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  • What is the age limit to apply?
    18 Year to 45 Year
  • What is a Permanent Resident (PR) visa?
    A Permanent Resident (PR) visa is a visa that allows people to live and work in Canada for an extended period of time. A PR visa grants holder’s permanent residency in Canada, which allows them to enjoy all of the benefits associated with Canadian citizenship, including access to social security and Medicare programs. To be eligible for a PR visa, you must meet certain requirements, including having a valid visa application and being approved by the Canadian Department of State.
  • What permanent residents can do?
    Permanent residents can live and work in Canada for as long as they have a valid visa or permanent resident card. They can also apply for Canadian citizenship. There are a few exceptions to these rules, but most permanent residents can do pretty much anything that regular Canadians can do. Here are some of the things that permanent residents can do:
    • ● Permanent residents can live in any province or territory in Canada.
    • ● Permanent residents can work in any province or territory in Canada.
    • ● Permanent residents can study in any province or territory in Canada.
    • ● Permanent residents can own property in any province or territory in Canada.
  • What is IELTS?
    The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a widely used international English language test. IELTS was first introduced in 1962 and has been updated several times since then. IELTS is designed to assess the level of an individual’s English language proficiency.

    There are two forms of testing available?

    There are two forms of testing available: manual and automated. Manual testing is when a tester exercises the software manually, while automated testing is when a program is tested by running it through a set of predetermined tests.

    The benefits of automated testing include that it can be done faster and more efficiently, as well as provide feedback on whether the software meets specific requirements. Automated tests can also be used to detect issues earlier in the development process, providing potential solutions. However, automated testing can also result in false positives and negatives, so it’s important to use it correctly in order to get the most benefit from it.

  • There are two forms of testing available?
    The General Training test: This test is necessary for Express Entry into Canada and other immigration needs, as determined by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). It tests for everyday language skills to help determine if someone can effectively communicate and work in an English-speaking country. 
    The Academic test: This test is designed to prove English proficiency for students who wish to enter post-secondary studies in Canada. The Academic test determines if a person can successfully study at an English-speaking university and post-secondary admittance may be conditional on achieving a high score. 
  • What is CELPIP?
    The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) is a program administered by the Council of Ministers of Education Canada that was created in 1993. It is a standardized assessment tool that allows educators and employers to measure someone's level of English language proficiency. CELPIP assessments are used to determine if students are eligible for services and programs in English schools and colleges, as well as the eligibility requirements for immigration to Canada. 
    There are three levels of CELPIP assessment: Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3. A person who takes a Level 1 assessment will be able to use basic English communication skills in everyday situations. A person who takes a Level 2 assessment will be more proficient in using more complex English communication skills, but may not be able to understand all types of texts. A person who takes a Level 3 assessment will be able to communicate effectively in both basic and complex English contexts.
  • Can I study in Canada?
    Canada is one of the most popular international study destinations for students. It’s a safe country with plenty of opportunities for students to learn and explore new cultures.

    There are many universities in Canada, so you can find a studies program that meets your needs and interests. Some universities offer tuition-free programs for international students, so be sure to check out the admission requirements.

  • Europe Employment Visa?
    Each of the Schengen member countries has its own visa policies, which policies differ from one country to the other. The employment visa programs in the European countries have been established to cover the labor needs of the respective countries and fill job shortages. Therefore, employment visa criteria and requirements, as well as the application process, depend a lot on the labor needs of each country.

    There are various ways to get a European employment visa. Some common ways include:

    • ● Winning an international competition or grant from a government agency.
    • ● Obtaining sponsorship from a company or individual in your home country.
    • ● Being employed by a company with a European office.
    • ● Becoming a self-employed person in Europe.
  • How long is a work visa valid?
    A work visa can be valid for a certain length of time, which depends on the type of visa. Some types of visas are typically valid for one year, while others may be valid for several years. There is no set limit on how long a work visa can be valid, but it is generally recommended that a work visa be valid for as long as necessary to complete the job you were hired to do. If you plan on staying in Canada longer than your original visa duration, you will need to apply for a renewal.

    Most European Work Visas are valid for one year. Still, in most countries, the visa holders have the chance to apply for a visa extension, upon the expiration of their visa. The validity of your visa, as well as a few other details will be written in the visa sticker affixed in your passport. Read the visa sticker in your passport carefully for more information.

  • Who can work in Europe?
    Anyone who meets the criteria and requirements set by the European countries can work in Europe. Most European states have their programs, through which they tend to lure foreign professionals and fill job shortages in different fields in the country.

    Immigrants and expatriates can work in Europe, depending on their visas. The most common type of visa for immigrants is the E1 visa, which allows people to stay in the EU for 90 days. The E2 visa is for people who will be working in a professional capacity, such as doctors or engineers. Expats also have many options when it comes to visas. For example, the C1 visa gives people permission to stay in the EU for one year.

  • How can I get a Schengen work visa to Europe?
    The Schengen work visa does not exist. You can get a Schengen visa for other purposes, as tourism, visiting family and friends, business, medical purposes etc. However, you cannot get a Schengen visa to work in Europe. You are not permitted to work while holding a Schengen visa for other purposes, as well. Still, you can work in the Schengen Area if you hold a National (D) Visa for employment purposes issued by one of the 26 European countries part of the Schengen Zone.

    To work in Europe as a Schengen visa holder, you will need to meet certain requirements and prove that you are able to support yourself financially. In addition, you will need to provide proof of your health, criminal record, and employment status. You can find more information on the website of the Schengen member states.

  • What is a D-type national visa for Poland?
    A D-type national visa permits to enter the territory of the Republic of Poland and to stay continuously or for several successive times in this territory for a total duration of more than 90 days during the period of validity of the visa, but not longer than one year.
    A D-type national visa also permits to travel in the territory of other Schengen Area Member States for up to 90 days during a 180-day period, during the validity period of the visa.
  •  Do I Need a Visa to Work in Malta?
    Everyone who comes from a non-EU/EEA country or Switzerland needs to apply for a visa to work in Malta. You need a visa even if you will work for less than 90 days.

    Yes, you will need a visa to work in Malta. The visa process can be a bit complex and requires careful planning, but it is totally worth it! There are multiple types of visas that are available, so be sure to speak with an immigration attorney to get the best option for you.

    This allows you to work in Malta for a fixed period of time (usually 3 months). To qualify for a Work Visa, you will need to have a valid passport and proof of employment. You will also need to provide your employer with documentation verifying your eligibility to work in Malta.