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Immigrating to a country sounds scary.
You are going to a country that you may not know their culture, or the language that is spoken.
The unknowns are countless.
Even more, the paperwork that is required for the immigration or even visiting Canada is complicated and confusing.


That’s where we come in.
We can help you make Canada the place you can call home.
The place you can study in.
The place you can work and make a living.
The place you can make a new start.
Canada is a home to 35 million people, with more coming in every year!

“Why Canada?” you may ask.
• Canada is a multi-cultural, open, and free society. Canada is where people of different culture are treated equally and without discrimination (our constitution, The Charter of Rights and Freedom, says so!).
Here, you will find diverse cultural holidays and festivals celebrated together.

• Canada ranks as one of the world’s best voted place to live.
You will be able to find everything you want, from the busy urban metropolis, the vast openness of the Prairies, the magnificence of nature of the Rockies, to beautiful view of the East Coast (and their fresh catch-of-the-day!)

• Canada has low criminal average than other countries.
You can be assured that Canada is a safe country, with kind people to help you, too.

• Free medical care that is available to all residents in Canada.
A walk-in checks with your doctor? Free. An emergency surgery? Free.

If you have been looking around to find the ways to get to come to Canada, or you have been wondering where to start with this process, you have found your answer.



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TEMPORARY RESIDENCE

Visit Canada


Canada is a popular tourist destination, whether you are into diverse multicultural cities, enriching your business or work potentials, or immersing yourself into the power of Canadian nature.
Many people come to Canada to enjoy their vacation or to visit their family member(s) or friends.

Depending on your country of origin, some visitors require a visitor visa, such as Tourist Visa or Parent/Grandparent Super Visa, and some others require an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).

It’s important to know what you are visiting for (business trip, visiting family and friends, or staying for a long time) and submit appropriate applications and documents.


Talk to us for more information and detail!

Study in Canada

o Student visa
o Post-grad student work permit
o Spousal study/work permit
o Canadian experience class


Canadian education is enriched with multicultural and multinational diversity that students from all around the world brings to the classrooms.
The Canadian government sees the students as strong potential permanent residents.
As you study in Canadian education system, you also learn about, well, Canada!
You will have opportunities to work and apply for Permanent Residence.

There are multiple ways to start your journey to become Canadian through the Canadian academic systems:
Student visa, Post-Grad Student Work Permit, Spousal Study/Work Permit, and Canadian Experience Class.

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Working in Canada

There are many ways for you to temporarily come to Canada to work.
It’s important to understand and make sure that the nature of your work, your skillsets, and the demands in your work determine how you can progress with the Work Permit program.

Some types of work in Canada do not even require that a person obtain a work permit, such as foreign students with study permit – they may work part-time without a work permit.

There are certain categories of workers that may not need work permits; for example, citizens of U.S.A. and Mexico may apply for work permits under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) if they are professionals, business visitors, intra-company transferees, traders, or investors.


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Permanent Residence

A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada, but is not a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents are citizens of other countries.
Permanent residents (PRs) of Canada must carry and present their valid PR card or permanent resident travel document (PRTD) when boarding a flight to Canada, or travelling to Canada on any other commercial carrier. If you do not carry your PR card or PRTD, you may not be able to board your flight, train, bus or boat to Canada.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your PR card is still valid when you return from travel outside Canada, and to apply for a new PR card when your current card expires. If your PR card expires, it does not mean you have lost permanent resident status.

What permanent residents can do

As a permanent resident, you have the right to:
get most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage,
live, work or study anywhere in Canada,
apply for Canadian citizenship,
protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
You must pay taxes and respect all Canadian laws at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.

What permanent residents cannot do

You are not allowed to:
vote or run for political office,
hold some jobs that need a high-level security clearance.

Express entry

Immigrate as a skilled worker through Express Entry
Canadian Immigration System choose skilled immigrants as permanent residents based on their ability to settle in Canada and take part in our economy. The system to manage how people with skilled work experience apply to immigrate to Canada is called Express Entry.

You can now get additional points for at least one sibling (brother or sister) living in Canada who is a citizen or permanent resident
You can now get additional points for strong French language skills
It is now optional to create a Job Match account with Job Bank

Creating your Express Entry profile
You need to prove:
Skills
Education
Language ability
Work experience and
Other details

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Federal Skilled worker

Canada is always looking for skills – they help make Canada great. The Skilled Worker program available in both federal and provincial levels invites those with skills and knowledge to boost the Canadian labour force and economy. The Skilled Worker program might be an option for you. Talk to us to find out how these programs can get you into Canada.

Skilled work experience
Your work experience must be:
in the same type of job as your primary NOC within the last 10 years paid work
at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2011 National Occupational Classification (NOC)
You must show that you did the duties set out in the occupational description in the NOC. This includes most of the main duties listed.
If you can’t show that your work experience meets the description in the NOC, you aren’t eligible under this program.

Selection factors If you meet all the conditions set out in the minimum requirements, we’ll assess your application based on these selection factors:
age
education
work experience
whether you have a valid job offer
English and/or French language skills
adaptability

Federal Skilled Trades Program

The Federal Skilled Trades Program is for people who want to become permanent residents based on being qualified in a skilled trade.
Minimum requirements
To be eligible, you must:
plan to live outside the province of Quebec (Note: The province of Quebec selects its own skilled workers. If you plan on living in Quebec, see Quebec-selected skilled workers for more information),
meet the required levels in English or French for each language ability (speaking, reading, writing and listening),
have at least two years of full-time work experience
meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as set out in the National Occupational Classification (NOC), except for needing a certificate of qualification, and
have an offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least one year

Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

You must complete an Express Entry profile as the first step to immigrate to Canada permanently as a skilled worker under the Canadian Experience Class.
To qualify for the CEC through Express Entry, you must have:
at least 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada, in the last three years (before you apply).
The work was:
full-time OR an equal amount in part-time
gained your work experience in Canada with the proper authorization
meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability
writing
reading
listening
speaking
planned to live outside the province of Quebec
Self-employment and work experience gained while you were a full-time student (such as on a co-op work term) doesn’t count under this program.

Start-up Visa

Canada's Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada that:
are innovative
can create jobs for Canadians
can compete on a global scale
There are many reasons why Canada is the best place to build your business. Canada's advantages include:
a strong economy
low taxes
low business costs
excellence in research and innovation
a high quality of life

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Family Sponsorship
Spouse, Parents and Grand Parents



Family – What else is more important?
Family unification is as important to Government of Canada as much as you feel about it. There are programs that are designed for many relative types to make the unification easier, such as:
Spouse/partner sponsorship,
Dependent children sponsorship,
Parents/Grandparents sponsorships and Super Visa



Spouse/Partner Sponsorship:
There are three (3) types of relationship defined for partner in partner sponsorship.
Spouse, Common-law Partner, and Conjugal Partner.

Spouse:
Someone who you are legally married to in either Canada or in another country and are compliant with the law of the country where the marriage took place. Under Canadian law, this can also extend to a same-sex spouse.
Common Law Partner:
This type of relationship can either be a member of the opposite sex or of the same sex. It is important to show that you and your partner have been living in a conjugal relationship for at least one year (12 months) continuously.
Conjugal Partner:
This type can refer to a member of the same sex or of the opposite sex who are in exceptional circumstances beyond their control that do not allow them to qualify as a common law partner or a spouse by living together. This is a relationship that is more than physical and it is characterized by a level of permanence and commitment where the two individuals rely on each other.

The program has a set of requirements in which all must be satisfied for spousal/partner sponsorship to be approved:
Be a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident of Canada and at least 18 years of age;
Be willing to sign an agreement with the government that as a sponsor they are financially responsible for the sponsored and any dependents for a period of 3 years after entering as a PR and upwards of 10 years for the dependents Be able to show a legal marriage in either Canada or under the laws of the jurisdiction that it was carried out in;
In the case of a Conjugal or Common Law Partner, evidence must be shown of a dependent relationship for a minimum of 1 year;

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Dependent Child Sponsorship
Government of Canada puts importance to having family united. Permanent residents and citizens of Canada is allowed to sponsor their dependent children; the children of their spouse/partner; or children that are adopted, as long as they meet the requirements as laid out by the government and are proven to still be dependent on the parental sponsor. It is important to satisfy all the requirements.
Be a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident of Canada;
Be willing to sign an agreement with the government that they are willing to undertake the Sponsorship for 10 years or until the dependent child becomes 22 years old;
If the child is 19 years old or older at the time of PR, then the sponsor is only responsible for a period of 3 years after entering the country
Meet the minimum financial obligations required by the government of Canada.

Parent/Grandparent Sponsorship and Super VISA
Government of Canada puts importance to having family united. Permanent residents and citizens of Canada is allowed to sponsor their parents or grandparents as long as they can prove their relationship and meet the requirements as laid out by the government. It is important to satisfy all the requirements.
Be a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident of Canada;
Be willing to sign an agreement with the government that they are will to undertake the Sponsorship for 20 years and be responsible for all of the financial concerns of the sponsored;
Meet the minimum financial obligations required by the government of Canada.

Super VISA:
Parent/Grandparent Sponsorship program reaches its capacity very quickly and the number of spots fluctuates.
The program opens at the beginning of each year and you should plan ahead should you wish to take part. However, as an alternative, the government of Canada has extended a Super Visa, so families can travel freely and be with their children. Citizens and permanent residents of Canada can act as guarantors for their parents or grandparents to visit and stay in Canada for long durations.
The visa is a 10-year visa and will allow people to come and stay upwards of 2 years at a time.

The following requirements must be satisfied:
Have a letter of invitation from their relative who is either a Canadian Citizen or PR of Canada;
Show suitable financial capability to be able to support the invited guest(s) while in Canada.
Show their ties to their home country and have valid travel documentation;
Be able to show that they have the requisite Canadian Private Medical Coverage; and
Prove that they are criminally and medically admissible to Canada

Talk to us about many of these programs set out in place and see how you can sponsor your relative(s) to come to Canada.

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Temporary Residence

Work Permit

Temporary Foreign Workers Program
requirements of Temporary Foreign Workers Program are:
Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) - if applicable,
Temporary resident visa or eTA - if applicable,
Job offer / contract
Proof of financial support
police certificate and medical examination might be required

There are certain exceptions to foreign nationals to LMIA or work permit based on their qualifications or occupations.
LMIA Exemptions
workers under international agreements
spouses of NOC 0, A, B foreign workers with permit of 6+ months
Workers, their spouses, and their dependents eligible for work permit under a pilot project
workers nominated by a province for PR with job offer
Entrepreneurs and workers transferred within a company
Academics
Co-op students
People in exchange programs, including International Experience Canada (IEC)
Spouses of full-time (non ESL/FSL/General courses) foreign students (spouse must not be enrolled in full-time studies)
Refugee claimants from non DCO
Religious workers

Work Permit Exemptions
Academic examiners and evaluators Athletes and coaches competing in Canada Aviation accident or incident investigators Civil aviation inspectors Clergy Convention organizers Crew members Emergency service providers Expert witnesses or investigators Family members of foreign representatives (DFATD approved) Foreign government officers (formal letter required for 3+ months) Health care students (-4 months internship and written approval) Judges, referees, and similar officials for international amateur competitions Military personnel NAFTA business visitors News reporters, film, and medial crews for foreign news company Public speakers (for up to 5 days) Students working on/off campus Performing artists and key support staff (limited time and not making a movie, television or radio broadcast)

Business People Under NAFTA
The individuals that under NAFTA include Business visitors, Professionals, Intra-company transferees, and Traders and Investors. Although these groups of people do not require LMIA, only Business visitor is not required to have the work permit.

Caregiver Program
Previously ran under one name “Live-in Caregiver Program”, it is now split into two distinct streams of Caring for Children Class and Caring for People With High Medical Needs Class. The Live-In Caregiver Program is being phased out but live-in caregiver already residing in Canada may still apply.
Live-in caregiver is prescribed as a class of foreign nationals who may become permanent residents* on the basis of the requirements of this division.
Caregivers can apply for permanent residence in Canada after working for two years during their first four years after entry into Canada.

You must have cared for children under the age of 18 , whether in your own home or in your employer’s home
You do not need to have lived in your employer’s home to qualify
Language proficiency in English or French
Equivalency of Canadian post-secondary education

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Provincial Nominee (PNP)
Business Immigration

Provincial Nomination Program (PNP)
Provinces and territories in Canada are, well, very big. They have their unique markets in Canadian economy and demand for appropriate skills that can help the province.
They can also be a way for you to become a permanent resident of Canada.
Do you have a specific background and skillset that satisfies the demand of a province or territory?
Talk to us to see if Provincial Nomination Program is right for you.

Most provinces and territories in Canada can nominate immigrants through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These immigrants must have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of that province or territory, and must want to live there.
Each province and territoryFootnote * has its own “streams” (immigration programs that target certain groups) and criteria for their PNP. For example, in a program stream, provinces and territories may target students, business people, skilled workers or semi-skilled workers.
Since January 1, 2015, many provinces and territories have launched new Express Entry streams. Check their websites to learn more about which streams they offer.

If you are nominated under a non-Express Entry stream:
you will have to apply through the paper-based process, and
if the province or territory finds you eligible and nominates you, you will send an application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
If you are nominated under a province or territory’s Express Entry stream,
you must:
meet their requirements, and
meet the minimum criteria for Express Entry
this includes meeting the requirements of at least one of the immigration programs it covers.

Business immigration
Self-Employed Persons
Start-up visa
Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

Self-Employed Persons
To qualify as a self-employed person, you must have two years of relevant experience and show that you intend to become self-employed in Canada.
You must also score at least 35 points on a selection grid designed to determine whether you will be able to make an economic contribution to Canada.

Start-up visa
Your application to come to Canada through the Start-up Visa program will be assessed on a pass/fail basis. Four requirements must be met.
You must :
have a Letter of Support from a designated angel investor group, venture capital fund or business incubator meet the ownership requirements for a qualifying business
get scores of at least Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 in all four categories for either English or French, and have an adequate amount of money to settle and provide for the cost of living prior to earning an income.
If these requirements are met, your application will be reviewed based on IRCC's standard admissibility criteria, including health, criminality and security.
Canadian immigration office may request an independent peer review to ensure that due diligence was performed by the designated organization that issued your Letter of Support.

Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program
To qualify as an immigrant investor,
you must:
be able to make a CDN $2 million at-risk (non-guaranteed) investment for approximately 15 years;
have a legally obtained net worth of at least CDN $10 million acquired through lawful business or investment activities;
meet or exceed Canadian Language Benchmark 5 in English or Niveau de compétence linguistique canadien 5 in French for all four language abilities (speaking, listening, reading, and writing); and
have completed a Canadian post-secondary degree, diploma or certificate of at least one year, or the foreign equivalent as validated by an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA).
You must also meet basic admissibility requirements relating to health and security.

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Citizenship and Reject Case Appeal

Citizenship
Citizenship requirements for physical presence, language and knowledge changed on October 11. You can apply for citizenship under the new rules using updated forms.

To be eligible to become a Canadian citizen, you must meet all conditions, including:
Permanent Resident status
Time you have lived in Canada
Income tax filing
Language skills
How well you know Canada
Prohibitions

Time you have lived in Canada
Regardless of your age, you must have been physically present in Canada
for at least:
1095 days during the five years right before the date you sign your application
You may be able to use some of your time spent in Canada as a temporary resident or protected person towards your physical presence calculation. Each day spent physically in Canada as a temporary resident or protected person before becoming a permanent resident within the last 5 years will count as one half day, with a maximum of 365 days, towards your physical presence.

Reject Case Appeal
You can appeals against any rejected result form Canadian immigration office.

Inadmissibility
Medical refusals and inadmissibility
An applicant may be refused on health grounds – if their condition:
is likely to be a danger to public health or public safety, or
might reasonably be expected to cause excessive demand on health or social services

Criminally inadmissible
This term describes people who are not allowed to enter or stay in Canada because they have committed or been convicted of a crime. That crime may have occurred in or outside Canada.

You can apply for rehabilitation if:
you committed a crime outside Canada (for which you were not charged) over five years ago; or
you were convicted of a crime outside Canada and your sentence ended at least five years ago.

Removal order
A removal order is issued when someone is convicted of breaching the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act in Canada. If you have committed a crime or are in Canada fraudulently, you could be issued a removal order. The Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for carrying out removal orders.

Deportation order
If you are in the United States illegally, or have done something to violate the terms of your visa, green card, or other lawful status, you'll probably be placed into removal (deportation) proceedings in U.S. Immigration Court, also called the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR).

Departure Order
You must leave Canada within 30 days after the order takes effect.
You must also confirm your departure with the CBSA at your port of exit. If you leave Canada and follow these procedures, you may return to Canada in the future provided you meet the entry requirements at that time.
If you leave Canada after 30 days or do not confirm your departure with the CBSA, your Departure Order will automatically become a Deportation Order. In order to return to Canada in the future, you must obtain an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC).

Exclusion order
An exclusion order is a court order that suspends the right of a married person, civil partner or cohabitee to live in the family home.


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