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Every year, hundreds of thousands of people immigrate to Canada. Moving to a new country is both an exciting and daunting task with many unforeseen variables. Canada is one of the most sought after countries to live in, boasting a strong economy, a safe environment, high standard of living, universal healthcare and one of the highest regarded education systems.
There are fundamentally two types of Immigration categories to Canada’s immigration system.
For parents and grandparents who wish to visit Canada
Visit Canada with a business need
Employer authorization to hire a foreign worker
You need authorization to work in Canada
US or Mexican Citizens can fast track work in Canada
For foreign companies wishing to transfer skills to Canadian branches
Would you like to work in Canada as a caregiver?
Want to take advantage of Canada’s education system?
Have you been removed from or considered inadmissible to Canada?
Have an travel need and face an inadmissibility issue?
There are many ways to sponsor a loved one for Canadian Permanent Resident
You can sponsor your spouse from outside or inside of Canada
If you have been cohabitating with your partner for at least twelve months
If you and your loved one are separated for reasons beyond your control
You can sponsor your parents and grandparents for Canadian Permanent Residence
If you are a skilled worker that can meet Canada’s labour market demands, there could be many options available to you.
For skilled workers who qualify based on a list of eligible occupations
For Skilled Tradespeople with an offer of employment who qualify in an eligible Trade
Do you have a permanent, full time job offer in an eligible occupation?
For investors and Entrepreneurs
Have you worked in skilled profession in Canada for at least one year?
For those who do not qualify under the mainstream categories
Want to live in a specific province or territory in Canada?
Need to renew your Permanent Resident Card? Don’t meet the residency requirements? We can help!
Committed an offense at least five years ago?
Have you been removed from or asked to leave Canada?