What to do NEXT??

You know you want to move to Canada. Spoken to your friends or family or even did a little bit of research on your own. But the main question arises, WHAT TO DO NEXT??

The first and foremost step is to know whether you are eligible for Canada PR & how do you check my eligibility? Social media plays a very important role in our day to life. Not only it makes our life easier and keeps us up-to-date but it also somehow hampers our knowledge. One is not fully aware of things until you deep dive into the particular topic. Such is the case with CANADIAN Immigration.

There is a lot of information available on the internet but still, not all is verified and correct. I am not saying everything is wrong, but still, a lot of incorrect and fake information keeps doing the rounds. Results on the web are manifestations of ones thoughts.

Everyone is just running after CRS (Comprehensive Ranking scores). There is still a myth in everyone’s mind you first of all need to know your CRS. If you have CRS above 460 only then you stand a chance to migrate to Canada. Of course, CRS plays a very important role for you to migrate but before you reach the CRS factor, one must know if he/she is eligible to migrate.

You need 67 points out of 100 points on the eligibility factors. Only if you meet these criteria is when you move to the next step of lodging your application with the CIC. If you do not meet these criteria you will not be able to move ahead with your application.

To make it easier for you, I have enlisted down the complete point system where you can analyze your points by yourself.

With appealing openings for work, moderate living, and a high calibre of schooling, Canada is a phenomenal objective for understudies, families, and financial specialists. Canada is additionally famous for its breath-taking scenes going from snow-covered mountains to great rain forests which you can investigate upon appearance. With the absolute most cordial individuals to enable you to explore, you can be guaranteed a lovely way of life in Canada.


Both English and French are commonly spoken in Canada. By far the majority of Canadians primarily speak English. Certain places, like Quebec, have more French-speaking people. 



Canada is a popular choice for Indians! It has one of the highest standards of living and development in the world and an excellent education and healthcare system. Just in general, it is rich in resources and money. There are ever more highly skilled and well-experienced Indian immigrants moving to Canada.



  1. Doctoral (PhD) level  -  25

  2. University-level credential at the Master’s level OR an entry-to-practice professional degree  -  23

  3. Two or more post-secondary program credentials AND at least one of these credentials is for the completion of a post-secondary program of three years or longer  -  22

  4. Post-secondary program credential of three years or longer  -  21

  5. Two-year post-secondary program credential  -  19

  6. One-year post-secondary program credential  -  15

  7. Secondary school education credential (also called high school)  -  5

  8. Less than secondary school  -  Ineligible

Ability in English (IELTS):

Recently, Canada announced its 2021-2023 Immigration Plans. Canada will be targeting the highest level of immigration in its history. Over the next three years, Canada will aim to bring over 4, 00, 000 plus immigrants every year.

There are more than 100 pathways to immigrate to Canada and be a permanent resident, but team #Nisha’s is committed to keeping things easy and simplified.

Different programs under which one can qualify and migrate are -

  • Express Entry

  • Provincial Nominee Programs

    • Alberta

    • British Columbia

    • Manitoba

    • New Brunswick

    • Newfoundland and Labrador

    • Northwest Territories

    • Nova Scotia

    • Nunavut

    • Ontario

    • Prince Edward Island

    • Quebec

    • Saskatchewan

    • Yukon

  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

  • Quebec –Selected skilled workers

  • Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Programs

  • Caregivers

  • Agri-Food Pilot Program

Why Immigrate to CANADA?


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 presumed innocent until proven guilty.

  • To be provided with an interpreter in the courtroom, if necessary to have a lawyer.

  • YOU have the right to enter and exit Canada as you see fit, plus you can move freely from province to province.

  • YOU can work and study anywhere you choose in Canada (you cannot hold some high-security government positions, however.)

The benefits you’ll gain from becoming a Permanent Resident of Canada.

  • 5yrs permanent residence visa.

  • Post 3yrs stay can avail Citizenship of Canada.

  • Unemployment benefits.

  • Free Education for the Entire Family

  • Medical reimbursement for the entire family.

  • Maternity and parental leave 

  • Taxation benefits.

  • Can travel to almost 158 countries once you become a citizen

All of these benefits and more become available to you when you are a Permanent Resident of Canada.

Once you become a citizen, you can run for political office, become involved in political activities, and vote in elections. You can also maintain duel-citizenship, so you don’t have to give up citizenship in your home country just to enjoy the benefits of Canadian citizenship.

Canada PR Process(14).png

 Process to Follow