Planning for Canada: Resource for Incoming Immigrants to Canada
posted on November 10, 2017
Planning for Canada, an online community resource launched in 2015 by both Canadian Orientation Abroad (COA) and the Canadian Integration Program (CIIP) is a Canadian Government funded enterprise to aid in pre-arrival orientation and training for immigrants.
So far, Planning for Canada has helped 115,000 individuals achieve success in Canada by helping to plan for and attain new jobs and skills in Canada. Sessions are available, free of charge, around the world.
Each adult family member, including adult dependents, must register for an information session and provide at least one of the following documents:
an IRCC invitation to obtain pre-arrival services, ora Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) letter/document, ora passport request letter that indicates Permanent Resident visa issuance, oran IRCC request that an applicant for permanent residence complete a medical examination, ora Single Entry Permanent Resident Visa, ora Permanent Resident Visa pick up notification letter.
Click Here for the website and more information about the Planning for Canada Program.
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