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Why Choose Canada

Canada consistently ranked as one of the best countries in the world by the United Nations and according to the  2021 Best Countries Report by U.S. News, where Canada ranked number one overall for quality of life. Canada also takes pride in being the most immigrant-friendly nation in the world, therefore consistently being the top destination for immigrants from all over the world. But have you ever wondered why they are choosing Canada only? Today we will unfold some sneak peeks of life in Canada and some deep insights into what Canada can offer you and your family. So, let’s explore Canada with Rhinestone Immigration Services.

Best Education System

Canada is recognized worldwide for the outstanding quality of education, you will be surprised to know that as per one survey 96% of international students preferred Canada as their study destination. Canada has 223 public and private universities, and 213 public colleges and institutes where you get a choice of more than 15,000 programs. Canadian credentials are worldwide recognized. After completion of your studies, you may get up to 3 years of Post-Graduate Work Permit. University tuition fees for permanent residents are dramatically lower than those for international students. In the Canadian public school system, children of permanent residents and Canadian citizens have the right to free education up to the age of 18.

Health Care

Canada takes pride in having one of the best health care systems in the world. Canada provides you with a free universal health care facility including international students with study permits, Permanent residents, foreign nationals in the process of obtaining permanent residency in Canada, foreign workers with valid work permits, refugees, and protected persons. So, don’t worry about your medical expenses in Canada – all you need is a valid health card.

Job Opportunities

The employment rate of people between 15 and 64 years in Canada is up to 73%. Due to the low population and growth rate of the world’s second-largest country, job opportunities are always available here. According to a survey, 912600 job vacancies were vacant in Canada in the third quarter of 2021. Moreover, with more than 5 million Canadians turning 65 this decade, the 2020s will be a decade of retirement for many of the so-called “baby boomer” generation (people born in Canada between 1946 and 1965 are defined as baby boomers). Canada will have many jobs positions vacant in the workforce in this decade of 2020s.

Permanent Residency (PR)

Canada is known as the most immigrant-friendly nation in the world. Unlike some other countries, they don’t want you to, just study – contribute to their economy and go back to your home country. They provide you with the opportunity to stay if you would like and explore Canada’s labor market, by giving up to 3 years of post-graduate work permit which is a kind of open work permit i.e. you can work for any employer, anywhere in Canada. That paves the pathway for many PNP’s and federal programs for you. Or if you are someone with eligible experience in your home country, Canada operates over 100 different skilled worker programs under the economic class and some 60 percent of all new immigrants arrived under the economic class. Hence, skilled workers overseas have a lot of options to choose from, Canada also provides a variety of settlement services intended to help newcomers to settle down.

How to Apply

Now the question arises how to choose the right program according to your profile and how to apply? To be honest, there is no one-size-fits-all approach in the field of immigration. Every case has its unique circumstances. Moreover, changes and updates in the immigration field are so frequent to keep track of. That’s why you need to trust professionals, just like you do in any other area of your life. At Rhinestone Immigration Services, Director Ms. Prachi Chauhan is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, Licensee in good standing with College of Immigration and Citizenship consultants.
We are authorized by the Canadian government to counsel and represent your case at IRCC. Also, a member in good standing with the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants. Being part of these organizations equipped us with, information, tools, and training that is not available to the public and to help our clients beyond their expectations. Click here to see a list of our services.

Citizenship Opportunities

Canadian passport ranks 7th position worldwide according to the latest ranking from the Henley Passport Index. With a Canadian passport, you can get visa-free access to 185 countries. Let’s dive more into it, how you can get one. If you want to apply for Canadian citizenship, then you must be a permanent resident who has been living in Canada for at least 3 out of 5 past years which is one of the major requirements out of many others like language tests, filing taxes, etc. Generally, any person born on Canadian soil is automatically a citizen. You can also get Canadian citizenship even if you were born outside Canada to a Canadian Citizen.

Nature & Atmosphere

Even if you put education, work, and everything else aside, nature alone can convince you to visit Canada. Canada has an estimated 31,752 lakes, which makes it a country with the largest number of lakes in the world. Canada also has 48 National Park, some famous names are Banff, Jasper, Yoho. Throughout the year, there are many exciting things to do for tourism lovers like camping, kayaking, hiking, ice skating, skiing, and many more. It’s a must-visit country for nature lovers.
Those are just a few of the things that make Canada a great place for immigrants to settle and build lives. Which one did you like the most? We would love to hear from you, connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And, If you would like to get your profile assessed and wanted to know which option is best for you, fill out the form, and we will get back to you.