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As a Canadian Immigration firm, we are on a mission to prove that immigrating to Canada does not have to cause unimaginable stress. With 60+ different ways to get to Canada, we’ll help you find what’s right for you while providing support with visa rejections should they occur.
We are well-versed in the complex landscape that is legal immigration and professional immigration consulting. Our goal is to show you how to immigrate to Canada as quickly, easily, and safely as possible, while educating you on the intricacies of immigration policies from all over the world.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There isn’t just one way to immigrate to Canada. There are several immigration programs available that could lead to permanent residence, and these include:
- Business Immigration
- Express Entry (EE) and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
- Family Class
- Study Permits
- Work Permits
- Temporary Resident Visa
- Refugee Protection Claims
- Federal Court and Immigrate Appeals
Yes. To avoid visa rejections, you will need to be able to prove your English (or French) proficiency through a language test (for virtually all immigration programs).
Express entry usually favours younger applicants, but age as a factor may be overcome if necessary. You can earn points for other factors based on your:
- Language Skills
- Foreign Work Experience
- Spouse’s Work Experience, Skills, and Education
- Canadian Work Experience
Should your temporary or permanent residence be accepted, your spouse may be able to join you in Canada. As a permanent resident, you can bring your family with you when moving to Canada. However, the process can be complicated, which is why it’s best to invest in professional immigration consulting sooner rather than later.
While this differs depending on the student, you will need to look at the anticipated costs of LICO and tuition. Generally, students can expect to pay CAD$30,000 a year, which is the average starting point for a bachelor’s program in Canada. Each Canadian University sets their own fees, and the price you pay will depend on your program, whether you’re a home or international student, and whether you’ll be studying at an undergraduate or post-graduate level.
This all depends on what you’re applying for, how long it takes to collect the necessary documentation, the time it takes the government to process this documentation, and beyond.
Rest assured that you are in the most capable hands possible when it comes to moving closer to immigrating to Canada!
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