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There are many ways to Immigrate to Canada. We will help you find the best option for you :

  • Express Entry

  • Federal Skilled Immigration

  • Provincial Nominee Program

  • Business and Investor Immigration

  • Family Sponsorship

  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program 

  • Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

  • Canada Agri-Food Immigration Pilot

  • Canada Caregivers


The Family Class allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their dependent children, parents and grandparents, and spouse or common-law/conjugal partner. Canada strongly supports keeping families together whenever possible. As such, the processing of Family Class applications is given the highest priority at Canadian Visa Offices.

  • The Spouse or Common-Law Partner Sponsorship

  • Dependent Child Sponsorship

  • Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship

  • Super Visa

  • Spouse Open Work Permit

Canada offers many job opportunities in various exciting fields. This has led to many immigrants choosing to work in Canada with the promise of fair salaries and excellent quality of life. Explore your options:
  • LMIA and Work Permit
  • LMIA exempt Work Permits
  • Global Talent Stream
  • Work in Canada without a Work Permit
  • Working Holiday (IEC)
  • NAFTA Work Permits


If you are a business person or manager looking to immigrate to Canada, the Business/Investor Immigration Programs may be an important fast-track Canadian immigration option for you:

  • Federal Start-Up Visa Program

  • Quebec Business Immigration

  • PNP Business Immigration

  • Quebec Investor Program 

  • Quebec Entrepreneur

  • Self-Employed 


Canada is home to one of the best school systems in the world.

From elementary school to universities and colleges, language schools to vocational programs, Canadian schools accommodate students of all interests and backgrounds.We help:

  • Find school

  • Apply for Study permit

  • Extend study permit

  • Apply for open work permit 

  • Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

  • Study Pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence


Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the federal department that manages Canadian citizenship, both for those applying for citizenship and for current Canadian citizens. Before you submit a Canadian citizenship application, you must satisfy several IRCC requirements. These requirements include a minimum of three years of being permanent resident, as well as language and residence requirements. IRCC may return your application as incomplete, if you do not send acceptable proof that you have met residence requirements or have adequate knowledge of English or French. So,  it is critical to avoid any errors that can cause further delays or in some cases refusals.

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