Why should you study in Canada?
- You can work part time while you study and full time during school breaks.
- Once you have finished your studies, you can work full time at any occupation for the same or longer period of time as your academic program.
- Your children can attend elementary and high school free of charge while you study and/or work.
- Your spouse can work legally while you study and/or work.
- You can study in English or French.
- You and your family may be entitled to free medical coverage, depending on the province you reside in.
- Your profile will improve tremendously to be selected to qualify for permanent residence under the Express Entry system.
- You will qualify in several provincial immigration programs to apply for permanent residence.
- Canadian universities are very reputable around the world, especially in USA and Europe, by their superior quality of education.
What options will you have to apply for permanent residence upon completion of your study program?
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Province Nominee Program (PNP) – 12 programs
- Programme de l’expérience québécoise (PEQ)
How can we help you?
Our partner, APEX… tu camino, an education agent with more than 33 years of experience in South America and Mexico, facilitates programs to individuals interested in studying in Canada. Some of the options they offer are:
- English and French as a second language
- High school studies
- University and colleges
- Masters degree and PhD’s
- Working holidays
Condor Immigration Solutions will assist you with your immigration matters and settling in Canada. Our services cover:
- Applying for study permits, work permits and visitor visas for you and your family members to come to Canada,
- Evaluating your profile and determining the immigration programs that best fit you at the moment or in the future,
- Applying for permanent residence.
Moreover, we can:
- Assist you in applying for Social iInsurance Number (SIN), document required to work in Canada,
- Assist you in applying for a driver license, health card and other government identifications,
- Search for housing, schools and high schools,
- Assist in your Job search,
- Guide you to community networking groups and other social activities.
There are a large number of Canadian colleges and universities that offer a variety of short and long term programs in different industries. Take a look at the links below and discover which program and academic institution will fit you best.
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