Immigration programs change frequently. Use the links below to see the minimum qualifications of each program and the immigration patterns, economy and culture of each province. You can also use our comparison tools to rank programs according to specific standards such as language skills required, work experience, education or processing speed.
The best immigration program for you may not be in the province where you studied. Your work experience and education will be valued differently in different programs across Canada.
This section is restricted to members, with the exception of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot page, which is open for public view.
The Student Immigration Network details immigration programs for students who want to work in Canada or run businesses in Canada. You may also seek permanent residence status through family sponsorship, an asylum request or through the caregiver program, but those paths are outside our mandate.