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Migrate to Canada as a Psychiatrist (NOC 31100)

Canada has a critical shortage of qualified Psychiatrists. If you are a Psychiatrist with at least 1 years experience and hold an undergraduate degree then you are eligible to migrate to Canada on the Federal Skilled Worker Program provided you can score 67 CRS points and have a positive Education Credential Assessment.

How to Migrate to Canada as a Psychiatrist

 

  • be a licensed Psychiatrist in your home country.
  • hold a Medical Degree recognized by Canada
  • pass the MCCQE exam
  • pass a language test
  • lodge an Express Entry application
  • receive an Invitation to Apply
  • pay the Visa Fees
  • pass Health and Character Checks

How to Immigrate to Canada as a Psychiatrist

 

To immigrate to Canada as a Psychiatrist you’ll already need to be a licensed Psychiatrist in your home country. Additionally, you need to demonstrate that you’re qualified to the same level as someone qualified and working as a Psychiatrist 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 Psychiatrists against their internal benchmarks in a Country of distinct provinces.

 

The first step is to ensure that your Psychiatrist Qualifications are recognized by Canada.  To do this you will need to conduct a search of the World Directory of Medical Schools (WDMS)  for your medical school. 

 

A Canadian Sponsor Note for your medical school must appear for the Psychiatry of this school to be accepted and recognized within Canada.

 

As an internationally qualified Psychiatrist looking to immigrate to Canada your first task is going to be securing a positive outcome from the Medical Council of Canada.

 

This involves taking the MCCQE Part I.  This is a computer-based exam that can be taken at more than 500 test centres around the world.

 

You need to pass the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part 1 before you are eligible to practice in Canada.  You can test your readiness for the MCCQE Part I by taking the Practice tests.

 

These tests are designed to help you familiarize yourself with the types of questions you could encounter, as well as the online delivery platform of the MCCQE Part 1. Practice test content is created by physicians and experts who have experience with the MCC’s content development process.

 

To take the MCCQE Part I, you must first sign up for a physiciansapply.ca account. You will need to pay a one-time, non-refundable fee of $290. Once you sign up, you will be able to log into your account to request various services, including storing your documents and applying for exams.

 

Apply for the MCCQE Part I through your physiciansapply.ca account.  This process ensures Canadian Authorities you meet the required qualifications.

 

With your MCCQE Part I assessment underway it’s time to take your English or French Language Test and start building out your Express Entry profile.

 

After your positive Medical Council of Canada assessment its time to submit the second stage of your process of Psychiatry Registration by applying directly to the medical board in your chosen Province or Territory.

 

Each province and territory in Canada has its own medical regulatory authority that governs the practice of medicine. You must apply for licensure through the specific regulatory body in the region where you plan to practice. Examples include Examples include the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC), and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA).

 

You will need to provide various documents, including proof of medical education, residency training, and certification by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). You will also be required to submit proof of previous licensure and practice history.

 

The regulatory authority will assess and verify your credentials. This process may include primary source verification of your medical degree with the Physicians Credentials Registry of Canada (PCRC).

 

Note: Once licensed as a Psychiatrist in Canada, you must comply with the ongoing requirements set by the regulatory authority to maintain your licensure. This includes continuing medical education (CME) and periodic re-certification or re-validation of your credentials.

 

When it comes to matching the skills, qualifications and experience of Internationally qualified Psychiatrist Immigrating to Canada with the specific requirements of Canadian Provinces and Territories we recommend a Free Consultation with one of our Canadian Medical Migration Experts.

Alternative Job Titles for Psychiatrists in Canada for Immigration

 

If you are a Psychiatrist looking to immigrate to Canada, you might find it helpful to know the various alternative job titles under which your skills and experience could be recognized. Here are some commonly used alternative job titles for Psychiatrist in Canada:

 

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
  • Forensic Psychiatrist
  • Geriatric Psychiatrist
  • Consultant Psychiatrist
  • Clinical Psychiatrist
  • Emergency Psychiatrist
  • Addiction Psychiatrist
  • Neuropsychiatrist
  • Psychopharmacologist
  • Behavioral Health Psychiatrist

 

These job titles are classified under the TEER code 31100 in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) system, which is used by Canadian immigration authorities.

Expert Assistance

Migration Consultant LLC are specialists in Psychiatrist visas with a dedicated Medical Migration desk to handle not only your immigration paperwork but also to get you registered to work.

 

For more information and assistance, take a Free Visa Assessment.

What qualifications are required to Immigrate to Canada as a Physciatrist?

To immigrate to Canada as a psychiatrist, you must hold a recognized medical degree and complete a psychiatry residency program accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). You also need to pass the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Parts I and II. Additionally, obtaining a license from the medical regulatory authority in the province or territory where you intend to practice is essential. Proficiency in English or French, demonstrated through standardized language tests such as IELTS, CELPIP, or TEF, is also required.

How can Psychiatrists immigrate to canada via the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP)

Psychiatrists can immigrate to Canada via the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP) by first ensuring their medical qualifications and experience meet Canadian standards.

 

This includes obtaining a recognized medical degree, completing a psychiatry residency, and passing the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Parts I and II.

 

Psychiatrists must secure a license from the relevant provincial or territorial medical regulatory authority and demonstrate language proficiency in English or French. Through EMPP, they can apply with the support of a designated referral organization and secure a job offer in Canada.

Median Average Salary per Annum for Psychiatrists by Region in Canada

  • British Columbia: $218,000
  • Alberta: $230,000
  • Saskatchewan: $205,000
  • Manitoba: $210,000
  • Ontario: $220,000
  • Quebec: $195,000
  • New Brunswick: $190,000
  • Nova Scotia: $185,000
  • Prince Edward Island: $175,000
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: $200,000

Further resources for Psychiatrists moving to Canada

Free Visa Assessment: Migration Consultant

 

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC): Offers details on residency programs, certification, and continuing professional development. RCPSC

 

Medical Council of Canada (MCC): Provides information on the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) and other licensure requirements. MCC

 

Provincial/Territorial Medical Regulatory Authorities: Specific information on licensure requirements and application processes for each province or territory.

 

 

 

 

  • Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA): Offers resources for professional development, networking, and staying updated on industry standards. CPA

 

How can Migration Consultant LLC help?

Migration Consultant LLC specializes in providing tailored assistance to Psychiatrists wanting to immigrate to Canada.

 

With our extensive expertise and deep understanding of immigration policies and procedures, we deliver comprehensive guidance through every step of the process.

 

  • Pathway Selection: We help clients identify the most suitable immigration pathway based on their qualifications and professional Psychiatry background.

 

  • Application Preparation: Our team prepares and submits applications, ensuring all eligibility criteria are met and documentation is complete.

 

  • Personalized Support: We provide personalized support, addressing specific needs and mitigating potential challenges.

 

  • Maximized Success: Our goal is to maximize each client's chances of success by leveraging our detailed knowledge of the immigration system.

 

Why Choose Migration Consultant LLC?

 

  • Expertise: Our team has in-depth knowledge of Canadian immigration policies, particularly for Psychiatrists.

 

  • Dedicated Support: We offer one-on-one consultations and continuous support throughout the immigration process.

 

  • Confidence and Assurance: With Migration Consultant LLC by your side, you can embark on your journey to Canada with confidence, knowing you have a dedicated partner committed to your success.

 

Psychiatrists can rely on Migration Consultant LLC to make their Canadian immigration dreams a reality. Contact us today to begin your journey with a trusted partner who understands your professional and personal goals.