.ae/migrate/canada
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