Yes, Canada has immigration programs that provide pathways to permanent residence for foreign workers. These include: Express Entry Immigration – This program includes the Federal Skilled Worker stream, the Canada Experience Class stream and the Federal Skilled Trades stream. Applicants are evaluated based on education level, language ability, work experience, age, and adaptability. Each factor is individually evaluated and the overall score determines whether the applicant is a suitable candidate for permanent resident status. Applicants who have a permanent job offer that has been approved by the Canadian government will receive extra points.
Provincial Nomination – Canada’s provinces all have unique immigration programs designed to attract new immigrants
Business Class Immigration – this is broken down into further subcategories – investor, Entrepreneur, Self-employed persons and Start Up.
Family Class Immigration – available for spouses and dependents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Quebec-Selected Immigration – The Province of Quebec has immigration programs designed to attract French speaking applicants as well as an Investor Program that is attractive for high net worth individuals.