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The D7 Visa enables the foreigner to enter Portugal in order to apply for a TRP (Temporary Residence Permit) based on the existence of a means of support that has been established. As a result, the applicant must demonstrate that they have enough income (from retirement, pensions, rental property, assets, etc.) to live in Portugal. The TRP holder has the following rights: family reunion, education and study, employment, investing, engaging in self-employed professional activities, access to the legal system, and health care. Portugal offers several additional visa possibilities, such as a temporary residency permit for entrepreneurs and independent contractors.
Canada Express Entry program is a selection system designed for immigrants with the work skills and attributes needed to benefit the country and succeed in Canada. Because these immigrants have skills that are sought-after, they receive faster processing times (six months or less) by going through the programs that make use of the Express Entry system: Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, Canadian Experience Class and many of the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). This allows you to make the move to Canada faster.
Atlantic Canada is a unique part of the country with its own distinct vibe and way of doing things. Here, the people are more relaxed, things move a little slower and there’s certainly not a lot of rush hour, even in the urban centres. To welcome immigrants to this eastern part of Canada, the Atlantic provinces have created three special pilot programs to encourage the types of workers needed in the area to promote growth and economic advancement for the four Atlantic provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
In addition to the federal-level immigration programs, Canada’s provinces and territories offer different ways to come to the country and enjoy the diversity offered from coast to coast and north to south. These are known as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). As the world’s second largest country, the regions within Canada are quite unique and different from each other.