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The Best Countries For Immigration In The World

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Canadian Experience Class (CEC) – Beginner’s Guide(Done)

Canadian Experience Class (CEC) – Beginner’s Guide You should read this if: You are currently has any work permit issued by IRCC (not co-op or self-employed) You currently have a Post Graduate Work Permit(PGWP)  You are currently studying in a Canadian university or college    You want to know what’s the best way to apply for PR for international students There are many ways to apply for permanent residency in Canada, one of the most common streams that offers a great chance of success is the Canadian Experience Class. Requirements: In order to apply for Express Entry, you need to meet the requirement for CEC first and then you will be allowed to create an account on Express Entry. To qualify for the CEC you must have: Work Requirements: 12 months of Canadian work experience in 0, A or B category jobs according to the Canadian National Occupation Classification (NOC). (Most applicants need to study in Canada in order to obtain a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP), therefore, studying in Canada is the fastest way for international students to apply for PR. English Requirements: Applicant needs to achieve a score of at least 5.5 in each band (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing) for IELTS General. The test result must not be older than 2 years on the day you apply for PR otherwise you must retake the test. Study Requirements: At least 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada, in the last three years (before you apply). The work was: full-time OR an equal amount in part-time gained your work experience in Canada with the proper authorization meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability writing Rreading listening speaking writingreadinglisteningspeaking planned to live outside the province of Quebec *Self-employment and work experience gained while you were a full-time student (such as on a co-op work term) doesn’t count under this program. Note: The province of Quebec does not use Express Entry. They select their own skilled workers. See Quebec-selected skilled workers to find out more.   (Applicant who has degree back home + work experience + 2 years college) Anna came from Beijing, China. She holds a degree in business and she is single. Upon receiving her 2 year Diploma from Seneca College, she obtained a 3 year work permit. Since then she has worked in a bakery shop as a baker for 2 years. Age =

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Canadian Experience Class (CEC) – Beginner’s Guide(Done)

Canadian Experience Class (CEC) – Beginner’s Guide You should read this if: You are currently has any work permit issued by IRCC (not co-op or self-employed) You currently have a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) You are currently studying in a Canadian university or college You want to know what’s the best way to apply for PR for international students There are many ways to apply for permanent residency in Canada, one of the most common streams that offers a great chance of success is the Canadian Experience Class. Requirements: In order to apply for Express Entry, you need to meet the requirement for CEC first and then you will be allowed to create an account on Express Entry. To qualify for the CEC you must have: Work Requirements: 12 months of Canadian work experience in 0, A or B category jobs according to the Canadian National Occupation Classification (NOC). (Most applicants need to study in Canada in order to obtain a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP), therefore studying in Canada is the fastest way for international students to apply for PR. English Requirements: Applicant needs to achieve a score of at least 5.5 in each band (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing) for IELTS General. The test result must not be older than 2 years on the day you apply for PR otherwise you must retake the test. Study Requirements: At least 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada, in the last three years (before you apply). The work was: full-time OR an equal amount in part-time gained your work experience in Canada with the proper authorization meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability  writing  reading listening speaking planned to live outside the province of Quebec *Self-employment and work experience gained while you were a full-time student (such as on a co-op work term) doesn’t count under this program. Note: The province of Quebec does not use Express Entry. They select their own skilled workers. See Quebec-selected skilled workers to find out more.       (Applicant who has degree back home + work experience + 2 years college) Anna came from Beijing, China. She holds a degree in business and she is single. Upon receiving her 2 year Diploma from Seneca College, she obtained a 3 year work permit. Since then she has worked in a bakery shop as a baker for 2 years.

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ILSC (English)(Done)

  ILSC  I LS SE  443 University Ave, 3rd Floor, Toronto St. Patrick 1 minute on foot 416-323-1770 http://www.ilsc.ca Establishment 2000 The number of students 1,050 (summer)   630 (winter) Number of instructors 90  Number of classrooms 63 1 class number of people Average 13 people Maximum 15 people Japanese staff Yes Nationality ratio Japan Korea Other Asia Middle East Latin America Europe Other summer 13% 27% 7% 3% 32% 15% 3% winter 10% 23% 8% 2% 41% 7% 9% School facilities · Lounge · PC lounge · Kitchen · Refrigerator · Microwave · Vending machine · PC (80 units) · Wi-Fi Courses · Basic English (ESL) Level 1-10 · Speaking · Business English · TOEIC · TOEFL · IELTS · Cambridge · TESL · Preparatory Course · Co-op etc … School Promotion  Free quotation  LINE consultation   ILSC is founded in 1991 and is one of Canada’s most multicultural language schools where students gather from more than 40 countries.Ideal Learning in a Multicultural Environment ILSC’s philosophy is based on the idea that motivation for learning comes only when one learns what he/she is interested in. ILSC offers the most flexible curriculum that has the highest number of choices in Canada, and it aims at enhancing one’s learning ability through offering flexible class options and creating a curriculum according to individual’s interests. ILSC is one of the largest and most diverse language schools in Toronto, and it is where students from all over the world attend the classes everyday. Because ‘English Only Policy’ is thoroughly enforced in the school, it offers an environment where students can enhance their English proficiency with classmates and friends on a regular basis. School counselors from various countries are stationed at ILSC to provide care to students, so even the new English learners feel comfortable in school. What features ILSC’s curriculum is that it is a fully selective system that allows students to flexibly organize programs  from a wide range of electives according to their needs. Class hours can be set to 3 hours, 4.5 hours, or 6 hours, based on individual’s schedule and students can choose their courses from as many as 130 elective subjects. English level is tested upon enrollment and every 4 weeks, and you will be able to select various specialized courses as your level goes up. You can also arrange classes to overcome your weaknesses such as pronunciation and speaking, and you can choose classes to study your area of interest

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Our Identity, Vision & Mission(Done)

Our Identity Vision To be an effective, fair and transparent regulator of the Canadian immigration consulting profession. ICCRC aspires to be a role model for other regulatory bodies in the way it regulates the profession, carries on its business, and protects consumers. Mission To protect consumers of immigration services through effective regulation of immigration consultants and promotion of the benefits of using only authorized immigration representatives. ICCRC establishes and delivers effective policies, practices, and procedures to regulate and educate immigration consultants and promote the use of authorized representatives to the public. Our Values ICCRC is committed to the following organizational values: Transparency Important decisions, policies and procedures are provided to Members, and, where appropriate, the public on the ICCRC website. Excellence Achieve a high level of excellence in all endeavours. Fairness Policies, practice, procedures and decisions are justified and well-understood. Accountability The Board of directors and staff take full responsibility for actions and decisions. Integrity The highest moral and ethical standards are maintained. Communicative Members, stakeholders and the public are welcome to contact ICCRC on any matter relating to the regulation of the Canadian immigration consulting profession.

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