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The least complicated way to obtain a Canadian visa would be to have Canadian relatives, as this would give you virtually immediate access to a visa. If this is not the case, then you should have the necessary qualifications and experience to fill a highly skilled position.
Every applicant has to complete an immigration form where you have to do a self-assessment of yourself in a broad range of fields. The key requirements are to have a completed degree and good language skills: the ability to read and write English and French fluently. In certain circumstances, you will have to be interviewed by an immigration officer in person.
> FINDING A JOB
Similar to most nations, the complicated process of obtaining a visa is made much simpler if you organise a job prior to arriving in Canada.
The most effective manner in which to do this would be to get a job with a company in your home country that also has offices in Canada. As with all nations today, the most effective way to search for work is via the internet. A good starting point is to go to www.canoe.com This is Canadas leading internet network, and should provide you with an abundance of useful links. Monster is one of the first web site addresses it will provide you with.
Monster runs the most comprehensive employment service in Canada. At www.monster.ca you will find a huge range of different job listings corresponding to your own specific credentials and those precise to particular locations. The most efficient manner in which to use this web site, is to set up your own My Monster account. Through this facility you will have job vacancies most suited to your capabilities and location requests emailed to you.
As far as location is concerned, Toronto is the most flourishing Canadian city with regards to the job market. It is here where the greatest number of employment agencies and internationally based companies exist.
> USEFUL LINKS
ANNE WHITTEN BILINGUAL HUMAN RESOURCES, Inc.: www.annewhitten.com
NORTH BAY CAREERS: www.northbaycareers.com
> LOCAL PAPERS
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: www.globeandmail.com
THE NATIONAL POST: www.nationalpost.com
THE TORONTO STAR: www.thestar.com
THE TORONTO SUN ONLINE: www.fyitoronto.com
> FOR MORE INFORMATION
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Suite 1106, Toronto, Ontario, M4V IN6 - Canada. www.cic.gc.ca
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