Another easy way to immigrate to Canada is to find a job with a Canadian company with a work permit.
This option is best suited to people who are unable to benefit from intra-company transfers or whose country is not supported by the trade agreement. (But this option is also tricky. For this option to work, you need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (IRS). An LMIA indicates that no qualified Canadian is available to take on the role for which you wish to perform).
International Experience Canada (IEC)
International Experience Canada (IEC) offers young people the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. Young people between the ages of 18 and 35 are allowed to work in Canada during the holidays, but with an open work permit.
This category is for you if:
You don’t have a job offer yet
Want to work for more than one employer in Canada
You want to work in several places
You want to earn money to travel
Australia, Denmark, Japan, Norway, Taiwan, Austria, Estonia, South Korea, Poland, Ukraine, Belgium, France, Latvia, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Chile, Germany, Lithuania, Slovenia, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Mexico, Spain, Croatia, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Czech Republic, Italy, New Zealand and Switzerland are all participating countries. For some of them, eligibility expires at age 29 or 30.
They can use the work experience they gained during a work holiday,