These resources will help you navigate the immigration and refugee system in Canada. Information about how to immigrate to Canada, sponsor a family member, obtain a permanent resident card, apply for citizenship, access services as a refugee or protected person can be found at: settlement.org/ontario/immigration-citizenship
Immigrants come to Canada through three immigration streams:
Individuals can immigrate to Canada through this stream by applying for Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Quebec Skilled Workers, Provincial Nominee Program, and Canadian Experience Class.
Canadian citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their spouse, dependents, parents or grandparents through this stream.
Canada resettles refugees from abroad through government-assisted or privately-sponsored refugees programs, in addition to protecting refugee claimants in the country.
To learn more about programs under each of the above immigration streams, eligibility requirements and application process, visit canada.ca/immigration.
The following are more resources about immigration and refugee process in Canada: