How to immigrate to Canada, in simple terms
4.8 (9 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
43 students enrolled
Wishlisted Wishlist

Please confirm that you want to add How to immigrate to Canada, in simple terms to your Wishlist.

Add to Wishlist

How to immigrate to Canada, in simple terms

Learn the basics of how people like you immigrate to Canada
4.8 (9 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
43 students enrolled
Created by LP Group –
Last updated 8/2017
Current price: $10 Original price: $30 Discount: 67% off
5 hours left at this price!
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • What does it mean to immigrate to Canada
  • What is an immigration program
  • How a family immigrate to Canada together
  • Why immigration begins with the Express Entry system
  • What are the minimum requirements to immigrate to Canada
  • What do you need to start the immigration process
  • What are the government fees when immigrating to Canada
  • ...and many more
View Curriculum
  • Willingness to change your life by immigrating to Canada
  • Some basic understanding of immigration concepts might help

This course is a kind of virtual consultation about immigration to Canada.

We at LP Group consult clients every day, and the questions we are asked are often the same:

  • How can I immigrate to Canada?
  • What documents will I need?
  • Where to submit an application?
  • How to take my family with me to Canada?
  • What language test will I have to take?
  • How much will I have to pay for my immigration application to be processed?
  • What is a provincial immigration program?

And many more... People want to understand the process and have the general idea of how it works - and we explain it, trying to keep it simple.

All questions we receive from people like you form the foundation of this course. We will answer all these questions and explain in simple terms how immigration to Canada works and what you will need to immigrate.

The reference materials include even more information and sources of information to trust.

This is the general course that serves the purpose of explaining the process in a simple and easy to understand manner. If you are looking for something more detailed, please consider taking other courses we have here on Udemy.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to know how to immigrate to Canada
Compare to Other Immigration Courses
Curriculum For This Course
22 Lectures 54:52

Who we are and what is this course about

Preview 01:57

What is a permanent resident, how is a permanent resident different from a citizen and why Canada welcomes new immigrants.

Preview 02:10

What is a Canadian immigration program in general and why there are lots of immigration programs available.

Preview 01:40

How is it possible to come to Canada as a family without leaving your loved ones behind.

How a family immigrates to Canada together

What is the difference between federal and provincial immigration programs. How immigration applications are processed in both cases.

Federal and provincial immigration to Canada

Why Canadian provinces want new immigrants, how they make sure that newcomers settle in the province of destination and why intention to retain newcomers make provincial immigration programs very special.

Core principle of provincial immigration to Canada

What task Canada has to solve given that there are much more people willing to immigrate to Canada than the country can accept.

Balancing inflow and demand

How Express Entry serves the purpose of regulating intake of applications for permanent residence in Canada and what does it mean for you.

Preview 02:40

What minimum requirements you have to meet in order to be accepted to the Express Entry pool of candidates.

Express Entry requirements

How your ability to speak one of the Canadian official languages is tested during the immigration process.

Language test

How your post-secondary education is assessed for the purpose of immigrating to Canada and why it is necessary to undergo the educational credentials assessment procedure.

Educational credentials assessment

Since Federal Skilled Worker immigration program is designed for candidates from outside Canada, how to understand if you score sufficient points and are eligible to apply?

Calculating Federal Skilled Worker program points

How an Express Entry profile is created and what happens next. Check our Udemy course on Express Entry for details.

Creating the Express Entry profile

What can be done to increase your Express Entry score if you think that it is insufficient to receive an invitation.

Increasing your Express Entry rating

How your citizenship, religion, work experience, medical condition and many other factors affect your chances to successfully immigrate to Canada.

What affects your chances to immigrate to Canada

What happens when you receive the invitation to apply in the Express Entry system.

Invitation to apply and applying

What documents you will have to submit with your immigration application.

Required documents

Why a medical examination is needed and how your state of health is considered. From what countries you will have to obtain police clearance certificates.

Medical examination and police clearance

How much funds you have to have in your possession readily available for spending in Canada during the initial period in Canada.

Settlement funds

What are the processing fees payable to the Government of Canada for processing your immigration application, and what are the other costs incurred.

Fees and costs

What happens after a final decision is made in your application for permanent residence in Canada.

Preview 02:15

What are your residency obligations to maintain your Canadian permanent residence status.

About the Instructor
LP Group –
4.6 Average rating
67 Reviews
223 Students
2 Courses
Immigration consulting company based in Toronto

Canadian immigration consulting company working with various types of immigration and visa applications for more than 16 years. Over 5,000 successful applicants.

We have vast experience with all types of immigration and visa applications, including federal and provincial immigration programs, temporary visas, work and study permits, refugee and humanitarian applications and so on.