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The team of legal professionals at Akrami & Associates can help you with your Live-in Caregiver Application!

We will begin by discussing your matter at length in a consultation. We can accommodate your needs by providing a face-to-face consultation or a telephone conversation – whichever is convenient for you. During these consultations we will discuss your options, address your concerns, outline the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and answer any of your questions.

As we will be discussing a Live-in Caregiver Application, we will be asking questions like?

  • What is your most recent work experience?
  • What type of education or training do you have?
  • How old are you?
  • Do you have an offer of employment?
  • What province is your Canadian employer from?

We ask these type of questions to determine the uniqueness of your case and to determine what is the best way to proceed.

Once you have determined the best way to proceed, based on our consultation, and you have retained us, we will send you a list of documentation that will allow us to begin preparing your application. Our list of documentation is specifically tailored to your case and is geared towards gathering the appropriate documents in order to present the strongest application possible.

We will also draft the required Forms, which you will then review. Additionally, we will include a submissions letter that explains your case to immigration officer by citing legal references and making legal arguments. This submissions letter will assist the immigration officer by giving providing him/her with a strong argument as to why your application should be approved.

Once we submit the application, we continue to support you. We will keep track of the status of your application and follow-up regularly with the visa processing centre on your behalf. We will also act on your behalf with respect to any additional information the immigration officer may need.