What makes a person qualified to immigrate to Canada

Moyal, Henry
March 2012
Filipino Reporter;3/30/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 17, p27
The article offers a list of factors that will qualify an individual to immigrate to Canada including strong command of English or French, the applicant must have an occupation in demand in Canada, and completion of a bachelor degree or college.


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