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The expanse of Canada's natural beauty, from mountains and glaciers to secluded lakes and forests, is almost unparalleled worldwide. But Canada's allure is not just the great outdoors, Canada has cosmopolitan cities that are clean, safe, friendly and multicultural. In fact, Canada repeatedly is lauded as one of the world's most livable countries. Whether your interests are river rafting or live theater, Canada won’t disappoint.
Spectacular Canadian Cities

Although it’s doubtful you’ll get to all of them in one trip, the following cities are the most popular destinations for visitors to Canada.

  Niagara Falls
  Quebec City
Canada and Canadian Cities
Canadian Rockies Ottawa - Canada Toronto - Canada
  Canada is the second largest among all countries in the world.
  Immigrants from all parts of the world come to Canada.
  They settle mainly in the top cities of the country.
Introduction to Canada Immigration
A Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa is a document which allows a person to live and work anywhere in Canada, and confers upon that person Permanent Resident status. A person who is a Canadian Permanent Resident may apply for Canadian Citizenship after 3 years.

You can apply for Permanent Resident status and Temporary status at the same time. Canadian Immigration policy recognizes the concept of dual intent.

Settlement in Canada
Settlement in Canada is something you should start planning for well before you actually arrive in Canada, Albright will guide you in right direction.

In planning for and setting up a new life in Canada, you need tools, resources, and information to make sure that you will successfully integrate into Canadian society and the Canadian work force.
Landing in Canada
Once you get in to Canada, you'll need to get a bank account, a drivers license, a social insurance number.  You'll need to find a place to live, a school for your children, and you may need the services of immigrant-serving organizations.     
Work in Canada
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce.

If you are looking for permanent or temporary work in Canada, or you are a Canadian employer seeking to bring in skilled foreign professionals from abroad, Albright Consulting  will provide you with valuable and prompt services to  accomplish your goals.

Why Become a Permanent Resident

That is one question you may already be wondering, especially if you've done some research into what the process requires. It isn't easy to become a permanent resident, after all.

Plus, there are other options available if you want to work or study in Canada. Short-term, temporary visas are issued to workers and students that allow them to live and work in Canada.

So why become a permanent resident?

The answer is simple: you'll have more rights.
When you become a permanent resident of Canada, you are entitled to most of the same rights and privileges as a Canadian citizen. Below is a list of a few of these rights:

  You are entitled to equal treatment and equal protection.
  You are entitled to certain legal rights, such as to be presume innocent until Proven guilty
  You have the right to enter and exit Canada as you see fit, plus you can move freely from province to province.
  Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) – For families with children under the age of 18 who are considered to have a low-income, the Canadian government provides Monthly tax-free payments to help cover expenses.
  Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, and Canada Pension Plan
  Universal health care – Most necessary medical expenses are covered through the  Canadian universal health care program.
  Free education – All children under 18 are entitled to a free education in the  Canadian public school system.
  All of these benefits and more become available to you when you are a permanent resident of Canada.
  Additionally, being a permanent resident gives you the opportunity to become a  Canadian citizen after only three years of living and working in Canada.
How to Become a Permanent Resident

Becoming a permanent resident of Canada requires submitting an application and getting a passing score on the Pass-Mark evaluation scale. You'll need to submit documentation of your age, work experience, education, and more in order to qualify for permanent resident status.

Albright Consulting provide the following services
Free Counseling according to candidate’s profile.
Evaluation of the profile according to National Occupation list of Canada.
Check list of documents
IELTS scores as per requirement
The entire PR process will take approximately 6 – 8 months of time.
It will be Permanent resident Visa for 5 years.  
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