There is plenty to like about Canada. If you are wondering about how to immigrate to Canada, what are your different options? Read on to find out.
General requirements Completed registration form for immigrants Completed registration form for workers Philippine Passport (original) Philippine Passport (copy) Visa (original) Visa (copy) 2x2 passport-sized photo (one) Valid government-issued photo ID Country-specific requirements US - Immigrant Data Summary...
"O Canada" is the national anthem of Canada. There are three official versions, English, French and bilingual.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is Canada's largest and most popular Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), welcoming thousands of new immigrants.
The Philippines continues to rank among the top 10 source countries for new immigrants to Canada, after India and China, beating out the United States.
Officers from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) collect biographic information from travellers leaving and entering Canada.
Are you looking for work in Canada? The Job Bank website and mobile app helps connect Canadian employers with workers just like you!
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) have become one of the most popular ways of immigrating to Canada for many Filipinos.
If you preparing to travel abroad you will need a valid Philippine passport. Here's how to apply for a Philippine passport (in the Philippines).