You'll be surprised how easy and effective this process is when you are done reading my letter to you below.



No Proof of Funds Required

The Home Care Provider/Support Worker Route​

 I call it a do it yourself step-by-step manual on how to relocate to Canada if you have a low IELTS score, low funds, but you have the willpower, the tenacity and the sincere desire to move you and your family to Canada.

I have a few questions for you:

  • Have you tried the IELTS Exam severally and always scored low?
  • Have you tried the Express Entry or the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) but still don’t have the end in sight?
  • Are you worried about showing the Proof of Funds?
  • Have you tried getting a job in Canada to boost your CRS score but no success?
  • Is your Education Qualification inadequate to get you the required CRS score?

If you or someone you know answers yes to any of these questions, then, let me be the first to say congratulations, there’s good news!

*Endeavor to read to the end, I guarantee this will be light at the end of the tunnel for you as concerns your relocation to Canada

Let me share my story with you:

My name is Daniel Ola, my family and I immigrated to Canada on the 1st of July 2018 via the express entry program.

I was born in Nigeria and lived there for over thirty-two years, so I have some valid experience you, my fellow Nigerians can relate to.

​And No! I wasn’t born with a silver spoon neither was I born in a into a rich family, but growing into a young adult, my goal in life was to give my own family a better life than I ever had.

In 2016, I made my first visit to the United States of America – a trip I qualified for as an incentive for my hard work at my 9-5 job. It was after this trip, that I determined I was going to migrate to a better place to fulfill the promise I made as a young man which was to give my family a better life than I ever had.

You see, what I saw as commonplace for the average American citizen in the US was what we struggled for in my beloved Nigeria, like steady power, security, good roads, health care and even welfare for the aged. I’m not comparing but who doesn’t like a better life? I know you do that’s why you are reading this.

On returning to Nigeria, I began to research into various Canada immigration programs. I found some, but I barely had enough money saved up for the immigration process, not to talk of the $2000 USD (700k) for consultation alone that I was charged by an Immigration consultant back in Nigeria. 

With that in mind, I had to devote time to researching and seeking out the best option for migrating easily and affordably to Canada with my family. Yes! it was a Do-It-Yourself project.

Fast forward to 2018, my wife and I took the IELTS exam, we passed and got our confirmation of PR and made it to Canada. I must say I feel blessed because when I look back sometimes at how it happened, it all feels like a dream.

Well, we settled in fast, our kids started school, my wife and I got jobs and believe me it has been remarkable progress for us. I must be honest with you, nowhere in the world is perfect, but my friend it is far better over here.

In this letter, I want to show you how to make it possible for you and your family to move to Canada from Nigeria.

Why am I doing this? There are a number of reasons:

  • I have more to take care of my family now, I want that for you too.
  • I am also able to send money to Nigeria to start projects like purchasing landed properties and creating multiple streams of income. I want that for you too.
  • I don’t want you to spend millions just to relocate to Canada, so I want to show you a better way.

Does that sound good? I bet it does​!

Now follow me closely,

In Just over a year, I have been privileged to assist a good number of Nigerians to relocate to Canada, one of the is my sister, Simisola who arrived Vancouver a couple of weeks ago.

If I’ve helped and is still helping family and friends to immigrate to Canada I can say I have some pedigree in reaching out to want to help you too. However, what I noticed as the biggest challenge preventing many people from from a successful application is a low IELTS score.


The good news is that the government of Canada recently announced two pilot programs that can get you into Canada with a CLB score as low as 5;  that means scoring 5 in each of the language skills - writing, listening, speaking except reading which can be 4.

Unlike the other routes that are particular about work experience, this program says you can apply even if you do not have any work experience, that’s good news!!, right?

Here's the catch, the Canadian government wants you to be willing to work as either a Home Childcare Provider or a Home Support Worker for 24 months when you arrive in Canada.

HEY Chill for a minute before you say that’s not your career path! Let’s do some critical analysis together, cool?

After getting into Canada and working for two years, you qualify to apply for Permanent Residence and change your career path from the Home Childcare Provider or Home Support Worker, if you so wish.

Also, note that your salary is in the range of $3000-$3500 (CAD) per month, not bad for a start. You think that’s small?

Let’s do some quick conversion into Naira,

$3000 x 365 = 849,000 naira per month! (Eight hundred and forty-nine thousand Naira)


$3500 x 283 = 990,500 naira per month! (Nine hundred and ninety thousand, five hundred Naira)

 If that’s not good enough for you for a start, I don’t think you should actually finish reading this letter you know.

Let me remind you again: The advantages of these routes that other seemly better paths do not have are;

  • All you need is a CLB 5 in IELTS
  • A minimum of 1-year post-secondary school certificate is what is required
  • You do not need proof of funds, because unlike the other routes to Canada, you have a job on your arrival. The home care job provides a flight board for career advancement in the healthcare industry; like Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, Registered Nurse, Health Information Technician, Dietician, Pediatrician and the list goes on.

What does this guide contain & Why should you buy it? In this guide, I detailed the following;

  • How to Get a Job in Canada
  • Here, I will show you how to outline your resume for Canadian employers; with a sample resume and a sample cover letter. You will learn how to get the most from LinkedIn, present yourself in the right way and get recruiters coming for you.
  • In this Guide, I also reveal to you websites where you will find several recruiters that really need you and are willing to sponsor you to Canada.
  • Next, I also show you how to apply.

  • Get your Educational Credential Evaluated

I will also show you how to get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from an approved organization. An ECA is used to check that your completed educational credential is valid and equal to a completed Canadian education.

For e.g. you’ve got  - WES – I will put you through the entire process.

  • Earning a CLB 5 in your IELTS Exam

Here, I will outline how you can score a CLB 5 and above in IELTS. I will give you a training manual I harnessed for passing the IELTS. I will also show you how you will register for the exam from anywhere in the world.

  • Getting your Medical Report and Police Certificate.

Under this section, I will answer the question; how to get medical report

and police certificate from any country.

IRCC approves just a few physicians per country.

  • Submitting a Work Permit Application and a Permanent Residence Application.

I will detail the systematic process of applying for your work permit. What website you go to, and I will also give you sample responses to the questions presented etc. You can apply along with your spouse and/or children.

  • After you submit a Work Permit Application and a Permanent Residence Application

How do you track the status? How do you submit Biometrics, these are what I will elucidate here.

  • Preparing for life in Canada

I will explain to you what you will need to settle in Canada. How much will you need to come with (for accommodation, vehicle etc.) and lots more.

  • Applying for your Permanent Residence.

After getting 24 months of work experience as either a home childcare worker or home support worker in Canada, how do you apply for permanent residence?

My advice is - Make Hay While the Sun Shines

This program is scheduled to last for 5 years, however, when the target number is reached, it will be halted.

You can see how detailed and all-inclusive this guide is. With this guide, you do not need pay any consultant to get it done for you. Why? Usually, you will pay about $2000 – about 700,000 Naira, they may not know as much as is covered here and because they have several clients, you don’t get the kind of top-notch service you require.

You see, this report is worth about $1,000. Charging $1,000 is justified. However, my wife will not hear of that because I agree her heart to help is larger than mine so she made sure it I not going to cost you more than $100. We sincerely will like to see as many deserving people make it to Canada with less hassle.

Even though I tried to argue with her for Half of $1,000…….. which is $500 she refused. If you’re married, you’ll understand when Madam insists on an issue. LOL. To make everybody happy, I’m offering it for far less if you grab it before the 7-day promo ends.


I’m offering this report for $60USD or 25,000 naira. After 7 days, it will increase by $10 or 3600 Naira every day.

Now, because I’m certain that this blueprint works, I’m offering you a 30-day money-back guarantee.

If you buy this report and you are not satisfied, you tried all in it and you are not successful. I will refund you 100% of the money you paid.

​Best wishes. See you in Canada!

Daniel Ola.



​As good as the above information is, I will give a no-brainer bonus: For action takers only, I will cover the Visa application fee for the first three primary applicants who get a Job in Canada following the steps I have outlined in the Ultimate Guide Book.

How else can someone motivate you to succeed than I have?

In Summary Again, You Will Learn


You will learn where to find recruiters that are in need of you and willing to sponsor you to Canada. How to outline your resume in Canadian format, and much more.


You will learn how to pass IELTS, you will receive a comprehensive study pack. You will also learn how to register for IELTS, how to get your medical and police certificate.


You will learn where and how to apply for work permit and PR Visa, how much each process cost and what you will need before arriving Canada.


The EBook Report is mind blowing and with this new development in moving to Canada through the home care industry, It would make it easier for me to hasten my movement to Canada. I'm so glad that even with my diploma in Healthcare from Uniben I'm ready to go even though I have a B.Sc in Fishries it has proved not to be a limitation. Thank you Mr. Daniel!

Amaka- Abuja

The Report on the route to moving to Canada is something that no one actually talks about and its simply an alternate route for anyone interested in the home care and home owner industry to relocate to Canada easily. This is hands down the best way to relocate to Canada if the odds of age, education and proof of funds are against you. Thanks Daniel for this.

Johnson- Lagos

I loved how you use the linkedin platform to search for available jobs i can send my application to. Thanks for the reference on how to also create a Canadian CV that i can apply. I already applied to about 20 organizations using your report and got 4 scheduling me for an interview on Skype!

wilson- Anambra


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