Canadian immigration after graduation?
My name is Adam Young Do Kim , originally from Korea but majoring in Communication B.A at University at Buffalo in the USA under a F-1 student visa. I want to become a Canadian permanent resident as soon as I graduate from College.
I have a lot of questions about the process to Immigrate to Canada. I want to go to Ontario or other provinces in canada since I could find the fastest way get a canadian PR . But unfortunately i only have a canadian high diploma and a 2 year diploma from Community college in the United States so that does not satisfy for immigration to canada as far as i know since its only a Canadian H.S and not a Canadian post secondary . Maybe would that be better to move back to Canada or stick with schooling in the USA ? i think maybe the other option might be that I go to school in Canada after I finish studies in the USA. Someone suggested that i drop my US schoolings and go to a 2 year college in canada if i am willing to get a canadian PR . but im thinking that option does not sound good to me . Everybody knows that USA does not offer immigration to international student after graduation but Canada does. I am thinking that i am tired to do more schoolings so if any of u has suggestion just comment as below
- Rona LachatLv 76 years agoBest Answer
Not going to happen.
Why do you think you can move back to Canada? Do you have Citizenship in Canada or a Visa to come to Canada?
COLLEGE in CANADA is different than the USA Canada does not have a go to school get a PR program.
Try this simple questions? Just answer and it guides you to the next step.NOTHING PERSONAL IS asked just general information.
FOR AGE you do not need an exact date they want to know that you are not 12 years old or 65 years old something close to yours is fine.
You MAY qualify for a PR IF you have schooling in a high demand job field.
- Hung-Viet CanLv 66 years ago
You can apply for admission to a Canadian college or university. After you graduation, you have several options available to you whether you apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class or under different provincial nominee programs.
Thank you for your attention. Best regards.Source(s): http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/cec/index.a... http://www.albertacanada.com/immigration/immigrati... http://www.nlpnp.ca/student.html http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca/en/pnp/OI_PNPSTUD... http://www.saskimmigrationcanada.ca/student
- WilliamLv 56 years ago
Canada is for Canadians.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
getadvice from an immigration lawyer
- 6 years ago
Stay in the US. better education and quality of life there. And way better climate and opportunities. Trust me, that's why I'm going there