In quest of a better lifestyle and superior work opportunities in developed countries, more and more people are opting to Migr8 (MIGRATE) and settle abroad with their families.

With every passing year this number is increasing by the thousands and more and more people are coming to Migr8.in to realize their dreams of settling abroad. Whether it’s for study or permanent residency or work/job seeker visa, our  study abroad mentors and canada immigration consultants   use their experience and knowledge helping you build a strong global career in a country of your choice.


  • Great demand for skilled professionals from India
  • Transparent and speedy immigration process
  • Eligible candidates can relocate in just about 6 months
  • World-class and Free healthcare for PR holders
  • World-class and Free education for the children of PR holders
  • Almost 4 Lacs+ invitations are being offered this year
  • 12 Lacs + immigrant invites will be offered by 2023
  • Easily sponsor your relatives to join you in Canada
  • Peaceful, democratic country with friendly native people


Canada is the most popular destination offering unlimited opportunities to skilled individuals from India. Canada has a vibrant economy welcoming professionals from all over the world to come and enjoy its benefits.


IT professionals , Engineers , Law & Immigration $ 6500
Sales & Marketing Professionals $ 5000
Healthcare / Medical $ 5500
Education / School Teachers $ 4500
Hospitality $ 2800
Accountants $ 4200
Business Analyst $ 6000
HR Professionals $ 5000
Customer Service $ 3200


Canadian Government offers multiple immigration options to foreign citizens. Some of the most popular PR programs are explained below :

  • Migr8 through Canada Express Entry Program
  • Migr8 through Canada PNP - Provincial Nomination Programs
  • Migr8 to Canada on Investor Visa
  • Migr8 through Quebec Selected Workers Program

Express Entry Program

Express Entry Program was launched on 1st Jan’ 2015, envisaged to tackle the problems of long processing time, delayed visas and flawed selection criteria of firs come first served faced by the candidates during the previous visa regime. The new system took care of these problematic issues and resulted in faster and systematic application handling bringing the total time taken to less than six months. It also brought in the much needed transparency and merit based selection system through introduction of point based system called as CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System).

Express Entry – The Process

Step 1 – ECA (Education Credential Assessment)

The first step to your Express Entry Application is to get your Educational credential assessment (ECA) done. ECA is a process through which your foreign degree, diploma, or certificates are validated and given equivalence to corresponding qualifications in Canada.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has designated various professional bodies for your ECA work. The processing time and charges may vary and candidates are required to do their due diligence before applying to any of these authorized bodies.

Some of the Designated Professional bodies are
  • Comparative Education Service – University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
  • World Education Services – WES
  • International Credential Evaluation Service
  • International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
Step 2 – IELTS Preparation & Score

Proof of English proficiency is one of the most important requirements for successful express entry application. Candidates must prepare well for the IELTS exam and score minimum of 6 bands in each of the four modules to be eligible to apply.

Step 3 – Apply in Express Entry Pool

Armed with both ECA and IELTS score, candidate is required to create his profile and submit the expression of interest (EOI) in the Express Entry pool. Use the following link to create your express entry profile

Step 4 – Find your CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) Score

Information such as your age, IELTS score, Education Qualifications, Work Experience, blood relatives already in Canada and Canadian job offer will decide your CRS Score and ranking in the express entry pool.
Before applying for the express entry, Please calculate your Comprehensive Ranking Score using a below mentioned CRS calculator on the Canadian Government website. This will help you understand how well your chances of getting through are.


Step 5 – ITA (Invitation to Apply)

ITA is an auto-generated e-mail correspondence sent to the candidates in their express entry pool account. The highest rank holders in the CRS during a specific draw are issued ITA by the authorities.

Once the candidate receives an ITA, he/she gets 60 days to either accept the ITA and submit a complete application with all supporting documents or decline the ITA by clicking the relevant options in their online express entry account.

Step 6 – Get Canada PR visa & Approval

Once you accept the ITA and submit all the supporting documents for further scrutiny by the CIC (Canada immigration consultants & Citizenship) department and then wait for its final approval.

Step 7 – Medical Certificate and Police Clearance

This is the final step to your journey to Canada.

PNP - Provincial Nomination Programs

There are many provinces in Canada offering their own Provincial Nomination Programs having their own set of requirements and Job occupation list. Candidates with lower CRS score but otherwise good profile target the PNP route to migrate to Canada.

Important points for the PNP route:
  • Candidates must apply in the province where he wants to settle.
  • Your profile must be in the current demand list for you to be nominated by the province.
  • Each province has different evaluation criteria for the PR application.
  • Eligibility requirements are quite similar to the Express Entry Program.
  • Once receive the nomination, it can add as much as 600 CRS points to your Express Entry application and makes you win your PR visa.
Most popular Provincial Nomination Programs - PNPs:
  • British Columbia
  • Quebec
  • Ontario Provincial Nomination Program
  • Saskatchewan
  • Alberta
  • Nova Scotia
  • Manitoba
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Prince Edward
  • New Brunswick