Looking for the best Cheapest way to migrate to Canada from Nigeria or the easiest Canadian immigration program for Nigerians? If yes, then you’re in the right place.
Also, if you are interested in relocating to Canada to study, work and live permanently, this article is mostly for you.
Since March of this year, I have been getting a lot of requests and questions from people of all ages and positions about how they can relocate to Canada…
…Doctors, nurses, bankers, students, men, women, pastors…you name it!
Many of them say they are just tired of Nigeria. Things are not working and any hope of ‘Nigeria go better’ has finally sizzled out like butter in a hot fry pan.
At first, I didn’t pay much attention to this because there are many websites out there with tons of information on this subject.
But I can understand the surge in requests for Canada relocation information…
Here is the search stat for the word Japa in the last 12 months.
And what of Canadian immigration? Just as you would expect, See below.
With these surges, came an intriguing question I considered which is” What’s the easiest and cheapest way to migrate to Canada from Nigeria?”, and I was like, but we have talked about how to relocate to Canada from Africa even if all other relocations paths are against you.
With the present condition of the country at the moment, I really don’t blame any Nigerian who is looking for a better life for themselves and their family.
Imagine the audacity of the “supposed” elites to be snapping pictures of them and their children in foreign schools during graduation, and posting on social media when our children, brothers, and sisters are in the house for over 5 months now cause of the ASUU strike.
And do we want to start talking about the $ to Naira rate now – the economy being in shambles? No, let’s not go there.
Truth is…Canada is a great country and home to about 100,000 Nigerians. And if you REALLY want to relocate to Canada, you better shine your eyes well well, know what you want, and take action. See the image below.
Let’s start with this…
Over the coming three years, Canada will target the following number of new immigrant landings:
- 2022: 431,645 permanent residents
- 2023: 447,055 permanent residents
- 2024: 451,000 permanent residents.
Perhaps you never saw where this is leading us, here is another chance to grab this simple method to move to Canada without Age, Agent, or IELTS wahala.
Let’s now see the cheapest ways to migrate to Canada from Nigeria.
P.S – If you want a video summary of the top ways, watch below.
Best & Cheapest Ways to Migrate to Canada from Nigeria in
1. Relocation with Express Entry Program? – No!
Basically, the legal and comfortable route to immigrate to Canada from Nigeria is via the Federal Express Entry Program. But I am aware that a lot of people hate it because of a required IELTS of 6.0+.
Relocating with Express Entry connotes that you have all the requirements + documentation the Canadian immigration service needs.
The express entry favors people 30 years old and below with a Master’s and one year of work experience (in qualified jobs).
But that route is very competitive. Even the last month’s CRS draw cut-off point stood at 500+ which is a tough point for a regular with no Canadian education, work experience, language, and more requirements to get.
Here was the draw overview:
On July 6, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held its first all-program draw in 18 months. A total of 1,500 candidates were invited to apply for Canadian immigration and candidates needed to have a score of at least 557, a very high score, in order to receive an invitation.
On top of this, if you are older than 35, it is more difficult for you to get into Canada using Express Entry (difficult, not impossible).
While Express Entry might seem like a big deal relocation route, the truth remains that it is the fastest way to relocate to Canada as a Nigerian or from any other country. And for that reason, below are the relocation steps.
An overview of the Express Entry Application process
Step 1. First, you need to get info about Canadian immigration programs, facilities, and rules.
Step 2. Get the info about IELTS, study, and give IELTS if you are from a non-native English language country.
Step 3. Get your professional skills assessed by Canadian skills assessment bodies (Like WES) for migrants like you need to apply for CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System).
Step 4. Create an Express Entry profile.
Step 5. Your profile gets ranked in the Express Entry pool depending on your points.
Step 6. You can get a job from a Canadian employer after you get an invitation to apply (ITA) for Canada.
Step 7. Submit Medical PCC and other Documents.
Step 8. Apply for a Canada visa and migrate to Canada.
To learn more about applying for the Express Entry route, click here now
Recommendation – click here to check out a Comprehensive Guide To Relocate To Canada As a Permanent Resident Skilled Worker
Is this route not favorable? If yes, then read down to see which of them fits your qualification.
P.S – in case you do not want to read more and go straight to the relocation path that do not require IELTS, go to Number #7. 😉
2. Relocation with Work Permit Immigration Program?– No!
The Work permit is another easy route to leaving Nigeria for Canada. This program involves using a work permit to work in Canada.
Here is an overview of the Work Permit
A step-by-step description of how to apply for a temporary work permit in Canada:
Step 1: Determine if you require a work permit to work in your desired job in Canada
Step 2: Determine if you are eligible to apply for a Canadian temporary work permit
Step 3: Determine if you will apply online or on paper
Step 4: Obtain a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from your potential employer, if required
Step 5: Obtain a temporary job offer from your potential employer
Step 6: Gather All Required Documents and Forms
Step 7: Pay fees :
Step 8: Submit the application:
The application may be submitted online or to a Visa Application Center.
Is this route not favorable? If yes, then read down to see which of them fits your qualification. And if you want to try it out, check out this Canadian site to start the application process.
3. Relocation with Provincial Nominee Program – No!
PNP again is one of the easiest routes to immigrate to Canada.
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is designed to enable provinces and territories to support the immigration of people who have expressed an interest in settling in their province or territory.
Based on many provinces, it uses a points system to qualify you.
Qualification Points are typically based on a combination of age, work experience, education, language, and connections to the province.
The good thing about it is that you might not require a 6.5+ IELTS to be sure to try it out. With an average score then you are good to go. But there is a deal-breaker.
With PNP, you can’t decide where you want to live in Canada. The point is, if you have a needed skill in any Canadian province then the Provincial Nominee Program is for you.
Here is an ultimate guide on the Provincial Nominee Program and its application.
Is this route not favorable? If yes, then read down to see which of them fits your qualification. But if you consider it, then check out the relocation requirements.
4. Relocate with Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Have you ever heard of the Rural Northern Immigration Pilot program, a flexible route to leave Nigeria for Canada?
Well, the Rural & Northern immigration Pilot was introduced to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in one of the participating communities in Canada.
Like the Express Entry Relocation pathway, there are so many requirements.
- You must have qualified work experience in the province.
- You must have graduated from a publicly funded post-secondary institution in the recommended community.
- Meet or exceed the language requirements – French Speaking/Proof
- Meet or exceed the educational requirements.
- Prove you have enough money to support your transition into the community.
- Intend to live in the community.
- Meet community-specific requirements and more.
To crown it all, RNIP mostly favors foreigners already resident in Canada.
Top Canadian Participating Communities in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
The Rural and Northern Immigration pilot takes place in the following participating communities at different times. Here is the list of them.
1. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
2. Thunder Bay, ON
3. Brandon, Manitoba
4. Altona/Rhineland, MB, and more.
#1. Sault Ste. Marie – Ontario, Canada
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada is a community of 73,000. Sault Ste. Marie provides a mix of urban and natural amenities that offer an affordable, active lifestyle in the heart of the Great Lakes.
ABOUT SAULT STE. MARIE’S Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Sault Ste. Marie’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot was/is designed to support economic development in her community and strengthen our local business’s capacity to develop and retain a skilled workforce.
This pilot is being managed in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corporation, FutureSSM, the Sault Ste. Marie Local Immigration Partnership and the Sault Community Career Centre.
As a Nigerian seeking relocation, all you need to do is apply as a Foreign National/ Applicant, and start processing your PR in Canada. Simple.
#2. Thunder Bay, – Ontario, Canada
Like Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay is a nice community in Canada.
Thunder Bay’s economy is undergoing a shift, becoming more diversified and sustainable. There are plenty of job and business opportunities but there are gaps in the workforce and an aging demographic causes concern. Hence, the need for foreigners/Nigerians to relocate to Canada via her Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot.
ABOUT Thunder Bay’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
On January 2, 2020, Thunder Bay began accepting applications for a Thunder Bay CEDC community recommendation from individuals wishing to immigrate to Thunder Bay where they have a genuine full-time job offer from an approved employer, meet the federal government’s eligibility criteria, and meet the community recommendation criteria set by the CEDC.
Can’t relocate using Express Entry or PNP? Then the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program is your next best pilot for Canada.
The RNIP is based on the confidence of other Nigerians that have grabbed their Permanent Residency in Canada.
What’s the processing time for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot?
The processing time for HCCPP is 6-9 months. It can span to 12 months if you delay from your end. To get started with the Northern Pilot program on your own, act fast with this complete guide.
Is this route not favorable? If yes, then read down to see which of them fits your qualification. But if you consider it, check out the update and steps here .
5. Relocate via the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) Program
The FSWC program is for skilled workers with foreign work experience who want to immigrate to Canada permanently.
Luckily, this program has minimum requirements for:
- skilled work experience
- language ability
You must meet all the minimum requirements to be eligible.
And if you meet all the minimum requirements, they’ll then assess your application based on:
- work experience
- whether you have a valid job offer
- English and/or French language skills
- adaptability (how well you’re likely to settle here)
These factors are part of a 100-point grid used to assess eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. You earn points for how well you do in each of the 6 factors. But the current pass mark is 67 points.
Also, note that you need Proof of funds. That is, you must show that you have enough money for you and your family to settle in Canada unless you are currently able to legally work in Canada or have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada.
If you are in for the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) Program, learn more and apply here.
6. Relocate Via Immigrate with A Start-Up Visa Program
Do you have an innovative business idea (like Elon Musk – just kidding)? If you can get support for your idea from one of the designated organizations, you may be able to immigrate to Canada via the start-up visa route.
Canada’s Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada that:
- are innovative
- can create jobs for Canadians
- can compete on a global scale
In summary, this route is for investors who will add to and boost the trade & economy of Canada.
To be eligible for the Start-up Visa Program, you must:
- have a qualifying business
- get a letter of support from a designated organization
- meet the language requirements
- bring enough money to settle
You must also meet the language requirements. That is, the ability to communicate and work in English, French or both languages will help your business succeed in Canada.
You must take a language test from an approved agency and include the results with your application, or we won’t process it.
You must meet the minimum level of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 in either English or French in all of these four areas:
If you are qualified for the start-up visa program, learn more and apply here.
Read more – here is how to score up to 7.0 in IELTS.
And now to the new system 90% of Nigerians now use to Relocate to Canada in the most “No Hassle & Most Affordable Way Possible” is via the Study Visa Route.
I mean, a system that over 20,000 Nigerians used in 2021 to enter Canada, and by next year will get their Canadian PR certificate.
Like I said before now if you are interested in relocating to Canada in 2022 to study, work, and live permanently, then sit up and listen.
7. Relocate To Canada without IELTS from Nigeria with the Study Visa Route – Yes, without IELTS. 😎
The Study Visa relocation route is what you need if you hate IELTS or TOEFL exams like most Nigerians.
With this relocation path, you can relocate, study for free, and work in Canada without wasting money on any travel agent or writing IELTS/TOEFL academic exams.
And the best news is that you can go for this relocation path even if you are above 40 years. Yeah.
So, How Does the Study Visa Work?
Step 1. You choose a Canadian School and Program in a province of your choice.
Step 2. You apply to the University/College depending on your CGPA plus school requirements.
Step 3. You get an offer letter and head on to Apply for a Study Visa.
Step 4. You arrive in Canada to study and get your Study Permit.
Step 5. You graduate and apply for Permanent Residence in Canada based on the province of choice.
Why is the Study Visa Relocation Pathway the Best for you?
#1. The Study Visa is the highest administration rate pathway to Canada today (undergraduate to Ph.D.).
#2. Most routes are inconsistent – for instance, relocation paths like EE, PNP, and others were paused for people outside of Canada, and guess what? The point system takes into consideration your age, language, IELTS, and more, which makes them very competitive.
#3. Does not need IELTS as far as you studied in English.
#4. Your age does not matter.
#5. Your Spouse/Family can join you. And guess what? Your husband or wife will get the Spousal Open Work Permit – to work anywhere in Canada.
And your children get work or study visit Visas based on their age.
#6. You get the Canadian Work Experience – imagine getting the top 2 requirements others sweat to get in the EE, PNP or other relocation programs.
#7. No agents are required. You do everything, plus the support you need to scale through.
To see more about why this is the new easy-peasy relocation route to Japa to Canada from Nigeria, click below and listen to Seyi who used this part as well to Canada + funding she got.
You can also get the complete guide toRelocate to Canada with Your Family Within 8 Months and Save as Much as N2m in the Process from Victor Jegede who has been in the system for a long time now.
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Final Notes on the Cheapest Way to Relocate To Canada from Nigeria
Relocation to Canada is a dream of many Nigerians, and the ones that have relocated haven’t had a cause to regret it.
Are you looking for the fastest way to permanent residence in Canada from Nigeria? It is the Express Entry.
With Express Entry you relocate based on your ability to sponsor yourself and meet all the Canadian immigration requirements.
If you’re looking at relocating to Canada based on your skill and work experience, you can apply for the Provincial Nominee program – you get nominated based on the need of the particular Canadian province.
And if you are still perplexed about the two then this is it. When choosing between Express Entry and Provincial Nominee, remember to do your research: consider the time, restrictions, costs, and requirement you need to process your application.
Who is the Rural and Northern Pilot Program for?
It is for those who hate IELTS but can still provide Proof of funds.
With the RNIP, you can comfortably relocate to Canada as a Nigerian using the Rural and Northern paths if only you are willing before they shut it down.
As soon as the number of candidates needed would have relocated to the Canadian communities, this relocation pilot program will be closed.
The Easiest Route with NO IELTS/TOEFL EXAMS to relocate to Canada from Nigeria
And finally, there lies the best with no IELTS or TOEFL exams. With this relocation path, you can relocate, study for free, and work in Canada without wasting money on any travel agent or writing IELTS/TOEFL academic exams.
The good news is that 18-45+ years are considered eligible.
Check out how Seyi Obasi did it. Or, you can follow Victor’s jegede’s steps.
And note, that the processing time starts from the day you decide to start your application process.
Why not get started today?
That is it on the easiest and cheapest Canadian Immigration program for Nigerians.
If you have questions, drop them below and I will attend to them.
Read also – How To Finally Relocate To Canada Without IELTS + PDF By Victor Ola | Ad – Make Money in Nigeria.
Can we chat am interested in this, thanks
The article has been updated. Kindly read through and get all the information.
So interesting to read through the guidelines but alot of things written here seems impossible. Please l need detailed and step by step guide and information about how to go about this.
Thanks in anticipation.
Thank you. The article has been updated. Kindly read through and get all the information.
I am really interested in this and ive read it through but would love to chat and know more.
Please drop all your questions here. Others will benefit as well. Thanks.
Am interested please.how do I get d job offer
There are a lot of job sites you can look out for. You can start with https://jooble.org/
I love your article. Can I chat with you please to know how to go about this. Thanks
Hu Ruth, Please drop all your questions here. Others will benefit as well. Thanks.
How can I be of benefit to this programme and can it accommodate family members.
Yes, sir. For instance, with the Home Care, while you relocate to Canada for the initial 24 months Canadian Experience, your children will be enrolled in school – if that is what you want, or if they will be working, then you will process work permits for them along with your Home Care Application.
Do I have to get a job for care first from my home country Nigeria ? If yes How do I get the job and what next after The job offer has been giving, can a relative give such job offer to have their child cared for ?
Every question you’ve asked is yes. How do I get them done? We have recommended the various blueprints here which has helped others so you can get it and get started as well. Have a blessed day.
What an interesting article?
If I may ask, do I need to write the IELTS before any attempts towards application for these programes is attempted or what and what is the possible total financial implication of each of these three ways you explained in the article?
You’re welcome Ola. Yes, IELTS is one of the basic and popular language tests for Canadian immigrants. If you are okay with french then you can take the TEF, The reason, Canada needs to be sure that you can communicate – that is why they need the compulsory test for everyone. Kindly see the finances here, and how to score 7+ in IELTS.
Am a single mother of four and I want to relocate to Canada with all urgency.
Okay, please what country are you writing from?
Migration through this scheme”About Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program” will cost totally how much in naira please??
While the cost is influenced by daily dollar rates. It’s advisable to plan from N600,000 N700,000 (~$1,650-$1,800)
For the RNIP; how much is the total cost for a family of five from scratch to finish. I would like to start the process as soon as I know the cost. How much should I budget?
Hi, Ken. On average, the application fee is N384,092.60 for you alone. So, with your family, you can keep x6 of that for miscellaneous.
i love your article but please do you have any option that wouldn’t require the ielts results, maybe one with an alternative of an english proficiency certificate?
Hi Florence. I don’t know why a lot of us are afraid of this test. Myself, I am getting ready to write this. It’s an English test to see if you can communicate since there are not using any Nigerian language in Canada. Be it as it may, you might use TEF – https://relocationgarland.com.ng/tef-exam-preparation-tips-for-beginners/
And yeah, there might be others that do not require that. Will communicate with you via your email – if the option is flexible.
EDIT – the article is updated/Kindly check out the route that do not require IELTS – number 6.
I have two questions to ask
1. Can I apply for this program before writing IELTS ?
2. During my two years work as a Child care giver will I be paid?
Hi, Remi. It’s important you have the test beforehand as you might be required to fill in the results.
#2. Yes, you will be paid. You can’t be hired or work for free.
Hi, please I have 3important questions for the home care providers program.
1. Do I need to be a nurse or any other medical professional before applying for this pilot,? because as the name implies “home care provider for the elderly” please clarify me, don’t want to make mistakes.
2. Due to the present worldwide pandemic situation, Is the program currently on?
3. How much will let cost totally in naira for the whole process?
#1. No, you don’t need to be a nurse. You are not going there as a nurse, but as a caregiver – like a baby sitter if it were children.
#2 & #3. The price might fluctuate but you can always check this out.
Thanks for the guide.
Based on this info, let’s say I want to apply for RNIP, can I still do it during this period of Coronavirus?
And also, what’s the budget for the whole processing?
Btw, I’m still in University, will that be a problem?
Yes you can. And for the price, kindly check out the Canadian Immigration site for updated listing since things have now changed based on the Pandemic effect.
Is there support for the Home Child Care program after payment?
Hey, Bola. Please which of the payments?
How much will I pay as agent fees?
How will I get a job/sponsorship for my application to sail through since I don’t have any friends and family for the rural and northern immigration pilot. I am interested in any legal one that’s easier like rural and northern immigration and child care giver since I do not qualify for express entry due to my age (late thirties). Gracias!
First off. If you have the funds, as far as you’re not up o 50 then EEP is okay.
Talking about Agent fees. This is directly proportional to the route you wanna use. So, which are you considering?
To get started, kindly see this guide. https://relocationgarland.com.ng/canada-visa-fees-in-nigeria/
Hi admin, Vic Oladimeji is my name. I am a certified HSE professional, with 3.5year construction industry experience. A 3rd class b.tech degree holder in Pure and applied chemistry. Pls which of the affordable pilot programs can I apply for and what are the success chances . I wanna relocate with just my wife. We are both below 30yrs of age. Thanks
If you can sponsor yourself, the best in terms of going with your head high (meeting all qualification) is via Express Entry. So, if you can afford to write the IELTS and get on with it, then you can go for it.
The PNP is next if you apply for Express Entry. As in, if you don’t meet the cut off mark for direct Express Entry you can use the Express-Provincial Nominee.
Read this please – https://relocationgarland.com.ng/canada-express-entry-application-nigeria/
Alternatively, a review of the EEP program – https://youtu.be/bGT7zKRbEDk
There are others. Let me know if you can use the above as mentioned.
So wonderful please I’m 48 and my husband is 58 can the RNIP program work for us
Hy, Janet. The age is dependent on the province/community you want to relocate to.
Hi, thanks for the eye opening, but I have few questions to ask.
Myself and my husband are currently planning on relocating to Canada from Nigeria, and with all the options you gave I think the RNIP will work for us, so my question is
1. How much will it cost us ?
2. How do we get a job to sustain us when we get there?
3. Do we need to write any of those exams I mean IELTS e.t.c
4. If question 3 is yes, how much does that cost.
5. Are we appling for a job while we are processing the Visa or we apply for a job once we have relocated and settled.
Hi, Odeh. I am yet to couple a detailed guide on it. But here is it.
The cost is dependent on your family size, just as I told Christy above. Here is a guide to your questions.
Pls am interested in this program want to relocate with my family which is the best nd cheapest
Hey, George. If you want to move using the Express Entry where you can choose your preferred Province, then check out the EXPRESS ENTRY GUIDE, or this Review Blueprint by Jegede.
Else, check out the Low IELTS Canadian program as highlighted.
Well written article,I would like to know in the case of couples trying to immigrate through rural pilot can only one person write the ielts exams or must it be the both couple? Secondly, how much are we expected to have as prove of fund with a baby. Thank you
#1. The IELTS for spouses is not compulsory. It is most important for the main applicant. You can confirm from the Canadian Visa Website if still in doubt.
#2. The proof of funds is directly proportional to your family size.
Funds you need
(in Canadian dollars)
Family of 1 $8,922
Family of 2 $11,107
Family of 3 $13,654
Family of 4 $16,579
Family of 5 $18,803
Family of 6 $21,207
Family of 7 or more $23,611
Note. Canadian dollars is lower than the main USD. So, you can do the conversion by Googling it.
My name is Shehu Quazim Inaolaji , I have my national diploma in mechanical engineering in one polytechnic in Nigeria long time ago but since then have not continued with sturdy . But am well trained mechanical technician with very large experience. Please I need the best plan that will not give difficulty in process and besides it is compulsory to take the test of English exams since I was thought in all my educational institutions with English which I can proof myself ?.And I have read a lot of guide like this that still gave guidelines about how to ignore the test of English , please help me out. Thanks.
Hey, Shehu. Kindly check out Rural Northern Pilot if you can support yourself with funds and if not check out the Home Pilot Program.
Can I come immediately with my family
Hey, Nkiruka. Yes, this works with your family as they can decide to work or school if you feel either work permit or study permit for them.
Thanks Sir,Pls Am in Engineering Field Am a Bsc holder and my Wife is a fashion Designer We have a Daughter and a Son,Pls what platform 8s best for me and my Family.
If you can sponsor yourself, the fastest way is Express Entry. However, if you can also sponsor your family with less requirements, go for Rural Pilot program, and lastly, if you can’t sponsor yourself, use Home Pilot. If Home Pilot you have to be fast about it as it is just for a limited time.
We have outlined how to go about everything on the blog, so, check them out.
To relocate through RNIP for family is there any examination the couple need to write? Please what are the requirements to relocate to Canada through RNIP
Hey, Aderinboye. Kindly check this out – https://relocationgarland.com.ng/rural-northern-immigration-pilot-nigeria/ . If you need further info after the read,see the recommendation or check out the Canadian Immigration site.
Good day sir, my name is Michael, age 38 with o level certificate I learnt industrial air condition, working with an engineering company,pls what will be best platform to apply and province/community.
Check out Provincial Nominee -after applying for Express Entry.
Please I scored a C in my English in waec is it good enough to use in my application or do I have too rewrite🤗
Hey, Emma. C is a big score, which is credit. No need to rewrite.
i am interested relocating to canada from nigeria
my question is
1 what is the legit way for relocating
2 how do i get the job over there
3 what does it cost me from the beginning to the end of the process
Hi, Clinton. All the ways mentioned in the article are legit and thousands of others use it to travel.
Amount: this is different per family and method used.
Job: it’s easier to get a job when you are in Canada. Even students from other countries work while they study.
If you want to use the Study route, check this out. And if you can self-sponsor, check this out:
My name is kayode,am 35years,am an electrical technicians ,with 8years experience,married with 3 kids,am interested in working and live in Canada,
Which program is best for me and my family
Hey, Kayode. The Express Entry or Provincial is adequate for you. But go first with Express Entry.
Check this out – https://relocationgarland.com.ng/canada-express-entry-application-nigeria/
Hi I’m Chidera by name please can someone work in Canada with visitation visa or can someone get work visa without ilets please I need an Urgent answer.
Sorry to respond late. You can’t work on a Visitation Visa since (unless unique to the Province). And yes, you can get a work visa without ilets.
Hi well done sir just wanna ask if I am to go by sponsor will it still require my statement of account or rather the sponsorer statement of account
N.b the sponsorer is a Canadian citizen and he’s a relative ?
Yes, you need to present the Sponsorers Statement of account. It’s not a problem if the Sponsorer stays Abroad or in Nigeria.
Yes would love to migrate to Canada but is there a means where by one can sponsor me then i will have to work and pay back.
Yes, get enrolled in the noeiltstcanada program as there is a provision in the program – https://relocationgarland.com.ng/how-to-relocate-to-canada-without-ielts/
Thank you for the information. Please, must one still have to do the transcripts of a thing through WES if one is applying fo Rural and Northern Pilot programme?
Yes, this is important so you can be graded on the same level as Canadians. But first, check out if it is currently compulsory.
Hi, my name is Francis. I have National Diploma in Business Administration, and Bsc. In Marketing. I am a Civil Servant, working under Lagos State Government as Executive Officer in Personnel Unit under Human Resources Office. I don’t have any skilled experience than Humanitarian Service in different organizations. How can I apply for PR visa? I really want to relocate to Canada for better life.
Hey, Francis, I recommend you use the Study Route. But if you don’t want then go with the Express Entry/PNP.
I had gone through ur beautiful write up.
I’m 52yrs old and I’m a professional medical laboratory scientist with enough experience. Can I applied for the RNIP Program? How fast would it be with my family inclusive of 4 of us?
Can my wife also apply differently for Home care program to maximize our chances?
Or can u help me for the temporary work permit as a medical laboratory scientist?
Hi, Maurice. The RNIP was suspended some months ago, but I recommend you check if they have resumed it. And yes, your family can come along where your wife will get a work permit.
If you need a professional help, please write to me via email to direct you properly.
Thanks for this.
At least, this is somewhere I can start from. This country don tire me.
this is a beautiful article you have above, am 42 years and i have an HND in dental technology please which of the package will the best for me and the family of six and how much will that cost. thanks
Hi, Odu. If you can fund the processes, then go for Express Entry, but that involves everything said on the page. However, if with Study Route, then it is recommended to go first and then take your family along after like your first semester.
Click the program recommended to learn more about how the Study Route Works.
I’m interested to study in Canada
You’re good to go. Just choose the best pathway for you.
i am 44years old with 4 kids, 17, 16, 15 and 5years. i really want re locate for greener pasture. i am a civil servant though which means limited funds. please which is the best route for me and my family as i want to travel with the kids who will need to go to school. please help
Hi, Veeeev. Welcome and thanks for your comment. With your situation, Express Entry is the best route – although you will need Proof of Funds. There are agencies that can take care of that for you. And when you travel, your children will still be schooling in Canada.
Hi.i find your article very educative…my questions are 1. Can someone who is applying for a student visa still work in Canada?..
2. If I eventually get to canada,is it a must I attend the institution?
3.what happens upon completing the time frame of study.
#1. Yes, you can.
#2. If that was why you applied or using the study pathway, then yes.
#3. You can comeback to Nigeria or decide to stay back and apply for Permanent Residency in Canada
Thanks for this article, it’s really a revealing one.
Please I need your professional advice on what can favour my family of four (8yrs girl & 5yrs boy) and enable us to get PR in Canada.
I am 42yrs. Have already got 3 years full time program offer and acceptance letter from DLI. but the issue of POF has made me not to apply for study permit… I also have opportunity of job offer with LMIA stuff.
Which one is more easier and highly favourable to aid PR and family relocation ?
Hi, Ebenezer. There are agencies that help with Proof of Funds. You can meet one of them for this.
I want to relocate to Canada on study visa,I have my passport and other school certificate ready,how much do I need to sponsor myself for schooling in Canada?
There is no exact amount as this is dependent on many factors – entry method – Scholarship or Self Sponsor? Taking part time job, the particular School fess and etc.
Hi! Thanks for the article
About the Express Entry, if I have above 12months years of experience in Nigeria but don’t have enough funds to sustain me in Canada can I still apply.
There are agencies that can take care of your Proof of Funds – and depending on what you want to do in Canada, you can take a job – Part time or Full time.
Good job over the years…pls I am 48yrs and re-married 2yrs ago (no kids yet) i wish to apply thru the study route…
What are d steps involved…the list of schools to choose from or the Canadian cities/institutions that offer these admissions
Hi, Raphael. All the questions relating to this are listed in the blueprints recommended. You can get it and save yourself much stress.
Ok, thanks while I await the moderation
Thanks for the detailed explanation, well done. You are saying study for free. How is this possible please?
Study for free only applies for 100% scholarship. But if we are real, relocation to Canada is costly, so, you should be properly informed about that.
Please how do we meet any of the agencies for proof of fund
Hey, Helen. The list of accommodating POF agencies are listed in the course as stated earlier. You can get from there or make individual research if you want something different.