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Fortunately, there is a way to avoid such intense competition and improve your chances of obtaining a permanent residence visa. If you are a candidate who is very interested in the desired situation, you can decide to follow the educational path.
In recent years, obtaining a permanent residence visa for Canada has become a tough competition as more and more people seek to work in the country. Nowadays, applicants from other countries are often evaluated against one another – the person with the highest scores receives an invitation to apply for permanent residence.
The Canadian Education Program is very attractive to international students
Canada has gradually become the main destination for studying abroad in the world for students around the world. According to recent statistics, the country welcomes more than 642,000 international students. In the last press, IRCC noted that Canada is seeing remarkable growth with a 13% increase in the number of international students in 2019. Without the global epidemic of Covid-19, the country had expected more students to join different universities across the country.
The recent change in policy in Canada has made the education program more attractive.
If, at the end of the day, you want to obtain a permanent residence status, the curriculum can facilitate the process in several ways. First, the Canadian immigration system selects applicants based on their education, age, work experience, and language.
Studying in Canada will earn you signs for each of the factors listed above. For example, foreign students attend university while they are still young and follow English or French, which helps them better integrate into the country’s social and economic sectors. Good education degrees add more points for applicants. Applicants who have completed higher education in the country will receive more points than other applicants who have studied abroad when applying for a permanent residence visa under various programs.
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Work while studying and continue working after graduation
The only thing that attracts more international students to the country is the opportunity to work while studying. In addition, a student can obtain a Postgraduate Work Permit (PGWP) at the end of their studies. Usually, PGWP allows a student to work for no more than 20 hours per week during the study period. For students who take full-time units, they work during the summer and winter holidays. Another good thing about PGWP is that it allows students to work for any employer within three years and allows spouses of PGWP holders to obtain an open work permit during the same period.
How to study in Canada and obtain permanent residence
Let’s take a case example.
Howdy comes to Canada and joins a university to pursue his two-year university studies. After graduation, Hoody is eligible for a three-year PGWP. During this period, he held a junior position in a Canadian technology company. After one year of experience, Howdy has the practical experience needed to apply for the Canadian Class Experience Program in Express Entry. After successfully submitting his Express Entry profile, Howdy accomplished his goal in Canadian PR.
The scholarship completes the most profitable education program
Imagine starting your university studies as an international student from your home and receiving a scholarship that greatly reduces the costs you could have paid, and after moving to Canada, you have the right to work while studying. Above all, you earn more points that help you receive an invitation to apply.