INCAN IMMIGRATION

<p style=”font-size: 17px; color: #265cdc; text-align: justify;”>INCAN IMMIGRATION PVT LTD is a leading immigration consultant agency situated in INDIA AND Canada. Specializing in providing assistance in obtaining Canadian visas, we also offer professional advice AND counseling to those wishing to immigrate to Canada.</p>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Let our experienced professionals assist you and simplify the process of obtaining your Canadian visa. Our qualified and accredited immigration consultants able to provide you with personal assistance from their offices in Canada AS WELL AS IN INDIA.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>At incan immigration pvt ltd, we believe in putting our clients first. Assisting you in applying for the visa best suited to your needs and ensuring your application is submitted correctly are our top priorities.</p>

WHY CHOOSE CANADA FOR IMMIGRANTS?

Canada’s low crime rate is envied around the world, particularly amongst its southern neighbours. Violent crime is extremely rare and gun ownership is almost four times lower than the US. Gun ownership is lower partly because Canadians simply feel safer. The process of obtaining a license and firearm is also lengthy and stringent, particularly when compared to the US.

Canada values education and has long ensured all young citizens have access to the best schooling available no matter what their background. The government spends more per capita on education than other country in the world. As a result, Canadian children perform well across the board and, on average, stay in education longer than most other countries. This, in turn, has created a well informed, well paid society that still offers great career opportunities for skilled expats.

During studies students are permitted to take up part time jobs both on campus and off campus. No work permit is needed to work on campus and students are allowed to work up to 20 hours / week. There are number of part time jobs available off campus like jobs in Hotels, hostels, general labor, Tutor etc. After graduation there are vast number of employment opportunities related to the technical domain. Students with knowledge and skills get placed easily in top companies with their dream job. Job prospects are strong for international students.

Canada’s Anglo-French culture was ingrained in the national identity from its conception. So, it is no surprise that today it is one of the most diverse nations in the world. 41 of Canada’s 338 members of parliament were born overseas ensuring tolerance and multiculturalism are promoted and protected at the heart of government.

It is easy to settle into life in Canada as acceptance and respect are very much a part of national psyche. If you are willing to get out, meet new people and embrace your new country, Canada is ready to embrace you.

Canada’s relaxed and liberal reputation is well earned. It has long been a pioneer of civil rights and was the first country outside Europe to legalized same sex marriage over a decade ago. Canada’s multicultural, diverse spirit is evident in both its forward-thinking immigration policy and its zero-tolerance approach to hate crimes and racial abuse. The OECD has even named it the best country in the world for acceptance and tolerance of minorities.

Canada has long realised the benefits skilled immigrants can bring to their country and, in particular, their economy. Their sensible and fair immigration policy gives anyone truly willing to make a successful life in Canada a good chance of achieving their goals. As a result, Canadians are able to travel the world relatively freely, safe in the knowledge that they will be welcomed wherever they go.

The postcard images of spectacular lakes and mountains are undoubtedly alluring, but anyone moving overseas must consider the practical and financial benefits of any possible destination. Luckily, Canada has one of the strongest economies in the world and has a huge variety of career options for any ambitious expat.

Canada’s banking system is the bedrock of its strong, secure economy and has been voted the most stable on the planet for seven consecutive years by the World Economic Forum. This financial security allows Canada to offer a good quality of life for the vast majority of residents and has the second highest standard of living of all the G20 nations.

Canada’s healthcare system is one of the fairest and most accessible in the world. Medical treatment is mostly free at the point of use and funded by government taxes. Each province is given a health budget to administer locally and issue health cards to all eligible residents allowing them to access healthcare.

Depending on which sort of visa you have, an expat may be granted a health card, but it is worth researching before hand in case you need to take out private insurance. There can be lengthy waiting times for some procedures, however this is a small price to pay for access to some of the best staff, facilities and treatment methods in the world.

With almost 10 million square kilometres of stunning countryside, Canada is the second largest country in the world and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful. From ice bound artic tundra and snow sprinkled peaks to sparkling lakes and vast woodlands, Canada can take your breath away at every turn. Every weekend and holiday will be packed with skiing, whale watching, kayaking and hiking around this spectacular wilderness

Toronto was recently named the fourth most attractive city in the world, proving that even the cities are pretty in Canada. With a relatively small population of just 35 million spread across this vast country, there’s plenty of room and reasonably priced housing almost everywhere.

Canada’s stable economy is built on the strong foundations of its natural wealth. As well a large income from the oil and gas industry, gold, copper, iron ore and uranium all contribute to the country’s impressive GDP. The rich central plains are ideal for farming and allow Canada to export substantial amounts of wheat and other cereals as well as wood and lumber products. Canada’s natural wealth has also benefitted its booming tourist industry as people flock from all over the world to see elk, polar bears and whales and perhaps even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.

<h3><span style=”color: #3366ff;”><strong>SIMPLIFYING YOUR VISA APPLICATION PROCESS</strong></span></h3>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>If you are looking to visit or immigrate to Canada, we can assist you in selecting the correct type of visa for your circumstances, while ensuring that you take maximum advantage of all the potential visa possibilities.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>As a client, we ensure that you are properly informed and know which option best suits your needs. Our professional immigration consultants take all the worry and hassle out of the process with dedicated 24/7 support, ensuring that you obtain your visa to Canada as quickly and easily as possible.</p>

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CANADA BRIEF OVERVIEW


<p style=”text-align: center;”>Geography and climate</p>

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<li>Canada is the second largest country on earth, covering an area of 10 million square kilometers. Three oceans border Canada: The Pacific Ocean in the west, the Atlantic Ocean in the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Altogether, Canada has over 200,000 kilometers of coastline.</li>
<li>Canada shares two borders with the United States: a very long border in the south and another long frontier in the northwest.</li>
<li>Due to its large size, Canada has many different types of landscape. There are areas with high mountains, different types of forests, prairie grasslands and arctic tundra where the ground is permanently frozen. Canada is also home to many rivers and lakes.</li>
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<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Like Canada’s landscapes, the climate varies across the country. In the areas where most of the population lives, there are generally four distinct seasons – summer, fall, winter and spring.</p>

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<li>Summer lasts from around June to September and the weather varies from warm to hot, with daytime temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius or Centigrade (68 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher. In southern Ontario and Quebec, it can often be very humid.</li>
<li>Winter is very cold in most places, with temperatures often well below zero degrees Celsius. Snow covers the ground from around December to March or April. An exception is southwest British Columbia (including the cities of Victoria and Vancouver) where winter temperatures generally remain above zero degrees and rain is more common than snow.</li>
<li>Fall and spring are transition seasons during which the weather becomes progressively colder or warmer and much of the annual rainfall occurs.</li>
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<h3><strong>CITIES, PROVINCES AND REGIONS:</strong></h3>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, is located on the Ottawa River on the border between Ontario and Quebec. It is Canada’s fourth largest city.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Canada has 10 provinces and three territories, each with its own capital city. These provinces and territories are commonly grouped into five regions.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>The three largest cities in Canada are Toronto (Ontario), Montréal (Quebec) and Vancouver (British Columbia). The total population of these cities is over 10 million people which is almost one-third of the Canadian population.</p>
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<td width=”168″>Atlantic region</td>
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<li>Newfoundland and Labrador</li>
<li>Prince Edward Island</li>
<li>Nova Scotia</li>
<li>New Brunswick</li>
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<li>St. John’s</li>
<li>Charlottetown</li>
<li>Halifax</li>
<li>Fredericton</li>
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<td width=”168″>Central Canada</td>
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<li>Quebec</li>
<li>Ontario</li>
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<li>Québec City</li>
<li>Toronto</li>
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<td width=”168″>Prairie Provinces</td>
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<li>Manitoba</li>
<li>Saskatchewan</li>
<li>Alberta</li>
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<li>Winnipeg</li>
<li>Regina</li>
<li>Edmonton</li>
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<td width=”168″>West Coast</td>
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<li>British Columbia</li>
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<li>Victoria</li>
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<td width=”168″>North</td>
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<li>Nunavut</li>
<li>Northwest Territories</li>
<li>Yukon Territory</li>
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<li>Iqaluit</li>
<li>Yellowknife</li>
<li>Whitehorse</li>
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LANGUAGES USE IN CANADA

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Canada has two official languages: English and French. English is the most commonly spoken language in the majority of provinces and territories. Outside Quebec, 82 percent of Canadians speak English. French is the main language spoken in Quebec and in some areas in Ontario, New Brunswick and Manitoba. In addition, there are French-speaking communities in most other parts of Canada. Quebec also has a large minority of English-speaking residents. All official federal government services, publications and documents are available in both English and French.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”><strong> </strong>Canadians who speak neither English nor French as their first language are sometimes called <strong>Allophones</strong>, and most of these people are either immigrants or their children. According to the most recent Canadian census, around <a href=”http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011/dp-pd/tbt-tt/Rp-eng.cfm?LANG=E&amp;APATH=3&amp;DETAIL=0&amp;DIM=0&amp;FL=A&amp;FREE=0&amp;GC=0&amp;GID=0&amp;GK=0&amp;GRP=1&amp;PID=103089&amp;PRID=10&amp;PTYPE=101955&amp;S=0&amp;SHOWALL=0&amp;SUB=0&amp;Temporal=2011&amp;THEME=90&amp;VID=0&amp;VNAMEE=&amp;VNAMEF=”>three million</a> Canadians speak a non-official language “most often at home,” with the most popular Allophone languages being <strong>Chinese</strong>, <strong>Punjabi</strong>, and <strong>Spanish</strong>.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>The importance of language skills Good English or French language skills are very important to help you settle in Canada. You may choose to focus on learning or improving either English or French. This will likely depend on which of the two languages most people speak in the area where you live.</p>
Strong English or French language skills are important for many reasons, such as:
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<li>Obtaining a job that matches your skills and experience;</li>
<li>Obtaining post-secondary education or training;</li>
<li>Accessing services;</li>
<li>Helping your children with school work;</li>
<li>Meeting and interacting with people; and</li>
<li>Passing the language requirement for citizenship.</li>
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YOUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS IN CANADA

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>In Canada, both federal and provincial or territorial laws protect the rights and freedoms of individuals. The Canadian Constitution includes the rights and freedoms to which Canadians are entitled in a free and democratic society. The Constitution guarantees certain political rights to Canadian citizens. It also guarantees civil rights to everybody in Canada.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Affirming rights that Canadians have enjoyed for centuries and a number of additional rights, the Canadian Constitution protects:</p>
<p style=”color: #000; line-height: 2;”>— The freedom to express your beliefs and opinions freely
— The freedom to associate with anyone you wish and gather peacefully with other people
— The freedom to practice religion
— The right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability
— The same rights whether you are a woman or a man
— The right to receive services from the federal government in either English or French. Our laws protect all Canadians, including gays and lesbians, from unjust discrimination. All Canadians enjoy the same access to education, health care, jobs, housing, social services and pensions, regardless of their sexual orientation
—vote in federal, provincial or territorial, and municipal elections
— be a candidate in elections</p>
<p style=”color: #000; line-height: 2;”> —apply for a Canadian passport and enter and leave the country freely. You will also have the legal duty to serve on a jury if called to do so and the civic responsibility to contribute to Canadian democracy by voting in elections
— The right to protection from unlawful or unjust arrest or detention by the government because in Canada every individual is equal before and under the law. You also have the right to due legal process under Canadian law. This means that the government must respect all your rights under the law</p>
In 2005, Parliament passed a law extending the right to civil marriage to same-sex couples. At the same time, the law protects religious freedom, so that no person or organization can be forced to act contrary to their conscience, religion or beliefs in respect of marriage.

REASONS WHY CANADA IS ONE OF THE GREATEST COUNTRIES FOR IMMIGRATS

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<li>Canada immigration rules are not as rigorous when compared to other countries, hence is much easier to qualify. Even in the face of world recession, Canada has not cut down on its Immigration quota, so it is still the biggest immigration delivery support hub for all.</li>
<li>Canada offers a dynamic range of immigration and visa programs for the employed, self-employed and businessmen categories and for those not qualified under the Immigration programs, the country still offers non-immigrant options such as work permit and student programs and majority of these programs offer permanent resident visa and Immigration.</li>
<li>This country also offers the most supporting social security benefits program for immigrants and their families. Canada’s educational and health facilities are among the best in the world and are highly subsidized.</li>
<li>Jobs in Canada are also high as the country provides numerous countless job opportunities for qualified and skilled migrants.</li>
<li>It has one of the best salary benefits for workers around the world with good working conditions. Minimum wage of Ontario is 14$ per hour.</li>
<li>A Canadian passport holder also enjoys a visa free travel for almost all major countries across the world. This is one major reason why businessmen, high net worth individuals and investors apply for Canadian Immigration and best handled by experts at VISAS Avenue.</li>
<li>It also has no restriction to place of job service as it permits the residents to live and work anywhere in Canada. This country gives right to religion, culture, language choice and the freedom of communication.</li>
<li>Canada also provides excellent trade and personal growth opportunities.</li>
<li>It also has a vast wealth of natural resources and minerals which is an economic blessing to the nation and also a direct foreign investment channel.</li>
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