If you are still not sure where to study but want to speed up your immigration process to Canada, these five reasons will help you make the best decision. Keep in mind that this information is only a small part of what you will learn in this Virtual session ‘Learn how to speed up your immigration process to Canada’. https://youtu.be/yjzLCgHXvIE
Studying in the city of Sault Ste. Marie opens the doors to the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Project (RNIPP), which will speed up your process of becoming a permanent resident in Canada.
Here are the reasons, according to the official Sault Ste. Marie website:
- You receive points for studying and living in Sault Ste. Marie.
- No matter your age, even if you are over 45 years old you will receive points.
- You may be eligible for permanent residency with an intermediate level of English. For example, they will ask you for a level 5 out of 12, while in other cities you will need a minimum level 7.
- You receive points if you rent/lease or own a property in said city.
- Working or having had job interviews in the city will give you points.
As you can see, there are many advantages, especially in terms of immigration, of studying in Sault Ste. Marie. Remember that when you study a professional program in Canada, you can work part-time while you study. If you have a partner, they can work full time.
Facts about Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
- This city, bordering the United States, has a population of about 73,500 inhabitants.
- The predominant language is English, although a small part of the population speaks French, so it will be an opportunity to explore a third language.
- Sault Ste. Marie is a multicultural city. Due to its unique immigration program, this city receives people from all over the world. According to official data, 73.4% of immigrants who arrive in this city decide to stay living there due to the low cost of living, job opportunities, and high levels of quality of life.
- Some of the professions in demand in Sault Ste. Marie are in business, finance, health, education, legal, manufacturing and logistics; as well as occupations in maintenance, repair, construction, and transportation.
If you are in any of these professions or want to dedicate yourself to one of them, and also want to be a permanent resident in Canada, don’t think twice. This is the best option.
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This article is a translated version of a piece written by Paulina Angarita Meneses.