Canada’s diverse set of immigration programs provide multiple options for attaining Canadian permanent residence. Immigration in Canada is usually related to work, study, invest or sponsor, as detailed below.

Under Canada’s federal immigration program is the Express Entry system that provides a quick and simple way for qualified individuals to apply for permanent residence in any province except Quebec. Various factors are taken into consideration to score in the Express Entry system, such as educational background, professional experience, language certificates, valid job offer, etc.

Also, if you already have a connection to a certain province such as a job offer, a degree attained in that province or close relatives, you can consider applying for a  Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Many provinces in Canada offer PNP streams, which represent another pathway to permanent residence in Canada.

In addition, Quebec offers the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) for the regular immigrant who has the intention of settling in this province to hold a job. This program doesn’t require a job offer and, at the end of the process, you will be granted a Permanent Resident Visa as well.

Aside from that, international graduates of Canada and individuals who have a high net worth also have exclusive immigration programs available for them through the different student immigration programs and business immigration programs, respectively. Finally, there is also the possibility for individuals to sponsor family members as well as refugees and help them immigrate to Canada.

So, with numerous immigration possibilities for workers of all skill levels, students and family members, finding the right program can be quite a challenge. That is why here at Mercan Group, we are happy to ease that burden and help you choose the most suitable immigration program for your unique situation.

Moreover, we manage to stay atop the constantly changing immigration laws to ensure the best possible outcome for each application. So, take a free assessment today and we will guide you in determining which immigration program to apply for. You can count on us to assist you in every step of your application to permanent residence.


Express Entry

Are you a skilled worker that wants to immigrate to Canada?

Student Immigration

Stay in Canada after graduation as a Permanent Resident?


Already have a connection to a certain province and wants to immigrate?


Settle in the French-speaking province of Quebec?

Business Immigration

High net worth individual, that wants to invest and live in Canada?

Family Sponsorship

Permanent Resident or Canadian citizen willing to sponsor a family member?


The Express Entry is a management system for some of Canada’s most popular immigration programs. Through Express Entry, eligible candidates are ranked according to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). After being ranked, the can be invited to apply for Permanent Residency.

No two provinces in Canada are the same. Each has its own niche and its own economic needs, out of which each unique Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) was designed for potential immigrants. Through PNP, qualified individuals are granted a Nomination Certificate to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.

One of Canada’s largest provinces with a population of over 8 million, the multicultural Quebec is a popular destination choice for many immigrants. Quebec offers a variety of working, studying and investment programs. Keep reading to learn more about Quebec Skilled-Worker program, Programme de l’expérience québécoise (PEQ – Quebec Experience Program), Quebec Self-Employed Program, Quebec Investor Program and Quebec Entrepreneur Program.

Canada’s academic standards and rigorous quality controls guarantee a high-quality education that will open doors for your future career and make your curriculum prestigious. In addition, international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residence without having to leave Canada.

Canada provides refugee protection to people if they meet the United Nations (UN) definition of a Convention Refugee or if they are a person in need of protection. Convention refugees are people who are outside their home country or the country where they normally live, and who are unwilling to return because of a well-founded fear of persecution. A person in need of protection is a person in Canada who must show that if they return to their home country or country where they normally live would subject them personally to some risks or dangers.


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