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Canadian Immigration is varied and complex. The table below offers the most complete and user-friendly source for Canadian Immigration. It contains the entire federal and provincial nominee programs, which allow prospective applicants to immigrate to Canada. Please select one of the Federal Canadian Immigration programs or one of the many Provincial Nominee Programs to learn about their requirements, processing times, and fees. Please note that the grid only lists the programs that directly lead to obtaining permanent resident status in Canada. This does not include programs such as the Canada live-in caregiver program, the Canada visitor visa, or the temporary work permit.
|Federal Immigration Programs||Click Here|
|Provincial Nominee Programs||Click the province below:|
|Federal Immigration Programs|
|Alberta Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Manitoba Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Ontario Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Programs|
|British Columbia Provincial Nominee Programs|
|New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Programs|
|Yukon Provincial Nominee Programs|
For informationthe Northwest Territories Nominee Program, please contact the territorial government.
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