Methods for getting PR easily:
1. Express Entry
It is a point based system in which experienced professionals from all over
the world get PR. Your Express Entry profile will get points based on:
Your education level;
Your abilities in English and/or French (Canada's 2 official languages);
Your work experience and skills;
If you have a job offer in Canada; and
Your spouse's education, language abilities and work experience.
Additional points are also awarded if you have completed a college or university program in Canada or if you have a provincial nomination.
How Does EE Choose People for PR?
Once you submit a profile, your profile will be entered into a pool (group) of all the people who have currently applied for Express Entry.
You will then be ranked against other people in the pool. Your ranking is based on the number of points you have.
If you are at the top of the rankings, your profile will be drawn (selected) from the list of applications. You will then get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence as a skilled immigrant.
2. Provincial Nominee Program
The Provincial Nominee program (PNP) is another immigration class.
The provinces that participate in the PNP have different eligibility requirements.
There are two streams of the PNP application - Express Entry and non-Express Entry.
Express Entry, as the name implies, helps skilled workers emigrate to Canada quickly.
The non-Express Entry stream is for candidates who are not skilled workers.
How Does PNP Choose People for PR?
Based on the information in your application, the government will decide whether or not you’re eligible to come to Canada.
Immigration officials might invite you for an interview.
Provided that the Canadian government approves your application, immigration officials will
require your passport so they can include a visa in it.
They’ll also send you a confirmation of permanent residency.