Posts for Immigration

Investor Programs

With a booming economy, fairly stable market and world-class infrastructure, Canadian markets are extremely favourable for starting a business and making investments.

Federal Express Programs

In 2015, Canada launched a new immigration screening system known as Express Entry. The goal of the program is to select highly skilled immigrants more quickly and better through what is known as a pool.

Provincial Nominee Programs

Under Canada's Constitution, the federal government and each province and territory share the authority to manage the country's immigration system.

Family and Spouse Sponsorship Program

Canada’s immigration policy makers have long upheld the goal of helping family members reunite with each other in Canada, which is why Canadian citizens and permanent residents have the right to sponsor their spouse (or common law partner) for immigration through spousal sponsorship.

Study Permit

Education in Canada not only allows you to gain new knowledge and practical skills, improve your English to a fluent level, get to know the country and find new friends and future colleagues but also to build a future pathway to immigration or permanent resident status in Canada.

Visitor Visa Extensions

Visitor visas, whether single entry or multiple entry, allow foreign nationals to legally live in Canada for up to six months at a time.

Family Visas

YOU HAVE A WORK PERMIT AND YOU WISH TO BRING MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY WITH YOU? We can help you with Open work permit for your spouse, study permit for your children older than 6 years old or visitor visa for children younger than 6 years old.

Work Permit Applications

Work Permit is an official document that allows a foreign worker to work temporarily in Canada. It is issued by the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and is required for most foreign workers who do not have Canadian citizenship or permanent residency to work legally in the country.

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a Canadian government evaluation determining the potential impact of hiring foreign workers on the domestic labour market's employment opportunities.