Immigration Services

Want to move permanently to Canada for a better life? Are you an experienced professional seeking international work experience? Are you a student looking for a high-quality education? Or maybe you are a free-spirited traveler planning your next adventure. Whoever you are, and whatever your goals are, there are multiple avenues for you to come to Canada. Here are just some of the immigration programs we can help you with. Get in touch with us to learn about what is best for you.

    • Express Entry

    One of the most popular pathways to immigrate to Canada, the Express Entry program was launched in 2015 to help aspiring and qualified individuals from around the globe make Canada their home. This program considers various factors based on your ability to contribute to the economic needs of the country through your education, skilled work and the probability of being economically successful.

    • Provincial Nominee
      Program (PNP)

    Do you have personal ties to or are interested in settling down in a particular Canadian province? Then the Provincial Nominee Program is a path you should consider. Each province has its own requirements that you will need to meet in order to be considered, and if you are nominated, you will gain valuable credit that will give you a better chance at having a successful immigration plan.

    • Family Sponsorship

    Are you a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident interested in bringing your partner, spouse, children or parents to Canada? Through the Family Sponsorship program, you and your loved ones may be eligible to live happily together in Canada.

    • Study Permit

    Canada boasts a world-class education system. If you have received admission at an educational institution in Canada, you will require a study permit to live and study in the country as a student. Ask us about how we can help you get your study permit.

    • Citizenship

    Once you have met the requirements as a permanent resident in Canada, you could be eligible to become a citizen of Canada. Canadian citizenship is one of the most enviable statuses a person can enjoy around the world. Apart from the benefits of being a citizen within Canada, the Canadian passport was placed as the 5th most powerful passport in 2020, providing easier access to a number of other countries. Find out how you can attain this privilege.

    • Work Permit

    If you are a temporary resident in Canada and would like to gain work experience after graduation or make money to raise the family, you will in need a suitable work permit to legally be employed in Canada. Recent graduates can get a post-graduate work permit (PGWP), temporary resident employees can get closed work permits that are specific to employers, and spouses of temporary residents can obtain open work permits that will allow them to work anywhere.

    • Parent & Grandparent
      Super Visa

    Not all parents and grand-parents are able to move to Canada as a permanent resident. Fortunately, there is another way. If you want to bring your parents or grandparents to Canada on a long-term temporary status, the super visa is exactly what you need. This visa allows them to stay with you in Canada for up to 2 years at a stretch. Contact us to find out if you meet the requirements.

    • Atlantic Immigration Pilot
      Program (AIPP)

    If you are interested in living in one of the Maritime provinces, this program would be of interest to you. The AIP Program was created to help these provinces attract qualified individuals and provides incentives to retain talent in the region. This is an employer driven process with a focus on employment experience rather than on educational credentials.

    • Rural & Northern
      Immigration Pilot

    Select rural regions around Canada were identified to participate in this program to help build these future cities. It is designed to support economic development in smaller communities by taking advantage of valuable foreign skills, while providing a pathway for foreign workers to become permanent residents in Canada. This is a community driven process with a focus on skills that participating communities need.

    • Agri-Food Immigration Pilot

    If you have experience working within the agri-food industry in Canada, this will be your best bet. This pilot program provides a path for you to become a Permanent Resident while contributing to the needs of the agriculture and food sector in the country.