How to Immigrate to Canada from Mexico? Find each Stage of the Process

How to Immigrate to Canada from Mexico? Find each Stage of the Process

If you are a Mexican living in Mexico and wants to immigrate to Canada, there are several Immigration programs. The Federal Skilled Workers Program is the most usual way for skilled workers to migrate to Canada from Mexico. Each year Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), invites from all over the world skilled workers to migrate to Canada with help of permanent residency visas. The process of immigration happens through the Express Entry Program or EEP allows you to immigrate as a skilled worker and is a common step to make the process of immigration happened. The first step is follow this link to find if you are eligible to apply

Find out if as a Mexican, you can apply to any of these programs:

-Express Entry, is an online system that we use to manage applications for permanent residence from skilled workers. You will need the following documents for your profile and application:
• passport or travel document
• language test results
• education credential assessment report if
◦ you’re applying through the Federal Skilled Workers program, or
◦ you want to get points for the education you got outside Canada
• provincial nomination (if you have one)
• written job offer from an employer in Canada (if you have one)
• police certificates
• medical exams
• proof of funds
Canada will submit your profile to the Express Entry pool, give you a “score” and invite you to apply for a permanent resident of Canada
(Completing an online Express Entry profile or entering the pool doesn’t guarantee that we’ll invite you to apply for permanent residence)

-Quebec-selected skilled workers, is the program to become a permanent resident to Canada and live in the province of Quebec. There are two steps to pass:

a) Apply to the Government of Quebec for a CSQ or Quebec Selection Candidate
b)After the Province of Quebec has selected you apply to Immigration Canada for the permanent residence, with your Certificate de selection du Quebec, answering all of the questions truthfully and without misrepresentation. Pay your fees online for the application and get a confirmation number and a receipt. (You can pay with a credit or debit card)

If your application is accepted you have to prepare for the arrival to Canada, you must have a valid citizen passport, travel documents or both, your Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and your permanent resident visa (if Canada gave you a visa) and finally proof that you have the funds to support yourself and your family after you arrive in Canada.

Immigrate as a Self – Employed:

The Self-employed Persons Program allows people to immigrate to Canada permanently as a self-employed person if you have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics and you’re be willing and able to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada

Refugees and Asylum

Refugees are people who have been forced to flee from their countries and they are not able to return home because of fear of persecution, risk of torture, or cruel or unusual punishment in their home countries.
Not everyone is eligible to seek asylum. For example, people are not eligible to make a claim if they have: been convicted of serious criminal offences or
had previous refugee claims denied by Canada.

If you think you are eligible, there are two ways to apply for refugee status in Canada;

Apply for refugee status at any port of entry (airport, seaport or land border)
Or make a refugee claim in Canada at some Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) offices (Refugee claims can be made between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday. All other services are available by appointment only.)

Alberta
Calgary
Harry Hays Building
220 4th Avenue, SE, Room 210
Calgary, AB
T2G 4X3

Edmonton
9700 Jasper Ave. NW, Suite 260
Canada Place
Edmonton, AB
T5J 4B8

British Columbia
Vancouver
1148 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 2C3

Vancouver
200 – 877 Expo Blvd.
Vancouver, BC
V6B 8P8

Surrey
#70 – 9900 King George Boulevard
Surrey, BC
V3T 0K9

Manitoba and Nunavut
Winnipeg
269 Main Street, Suite 400
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 1B2

New Brunswick
Fredericton
495 Prospect Street
Fredericton, NB
E3B 9M4

Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John’s
Appointments
21 Hallett Crescent, Suite 106
St. John’s, NL
A1B 4C2

Mailing address
P.O. Box 13667, Station A
St. John’s, NL
A1B 4G1

Northwest Territories
Yellowknife
5101 – 50 Avenue,
3rd Floor
Yellowknife, NT
X1A 3Z4

Nova Scotia
Halifax
1741 Brunswick Street, Suite B110
Halifax, NS
B3J 3X8

Ontario
Hamilton
55 Bay St. North – Ground Floor (Market St. entrance)
Hamilton, ON
L8R 3P7

Kitchener
29 Duke Street East, 1st Floor
Kitchener, ON
N2H 1A2

London
417 Exeter Road
London, ON
N6E 2Z3

Niagara Falls
4318 Portage Road,
Niagara Falls, ON
L2E 6A4

Ottawa
Appointments
235 Queen Street
Level C3 – Suite 005
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0H5

Mailing address
365 Laurier Ave. W
Office 3122
Ottawa, ON
K1A 1L1

Mississauga
3085 Glen Erin Drive
Mississauga, ON
L5L 1J3

Toronto (Scarborough)
200 Town Centre Court, Suite 370
Scarborough, ON
M1P 4X8

Toronto (Etobicoke)
5343 Dundas Street West, Suite 105
Toronto, ON
M9B 6K5

Windsor
1250 Walker Road
Windsor, ON
N8Y 4T4

Quebec
Montréal
1025 St-Jacques
Montréal, QC.
H3C 1G8

Saskatchewan
Saskatoon
410 22nd Street E, Room 660
Saskatoon, SK
S7K 5T6

 

The Embassy of Canada in Mexico is located at:

Schiller 529, Polanco, Polanco V Secc
11580 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México
Tel: +52 55 5724 7900