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Skilled Worker

Canada is a country with a thriving economy that continuously needs new professionals with a high level of skill.

Business Investor Visa

If you own a profitable business, you may qualify for the Canadian Immigration Business investor program.

Family Visa

The Family Visa programs that Canada has offers a range of specific programs and different requirements for Canadian citizens and permanent Canadian residents to sponsor family members to live in Canada.

Citizenship / PR Renewal

Applying for a Canadian citizenship would be the best choice you will ever make.

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)

The LMIA program allows Canadian employers to hire foreign nationals, which can cause an increase in the applicants Express Entry points, depending on the position.

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

The Provincial Nominee Program is a significant fast-track opportunity to get a Canadian permanent residence.

Tourist Visa

A Tourist Visa visitor is now referred to as a Temporary Resident Visa by Immigration Canada, and it can be an extremely difficult process.

Student Visa

A Canadian education is a valuable asset to have for your future. Studying in Canada can be your first step towards attaining Canadian permanent resident status.

Live-in Caregiver

The Foreign nationals that are coming to Canada under this caregiver program are trained to provide care for the elderly, children and disabled people in private houses.

Temporary Work Visa

Citizens of countries who are between 18 and 35 years old may be eligible for IEC work permits.


Misrepresentation happens when inaccurate or incomplete information is provided to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.


Having stopped at the Port of Entry (POE) and not being granted access due to a criminal record can be an overwhelming concern for someone who wishes to come to Canada.


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