Alberta, Canada inviting Permanent Residents as Economy rises

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Alberta, CA - Electo Immigration & Citizenship Services (416-645-9469) announces that its permanent residency programs for the province have been further expanded, as economists note a continued growth in Alberta’s economy.

In a recent report from RBC Economics, financial experts project higher commodity prices in Alberta’s energy sector, causing a massive need for more workers in the industry. As the province’s oil-and-gas market continues to grow, Electo Immigration & Citizenship Services has updated its packages so that more qualified professionals from around the world can permanently reside in Canada.

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The immigration consultants strengthened its Canadian permanent residency programs to meet the demands of various companies in Alberta, particularly in the energy sector. Applicants simply need a minimum investment of 100,000 CAD and be a graduate of a degree program within the last 10 years.

Electo invites any working professional to contact them and see what program they qualify for. The team pledges that all cases are attended to with responsiveness, attention to detail, and dedication to the application. All clients are assured by the company’s 3-day response time guarantee.

Alberta is considered to be one of the highest-rated provinces in Canada, with its natural beauty, vast forests, and Rocky Mountains. It enjoys one of the lowest crime rates in the country.

Electo Immigration & Citizenship Services differentiates itself from the rest with its unique client-centered business model. It believes that all applicants are qualified applicants and works with their clients to see which program is best suitable for them and their families.

The team uses a simple four-step process to get clients approved for their permanent or temporary residency visas. The first is assessment, which determines the most appropriate pathway for the client’s objectives. The second is a consultation which allows the team to discuss all the subtleties involved in either pathway. Next is the decision, in which the client chooses which pathway to pursue. Lastly is submission, where Electo prepares a strong application for the Canadian government.

Currently, there is a demand for engineers in Alberta, but other professions are welcome to apply. Those still unsure of which visa to pursue can call Electo or email them for further clarification.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

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