The United States-Mexico-Canada Accord (USMCA), which replaced the previous NAFTA agreement, maintains the same immigration and mobility restrictions as previously. This agreement can be used in three ways to secure a work permit. These are the categories:
Professional USMCA / NAFTA
Candidates in this category must fulfill the following criteria:
- Qualified in one of the selected professions (including architects, accountants, lawyers, engineers, teachers, medical and scientific staff).
- Work in one of these industries must be scheduled in advance.
- No self-employment is authorized.
Intra-Company Transfers Under the USMCA and NAFTA
An American company’s employees can transfer to a Canadian division. The following conditions must be met:
- You must have worked at the company for at least one of the previous three years.
- When applying, you must be employed by the firm.
- Must be in a specialist or management position.
Traders and Investors in the USMCA/NAFTA
Suitable for people who want to invest in a Canadian business and then migrate to Canada from the United States or Mexico to expand it.
USMCA employees in Canada may be eligible for additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points if they have a legitimate employment offer under Canada’s Express Entry immigration system.
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Immigrating to Canada as a recent graduate from the United States
You may be eligible for an open work visa in Canada if you were enrolled in a full-time post-secondary educational program in the previous year.
The licenses are valid for a year and are provided through the SWAP Working Holidays program. They are offered to anyone between the ages of 18 and 35.
How can I move to Canada as a permanent resident from the United States?
The Express Entry method in Canada is one of the most straightforward ways to immigrate to Canada from the United States.
The bulk of Canadian immigration applications for three of the country’s economic immigration categories are processed through Express Entry. You may be eligible for Canadian permanent residency through Express Entry if you qualify for one of the following programs.
Express Entry processes 80 percent of permanent residency petitions in less than six months, making it one of the world’s quickest immigration procedures.
Federal economic immigration is classified into three types:
Skilled Worker Program (federal)
A letter of appointment from a Canadian company might get you up to 10 points in the 67-point calculation. This employment offer should be for a minimum of one year. A good employment offer should be based on your degree or professional experience.
Federal Skilled Trades Training Program
If you meet the criteria, you may be eligible for the Federal Skilled Trades Program. You must have two years’ experience in a skilled trade, meet minimum language requirements in French or English, and have a Canadian certificate of qualification.
Canadian Experience Class
You may be qualified to apply to the Canadian Experience Class if you fulfill the minimal language criteria in French or English and have worked in a skilled capacity (NOC 0, A, or B) in Canada for at least one year on a valid work visa.
These programs are competitive and based on scores. Remember that simply meeting the eligibility requirements for any of these programs is insufficient. Candidates are given a score and rated against other individuals; only the top-scoring candidates are eligible to apply to immigrate to Canada.
Can I come to Canada as an international student from the United States?
In comparison to the United States, studying in Canada has several advantages, including lower tuition, speedier visa processing, and the ability to begin working immediately. A student with a Canadian study permit can work up to 40 hours per week during breaks and vacations and 20 hours per week throughout the academic year.
International students with F-1 visas are not allowed to work off-campus during their first academic year in the United States, although they are allowed to work on campus under certain conditions and constraints. International students in the United States may be limited in the occupations they may hold even after their first year, making their stay more financially tough.
While being able to work is beneficial, being able to buy more with fewer bucks is even better. Fortunately, student housing and food are less expensive in Canada than in the United States. In comparison to the United States, you will spend less time and money on your education in Canada.
Universities in Canada offer both 2-year Associate degrees and 3-year Bachelor degrees. Moving to Canada for a study program from the United States can also help with your long-term immigration goals. After completing most programs of study in Canada, you can apply for a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP). Your PGWP, like your study permit, can be valid for up to three years.
Canadian employment experience, along with a degree from a Canadian university, greatly improves your prospects of obtaining permanent residency in Canada. In the United States, however, you may need to locate a sponsor firm to extend your stay.