How Ethiopians can apply for a Canada Work Visa

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Every year, thousands of people try to immigrate to another country without a permit or work visa.


Most illegal immigrants and travelers are unaware of the financial, physical and psychological problems they face along the way. Some spend their time and money, others suffer exploit and abuse, and others lose their lives.


It may not be an exaggeration to say that it is in everyone’s interest to have a better life. However, it is important to consider how this desire can be properly translated into reality.

How to apply for a Canadian visa?


A Canadian work visa allows you to travel to the country and live there for a limited period of time. You will need to apply depending on the type of visa you want. There are a few general steps you must take to get a visa. This guide will help you get generalized information on some of the key options for moving to Canada.


According to a program launched by the Government of Canada, a person should be aware of which sector of the opportunity to benefit from; It protects you from scammers.
The following are some of the key options for moving to Canada on a regular basis.

Family Sponsorship


In Canada aged 18 years and over; Citizens with Canadian citizenship or residency permits can bring close family members to Canada through this program. Spouses, children, parents, grandparents and adopted children may be included in the program, according to Canada’s official immigration website.


The list of family members mentioned above must meet their own requirements and special arrangements in order to be sent to Canada.


For example, a woman who intends to bring her spouse to Canada must be a Canadian citizen or resident. In addition, she must not receive social assistance from the government, be able to meet the basic needs of the spouse she is bringing to Canada, and her income should be higher than the government minimum.


In other words, a person who wants to go to Canada must be accepted in Canada. They must not be a threat to national security, be involved in human rights abuses, be in government or have committed atrocities while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or engage in similar crimes.


In addition, people whose health is at risk for the country or who have a serious medical condition and who have provided false information to enter Canada are considered unacceptable in Canada.

Skills Based Program (Express Entry)


Express Intry is a skills-based program that employs knowledge, experience and language skills through employers in Canada.


Anyone who claims to be confident in their language skills, have enough experience and is interested may be a participant in the Express Entry.


First, go to the official website and enter your personal information. They also score points based on the information you provide. They will then be weighed against the rest of the applicants based on their score. If your results, work experience and language skills attract employers; You will receive an invitation letter to live in Canada. Based on this, they apply for a residence permit.

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In immigration


Under Canadian law, a refugee is a person who has fled a country where he or she has been subjected to political, religious, ethnic, or sexual harassment and is unable to return home for the above reasons.


There is a big difference between a refugee or immigrant. Immigrant is a person who wants to live permanently in another country on his or her own initiative without having to face external pressures. Refugee means a person who has been forced to leave the country.


For example, if an Ethiopian wants to go to Canada on a refugee program, he or she must be registered as a ‘refugee’ at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in a country outside Ethiopia.
The so-called refugee then begins the process of moving to Canada through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Refugees cannot apply directly to the Canadian government to go to Canada. Their requests are made only by the United Nations.

Self-employed (Business Owners)


The Improved Personal Program allows self-employed individuals who meet the criteria to move to Canada and establish a permanent livelihood.


The program will focus on sports and the arts. Must have two years of experience in the field, have participated in international forums, are willing to contribute their experience and knowledge to Canada, and be able to pass health and safety screenings.


In addition, age, experience, education level, language skills, and ability to adapt to new places are also important considerations.
In addition to the programs listed above, there are programs that can be invested in Canada, create jobs, provide care services (only for those with experience in Canada) and other programs that can be extended to Canada.

Using false evidence


It is considered a serious crime to use false evidence or to lie to immigration officials during an interview to obtain a visa or residency permit.


This can lead to a rejection of the application and criminal prosecution. Those who are found to be using false evidence may be barred from entering Canada for life.


How can we protect ourselves from fraud?


The Canadian Immigration website states that no one can guarantee you a Canadian visa or employment. Only Canadian immigration officials, Canadian embassies, high commissions and consulates can decide on visa applications.


Individuals or organizations promoting a Canadian visa are likely to be scams.


False immigration officials use fraudulent means to obtain your money or personal information.


Be careful: A valid Canadian government immigration professional does not request to deposit or send money into a bank account or to charge for filling a form.