Spouse Open Work Permit
A very popular program if you are in Canada on a Study Permit or a Work Permit which lets you invite your spouse to join you on an Open Work permit. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case.
LMIA for Work Permits
If you are planning to get a Work Permit in Canada, or wish to extend your PGWP, a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is required from the Ministry of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). We support both the employer and the prospective employee to file for LMIA. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case.
Interested in coming to Canada to study in one of the many Undergraduate, Graduate, Masters or other Technical or Professional study programs? We will support you through the entire process from start to finish. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment
Visitor Visa (TRV)
If you wish to travel to Canada for tourism or leisure, or to meet your near and dear ones, a Visitor Visa (or better known as a Temporary Resident Visa – TRV) is the right choice for you. TRV is also required if you are in Canada on a Work/Study Permit and wish to travel outside Canada.
IRCC has a special program for parents/grandparents of Permanent Residents and Citizens, who wish to visit Canada and stay with their loved ones for longer periods of time (up to two years at a stretch). Known as the Super Visa, it’s a great choice for family reunification for many Canadians.
Just married, or a “Common-Law” couple? And wish your spouse to join you as a Permanent Resident – then this is the program for you. Whether your spouse/partner is in Canada or outside, we help guide through the entire application process. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case
IRCC revises and opens the Parents Sponsorship program from time to time. We are always at the forefront of the latest updates. Contact us to stay current on the application process.
If you are planning to immigrate to Canada as an Investor, or to start a business, or as a self-employed person, the entire process could be tedious and cumbersome. We will guide you on every step along the way. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case
Rejections and refusals are disappointing. However, in many cases, an appeal with the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) may change the course of your case. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)
If you are a student, a skilled or semi-skilled worker, or a business person, and wish to settle down as a Permanent Resident in a specific Province or Territory, the PNP may be the right option for you. Be mindful that a Provincial Nomination adds 600 points to your profile in the Express Entry CRS scores providing you with a huge advantage over other applicants. Contact us today, we may have employers with immediate openings available.
An online application intake system that determines your eligibility under one of the three Federal programs: Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Federal Skilled Trades (FST), and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Contact us for a free Initial Assessment.
Apply for GCMS/FOSS Notes
We call it the X-Ray report of your past applications. In order to understand the specific notes on your previously (refused) applications and then provide you with the right guidance moving forward, GCMS/Foss notes come in handy. We will apply for these notes and then tailor-make our case accordingly
Every year tens of thousands of foreigners choose Canada as their future home. Whether you are in Canada on a Temporary Status, or outside Canada, and would wish to apply for Permanent Residency, we can guide you through the entire process. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case
Becoming a Canadian citizen is a unique opportunity. If you are a Permanent resident and wish to apply for Canadian Citizenship, we can professionally guide you through the application process. Meet with us to understand the requirements.
On several occasions, you may need to extend your temporary stay in Canada – whether you are visiting, studying or working. If you are a Permanent Resident, you need to have a valid PR Card before you can leave and re-enter Canada. We can help with this need. Contact us for a free Initial Assessment of your case.