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Immigrate To Canada

We offer a vast number of services in which you will be properly guided by Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) with ample experience in Canadian Immigration Law.

Click on your area of interest to find out more information

  • Study in Canada
  • Co-Ops
  • Work In Canada
  • Visit Canada
  • Sponsor your Family
  • Renew your Permanent Resident Card
  • Apply for Canadian Citizenship

Canada, one of the safest countries on earth, a very sociopolitically stable country, with some of its cities often included in international rankings as the most livable cities around the world. Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto are among them. Furthermore, Canadian society has been deeply formed by immigrants, Indigenous people, and those of European heritage, which makes the country fairly open to immigration.

Canada needs new immigrants to keep its growth path. Canada is a country built up by immigrants, and is a country where people from different backgrounds coexist with each other, and where a qualified labor force has made it prosperous and stable. During the last years certain changes in immigration matters have been announced, changes which make the process more flexible and amicable to potential immigrants.

“The average age of the population is moving up as life expectancy increases, birth rates decline and the baby boomer generation ages. By 2040, 25 percent of the population will be at least 65 years old, up from 17 percent today, according to Conference Board of Canada projections.” (Financial Post, 2019) Link to the website:

As Canada’s population ages, and the birth rate drops, there is an increasing need for a younger labour force that will contribute to the nation for a long period of time in order to maintain the productivity levels Canada has today.

For those who wish to become Canadian permanent residents and to develop their careers and lives in the country, there are several pathways you may choose:

  • Express Entry
    • Federal Skilled Worker
    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Trades
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Start-up visa

Studying in Canada can often be the first stage on the road toward obtaining permanent residence. International students have an important role in Canada's plans for population and economic growth.

If studying is your choice for coming to Canada, it is paramount to start that journey well-informed.

When a student needs to work as part of the academic program, in a co-op internship placement, it is necessary to hold a valid work permit. The student has to apply for the aforementioned permit, by proving that the work experience he/she/they will obtain is essential to complete the academic program.

Canada has become globally known as one of the top destinations for international workers. Foreign workers represent a big portion of Canada's labour market and the good employment conditions, as well as the rights of the workforce in the country have made it an ideal place to develop international careers.

There are several ways to be legally entitled to work in Canada, and we cover them all:

  • Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).
  • Provincial Nominee Program.
  • Work as an international student.
  • Work as a youth.
  • Self-employed.
  • Being the spouse or partner of a Work Permit holder (check eligibility)

Check with us if you qualify for one of these permits.

If you are interested in visiting Canada we provide assistance to clients seeking a Temporary Resident Visa to visit Canada for personal or business reasons. If you are already in Canada as a visitor and wish to extend your status, we can also assist you with the proper extension.

We understand family is important and if you wish to bring them to the country, there may be a way to do it.

You and your family may qualify for the following programs:

  • Sponsor your spouse, partner or dependent children.
  • Sponsor your parents and grandparents.
  • Sponsor your relatives.
  • Sponsor your adopted child.

It is essential for permanent residents to maintain their PR card’s validity in order to travel outside of the country and return. Permanent residents must have a valid permanent resident card to travel out or into Canada by air, land or sea.

Being a Canadian Citizen is the ultimate goal on an immigrant's journey. It is the last step to becoming part of the country and its society.

We will be happy to check your eligibility and to submit your application.