You can migrate to Canada via any of these 5 programs by the Canadian government.
1. Express entry – No doubt, the most common.
Express Entry is an online system that’s used by the Canadian govt to manage applications for permanent residence from skilled workers from around the world, Africa inclusive. First, you must find out if you’re eligible, get your documents ready, submit your profile, and finally receive an invitation and apply for permanent residence.
2. Atlantic Immigration Pilot; This is made up of three sub programs that employers in Canada can hire you through. The Atlantic Int’l Graduate Program, Atlantic High-Skilled Program and Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program. For all 3 programs, you have to show proof that you meet the language, education and work experience requirements and that you have enough money to support you and your family when you come to Canada.
4. Quebec selected skilled workers: Quebec has a special agreement on immigration with the Government of Canada. The province has its own rules for choosing immigrants who will adapt well to living there.
5. Agri-food Immigration Pilot. The pilot provides a pathway to permanent residence for experienced, non-seasonal workers in specific industries and occupations. It will run until May 2023.
Then, there is the Refugee program – this should be your last resort, if your life is in danger in your present country of residence.
The objective of this thread is to inform you of the options available to you assuming you’re interested in migrating to Canada. In my opinion, no other country has this much immigration programs, so it’s worth exploring and taking advantage of. You can try more than one of these options, assuming express entry does not work for you. Agri-food started this March