Immigration

Why Migrate to Canada?

Migration has become a common phenomenon in recent times with more people willing to move away from their country and settle down in another country. People today are willing to move abroad for work, study or for better quality of life.

​The reasons for moving abroad differs from person to person but the primary motive to migrate can be either for employment, studies, a better quality of life or just to expand one’s horizons.

The benefits of migrating to another country often outnumber the disadvantages. It gives opportunities to live in a new environment, meet new people and experience a different culture. It provides opportunities to learn a new language. Besides this, migration gives an opportunity for professional development and personal growth.

​Every year, thousands of people turn to Y-Axis to achieve their global ambitions. Our knowledge, expertise and experience in global immigration practices makes us the first choice for individuals and families seeking to build a new life abroad.

Settling abroad in one of the world’s leading countries is one of the most life changing things you can do. Some of the biggest reasons people settle abroad are:

  • Better salary and job prospects
  • Greater standard of living
  • More stable political environment
  • Vibrant multicultural cities
  • Better healthcare and education environment
  • Better life for children
  • Bring more members of their family abroad

Services We Offer

IMMIGRATION ADVICE

At Desire Canada Immigration we don’t sell, we counsel. We help our clients discover the best country for them and give them unbiased advice on their best migration options. Our immigration counsellors work with you to understand your preferences, identify the countries that offer you the highest chance of successful migration and the best future prospects, and then help you with your migration process. We are up-to-date with the latest immigration laws and policies and offer you timely, accurate advice to make the right immigration decision.

How Express Entry Works In Canada

1. To be eligible for qualification a potential candidate is required to have one of the following accompanying government monetary movement programs.
a) The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
b) The Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC)
c) The Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC)

2. Potential individuals are able to submit an EOI ( Expression of Interest) which will be looked over and issued a ranking score.

Your score is determined by the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System). Applicants are ranked from a score of 1,200 which is used to determine government financial contenders for migrating to Canada. It is possible for contenders to improve their position which allows them to improve their chances of receiving an invitation to apply.

The CRS score is a positioning framework for contenders who are qualified for FSWC, CEC, or FSTC.

3. IRCC Express Entry draws
Competitors in certain positions are able to apply for Canadian changeless homes. Potential candidates are given an opportunity to present an online application within 60 days.

Federal Skilled Worker (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled worker program is one of Canada’s most common immigration paths. It allows people who are skilled at work and their families to to get a permanent residency in Canada
Minimum Criteria for Eligibility
a) Minimum one year of full time or equivalent work experience within the previous 10 years in a gifted occupation grouped under the National Occupational Classification Level 0, An or B.
b) Language Capacity identical to the Canadian Language Benchmark in English or French.
c) Canadian Instructive qualification or an outside certification with an Educational Credential Assessment Report.

Selection Factors
Education – potentially 25 points
Work Experience – potentially 15 points
Age – potentially 12 points
Arranged Employment – potentially 10 points
Language Skills – potentially 28 points
Adaptability – potentially 10 points

Settlement Funds
Federal skilled workers are required to present they are monetarily settled with family or relatives. The settlement finances necessity is postponed for people outside of nationals who are approved to work in Canada as well as the people who are organized to work in Canada.

Admissibility and Medical Examinations
IRCC encourages workers to finish their examinations when an ITA has been issued. All test results must be correct at the time of applying for a perpetual home and while entering Canada.

Canadian Experience Class Immigration Program
The CEC is an immigration category for foreign Canadian workers who desire to become Canadian permanent residents.

CEC Requirements
a) Have achieved one year of talented, expert or specialized work involvement within 3 years of the application date in Canada
b) Meet the requirements of the Candaian Language Benchmark
c) Live and work outside the area of Quebec

Canada Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC)

FTSC is another way for skilled workers to become permanent residents in Canada

For an individual to qualify for a Permanent Resident Visa, Federal Skilled Trades applicants must meet the following requirements.
a) Have consistent occupational offers of paid, all day business or 30 hours of work every week from up to 2 employers, in Canada for minimum of at least 1 year.
b) Verification of fundamental language skills from an assigned testing association proving the candidate meets the minimum requirements of the Canadian Level Benchmark.
c) Has at least 2 years of all day work experience
d) Be able to exhibit the abilities and experience and have the reviewed the fundamental obligations of the occupation.