Feeds Topics Living Abroad Immigrate to Canada as a Dentist PART 1

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    Dentists are in Huge Demand in Canada and are on the Canadian NOC List code 3113. Under the Federal Skilled Worker Immigration Program, qualified dentists are eligible for full permanent residency on both a federal and provincial nomination basis.

    NOC List Code 3113 Dentists

    The Canadian National Occupation Classification Codes are a list of jobs that, from the standpoint of immigration, represent the jobs that are currently in demand in Canada.

    The document, which was sent in consultation with the Department of Labor Relations, outlines the direction that Canadian immigration policy will take over the coming years. The Canadian government has stated that it intends to bring in at least 1,000,000 skilled immigrants since 2021.

    The NOC Code to Immigrate to Canada as a Dentist covers

    • dental surgeon
    • dentist
    • doctor of dental surgery
    • endodontist
    • general practice dentist
    • implantologist – dentistry
    • oral and dental surgeon
    • oral and maxillofacial surgeon
    • oral medicine specialist
    • oral pathologist
    • oral pathology and maxillofacial surgery specialist
    • oral radiologist
    • oral surgeon
    • orthodontist
    • pediatric dentist
    • pedodontist
    • periodontist
    • prosthodontist
    • public health dentist
    • stomatologist

    Minimum qualifications required to immigrate to Canada as a Dentist

    You must already be a dentist licensed in your native country in order to move to Canada as a dentist. Additionally, you must show that your degree of training is equivalent to that of a dentist who is licensed and employed in Canada in order to immigrate to Canada as a dentist.

    It’s critical to first understand the specifics of how Canada evaluates globally certified dentists against its own internal benchmarks in a nation with numerous diverse provinces in order to appropriately assess your equivalence.

    How to Emigrate to Canada as a Dentist Stage One

    Your first step as a dentist with international training who wants to immigrate to Canada is to ensure a favorable outcome from the National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB).

    Dentistry is a regulated profession in Canada. You need a BDS/DDS/DMD degree and NDEB certification in order to practice dentistry in Canada.

    How to Immigrate to Canada as a Dentist Stage Two

    It’s time to begin creating your Express Entry profile now that your NDEB assessment has begun. Even though establishing an express entry profile alone is useless, you should create the strongest profile possible in order to effectively immigrate to Canada as a dentist.

    Express Entry is when the real work starts; it’s the beginning, not the finish, of your immigration process. At this point, you’ll take your internationally recognized English or French test (or both, if you’re fortunate enough to be bilingual in these languages!).

    Check for part two of this post here

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