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Detailed Step-by-Step CIC Express Entry Instructions

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Thank you all for the overwhelming response on the blog post Canada Immigration Express-Entry – The Golden-Mail

As a number of subscribers have requested a detailed post on a step-by-step instruction on how to apply for Express Entry process (in order), our team have compiled the same below:

How to apply for CIC Express Entry

1) Determine your eligibility by doing this CIC quiz:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/ctc-vac/ee-start.asp

2) Get your language test(s) done. You must get at least CLB 7 in each of the four sections for the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) or Canadian Experience Class (CEC) streams. But getting CLB 10 gives you maximum points for language.

How does CLB match back to the language tests? To know more, check the below: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/language/charts.asp

3) Get your qualifications assessed by doing an Education Credential Assessment. Details here –> http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/assessment.asp

4) Determine the code that best applies to you on the National Occupation Classification (NOC) list http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/noc.asp

The occupation must be NOC 0, A, or B for FSW or CEC.

5) When you have those in hand you create your express entry profile. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/profile.asp

and

Register for the Job Bank

http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home-eng.do?lang=eng

You’ll be given points based on your age, education, number of years work experience, and language skills. The points system is detailed here –>

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/express-entry/grid-crs.asp

You’ll be in a pool with thousands of other applicants

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/pool.asp

Of course, the more points you have the better. The max is 1200, with 600 of those points coming from your ability to snag a PNP or a job offer with a very hard to get Labour Market Impact Assessment http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/employers/lmo-basics.asp

For CEC applicants, the max is 600 but someone who has no work experience in Canada who is only eligible for FSW can only get up to 520 points.

6) Finally, wait for your invitation to apply (ITA). But in the interim you will need to do the following:

a) Have your application fee (C$550 each for principal applicant and spouse) and right of permanent resident fee (C$490 each for principal applicant and spouse) ready
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/fees/fees.asp

b) Identify how you will provide proof of funds 

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/funds.asp

c) Check out what is required for the Police Clearance  Certificates 

http://www.cic.gc.ca/English/information/security/police-cert/index.asp

d) Find out how long it takes to get a date for the Medical Exam. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/medical/medexams-perm.asp

e) Contact previous and current employers about them providing Job letters. You must have at least 12 months of full-time, or an equal amount in part-time, skilled work experience. Full-time work means at least 30 hours of paid work per week. Work experience while you were a full-time student does not count.

f) Research Cities in the province(s) where you want to live.

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How to get a job in Canada for Immigrants and Newcomers

Last Updated: 8th Nov, 2018
Are you new to Canada, or thinking of immigrating here for a job? You need to know how to get a job in Canada. Also you should know that employers here might ask if you have “Canadian Work Experience.”
This may sound like an odd question. There you are, coming from outside our country. You may have years of work experience and proper credentials from your homeland. Yet that may not be enough to convince Canadian employers of your worth.
So what is “Canadian Experience” and how can you get it (or get around it)? Read on for more.

What Do Employers Mean By “Canadian Experience?”

According to Jeffrey Lee, Employment Specialist /Practicum Coordinator at CDI College in Burnaby, British Columbia, “Employers look for Canadian workplace experience so that employees are familiar with workplace culture, social cues, and expectations.”
Since different cultures may have different ways of handling situations, “newcomers with ‘Canadian workplace experience’ are seen as being more capable of getting along with the workgroup,” adds Lee. He also notes that having your professional credentials and education authenticated here is important too.
There are other aspects to Canadian experience as well. Peter Dudka, Acting Program Manager, Transition to Employment Programs at Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services in Toronto, Ontario, points out that employers favour the following:
– Fluent English or French, depending on what province you are in. This is crucial. Accent is not an issue, but clear expression of ideas and understanding local terminology are what matter
– Local certification. Not necessarily a two year diploma or a Bachelor’s degree, but even the shortest course here that is relevant to the job will help you stand out from other job seekers
– Narrow specialization. Many newcomers instead offer (in resumes or during job interviews) wide experience and education, from which it is difficult to extract whether they can do that particular job or not.
Dudka adds to this list “the art of selling yourself, which is foreign to many newcomers in Canada. It is related to the previous point: you need to be able to clearly highlight your strengths in one particular field.”

How To Get “Canadian Experience”

No Canadian experience, no job. No job, no Canadian experience. It’s a conundrum that many thousands of newcomers face each year. Fortunately there are ways to overcome this obstacle.
Jeffrey Lee, who has helped internationally-trained professionals find employment, offers advice. “Many recent immigrants can start by volunteering with various charitable organizations, offering their expertise for a variety of projects.”
As well, Lee recommends attending a professional mentoring group where skilled immigrants are paired with local professional peers, to talk about how to prepare for entry into their desired occupation.  One such program in B.C. is from MOSAIC. He also suggests volunteering at businesses related to your profession, if they are open to this.
Peter Dudka suggests connecting with local agencies in Canada that offer free employment assistance to immigrants. “Through our agency, for example,” says Dudka, “we offer advanced English classes, work placements in Canadian companies, interview preparation courses and networking events with local employers.
If you happen to live in Quebec, you can get Canadian experience working in something called a Practice Firm. These are specially made businesses that only interact with one another. No actual money or salaries are involved. Practice Firms are training facilities that let you do specific jobs as if for real. There are 30 of these Firms in Quebec, and one in Ontario. A  list of these is available at the Canadian Practice Firms Network (CPFN).

Taking A Lower Level Job To Get “Canadian Experience”

To get your start in Canada, you may want to consider taking a lower level job here than you are used to. It could be quicker for you to get initial employment that pays less. While it may be a step down, it translates into Canadian experience. The truth is that this is a common approach for a good percentage of newcomers.

However be careful not to get stuck in a menial job that is hard to move upward from. It would be smart to consult directly with one of those local newcomer agencies mentioned above. They can advise you personally based on your circumstances and needs. Meanwhile, read Monster.ca articles on Working for Less: When It’s OK to Take a Pay Cut, and Should I Apply To A Job If I’m Overqualified?.

More About “Canadian Experience”

According to Jeffrey Lee, some industries such as IT (Information Technology, e.g. computing, software, telecommunications) may be less strict about where your experience is gained. Therefore this field might be easier to penetrate in Canada. At present, European-trained engineers may also have an easier time to get their credentials acknowledged than ones trained in Asia or the Middle East.
Other skilled immigrants can benefit from a program offered by the not-for-profit Allies, says Peter Dudka. Allies has created a National Mentoring Initiative in various cities across Canada. Mentoring offers a connection between a skilled immigrant and an established Canadian professional in the same or related occupation. It’s a way of helping skilled newcomers integrate into the workforce faster.

Working in this great country can be marvelous. There are all sorts of challenges and rewards for immigrants.

Getting your start here can be difficult, no doubt. It will make things easier if you’re prepared when the interviewer asks: “Tell us about your Canadian experience.”

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Fall Tune-Up Sporting Clays Fun Shoot, Steak Supper & Auction

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The Saskatoon Gun Club is open to the general public on Tuesday & Thursday evenings 6pm to dusk & Sundays noon – 4pm.

Event Details:

This is a Rain/Shine Event.
Prepare yourself for the fall hunting season or to have some recreational fun by shooting either 100 or 200 Targets on SASKATCHEWAN’S LARGEST sporting clays course.With 16 stations and 33 machines there will be various target presentations for all shooting abilities. Targets include, quartering in, quartering out, crossers, teal verticals, loopers, crossers, rabbits, overhead & high crossers from the towers and of course the favorite poison bird.

 

Location:

Saskatoon Gun Club Take Hwy#5 east of Saskatoon to Old 27 road, turn north till gun club road, turn east to gun club Detailed directions/map www.saskatoongunclub.com
Shoot Details:
100 targets Sat AM*(optional) 9:00am registration 9:30am shooting begins $ 20
100 targets Sat PM 1:30pm registration 2:00pm shooting begins $ 80
*only available to shooters registered for the evening shoot. 

Tickets: online @ Eventbrite.ca

Website

www.saskatoongunclub.com

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Canada PPR – Easy Step by Step Process – Express Entry

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Ever wondered how to apply for Canada PR? This article lists all the important information including latest changes in Canadian Immigration.

Express Entry was launched by the Canadian government in 2015 to make it easier for skilled workers to obtain legal permanent residency status. The Express Entry system takes place online, allowing candidates to fill out profiles with their language skills, age, job experience, education, transferable skills, spousal qualifications, and more. The profiles are assigned points, and then matched with high-demand labour fields. Applicants with the highest scores are invited to apply for the Canadian permanent residence visa. The visa will be processed in six months, which is much faster than other immigration routes.

Step 1: Find out if you’re eligible

There are two ways to find out if you’re eligible for a program that is part of Express Entry:

Step 2 – Online Profile

Applicants must begin online, where they create a profile. Once you have registered your online profile, you will be registered with the Job Match account. This is a job bank that helps employers connect with prospective applicants. You can begin searching for a job right away.

Step 3 – Document Checklist

In order to properly score your application, the system will need relevant documentation. To that end, the system will generate a personal document checklist. Mandatory documents at this stage include birth certificates, marriage and divorce certificates, evidence of common law marriage, adoption and custody records, job offer letters, proof of educational credentials such as a CV or resume, proof of work experience, digital photos, and proof of funds. Some people will also be asked to provide medical exam or other special documents. You will also need to send your Educational Credential Assessment, or ECA, along with language test results, to the CIC.

Step 4 – Scoring

The Express Entry tool will rank you with the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), which is a points-based system that will give you a numerical score. The CIC will invite applicants with the highest scores in the pool to apply for permanent residency.

There are no minimum points required for Express Entry. However, CRS scoring is transparent. A person will receive points for the following factors:

  • Age: the maximum score is 110 points if the applicant is between 20 and 29 years’ old
  • Education level: the maximum score is up to 150 points for a PhD
  • Language proficiency: up to 160 points for proficiency in English and French
  • Canadian work experience: the maximum score is 80 points for people with five years of experience
  • Skill transferability: the maximum score is 100 points
  • Education of spouse/partner: up to 10 points
  • Language proficiency of spouse/partner: up to 20 points
  • An additional 600 points are available if a person is nominated through the Canada Provincial Nominee Program after receiving a job offer or graduating from a post-secondary institution in Canada.
  • Siblings: in 2017, CRS was changed to award up to 15 points if you have at least one sibling living in Canada.

Step 5 – Invitation to Apply

If your score was high enough to be selected from the applicant pool, you will receive an invitation to apply (ITA). Within 90 days of notification you must submit a completed electronic application for permanent residence. Most complete applications can be completed in six months or less.

Remaining in the Pool or Reapplying

If you are not invited to submit an application for permanent residence, you can still remain in the pool for up to 12 months, as long as you continue to meet the criteria for at least one of the federal immigration programs. If your situation changes or you acquire new skills, you should update your profile.

If the CIC does not invite you to apply for permanent residence within this timeframe, you can start over with a new profile. Assuming you continue to meet the criteria, you will be re-entered into the pool, where you can try your luck again.

Questions?

Please comment below and we will be happy to assist!

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Best Book to Understand the 2008 Financial Crisis – After 10 years

Ever wondered what caused the Banking Crisis in 2008?

Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System — and Themselves

In one of the most gripping financial narratives in decades, Andrew Ross Sorkin – a New York Times columnist and one of the country’s most respected financial reporters-delivers the first definitive blow-by-blow account of the economic crisis that brought the world to the brink.

Through unprecedented access to the players involved, he re-creates all the drama and turmoil of these turbulent days, revealing never-before-disclosed details and recounting how, motivated as often by ego and greed as by fear and self-preservation, the most powerful men and women in finance and politics decided the fate of the world’s economy.

  • Named a Best Book of the Year by:The Economist, The Financial Times, Business Week
  • Winner of the Gerald Loeb Award for Best Business Book
  • Too Big To Fail is too good to put down. . . . It is the story of the actors in the most extraordinary financial spectacle in 80 years, and it is told brilliantly.” —The Economist
  • “Vigorously reported, superbly organized . . . For those of us who didn’t pursue MBAs—and have the penny-ante salaries to prove it—Sorkin’s book offers a clear, cogent explanation of what happened and why it matters.” —Julia Keller, Chicago Tribune
  • “Sorkin’s prodigious reporting and lively writing put the reader in the room for some of the biggest-dollar conference calls in history. It’s an entertaining, brisk book.” Paul M. Barrett, The New York Times Book Review
  • “Sorkin’s densely detailed and astonishing narrative of the epic financial crisis of 2008 is an extraordinary achievement that will be hard to surpass as the definitive account.” —John Gapper, Financial Times

Top Customer Reviews:

“Too Big to Fail” is an altogether excellent book by financial journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin. It’s a compelling narrative that tells the story of how the nation’s largest and most prestigious financial institutions came to the brink of collapse – and almost took the entire economy with them – in the great economic crisis of 2008.

According to Sorkin, the financial downturn that occurred in the summer of 2008 was actually years in the making. Many of the nation’s greatest investment banks, along with their commercial bank counterparts, had been busily dealing in high-risk subprime mortgages for years. As long as demand for housing remained high, so did housing prices; however, when massive numbers of people began defaulting on mortgages they could no longer afford, the housing market suddenly crashed, credit froze up, and banks began to fail…

…Thus begins the story of America’s economic meltdown in the late summer and early autumn of 2008. With the collapse of the housing markets, many of America’s oldest and greatest investment banks – among them Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and Morgan Stanley – also find themselves threatened by total failure. So do commercial banks like Citigroup, Wachovia, and Bank of America; insurance companies like AIG; and the two government sponsored mortgage guarantors (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac). Now, U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, New York Federal Reserve Bank President Timothy Geithner, Congress, and other government regulators must find a way to save these financial institutions from ruin. If they don’t, America faces the very real possibility that its entire economic system may collapse.

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2019 General Election Opinion Poll

How do Indians feel about the upcoming 2019 General Election

  • Mega Times Group poll: 71.9% of Indians say they will vote for Narendra Modi as Prime Minister again in 2019
  • India Today Mood of the Nation Poll: Why 2019 general elections could be a clash of coalitions. In 2019, it’s personality versus arithmetic.
  • Narendra Modi will win 2019 elections as there is no alternative. Really?
  • Ageing population may hurt BJP in 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
  • BJP will fall short of majority if elections are held today, reveals survey.
  • Will Demonetization impact BJP in 2019 elections?
  • What will happen if BJP doesn’t win?

Total Votes : 720,861*

*(Last Updated: 27-Oct)

Vote, your opinion matters…

Will NDA Win 2019 General Elections?

 

 

 

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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) – Newcomers Guide 2018

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Saskatchewan is home to clean air, pure water, light traffic and most of all, friendly people. It’s a place where people treat one another like a family. 

Hey Guys, welcome to Saskatchewan.

Below is a quick list of priority tasks that you need to complete within the first 10-15 days after landing in Canada. I can assure you that this will help in your smooth settlement in the new province.

  • CoPR

– Make sure that your CoPR is signed / stamped by Canada Border Services Agency. There have been instances in the past when immigrants have reported that their CoPR do not have the Date/Signature.

  • SIN

– Apply for SIN either from the Port of Entry (Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal) or from Saskatchewan.

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Regina Office:

Alvin Hamilton Building
1783 Hamilton Street
Regina, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon Office:

Market Mall, Unit 120
2325 Preston Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/tbsc-fsco/sc-dsp.jsp?rc=4318&lang=eng

Hours of service: Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Documents Required: Passport , CoPR (SIN is required for everyone in your family, including infants)

Cost: Zero

Duration for applying: 15 to 30 minutes

Once you have a SIN, you will be able to apply for a Mobile Connection, Open a Bank Account and apply for employment.

Please note that your SIN is confidential, so make sure you do not share it with anyone unless required.

  • Apply for a mobile phone connection

The best mobile networks are:

Bell, Rogers, Telus, Koodo, SaskTel, Virgin Mobile, Fido

You can buy a plan from $48 – $55 monthly, which may include the below:

Data included 2GB

Anytime local minutes Unlimited
 

Unlimited text

 

Canada-wide calling

Call waiting and 3-Way Calling
Voicemail & Call Display
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Canada Immigration – Express Entry – The Golden Mail

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1. Stages from eAOR to PPR in Express Entry

Congratulations on filing your Express Entry application!!! It’s time now to track your CIC application status and understand the various stages from eAOR to PPR. 

The next step is the long wait to finally receive your PPR (Check CIC Processing Time). So, good luck to you and while awaiting, I would suggest to appraise yourself on the Process of Getting a Job in Canada.

While I completely understand that it’s a daunting task of waiting impatiently for your PR, so why not utilize this time and be prepared for the upcoming challenges, like landing procedures, finding a Job without Canadian Experience and settlement services in your dream country.

Anyways, first let’s talk about the various stages from eAOR to PPR in Express Entry for PR in Canada. Although timelines may vary based on Country and Stream, below is a basic summary:

1. eAOR

– Electronic Acknowledgement of Receipt- A letter saying that your application is submitted with the application number mentioned;

2. Medicals Passed

– Medicals Pass and file is initially opened to check for R10 satisfaction at the CIO (Central Intake Office);

3. BG IP (1)

– Background Check In Progress for the 1st time – This usually happens on the same day your Medicals are Passed. At this stage, immigration officials check for all documents and also whether the applicant is missing any documents. They do not scrutinize the documents at this stage, except for Police Clearance Certificate. Additional documents like Schedule A, Travel History, Family Info, Proof of Something, etc.) may be requested at this stage.

4. BG NA – Not Applicable

– This usually happens between 1-3 months from eAOR. This is when applicants’ first phase of A11.1, Eligibility and Documents are checked by the CIO. At this stage, the agent checks the following:

  • if the points match are above the round’s ITA points,
  • eligibility under the stream is met,
  • points are claimed genuinely and if there are no irregularities in the documents or work experience, NOC, etc.

After this, the application is sent to the Local Visa Office (LVO) for finalization and second checks.

5. BG IP (2)

– Back Ground Check In Progress for the 2nd time – This is the stage wherein the LVO opens the file and check’s your entire application and also confirms the notes and insights written by the CIO agent.

This usually happens after all the security, criminality and eligibility is passed and most likely around the 4-5 month mark from the e-AOR.

6. PPR

– Passport Request mail – Ready for Visa – This is the mail which every applicant anxiously waits for, and is often referred to as The Golden Email. This means that the officer is satisfied and has approved your application and has requested your passport (if needed) or photocopy of passport (if it is from visa-exempt country) along with 2 photos and annex A form to stamp the Immigrant Visa and Issue the CoPR – Confirmation of Permanent Residency (a letter serving proof that you are a PR). This letter is used for “landing” at the border and in officially becoming a Permanent Resident. This letter may later on be used for Citizenship Application (if applicable).

2. How to find the stages in Express Entry Online Application

Generally messages will be like below in IP1 status:
Example of application status in Express Entry Canada

 

Best Informative Article

Me and my husband, Rohit, also came as immigrants this year in May. We got guidance from this article and followed the suggested approach. We used to open LinkedIn in the morning, and sort jobs according to date and started applying like 20 or more jobs in a day, no matter if they matched 100 percent or 50 percent and got a number of interview calls by this approach.

Also the writer suggested to create an account in a site HIRED, which helped me appear for interviews. You just have to create a profile on this, and if they accept you, your profile will be online, so that different employers could see them and contact you for interviews. You don’t have to go and apply jobs on this site, instead employers approach you. You can try this as well. https://hired.com/x/3dgte

Pooja

About the Author

Hey, I’m Simi 

Author of StartBloggingOnline.com

Being an Immigrant myself, I’ve struggled a lot and finally managed to settle down and have a good life in Canada. There were several challenges to overcome, however I was fortunate enough to be helped by others. Now, I believe it’s my turn to help new immigrants in terms of Job Search, Career Counselling and Settlement concerns. I decided to pack all my knowledge and experiences in this tiny little article.

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3. What documents should I bring with me when landing in Canada as a New Immigrant?

When you come to Canada, you must show your Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and Canadian immigrant visa to a Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) officer at the Port of Entry.

The IRCC officer will check that your documents have not expired. You cannot use expired documents. Canadian immigrant visas cannot be extended, so make sure you arrive in Canada before it expires.

You must bring a valid passport with you.

You need to have 2 copies of a detailed list of your belongings that you are bringing with you and their value in Canadian funds. You also need a list of the items that are arriving later and their value in Canadian funds.

You may be asked to show proof of funds. If you are carrying more than C$10,000, you must tell a border official.

What other documents should I bring with me?

Make sure that you have the following documents:

  • Birth certificate or adoption papers
  • Family records (such as, marriage certificate or divorce papers)
  • Medical records (such as immunization records)
  • Dental records
  • Official school records for children
  • Diplomas, degrees and transcripts
  • Academic credentials evaluation report (if you had your education assessed before coming to Canada)
  • Reference letters from previous and current employers
  • Professional or trade licences or qualification certificates
  • Up-to-date résumé or summary of work experience
  • Valid driver's licence or other identification documents
  • Vehicle registration documents (if you are importing a vehicle into Canada)

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The Journey Begins… Landing in Canada as an Immigrant

Thanks for joining me!

First of all, congratulations !!!

It’s a bold decision that you have taken in shaping your career. Relocating to a new country takes courage and I’m sure that the fear of unknown must be haunting. Don’t worry as this happens to every new immigrant, including me when I landed here last year in October 2017.

Believe me, the doors of exciting opportunities and a beautiful future is what’s ahead of you. The purpose of this blog is to help you in your preparation to adapt to a new culture, environment and life style of your dream country.

You must start afresh with no inhibitions as this will facilitate acceptance and realization of your goals.

The first year in Canada is normally full of emotions due to a mix of success and disappointments. Just after you land, you maybe looking for:

(1) a place to rent out for living !

(2) a “survival” job till you land up in a job in your own field !

(3) school for your kid(s).

You may also face challenges in terms of your degree not being recognized, skills do not match up to Canadian standards and may have to brush up your communication skills, mainly English and/or French if you plan to work in Quebec. Perhaps you will have to accept your first job that is much below your expectations and you may feel really really frustrated. Combined with this, you will also feel homesick !

In my view these emotions are normal and even healthy if accepted as a challenge in the fulfillment of your bigger dreams.

In the weeks, months and years ahead, you will have ample opportunities to participate fully in Canadian life. Take them ! You and your family can grow together, side by side with other Canadians and make a better life for everyone. This is your new home.

Welcome to Canada and be part of the responsible community.