The Sure way to Successfully Immigrate to Canada from Nigeria using the Express Entry Program
Hi, welcome to Relocation Garland.
Before we get started, I want to assure you that this is the best path if you really want to relocate to Canada.
By best path, I am talking about using one of the easiest routes – the Federal Express Entry Program to move to Canada.
And don’t worry because you are in good hands.
I have been getting numerous emails and private messaging, so much that I am bent to not just telling you how to start your relocation process, but HOW to do it till the end.
One of the basic questions is, “how are Nigerians in Canada fairing or how can I apply for jobs in Canada from Nigeria?
If any of the above sounds like you, you will get every detail you need to get started.
Disclosure #1: this is not for you if you want to relocate using an agent or agency.
Disclosure #2. Sure enough, this article cannot cover every single aspect of immigrating to Canada. However, if you want to know more about the Express Entry process to move to Canada, this is for you.
Disclosure #3: This won’t be a boring 10,000 words. I will summarize everything so you get ONLY what you need to get started: I will clearly avoid the sad story of how John Bosco went to Senior Grammar school and from there tried 30 times without success before finally relocating to Canada in 2009.
Why Have I Finally Written This Rugged Path To Relocating To Canada From Nigeria?
I am pessimistic that at the end of this journey, you will be able to start packing your bags and finally telling friends that you will be leaving for Canada, in the next 6-9 months of processing.
Are you good to go? If yes, “Jump to how to relocate to Canada from Nigeria”, else, scroll the page down to see the basics you need to consider.
Before you Relocate To Canada from Nigeria – things to consider
So, you are ready to move to Canada from Nigeria, right? Good. But before that, let’s answer some unsurprisingly easy questions about immigrating to Canada. By answering these simple questions, you should have positioned yourself with the right tip beats to match forward.
Verifying International Passport and the Cost
Before we think of relocating to Canada from Nigeria, one of the cardinal factors is knowing the cost and where to verify your international passport.
To cut the matter short, all the verifications about your international passport can be found on the Nigerian Immigration website, however, the most important thing is the cost and the necessary modalities.
Although this article was not billed to be a long one, hitherto, I don’t see any sense in keeping vital information from you. Why? It is certain that if I don’t answer now, you guys will ask me via PM or email.
The Current Price of International Passport in nigeria (as of August 2019)
Of course, the cost of a Nigerian International Passport has to do with the pages of the passport and your age.
Below are some of the best-related prices.
Nigerians In Canada – How Far Is Life?
A lot of things have centered on the question “how are Nigerians in Canada living? Well,
First of all, as a Nigerian living in Canada, one of the things you’ll notice there is the huge difference between your Naija life back home and here in Canada.
Lest I forget, everything, from public transit to health care has a well-defined system.
Let’s go deeper so you see how Nigerians in Canada are living to the fullest.
The climate is completely different!
There are some provinces that are super cool and cold. If you know that you cannot survive in sometimes -40 degree Celsius weather (Edmonton, Alberta), then you might want to reconsider the other provinces.
The best way to live here is learn how to adapt quickly by with the aid of thermal wears and fleece-lined jackets.
#2. Social Life:
This varies but depending on your personality, it might be very difficult for you to have a social life here.
Of course, you can’t take away the fact that Canadians are the most hospitable people on earth, nevertheless, some things here are very different.
Best way to keep up with your social life is by planning hiking trips, tours trips & dinner with your co-workers or classmates.
Again, night life is also pretty much a thing here (most especially in the major cities).
The conclusion for Nigerians living in Canada is, as long as you are hardworking, law abiding, friendly and smart, you’ll definitely enjoy your stay in Canada.
Easiest Province To Get PR In Canada for Nigerians
It is one thing to ask about the easiest province to Get PR in Canada, but, have you considered the culture and climatic conditions? Well, since you did not ask me that, let’s go on.
Now, the easiest province to Get PR in Canada for Nigerians is Manitoba.
Although with the Express Entry Program, you can jump around to choose where to live in Canada, also, with the fact that Manitoba is majorly a French speaking province, it turns out that a lot of Nigerians mostly live there.
Each year, some 15,000 immigrants arrive in Manitoba. The outcomes for internationally experienced workers who immigrate through the MPNP are positive.
According to a recent survey, 85 per cent of Manitoba nominees were working three months after arrival, 76 per cent were homeowners within five years and 95 per cent of families settled permanently in the community.
Later on, at the end of this journey you will get a Bonus Guide I got from the Manitoban Province. It’s called the “a newcomer’s guide to City of Morden, Manitoba”.
(What you want to do with the book is print it out so you can digest it with the graphic contents easily)
Here is an excerpt from the Guide –
N20,000+ (little fractions)
Please Note: the prices may vary by the time you check it out – based on the Naira-Dollar exchange rate and other minor factors.
Okay, that is all about Verifying International Passport and the Cost to get it delivered.
As you begin your new life in Morden, we are confident that you will quickly feel welcome and realize that you made the right decision to make Morden your new home.
Our community is made up of people from all over the world who have chosen to make Morden their home. We all have similar goals and dreams for ourselves, our families and our community. Aside from building a better community, inclusiveness is mandated by a variety of Canadian laws, as well as countless social protocols.
It is against Canadian culture and laws to belittle or discriminate against anyone based on any protected quality, such as: race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, etc. Morden is known for its welcoming and inclusive nature.
Join us in welcoming the world to Morden!” – How sweet.
I believe I have answered the question of easiest province to get PR in Canada for Nigerians.
How To Apply For Jobs In Canada From Nigeria
How To Apply For Jobs In Canada From Nigeria, really? Well, you can start applying or looking out for Jobs by getting registered on the Canadian Job Bank Website.
No matter what I will say here, there are those that will believe that there is no job in Canada. Well, maybe true, however, you will find a search for over 105,005 job postings in Canada.
Here is the website – jobbank.gc.ca. Just subscribe for the jobs there and get notified.
Top In-Demand Jobs in Canada for Nigerians
Since we have shown how to apply for a job in Canada from Nigeria, let’s go on to see the Top In-Demand Jobs in Canada.
Based on the high numbers of applicants and the province in question, preference for selection will be given to applicants who have recent experience as:
#2. Early Childhood Educators (children less than 5 years old)
#3. Manufacturing Supervisors
#4. Food Service Supervisors (fast food)
#5. Construction Managers
#7. Painters and Decorators (Painter in manufacturing or construction setting)
How to Win the Employer Over in Canada
#1. Show Professionalism.
What do I mean?
You don’t have an excuse to getting a job. See no.2 and 8.
For no.2 you can easily get enrolled in a day care school and get the experience.
The best part is the letter of reference you will receive from the Day Care School which will boost your CRS point for selection (we will come to that soon).
#2. Start a Simple Food Blog
For no #8, what you want to do is start a blog on it.
If you are into food, start a Simple Food Blog (for a social proof).
This can benefit you in the future if you want, but for now, it’s to build your relocation chances – CRS Points.
Just gather about 30 foody articles with great pictures and put together, and click publish. What will this do? You will convince you employee the more.
Will this work? You are a Jew if you don’t believe.
I got accepted and currently working with 3 top American Brands. How? Because I put out myself as a Professional. With what? With my Pro Blog.
Although I have my success proofs and authority, as for you, you literally need a proof, so you can boost your authority with a simple food blog.
What of a welding or carpentry blog? 😎
Hmmm, it’s rare but you can’t be the one not to break new grounds.
Where to start a beginner Food or Personal Blog? With Kinsta Company. (If you don’t want failure with Naija companies).
Shoul you need a cheaper company, I have also used Hostgator.com (preferably if you can optimize your website for speed)
#3. Build a Powerful Resume.
See, you’ve got no excuses because there are many Free Online Certificate Courses you can use and boost your chance of landing a good job in Canada. Just Google them out.
I shall update the post if I find another great step to increasing your job landing chance in Canada.
How to Finally Move to Canada without visiting any Agency’s Office
What you will learn?
#1. Understanding Permanency Residency in Canada
#2. The 2 favorable relocation paths for Nigerians
#3. How to prepare your evaluation report using WES before ITA.
#3. How to Beat IELTS with 7.0+ Score.
#4. What you can use as proof of funds.
#5. How to relocate without paying no agents N3,000,000
#6th step till finish…
#1. Understanding Permanency Residency in Canada
We will see what it means for you to be a permanent resident in Canada.
#2. Federal Express Entry Program or Provincial Nominee Program
There are 2 basic ways favorable for Nigerians to leave for Canada and those are “The Federal Express Entry “Program and the Provincial Nominee Program”. I will focus on FEEP so you can get it started today.
#3. Preparing your WES before ITA.
This is an evaluation report that puts you in the same rank as graduates in Canada. We will see how to go about your evaluation report with WES.
#4. Soaring over Language Test – IELTS
Many of my clients think that IELTS – language test is not compulsory with Express Entry Program…Well, it is.
Now before we start arguments as others have pushed me to, now, let’s say that it’s is not compulsory, we will still see how to beat it. Hope you get my point, so we can avoid endless arguments.
#5. How to Relocate With no Agent fee of N3,000,000+
We will see how to relocate without having to spend millions of naira on Agents or different Agencies.
#6. Proof of Funds
When you arrive in Canada, you will be given a stipend ($800+) to take care of you and your family before you settle. Even with that, you will be given many monetary packages in 5 Canadian figures. But it is not enough reason to go empty-handed.
So, I will show you what to use as proof of Funds – this is a proof that apart from the Canadian support, you can survive – don’t think they want you to be a burden, hope you get me.
Please, email your success story that you have arrived in Canada in the next months to come.
Bonus Point: What to do in anticipation while your application is processed.
Requirements for Moving to Canada from Nigeria
The essential requirements/pre-requisites which one must fulfill if you are moving to Canada from Nigeria are the following.
➡ Language proficiency:
One must provide proof that his/ her language proficiency is in at least one of Canada’s official languages (English and French) via recognized certification agencies.
One must provide a foreign Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report.
➡ Health requirements:
Medical fitness certificate, in a format prescribed by the authorities, is a must requirement. Talk to a doctor, or consult with a Canadian Pharmacy for more information.
➡ Character requirements:
One must have no criminal records in the previous country and must obtain police clearance certificates addressing the same.
There you have it, the best fit requirements for moving to Canada from Nigeria legally.
How To Relocate To Canada from Nigeria with Federal Express Entry Program-Today!
#1. Understanding Permanency Residency in Canada
A Permanent Resident in Canada is someone who has been given a legal approval by the Canadian Government to work, live, and enjoy the numerous benefits (health care, housing, etc.) as the Canadian Citizens.
When you land in Canada, you will be issued your special Permanent Resident card. You will get it approximately 60 days of landing.
#2. Relocation to Canada through the Federal Express Entry Program
The FEEP started in 2015. The essence of it was and is to grant those with work experience or skills in any profession to relocate to Canada.
When you hear that a doctor or a pro-fine-artiste left Nigeria for Canada, your guess is as good as mine. It was via the Federal Express Entry Program.
How It Works
All you need to do here is to submit your skill or work experience, educational height(s), educational background, IELTS and other requirements as stated above for the years draw – selection process.
As soon as you complete and cross-check your Express Entry profile, go ahead and submit.
From the information you supply, you will be assigned a cutoff point – like JAMB score.
But in this case, it is called, CRS point. CRS means the Comprehensive Ranking System.
With the score, your data generates, if you are qualified based on your cut-off point, you will be notified for the next application.
And it should be noted that, unlike the Provincial Nominee Program where you reside in your nominated province, with Express Entry Program, you can live wherever you want (choose) in Canada.
– Step #1.
Test Your Relocation Eligibility for Express Entry Program
Before you go to the next steps, it is recommended to test eligibility by taking a simple Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is simple and you can do it by yourself.
If you have not done a language test before, give yourself a realistic test score and fill out other information.
By recommendation, just give yourself a test score lower than what you think you may get so you can weigh the amount of room you have to play around with.’
As for the result of this test, you can check back in 2-4 weeks after submission.
You will get the Form Sample + Questionnaire (link below).
Now you are eligible, prepare for your Credential Evaluation.
– Step #2.
Now you are eligible, the next step is to prepare your documents for Evaluation.
Credential evaluation puts you on the same radar as those in Canada. Let’s say you studied a degree course like Economics for 4 years in Nigeria, with WES, you can be evaluated wherefore you will be ranked equivalent to someone with a degree in Canada.
You might ask, why can’t I just use my certificate or transcript?
Answer: the Canadian Immigration Program for FEEP does not allow direct usage of certificates or transcripts.
So, how do you get this done?
There are several agencies that can help you but the popular one is WES.
A bit of history of WES is that for over 45 years, WES has empowered international students and professionals to reach their goals through our trusted credential evaluations and advice.
So, what you need to do is submit your documents for evaluation. For those that keep asking me, what if I have only SSE certificate? Read on.
The Evaluation Submission Summary:
When you put in all your degree details, the WES system will automatically pull out the documents you are required to send to them for verification.
Luckily, for most countries, only transcripts are required.
No sorry for Nigerians.
For you with Nigerian degrees, you are required to provide a whole lot more due to the fact that many people were sending in falsified documents.
At this point, what to do is decide whether to use only your higher degree if you have one from another country – something like online certificate/degree.
The List of requirements for Nigerian degrees:
♣ Degree Certificate
♣ Academic Transcripts
♣ Final Secondary Examination Results
♣ WAEC / NECO Scratch Card
How to Submit your Documents for WES Evaluation
#1. Register an account with WES.
#2. Fill out a profile and provide information about your degree(s). Please, make sure every detail is correct and you cross-check a couple of times.
#3. Pay the evaluation fee and the courier fee (for them to ship your evaluation back to you). Courier fee is not compulsory but it hastens the delivery process.
Patiently wait for WES to receive your documents and complete your verification.
It takes about 20 working days from when they receive all your required document for them to send you an evaluation report.
Note: This is the report that you need for your Canadian Permanent Resident application.
The official Link from WES is below. Not now. Let’s finish what you wanted – PR in Canada.
Now you are super eligible for Application, waiting or have received your WES evaluation report, prepare for IELTS.
– Step #3.
Register for Language Test
Has a scammer in the name of an agent told you that IELTS is not compulsory for those seeking PR with the FEEP? If you fall for it, it’s simple. You thought they had gone to Canada themselves. 🙄
Now, everyone applying for Canadian PR has to take a language test to show proficiency in either French or English. You even get bonus points if you can prove both!
Canadian Language Benchmarks and IELTS Score Comparison
Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) are the national standards for describing, measuring and recognizing the English language proficiency of adult immigrants and prospective immigrants for living and working in Canada.
Canadian Language Benchmarks
Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB)
To get started with IELTS, all you need is to register on the official IELTS site with the British Council.
Note: Having 6.0 is not too bad, yet 6.5+ is the recommended score without having to overthink in the night.
But how do you have a score of 6.5 and above?
Practice, practice, and practice. You can even join extra-lessons for it if you want.
But before that, get my own share of value so you pass like a jet.
I will give you FREE practice tests to help you prepare for the IELTS General test. Sounds fair enough? Good.
I tell you what? You do not want to take these practice guides for granted.
Form Sample + Questionnaire + Free IELTS practice test officials links is below
– Step #4.
Create Your Online Express Entry Profile
Having successfully followed the above steps, it’s now time to create your Express Entry Profile. This is a MUST take step before being qualified to submitting your application for the Federal Express Entry Pool.
Note that this profile will close within 60 days of opening it if you do not submit, so try to complete it as soon as you can.
How it Works
You will be asked for some personal information, work history, test scores, degree details, etc.
In all these, it’s important to tell nothing but the truth because of #1. Details will add up to give you a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score and #2. If found out you were playing funny you will be banned from the program, forever (maybe).
Having done this, welcome as you have officially joined the Express Entry Pool.
The Form Sample + Questionnaire + Express Entry Profile + Free IELTS practice test download links is below.
– Step #5.
Apply for Invitation to Apply (ITA)
All you need to do after the above steps is to wait for an Invitation to Apply (ITA).
What’s the Time required? 1 Day to Indefinite…
Every two weeks, a draw is made from the pool of submitted Express Entry profiles. This draw is done to offer ITAs to candidates.
The official statement from ITA is that…”you can now begin the official application process for PR”.
The exact cut-off score is determined by the number of selections the committee plans to choose from that draw.
What if your score tallies with another, what will happen?
ITA uses factors like date and time of submission to break the tie. So, it’s advisable you get started immediately for a successive draw in case your score tallies with Mrs. A. or Mrs. B.
Next step: the one we’ve been waiting for…
– Step #6.
Apply for Canadian Permanent Residency.
Wooooooooooooooooooooow 🙄 😆
Now that you have been invited to apply, you will need to prepare your application and submit all your documents.
At this point, note that your fees will be split into “application fee” and a “right to permanent residence fee”.
What if you do not successfully get PR, will the balance be refunded? Of course, the balance will be refunded to you.
Disclosure: You only have 60 days to complete this application!
Official and Accepted Documents for Canadian Permanent Residency Application
💡 Application Fee (see above)
💡 Academic Verification Report
💡 Test Results
💡 Proof of Funds (see below in detail)
💡 Digital Photographs
💡 Passport Biodata Page (may not be compulsory)
💡 Medical Examination – every country has an approved list of panel physicians who can provide a medical examination.
In Nigeria, there are three in Lagos and one in Abuja and the costs may vary slightly.
💡 Police Certificates – if you have lived in a country for more than 6 months in a row, within the last 10 years, you have to include police reports from each of those countries (including your home country, where you currently live).
Of course, the cost of obtaining a police certificate will differ based on where you live and where you are requesting one from.
💡 Reference or Experience Work Letter – your former and current employers listed on your Express Entry Profile must all provide letters to prove your work history with them.
Other Documents – this can only be needful if you have other add-ons. I mean, you may be required to submit other documents such as whether you have children, you are divorced, married, and so on.
Interested in finding out other options? I will send that to you for FREE. Read on.
Your Free Materials
Click below to Access the Form Sample + Questionnaire
Click below to Access the Express Entry Profile
Click below to Access the official Registration for WES
Click below to access Other document requirements for PR application
Click below to access Language Test – IELTS Registration Page
– Step #7.
Provide Proof of Funds.
As I said, when you arrive in Canada, you will be given a stipend ($800+) to take care of you and your family before you settle. Even with this, you still have to show a Proof of Funds.
How Proof of Funds Works
You must provide a letter from your bank vouching for the availability of funds required for relocation. These are the amount required for relocation:
(Figures is subject to be lower or higher – based on exchange rate)
1 Family Member (you alone): 12,669 CAD or 3.46 million Naira
2 Family Members: 15,772 CAD or 4.31 million Naira
3 Family Members: 19,390 CAD or 5.30 million Naira
For each additional family member: $3,414 or 932,000 Naira.
What if you do not have an active Proof of Funds from Bank? Can you use a Pension Proof of Funds?
You can also use this if there is a possibility that the funds will be readily available.
What else… Rejoice. But before that…
– Step #8.
Receive your Application
An official statement from IRCC is that, 80% of all applicants (like you) receive a response within 6 months.
What you don’t want to do…
Worrying for 6 months.
If I were you, ask me (I mean the writer to tell you more about Canada and I will be glad to do). Why? Why kill yourself of overthinking because it won’t change nothing nor fasten the response time.
What to do upon waiting for Response for Canadian Permanent Residency Application
Go about your normal business.
If you want, log in to your profile from time to time to check your application progress report. – I mean to see what stage your application has reached.
Click the share button to please share this article – I have spent WEEKS of months for research alone to put every step you’ve seen together for you – specially dedicated to you.
Learn a Skill or make some more money as you will be leaving for Canada.
You can learn Freelancing or start a blog which can fetch you REAL-TIME income while there (before you get an OFFICIAL JOB in Canada).
(How do you make money with your Blog?)
Slap Google AdSense on it and start making some mooooniiiiiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssss).
A good place to start a reputable blog is Kinsta Company. I recommend them 120% times).
Or with HostGator as low as $2.75/month – less than N800
What to Blog About?
Write about your FUN waiting time, the stress and anxiety, 😥 the airport journey, how you almost suffocated inside the plane (as a first-timer) and so on. Sounds great? It should. 😆
Back to our story before I miss the road…
For those that still want to overthink even after I have said this, this is for you as a solace.
You will get your response in 2 months and for others, it may take 6 months. Just be patient and wait!
– Step #9.
Receive a PPR – Passport Request email – Ready for Visa
When once get this letter, you can send in your passports.
Your PR approval will also come with a deadline when you have to enter into Canada or else your PR will be invalidated.
Upon receiving your PR approval, you need to pack your bags and tell friends and family goodbye as you have between 6 months to 1 year from the approval to land in Canada.
I once told you that will you finally pack your bags.
Please do cause you are ready to move to Canada from Nigeria as a Permanent Resident.
How Much Money Is Needed For Submitting Your Canada Permanent Residence Visa Application?
Let’s say you are applying to relocate with your spouse, below is the break down amounts you will have to pay.
➡ The Canadian Permanent Residence Visa fee for primary applicants amounts to $500 Canadian Dollars (₦137,400.26). The Right of Canadian Permanent Residence fee is $490 Canadian Dollars | (₦134,652.26).
➡ Spouse/common laws partner or family member fee is $550 Canadian Dollars. Also, the Right of Canadian Permanent Residence fee is $490 Canadian Dollars.
➡ If it’s a child of under 22 years, the fee is $150 Canadian Dollars.
A Fine List of Canada Visa Fees in Nigeria as of 2019.
♣ Individual visa – ₦27,480.05
♣ Family rate – ₦137,400.26
♣ Visitor visa — including super visa – ₦27,480.05
♣ Study permit – ₦41220.08
♣ Work permit – ₦42,594.08
♣ Student restore status – ₦54,960.11
♣ Renewal of Visitor Status fee – ₦54,960.11
♣ Biometric individual – ₦23,358.04
One more point before we go.
Use a Valid Email
One of my clients surprised me by the fact that she had no email account. Please and please, get a valid email account.
I recommend Gmail.
Also, check your spam folder often in case a good email slipped into it.
I recommend you use this email account only for the relocation process to Canada.
There you have it. The AB-Z guide on relocation as a Permanent Resident to Canada from Nigeria using the Federal Express Entry Program – FEEP.
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WHAT’S IN THE PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN CANADA BLUEPRINT?
Based on the value I have gotten from the Blueprint already, you will see more but the ones I choose to list out are the following.
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Job prospects in Canada as a Nigerian.
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How to land ‘’Land’’ Your First Job in Canada as a New Immigrant from Nigeria.
His official contact he uses in Canada should you have more questions or confused at any steps.
For the Provincial Nominee Program
How to Apply for PNP outside the Express Entry Route.
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The A-Z Steps to getting your Letter of Advice to Apply.
How to Apply for Provincial Permanent Residency in Manitoba
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“A Newcomer’s Guide to iEnglish”
This tool is a set of resources and videos to give learners the tools they need to learn independently and to approach learning outside of the classroom in an effective way.
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