✔️ How i immigrated to Canada with Express Entry Canada ✔️
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Immigrate to Canada using the Express Entry Scheme. Get your permanent residency in Canada in 6 months via Immigration
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649 students enrolled
Created by Prem Chand
Last updated 8/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 13 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • file their applications and paperwork for immigration to Canada, without any help from a lawyer or an agent
  • know how to get their credentials evaluated and their documents translated for the application
  • know how to get the sufficient clearances and certificates from their home countries before leaving for Canada
  • know where and how to look for jobs and residences in Canada
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Requirements
  • Basic Knowledge of English
Description

>> Important Notice: This is not legal advice. I am not a lawyer. I am an engineer who successfully completed his Immigration procedures to Canada online, through the Express Entry System and immigrated to Toronto, Canada. You can also do this, but if you don't feel comfortable doing it yourself, consult a lawyer. I will not be responsible for any error that you make in your immigration application. If you think that you can do it yourself too, go ahead. It is nothing special and this immigration course is short and straight forward. <<

Important : You have to update your information with the Canadian CIC website every week, even if i miss out on it. This is important because they might change a rule, or update their terms. For example, the Canadian government updated the LMIA ( Labour market impact assessment rules) recently, and also updated the Minimum required bank balance to immigrate. 

That being said, this Canadian Immigration course will cover : 

  1.  How to start your immigration process to Canada, legally. 
  2. You will learn which exams to take and how to get your documents certified for immigration to Canada.
  3. You will learn what documents to get from your employer and the universities you attended, for your immigration to Canada.
  4. You will learn how the Canadian government assesses your application based on the score you get from the Express Entry scheme in Canada
  5. You will learn how to improve your score, and how you can assure that you get selected to be invited to apply for immigration to Canada.
  6.  You will learn about provincial nomination and how you can apply for provincial nomination to Ontario, Canada. Other applications are done in a similar manner. I will update the content soon.
  7. You will learn what to do once you have your application approved, and what to do once you have landed here in Canada.
Who is the target audience?
  • If you want to move to Canada for any reason, this course is for you. If you don't know English or do not want to move to Canada, this course is not for you.
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Curriculum For This Course
11 Lectures
01:01:41
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Prerequisites
3 Lectures 17:38

Get a basic idea of all the immigration options available

Preview 07:55

completing the prerequisites like credential evaluations and language tests

Educational Credential Evaluation
04:15

In this lecture, we will discuss the language tests that you will have to take before you apply for immigration

Language Tests
05:28
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Express Entry
4 Lectures 17:18

In this lecture, we will look at the process of express entry, in a chronological order

How Express Entry Works
02:55

The process of checking your eligibility to apply.

Eligibility Test
06:04

creating your immigration account and job site account

MyCIC Account and FIlling up the profile
03:52

In this lecture, we will look at the Comprehensive ranking system, and ways of improving your score.

Comprehensive Ranking System
04:27
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Provincial Nomination
1 Lecture 08:19

We will discuss the process of applying for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program. Other provinces have similar processes of application.

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
08:19
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Permanent Residency
3 Lectures 18:26

The process of applying for permanent residency

Applying for Permanent Residency
09:56

We will discuss how to order gcms notes and using the ircc web form

Keeping Track of your application
03:55

Tasks you should complete after reaching Canada

Preview 04:35
About the Instructor
Prem Chand
4.2 Average rating
126 Reviews
4,237 Students
5 Courses
Engineer, Film Maker and Web Designer. A Multipotentialite.

MADE OVER $50,000 WORKING ONLINE PART TIME! 

I'm Prem and i am a multipotentialite. If you don't know what that means and want to know more , just google it. It is a fancy word for someone who is interested in vastly different areas and industries.  We have been told from a young age,either to find our passion and stick to it, or to get a job. I believe that is bad advice in this exponentially advancing digital world, because there is so much out there that you will be passionate about and want to work for. For example, you could be a programmer who also likes to play guitar professionally. I believe that you can do both, if you carefully manage your time. 

About Me :

I am interested in many areas and i strive to learn as much as i can about each of them, and so should you if you think you are a multipotentialite too. If not, that is fine too! We need all kinds of people :) 

Here is what i have done so far in life:

>> Born in the 90's. Grew up in a middle class family, in the tropical paradise, called Kerala. Google it.

>> Was put into the regular school system, just like most kids. We did not know any other route, and neither did our parents.

>> Went to University. Studied Civil Engineering, and then took my Masters in Computer Applications and another masters in Structural Engineering and Construction Management. 

>> Worked at a big construction company in India, as a Structural Engineer. I liked the work, but i wanted to do a lot more. I am a high-energy person. I worked for about 8 hours a day, and was bored for the rest of the day because i did not have much else to do. Therefore, I started learning about whatever i was interested in. 

>> Interests include : Software, Programming and Web Development, Business, Marketing, Graphic Design. Cinema, Video and Audio Production, VFX, 3D Modelling and Animation, Advertising, Music and Fine arts. 

>> So, with all these interests, i could not confine myself to just a day job. I went and worked in the Kerala Film Industry. Started out as a set assistant, worked later as a Focus Puller, Assistant Cameraman, Worked in post production as a VFX artist, and then became an assistant director and right when i was about to plan my first directorial project, my family immigrated to Canada, and later, I came along.

>> Restarting everything here in the west. What i've learned; Time is the most valuable asset. When you indulge in any activity, ask yourself this; " Could i be doing something better?"

Over the course of the next 5 years, i intend to create atleast 30 courses, spanning every area that i have studied and worked in.

 Take a look at what i have created, enroll and leave a feedback :) Thanks for reading :)