Contrary to what many people may think, it is possible to immigrate to Canada without first securing a job.
Unlike many other countries in the world, Canada provides opportunities for foreigners to immigrate without first landing a job offer.
Because the Canadian immigration system is highly versatile and dynamic, there are several immigration avenues available to those who have not yet found a job that would help them immigrate to Canada.
While the most common and coveted immigration route in Canada is known as the Express Entry system, there is an equally promising route called the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
Express Entry is based on a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) in which points are accumulated based on human capital factors. While in most cases Express Entry candidates do not require a job offer, having one will result in a much higher number of points, and therefore a better chance of being invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada.