Immigration & Temporary Resident Programs

Every year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of new residents. Coming to Canada as an immigrant is as exciting an opportunity as it is a great challenge. If you are interested in immigrating to Canada, you have a number of options when applying for permanent residence status. Read about these programs and decide which class suits you and your family best. Alternatively, we can advise the best options based on a detailed assessment of your situation.

There are a slew of available options Canada offers within the permanent resident category to fulfill your dreams of immigrating to Canada. Each category is characterized by varying sets of eligibility and selection factors.

The following table provides a broad snapshot – and by no means exhaustive – of the various categories of Immigration open to applicants for Permanent Residence as well as to those who merely wish to come to Canada on a temporary basis. However, many of the listed temporary residence categories have the potential to lead to permanent residence.

Permanent Residence In Canada

(Under the Federal as well as Provincial Nominee Programs)

Temporary Residence In Canada

(Several of these may lead to Permanent Residence)

Immigrating to Canada is one of the most important decisions you will ever take as it brings about a huge transformation in your lives. An incomplete application, or one without sufficient detail, is usually a waste of time and money and very likely a key cause for rejection even though you may otherwise be eligible. Although you can certainly do it on your own, investing in a professional service such as ours allows for the guarantee that nothing is overlooked or under-emphasized and that you receive the best representation of your case. The burden shifts on to us while you rid yourselves of the guesswork that can be quite overwhelming. Right documentation the first time can clip months and stress off the immigration process.

While it is true that filing the paperwork towards the immigration process can be a fairly simple and transparent process for some, it is not so for all. Given the experience, we can tell you the success ratio depends largely on the way the Application is presented to the Canadian authorities, especially if yours is a case that only just clears the minimum point’s threshold (i.e. a borderline case). The importance of getting it right the first time cannot be over-emphasized. What seems like a simple error could put the success of your application to significant risk.

Recalling our goal, we want you to be assured of the highest probability of success in the least possible time, which calls for diligence in reviewing and vetting each aspect of your situation and plugging the holes right away.

A Snapshot Of Our Services:

  • After fully understanding your and, if applicable, your dependants’ situation during the first couple of interactions, we work with you to itemize and structure all relevant details. Jointly, we will then complete and review your application to make sure there are no time gaps in your work, study or residence history. Keep in mind mistakes could cause your application to be returned, delayed or worse, rejected.
  • Reviewing and making sure that all necessary supporting documents are appended to the application.
  • Preparing a comprehensive Submission Report on your behalf, in which we will highlight your strengths and explain the weaknesses in the correct light, customized to proactively address the very questions the Immigration/Visa Officer is likely to ask. This is one of the most significant aspects of the value we add for our clients. A complete, clear to an interview waiver. Done right, the processing time of your application can be considerably shorter.
  • Developing a Client Assessment Report, which will give you the detailed understanding of the number of points awarded to you for each selection criterion and what you could practicably do to enhance your score in order to further strengthen your success probability.
  • Advising the best Canadian Embassy/Visa Post to apply from based on many variables, while keeping in mind the country where you are currently living, whether or not it is the country of your nationality.
  • Providing a description of your specific occupational classification according to the National Occupational Classification listing, including the main job description and duties you should meet in order to be considered eligible under that classification.
  • Guiding you on the elements Letters of Reference from current or previous employers should consist of; and, similar advice on Letters of Offers of Assistance from relatives, friends or organizations.
  • Resume preparation, consistent with Canadian structure and format.
  • Informing you about the licensing requirements specific to your occupation, in order to obtain the ability to pursue such an occupation once you arrive in Canada.
  • Assisting with interview preparation. Keep in mind that the purpose of the immigration interview is to confirm and validate the visa officer’s findings. It therefore is the most critical step in the application processing process. The officer’s goal would be to measure your capacity to successfully establish in Canada. Our contribution here would be to provide you with the tools to convince the officer with your forthrightness, attitude and motivation to succeed.
  • Supporting and guiding you through the medical examination, and collection of your police reports.
  • Providing you free personalized immigration consultation throughout the immigration process should doubts or concerns arise, or to provide any other service you may need. We will also represent you in any correspondence to/from the Canadian Embassy via fax, e-mails, status requests etc.

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