Immigration

Support services for immigration to Canada

Immigration

Visit

  • To visit Canada, you must be granted a visitor visa. An immigration officer will consider a number of different factors to demonstrate whether the applicant is a genuine visitor. If the applicant comes from a visa exempt country, then the assessment of the intention to visit Canada will be made at the Canadian border.
  • If the applicant needs a temporary resident visa (TRV) to enter Canada, then an application must first be submitted at a Canadian office outside of Canada for issuance of the visa.

 Study

  • Studying in Canada can be a wonderful experience for any student, as Canada is one of the most desirable countries to pursue studies in for numerous reasons, such as the high quality of education, reasonable costs of studying, an opportunity to work while at school, safety and the reasonable cost of living.
  • In order to apply for a Canadian Study Permit, the student is required to present an acceptance letter from a recognized Canadian school, college or university. We can assist you to apply for a study permit and guide you to options open that are open to you either for work or immigration.

Work

  • In case you intend to work in Canada you are required to obtain a work permit. We offer to assist you to file you application for work permit or renewing you current work permit. We also assist businesses in obtaining government authorization to hire temporary foreign workers (known as Labor Market Impact Assessments, or LMIAs)

Business/immigration

  • Businesspeople wishing to permanently establish themselves in Canada have different options and choices to make. We can guide and assist you through this multi-step path. We can assist you with Quebec Investors program, provincial nomination for entrepreneurs and temporary work permit for businesspeople
  • We can assist and offer you strategic and skillful immigration law services including Labor Market Impact Assessments, Business Visitor Visas, NAFTA transfers, Intra-Company Transfers, Provincial nomination, Temporary and Permanent residency for Foreign Workers

Move permanently

  • Express Entry
    • Candidates wishing to obtain permanent residency by means of the Federal Skilled Worker Program must satisfy the criteria in order to be admitted into the Express Entry System’s pool of candidates. We can help you to create a successful profile and represent you throughout the process
  • Skilled worker- provincial nomination
    • Canadian provinces offer nominations for workers who have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to their economy and want to live that province as a permanent resident.

Sponsoring

  • Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Canada can apply to sponsor their spouses, dependent children, parents/grandparents, and in limited circumstances, other family members. We can represent you to file your application and make sure that you reply to the different requirements.

Refugee

Canada offers refugee protection to some people in Canada who fear persecution or who would be in danger if they had to leave. Some dangers they may face include

  • torture
  • risk to their life
  • risk of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment

If you feel you could face one of these risks if you go back to your home country or the country where you normally live, you may be able to seek protection in Canada as a refugee.

We offer services to assist you file your refugee claim and represent you and your family.

Appeal and Judicial review

  • We can help you review or appeal decisions refusing refugee claims, visitor visas, study permits, permanent residence and citizenship applications.  We represent clients in appeals or applications to the Refugee Appeal Division and the Immigration Appeal Division and judicial review to the Federal Court of Canada.

The information provided on this webpage is not intended to be legal advice. Many factors like rules change or personal information unknown to us may affect the applicability of any statement or comment that we make on our webpage to your particular circumstances. Please book a consultation if you want a legal advice that can apply to your personal situation.

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