One doesn't require the job offer letter from an employer for immigration to Canada through the Permanent residency option. It is good to have an offer for extra points, but without the offer letter, also one can relocate through the Express Entry program, provincial nominee program, or any other pathway. Canada requires skilled workers to meet the labor market demand in various industries. Thus, at the time of acceptance of applicants the credential of applicants is judged to assess if he/ she is suitable for a job in Canada through quantitative measures of CRS tool.
The reasons why most people immigrate to Canada are profoundly linked to the high standard of living, growth opportunities, and high paying salaries in almost every professional field. The aspirant who is planning to relocate has multiple options with respect to the low crime rate. If one immigrates to Canada with the Permanent Residency(PR) status, then there is an option of free healthcare and free education, which is readily available to every candidate. Further, after immigration to Canada after two years, the candidate is free to apply for Canadian citizenship and avail the benefits of voting and contesting in the Canadian elections as well.
The first step when a candidate is planning to immigrate to Canada is hiring an excellent and reputable immigration service, which will make the immigration proceedings hassle-free. After that, an Express Entry Profile filling with all the necessary details of education and work experience needs to be created. The creation of the Profile is free of cost and gets the candidates admitted in the Express Entry pool. From this pool, the candidates are selected for the ITA (Invitations to Apply) and only those candidates receive the ITA (Invitations to Apply) who secure minimum or above the Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) point requirement of the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada) as decided through the Express Entry Draws. Once the ITA (Invitations to Apply) is received, the candidate can start the documentation process with the help of the immigration service hired and file for the Permanent Residency(PR) status of Canada. The applicants have 60 day’s time to submit the file with the documents after receiving the ITA. The candidates should start preparing the documents well in advance to avoid any delay.