If you work with a company that has an arm in Canada or your company have a contract with a Canadian company, you can simply request for a transfer to a branch in Canada. It is that easy but of course, there must be a link between your company and Canada or a Canadian company.
Trade agreements between Canada and some other countries allow for intra-company transfers, but you have to be from some countries such as Chile, Jordan, Peru, Colombia, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Mexico, United States of America, Iceland, Norway, Israel, or Panama to be able to take advantage of this option.
You can apply for permanent residence after working in Canada for 12 months. If you’re in a position as this then this is your best shot to migrate to Canada.
Secure A Job With Work Permit
Another easy way of migrating to Canada is by securing a Job in a Canadian company using a work permit.
This option is best for those who may not qualify for an intra-company transfer or those whose countries are not supported by the Trade agreement.
But this option is also a tricky one. For this option to work, you will need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LIMA). An LMIA states that no qualified Canadian is available to take the role you want to fill for.