Immigration to Canada is governed by the rules and regulations set by the government of Canada. The department of Canadian migration regulates the immigration programme announced by the government after taking into consideration the requirements of skills and the shortage of skills. The government of Canada initiates immigration program for the development of the country. Every country allows immigration only to the skills they require for the advancement of that country. The immigrants are eligible for various government welfare schemes if they are having permanent resident visas or they become Canadian citizens. Once you become a permanent resident or a citizen you will be eligible to bring your family members also to Canada if the visa granted to you permits.
The different types of visas available to migrate to Canada are Visitor Visa, Federal Skilled Worker, Entrepreneur Visa, Business Visa, Post Graduate Work Permit, Open Work Permit, Family Immigration, Student visa, Student Dependent Visa are the few to name. All these visas are granted on satisfying the terms and conditions for the respective visas. The visa is being granted according to the score you would have scored while evaluating different parameters such as age, education, work experience, adaptability, fluency in language etc. The evaluation procedure and points differ as per the parameters fixed by the Canadian authorities.