In most cases, yes, however, it’s always recommended to have a language test score. Both IELTS and CELPIP are accepted options.

It depends on the type of immigration program. Each program has financial requirements that you must meet to qualify.

Most immigration programs have an age limit. In many cases, candidates who are forty-nine years old and over have limited options to immigrate.

It depends on the immigration program. Some provincial nominee programs require you to have a connection to the province in which having a family member can be that connection.

To work in Canada legally, you must qualify to obtain a work permit or be exempt from getting one. A positive or neutral Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is the main requirement.

While it’s true that the Canadian government is looking to welcome new immigrants, every candidate must qualify for one of the immigration programs available. There are federal programs managed by the Express Entry system as well as Provincial Nominee Programs.