Discover the NEW Program Nigerians Are Using to Legally Relocate to Canada!
My name is Daniel Ola, A Travel Consultant, and Educator.
I have been educating lots of Nigerians on how to relocate to Canada and how to get visas to other countries, either Work, Study or Visit Visas.
That said, let's face the reason why you are receiving this mail.
I believe that you must have watched my short (10-15 minutes) video presentation. If you missed it here it is:
Speaking about the home care industry.
The Home Care Providers industry in Canada is a growing industry, with a multitude of diverse companies offering services to grow the healthcare markets.
Industry providers cater largely to the elderly population, which is growing at a rate exceeding the national population growth rate in Canada, as well as to individuals suffering from chronic illnesses and disabilities.
It is a $4.3 Billion Industry.
For us in Nigeria here.
Think of it as having a home or center that is centered towards taking care of our elderly parent, and workers are paid between $2500-$3500 Monthly [N750,000-N1,050,000 Monthly].
Now that this is now clear, here is what you need to know.
There is a massive demand for people looking to work in these organizations/companies. They are willing to give you an
employment letter which you can use to process your work permit. See some evidence
Just having this letter signed by the company removes the need for you to any proof of fund in your account because you have a job on your arrival.
Secondly, when you get this job anywhere in Canada, you are allowed to move with your entire family. Your partner would also apply and will be issued what is called an OPEN work permit that will enable him/her to work anywhere or do business in Canada. So, if you are sharp, you will immediately see this as a clear pathway to Canada - it is legal, cheaper and faster.
Your spouse works as a Home Support Worker while you work anywhere else. Let me also add that the home-care work isn't gender-specific. I'm sure you know that there are male nurses. So, if you are an unmarried man, and you genuinely want to relocate to Canada, but it seems, though, try this route. Benefits of Home Health Care -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNIEtj2yVpc
All you have to do is write your IELTS exam, score a minimum of 5.0. Trust me - your primary school niece will score that. Next, you do your Credential Evaluation while you get your work permit processed.
And one last thing I love about this program is that...
You are getting to Canada is to resume work and start getting paid right from the moment you enter Canada.
So, you don't need to be worried about what other newcomers bother about - that's waiting two to three months before they get a job. However, you will need to sort out for first-month rent knowing that you will start getting paid at month-end.
Your job in this home care industry is already settled before you and your families buy your flight tickets to move to Canada.
Here are few more insights -
Via this immigration program, you will apply for both work permit and permanent residency visa. You will get the work permit visa before your leaving Nigeria. After working for 24 months as a home care support worker you can then apply for a Permanent Residency Visa. Once receipt of your Permanent Residency Visa you can choose to remain in the home care industry or switch to another.
To convert your Permanent Residency Visa to a Canadian Passport you will need to stay in Canada for a total of three years within five years. Or two years in five years to renew your Permanent Residency Visa.
This might look seem like a lot of information, that’s why I recommend you watch this video presentation
CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO
I will also share how this can be used even outside of this industry in the next few days.
You will learn how to do it yourself right from your laptop to start your application.
Anyways... Let me stop here for now.
hope this was useful to you.
To your prosperity,
Oluwajana Adewale & Daniel Ola
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