Category Archives: Canada

Moving to Canada?

Some suggestions to help you adjust more easily during the first few months after arrival Hopefully you will have accommodation to move in to!

  1. Find the nearest grocery store.
  2. Have an ATM card – you can get cash from the ATM machines.
  3. Check to be sure that your card is acceptable at that machine. Most stores will not accept a debit card unless it is backed up by Visa or Mastercard.
  4. Bring enough cash with you to cover your first thirty-day expenses, including deposits for housing.
  5. Get your Social Insurance Card from the local government office. This is needed to work, apply for government programs and benefits and a drivers license. Learn more by visiting Canada.ca
  6. Visit your local bank and open a bank account.
  7. Establish some credit as soon as you can.
  8. Find the nearest local school for your children. Ask a neighbor for advice.
  9. Reach out to your neighbors, your church and community. They will help always help you.
  10. Don’t be afraid to ask questions!
  11. Join cultural associations, seek out community members with a similar background.
  12. Maintain some familiar traditions.

It is a huge adjustment to any new country. Canada is huge in size with three time zones.  It is is so diversified and has so much to offer.  Visit the official Canadian website at www.Canada.ca  It’s fantastic and full of information.

Jobs in Canada

FARM WORKERS

  • Safe and promising future for you and your children
  • Flight ticket is paid by the employer
  • Assistance with finding cheap accommodation ($500)
  • Salary: $14-15
  • Basic English
  • No particular qualifications are needed

 

PROFESSIONALS

Hospitality Professionals – Food Service Supervisors, Restaurant Managers, Assistant General Managers, and many more…

  • Safe and promising future for you and your children
  • Great working environment
  • Above average salaries

Requirements:

IELTS Score: 6.0 (in each section) or higher


TRADESMEN

We are also seeking trades professionals for one of our clients in Canada.

  • Builders
  • Welders
  • Plumbers
  • Turners
  • Engineers
  • And many more…

Forward your CV for suitable positions so that we can arrange an interview with a potential employer and arrange a potential offer letter.


Please contact us for further information, or email pat@statesideinternational.com

IT Program (Canada)

The CANADA COLLEGE FOR HIGHER STUDIES IT PROGRAM, TORONTO, CANADA

STUDY/WORK PROGRAM

These programs are for those interested in learning how to succeed in the Information Technology (IT) field. This is a private career college focusing on individual attention.  Programs and Courses offered:

    • Diploma in Systems Administration with UNIX
    • Diploma in Network (LAN/WAN) Administration
    • Diploma in Computerized accounting with Office Administration
    • SAP; IBM Websphere; Oracle WebLogic; Tomcat; Oracle, MS SQL Database; VMware (vSpere); ITIL; PMP, and more.

Benefits:

    • Job focused curriculum to gain the knowledge the employer is looking for.
    • Instructor led and hands-on training.
    • Focus on the latest IT skills that are in demand in the market place.
    • Can work 20-hours a week while studying and full time during scheduled breaks.
    • Work on “real-time” projects.
    • Job location assistance (all students who completed the Diploma Program in April, 2014 are working full-time in well-paid, secure jobs).
    • Assistance with Home Stay options.

Requirements and total costs:

    • 18-years of age or above.
    • IELTS of 6 overall (5.5 in each band) or TOEFL – 79 score. Or letter from your school testifying that all instruction was in English.
    • Completed 10+2 years with a Certified Secondary/High School Graduation.
  • $1,500 paid to SNI – includes preparation of all immigration forms, filing fee, police report and all related expenses. Increase in fee starts March 15, 2015. Enroll by this date for April or June, 2015 intake and save $500 (US). $750 paid at time of application and $750 paid upon receipt of visa. 
  • $200 (Canadian) registration fee paid to the college.
  • The above fees are non-refundable.
  • Tuition depending on course taken.

The student pays the medical fee for the visa and the visa cost at the Embassy.

Canadian College for Higher Studies welcomes all international students and offers services such as: help with airport pick up, help with finding accommodation and job placement

Pat@statesideinternational.com – Phone: 1-850-225-1249 (USA).

 

The Canada College, Toronto

STUDY/WORK PROGRAM in TORONTO, CANADA

These programs are for those interested in learning how to succeed in the Information Technology (IT) field. This is a private career college focusing on individual attention.  Programs and Courses offered:

    • Diploma in Systems Administration with UNIX
    • Diploma in Network (LAN/WAN) Administration
    • Diploma in Computerized accounting with Office Administration
    • SAP; IBM Websphere; Oracle WebLogic; Tomcat
    • Oracle, MS SQL Database; VMware (vSpere); ITIL; PMP, and more.

Benefits:

    • Job focused curriculum to gain the knowledge the employer is looking for.
    • Instructor led and hands-on training.
    • Focus on the latest IT skills that are in demand in the market place.
    • Can work 20-hours a week while studying and full time during scheduled breaks.
    • Work on “real-time” projects.
    • Job location assistance (all students who completed the Diploma Program in April, 2014 are working full-time in well-paid, secure jobs).
  • Assistance with Home Stay options.

Requirements and total costs:

    • 18-years of age or above.
    • IELTS of 6 overall (5.5 in each band) or TOEFL – 79 score. Or letter from your school testifying that all instruction was in English.
    • Completed 10+2 years with a Certified Secondary/High School Graduation.
  • $1,500 paid to SNI – includes immigration work, filing fee, police report and all related expenses. Increase in fee starts March 15, 2015. Enroll by this date for April or June, 2015 intake and save $500 (US). $750 paid at time of application and acceptance by the college and $750 paid upon approval of visa..

$200 (Canadian) registration fee paid to the college.  The above fees are non-refundable.   The student pays the medical fee for the visa and the visa cost at the Embassy.

Canadian College for Higher Studies welcomes all international students and offers services such as: help with airport pick up, help with finding accommodation and job placement

Pat@statesideinternational.com – Phone: 1-850-225-1249 (USA).

 

Immigration to Canada

SNI now  offers  a wonderful  IT study/work program in Toronto that can lead to work visa .  It is a new program and intake is April, July and October 2015.  This is a student visa.

SNI in cooperation with Veronique Malka, Attorney at Law, Toronto, Canada now offers the following immigration services:

Available Services for those living outside of Canada:

  • Permanent Residency
  • Skilled Worker
  • Business Class
  • Family Class
  • Work Permits
  • Student Permits

Available services for those living within Canada:

  • Permanent Residency
  • Family Class
  • Extensions
  • Change of Status
  • Hearings and Appeals
  • Live-in Caregiver immigration
  • Citizenship Applications

Send a detailed resume, copy of English certification if you are from a non-English speaking country and as much information about yourself and any family members to include if you have relatives living in Canada. Indicate the program you wish to apply for.
Canada has a ‘point system of 67-points’ for these visas and you must meet the number of points required. Once your resume and supporting documents have been assessed (the attorney fee for this service is $250) you will then be contacted by Veronique either by email or phone as to the next step.

If you prefer a direct phone consultation with Veronique the cost is $250. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.