Canada offers various immigration programs to attract skilled workers, entrepreneurs, investors, and family members. Check in  next slides.

The Express Entry system manages applications and ranks candidates based on their CRS scores. The top-ranked candidates are invited to PR.

Each province and territory has its own immigration program allowing them to nominate individuals to settle if they meet the criteria.

Quebec has its own immigration programs and rules, such as the Quebec Skilled Worker Program and Quebec Experience Program.

Canadian citizens and permanent residents (PR) can sponsor family members for immigration to Canada.

This program allows caregivers, such as nannies or caregivers for individuals with disabilities, to apply for permanent residence.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) is a collaboration between the federal government and the Atlantic provinces.

Skilled workers and international graduates are drawn to the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program to settle in their province.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program attracts immigrants to rural and northern regions of Canada to help smaller communities.

Start-up Visa Program targets entrepreneurs with capital, angel investor group, or business incubator to start a business.

The Self-Employed Persons Program is for individuals who want to self-employed with relevant experience in cultural activities, athletics, or etc.