Move To Canada After 30+ Age
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MOVING TO CANADA AFTER 30+ AGE
How To Move to Canada after 35+ Age?
The likelihood of immigrating to Canada after 35+ age is growing, especially for families with children. The quality of life they can provide to their family in Canada rather than their home country is the determining factor.
Since many candidates are not eligible via the Express Entry because of their age, it’s important to remember age is one of the criteria’s that make up your human capital points. However, you could make up the lost points for your age in other areas of the program.
3-STEPS APPLICATION PROCESS
Basic Steps to apply for a Canada Student Visa
1. Choosing The Right Program: The program you choose is one of the essential factors in your application for the study permit. To study in Canada, a strong case must be made, especially to study your choice program. Our recommendations are based on your past education history and work experience.
2. Application to the college: Once you decide on your program, we will prepare and submit your application for your Canada Student Visa. A letter of acceptance is needed from a Canadian Designated Learning Institute (DLI) before applying for your study permit.
3. Application for your study permit: Once you receive your acceptance letter, you are now ready to apply for the Canada Student Visa. TIC will personally assist you in submitting your application to Canada’s immigration department.
3. Application for Post Graduate Work Permit: Once you receive your acceptance letter, you are now ready to apply for the Canada Student Visa. TIC will personally assist you in submitting your application to Canada’s immigration department.
From 2021-2023 Canada is set to welcome over 400,000 immigrants per year targeting the highest in its history with the new Immigration Levels Plan.
Canada’s Immigration Level Plans
Checklist for a Canada Student Visa
Below is the list of documents that may be required while processing your application for a Canada Student Visa.
1. Letter of Acceptance: Your school or college usually sends this letter to confirm your acceptance.
2. Proof of Funds: You are required to show that you have sufficient money to support yourself and your family members who are travelling with you. Besides, you also need to demonstrate you can cover your stay in Canada, food, etc., in the first year.
3. Personal Documents: Passport, Birth Certificate, marriage certificates (if applicable)