Yes, You can immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian. Veterinarians are in high demand in Canada and are on the Canadian NOC List code 3114. If you’re a Vet considering emigrating, Canada wants you.
Qualified Veterinarians are eligible for full Permanent Residency in the Federal Skilled Worker Immigration Program on both a Federal and Provincial Nomination basis.
The Canadian National Occupation Classification Codes are a selection of occupations representing the occupations currently in demand in Canada from an Immigration perspective.
It’s sent in consultation with the Department of Labor Relations and is designed to set the roadmap for Canadian Immigration policy over the next few years whereby the Canadian Government have declared their intention to import at least 1,000,000 skilled migrants by 2021.
The NOC Code to Immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian covers
companion animal veterinarian
food animal veterinarian
laboratory animal veterinarian
preventive medicine veterinarian
small animal veterinarian
small animal veterinary specialist
veterinary laboratory diagnostician
Veterinarians under these codes are employed across a variety of professional environments including but not limited to private practice or may be employed by animal clinics, farms, laboratories, government or industry.
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Emigrate Canada don’t use any fancy one size fits all computer programs when it comes to assessing your eligibility to immigrate to Canada as a veterinarian.
Every assessment is hand reviewed by an industry specialist with significant experience in veterinarian migration.
The average salary for Veterinarians in Canada ranges from $70,000 to $145,000 and can increase depending on experience and expertise.
To immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian you’ll already need to be a licensed Veterinarian in your home country. Additionally, to immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian you’ll need to demonstrate that you’re qualified to the same level as someone qualified and working as a Veterinarian in Canada.
To accurately assess your equivalency it’s important to first take a deep dive into the specifics of how Canada assesses internationally qualified Veterinarians against their internal benchmarks in a Country of distinct provinces.
As an internationally qualified Veterinarian looking to immigrate to Canada your first task is going to be securing your license and registration from the Canadian College of Veterinarians in the province you are wanting to work in.
If you are qualified as a veterinarian in another country you must have a Certificate of Qualifications from the National Examining Board (NEB) before you are eligible to apply for registration by the BCVMA.
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A perfect Comprehensive Ranking Score is 1200. An offer of arranged employment in Canada or a provincial nomination certificate is worth an amazing 600 points.
This means our Veterinarian Immigration experts at Emigrate Canada and our designated ICCRC / Lawyers need to work closely with you to maximize your overall CRS score.
Should you score over the required points on your Express Entry CRS then there is a very good chance you’ll be able to Immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian without a Job Offer or Provincial Nomination.
Should you score less than the required points our Veterinarian Immigration experts at Emigrate Canada will be looking to secure Provincial Nomination for you in the first instance as well as working closely with you to secure a Job Offer in Canada as a Veterinarian.
It is possible to Immigrate to Canada as a Veterinarian with Emigrate Canada in three ways:
1. Directly through Express Entry
2. With a Job Offer
3. With Provincial Nomination