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November 30, 2021

Discover How to Move to Canada From Nigeria(2021)

In the last five years, the number of Nigerians moving to Canada has quadrupled. Nigeria is currently a major source country for Canada’s immigration population.
For many Nigerians, relocating to Canada opens up a world of options that they would not have had in their own country. Political stability, a growing economy, and internationally acclaimed schools are all elements that contribute to Canada’s status as a top destination for Nigerian immigration.

Continue reading to learn about the best methods to immigrate from Nigeria to Canada!


Express Entry

Express Entry is the quickest and most popular route for immigrants looking to start a new life in Canada. Express Entry arranges and processes applications for those who want to come to Canada and get permanent residence in Canada.

Candidates with university or college degrees, competent job experience, and a reasonable command of English and/or French are desired.

Candidates who meet the requirements for the following programs are also eligible to apply for the Express Entry program:

FSW (Federal Skilled Worker) FST (Federal Skilled Trades) Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
The quickest approach to determine your eligibility is to utilize our free online evaluation tool.

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Each of Canada’s thirteen provinces and territories has its own immigration policy, known as a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Because each province has a varied population and economy, each province’s immigration plans are unique and designed to meet their economic and demographic demands.

PNPs are a popular choice since they can provide the quickest road to permanent residency in Canada.

You will earn 600 more Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points if you are nominated through a PNP that is linked with Express Entry. This implies you’re almost certainly going to get an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residence in the next Express Entry round!

Do you have no idea what your CRS score is? Use our CRS Score Calculator to find out right now!


Family Sponsorship

The reunion of families is a primary objective for Canadian immigration. Canada has a variety of immigration options that allow Canadians to sponsor family members to come to Canada.

To sponsor a family member as a permanent resident under the family class, the sponsor must meet the following requirements:

You must be at least 18 years old and a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
If they are a permanent resident, they must live in Canada. Even if they live outside of Canada, Canadian people can sponsor a family member. However, when the sponsored family member becomes a permanent resident of Canada, he or she must remain in Canada.
Have sufficient means to give financial support to the sponsored individual for the specified period of time.
Furthermore, the sponsor must fulfill extra standards such as not receiving social assistance (except due to disability), paying financial responsibilities on time, including support for sponsored family members, and having a clean criminal record.

Which Option Is Best For Me?

The Canadim Legal Practice is a full-service immigration law firm in Canada. The options shown above are only a tiny selection of the applications we handle. Your Canadian Immigration solution is our firm and professional staff. Work permits, criminal inadmissibility, student visas, and all applications for Canadian Permanent Residence are all handled by us.

Contact us immediately and complete out a free online evaluation to get your Canadian immigration process off to a good start.


Do you want to learn more about these or other Canadian immigration programs? Fill out our free online evaluation and a Canadim Team member will call you to discuss your possibilities!



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