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Top 6 Easiest & Cheapest Ways to Migrate to Canada from Nigeria? No IELTS Required! No Proof of Funds!

Looking for the best Cheapest way to migrate to Canada from Nigeria or the easiest Canadian immigration program for Nigerians? If yes, then this Article is for you.

I was considering the question” What’s the easiest and cheapest way to migrate to Canada from Nigeria?”, and I was like, but we have talked about the top popular ways to relocate to Canada from Nigeria.

Perhaps you never saw it, here is another chance to grab this simple method to move to Canada without Proof of Funds or a high IELTS Score.

Let’s see the cheapest way to migrate to Canada from Nigeria.

1. Relocation with Express Entry Program? – No!
Basically, the legal and comfortable route to immigrate to Canada from Nigeria is via the Federal Express Entry Program. But I am aware that a lot of people hate it because of a required IELTS of 6.0+.

Relocating with Express Entry connotes that you have all the requirements + documentation the Canadian immigration service needs.

While Express Entry might seem as a big deal relocation route, the truth remains that it is the fastest way to relocate to Canada as a Nigerian or from any other country.

An overview of FEEP.
Step 1. First, you need to get info about Canadian immigration programs, facilities, rules.

Step 2. Get the info about IELTS, study, and give IELTS if you are from a non-native English language country.

Step 3. Get your professional skills assessed from Canadian skills assessment bodies (Like WES) for migrants like you need to apply for CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System).

Step 4. Create an Express Entry profile.

Step 5. Your profile gets ranked in the Express Entry pool depending on your points.

Step 6. You can get a job from a Canadian employer after you get an invitation to apply (ITA) for Canada.

Step 7. Submit Medical PCC and other Documents.

Step 8. Apply for a Canada visa and migrate to Canada.

That is all you need to do to relate to the Express Entry Program

How to Successfully Apply/Relocate with Express Entry in Nigeria
Seeking permanency residence in Canada via Express Entry have now become an integral part of many Nigerian immigrants strategy for relocation.

According to statistics, 17 million Nigerians live abroad while report also showed that about 36,000 Nigeria immigrants arrived Europe by sea.

However, if you want to make the most of your relocation process – I mean, leaving legally without being deported, you need an excellent/no-fault route to Canada.

One of such ways that come to mind is using Victor Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint.

Having helped many Nigerians successfully relocate to Canada without deportation, Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint.

To help you make an informed decision, I’m writing a short detailed review of Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint, along with some of the benefits.

What’s in Victor Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint?
Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint is one of the best relocation to Canada guides in the market right now. Thousands, if not tens of thousands of users are using it currently, and the numbers are on the rise.

It is essentially a blueprint for successfully relocating to Canada as a permanent residence and has a lot of exciting benefits, including:

How to relocate to Canada using either FEEP or PNP.
An overview of your CRS point encompassing your family size and most importantly your age.
How to logically create and submit your Express Entry Profile with graphics.
How the Express Entry Program links with Provincial Program.
A list of financial implication your need to consider upfront.

The PR in Canada Blueprint provides you a relocation process where you get the most out of migrating to Canada without conflicting issues, one-and-one communication with him, and avoiding costly mistakes many make which eventually cause a delay and frustration to their PR in Canada application.

What’s more, you can also use Jegede’s PR in Canada Blueprint to do the following for you:

How the Express Entry Program links with Provincial Program.
How to create a successful evaluation profile with WES with graphics.
An exclusive comprehensive LIST of IELTS lessons.
How to Avoid Common Errors Made by Applicants.
Information of how you can get the Designated Employers Database, and more.

2. Relocation with Work Permit Immigration Program?– No!

The Work permit is another easy route to leaving Nigeria for Canada.

Here is an overview of the Work Permit
A step-by-step description of how to apply for a temporary work permit in Canada:

Step 1: Determine if you require a work permit to work in your desired job in Canada

Step 2: Determine if you are eligible to apply for a Canadian temporary work permit

Step 3: Determine if you will apply online or on paper

Step 4: Obtain a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from your potential employer, if required

Step 5: Obtain a temporary job offer from your potential employer

Step 6: Gather All Required Documents and Forms

Step 7: Pay fees :

Step 8: Submit the application:

The application may be submitted online or to a Visa Application Center.

3. Relocation with Provincial Nominee Program – No!

PNP again is one of the easiest routes to immigrate to Canada. The good thing about it is that you might not require a 6.5+ IELTS to be sure to try it out. With an average score then you are good to go. But there is a deal-breaker.

With PNP, you can’t decide where you want to live in Canada. The point is, if you have a needed skill in any Canadian province then the Provincial Nominee Program is for you.

Here is an ultimate guide on the Provincial Nominee Program.

4. Relocate with Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot – the easiest way to leave Nigeria for Canada – not without IELTS

Have you ever heard of the Rural Northern Immigration Pilot program, a flexible route to leave Nigeria for Canada?

Then one of the easiest methods by far to successfully get a permanent residence & relocate to Canada is through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program.

This pilot program is best recommended if you can provide Proof of Funds to back up your application. 😉

About Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven program.

As a Nigerian, the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program was introduced to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers like you who want to work and live in one of the participating communities in Canada.

Hold on. Do you also know that this is the ONLY Canada relocation program that allows you to become a permanent Canadian resident even if you do not have a degree? Let’s go on.

Top Canadian Participating Communities in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
The Rural and Northern Immigration pilot takes place in the following participating communities at different times. Here is the list of them.

1. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
2. Thunder Bay, ON
3. Brandon, Manitoba
4. Altona/Rhineland, MB, and more.

#1. Sault Ste. Marie – Ontario, Canada
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada is a community of 73,000. Sault Ste. Marie provides a mix of urban and natural amenities that offer an affordable, active lifestyle in the heart of the Great Lakes.

ABOUT SAULT STE. MARIE’S Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Sault Ste. Marie’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot was/is designed to support economic development in her community and strengthen our local business’s capacity to develop and retain a skilled workforce.

This pilot is being managed in partnership between the Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corporation, FutureSSM, the Sault Ste. Marie Local Immigration Partnership and the Sault Community Career Centre.

As a Nigerian seeking relocation, all you need to do is apply as a Foreign National/ Applicant, and start processing your PR in Canada. Simple.

#2. Thunder Bay, – Ontario, Canada
Like Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay is a nice community in Canada.

Thunder Bay’s economy is undergoing a shift, becoming more diversified and sustainable. There are plenty of job and business opportunities but there are gaps in the workforce and an aging demographic causes concern. Hence, the need for foreigners/Nigerians to relocate to Canada via her Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot.

ABOUT Thunder Bay’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
On January 2, 2020, Thunder Bay began accepting applications for a Thunder Bay CEDC community recommendation from individuals wishing to immigrate to Thunder Bay where they have a genuine full time job offer from an approved employer, meet the federal government’s eligibility criteria, and meet the community recommendation criteria set by the CEDC.

Can’t relocate using Express Entry or PNP? Then the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program is your next best pilot to Canada.

The RNIP is based on the confidence of other Nigerians that have grabbed their Permanent Residency in Canada.

All you ever need to do is apply as a Foreign National/Applicant. Here’s how below.

How to Successfully Apply for Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot in Nigeria
Even as the easiest and the most affordable immigration program to be introduced by the Canadian Movement for Nigerians to migrate to Canada, it remains that many do not know about RNIP.

One of their first helpful relocation features is the ability to apply for permanent residence under this pilot in 4 steps.

With its low IELTS score requirement (5 is accepted), no age restrictions, and the ability to get your Canadian permanent residence and be in Canada within 6 – 9 months, the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is the best community-driven as far as the applicant (you) have the intention of staying in the community.

As a pilot program that connects newcomers with settlement services and mentoring opportunities with established members of the community, the RNIP PROGRAM shows you how to find your way in.

Also, because all job opportunities are available to locals first, (locals should apply in-person only), the program shows you what to do from A-Z to Fast-track your permanency.

If you’re a Nigerian looking for the easiest way to relocate to Canada in 2021 then with the benefits of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, this PROGRAM is a fantastic choice.

What’s the processing time of Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot?
The processing time for HCCPP is 6-9 months. It can span to 12 months if you delay from your end.

5. How to Relocate To Canada without IELTS from Nigeria with the Study Visa Route – Yes, without IELTS. 😎

The Study Visa relocation route is what you need if you hate IELTS or TOEFL exams like most Nigerians.

With this relocation path, you can relocate, study for free, and work in Canada without wasting money on any travel agent or writing IELTS/TOEFL academic exams.

And the best news is that you can go for this relocation path even if you are above 40 years. Yeah.

Here is the overview of the pathway.

You apply to study in Canada
You apply for schools that do not require IELTS/TOEFL in Canada.
Alternatively, you use the English Language Proficiency letter gotten from your school.

You get a scholarship to move to Canada.
You work while you study and get Canadian work experience.
When the study period is over or when still on it you apply for Canadian Permanent Residency – with the advantage of being in Canada and the work experience your chances are over the bar to get a PR in Canada.

This route is that simple. 😉

You can go to the Canadian Immigration Portal and get started, or you can go through Victor Ola’s guide on this.

And yes, I had to buy the blueprint and review it myself so you know what it is all about.

If this interests you, check out the video review of this relocation pathway to Canada from Nigeria or any other African Country.

Final Notes on the Cheapest Way to Relocate To Canada from Nigeria
Relocation to Canada is a dream of many Nigerians, and the ones that have relocated haven’t had a cause to regret it.

Are you looking for the fastest way to permanent residence in Canada from Nigeria? It is the Express Entry.

With Express Entry you relocate based on your ability to sponsor yourself and meet all the Canadian immigration requirements.

If you’re looking at relocating to Canada based on your skill work experience, you can apply for the Provincial Nominee program – you get nominated based on the need of the particular Canadian province.

And if you are still perplexed about the two then this is it. When choosing between Express Entry and Provincial Nominee, remember to do your research: consider the time, restrictions, costs, and the requirement you need to process your application.

The Easiest Routes with low IELTS Scores to relocate to Canada from Nigeria
The success of your PR in Canada relies on how serious you are.

With the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot or Home Care you do not need a degree nor a High IELTS score to relocate.

Yes, these 2 might be the easiest relocation for Nigerians, but you will have to decide if you want to start your relocation process today.

Who is the Rural and Northern Pilot Program for?

It is for those who hate IELTS but can still provide Proof of funds.

With the RNIP, you can comfortably relocate to Canada as a Nigerian using the Rural and Northern path if only you are willing before they shut it down.

As soon as the number of candidates needed would have relocated to the Canadian communities, this relocation pilot program will be closed.

If you can do it on your own, click here to apply.

Who is the Home Care Pilot Program for?

It is for those who hate IELTS and CAN’T provide Proof of funds.

For instance, with the Home Child Care Provider Pilot, relocate with low IELTS, get the 2 years’ experience, apply for PR in Canada and become a Canadian citizen.

It will take roughly 12 months if you apply today for the HCCP program. And I must admit, a lot of Nigerians have used this route to Canada because Express Entry & PNP knocked them off.

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