You may consider filling the free initial assessment form and our team will get back to you with most suitable options for you. There are a number of options available for every person who wish to have a access to a better life and future in Canada, some of these Canadian Immigration options are as follows:
What is a NOC code and how can I find my NOC?
The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is a nationally recognized and standardized system that assigns a four digit code and job description to every occupation in the Canadian labour market.
What is Canadian language Benchmarking (CLB) and how can I know my CLB score?
The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) describe 12 levels of ability in each of four different language skills – Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. The CLB is used in Canada to describe the language ability of people who are learning English.
What is the Comprehensive ranking score (CRS) and how can I calculate my score?
CRS is short for Comprehensive Ranking System score, this is the score that will be used to rank your Express Entry profile. If it is high enough, you may have a good chance to be invited to apply.
What is the Proof of Funds and how much do I need?
Proof of funds is how you show us that you have enough money to settle in Canada. If we invite you to apply, you must give written proof that you have this money.
How can I start my Canadian Immigration process?
There are a number of ways to start your Canadian immigration process, the easiest and best way to ensure that your papers and documents are filled properly to increase your chances to immigrate to Canada is to complete the following steps:
Following this assessment Mars immigration Inc. advisor will discuss with you your best options and next steps to proceed.