Canada Immigration

Canada Immigration

Moving to Canada is an exciting opportunity. Each year, thousands of immigrants who travel to Canada create new economic opportunities for themselves and for Canada by joining this country’s labour force. Lots of people come to work and stay in Canada permanently (as permanent residents) through Canada’s immigration programs for skilled workers. People also come to Canada through the Provincial Nominee Program operated by many of Canada’s provinces and territories. Many other immigrants come to Canada to set up their own business or to work temporarily to help Canadian employers address short-term requirements for employees in specific occupations. There are lots of programs available to come to Canada from visit visas to permanent residency and then citizenship.

Our Services For Canada

Canada Visitor Visa

You may need to apply for a Canada visit visa if you intend to stay temporarily in Canada and you don’t intend to study or work. If your home country is on our visa-waiver list, you can enter Canada without a visa depending on how long you want to stay. If you are not from a visa-waiver country you will need a visa.

Canada Spouse Visa

The Spousal Sponsorship Program of Canada is sub-category of the Family Sponsorship Program only. It allows the Canadian permanent residents and citizens to sponsor their spouse or Common-law-partner for Permanent Residency in Canada. The sponsors of Canadian Spouse Category visas (i.e. Canadian Permanent residents and citizens), must be authorized by IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) to do so. This ensures the hassle free visa allocation to the sponsored people.


You can be a sponsor of Spousal category visa provided, you are: 18 years or above A permanent resident or citizen of Canada Able to demonstrate that you are not getting any social assistance (apart from disability if any)Able to demonstrate that you can provide basic needs to the sponsored person, i.e. your spouse or partner If you are residing in Quebec province of Canada, you need to fulfil Quebec’s conditions for sponsorship.

Canada Study Visa

About Canada Study Visa. Canada continues to be recognized as a provider of world-class education to its more than 130,000 foreign students who come to study in Canada each year with additional students who come to learn English or French within Canada’s bilingual borders. The student visa allows foreigners to engage in further studies in Canada either in an academic or vocational sector, thus bringing their rich culture, expansive knowledge and varied skills to Canada’s already diverse classrooms and schools. Foreign applicants must show their intention to study, provide proof of acceptance and enrolment at an accredited institution, proof of sufficient funds and sufficient ties to return to their home country once they have completed their studies. Once granted, a student visa will allow applicants to experience Canada’s high-quality education system, state of the art research facilities, and broad post-graduate employment opportunities.

Canada Residence Visa

A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada, but is not a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents are citizens of other countries. A person in Canada temporarily, like a student or foreign worker, is not a permanent resident..

Canada Skilled Migration

As on January 2015, cic announced an express entry system, wherein skilled migrants can migrate to Canada as permanent residents and take part in their economy, provided they follow two step verification processes. Above the average of 259,542 immigrants accepted from 2011 to 2015 from all over the world. Canada would let 300,000 migrants into the country in 2017. 46,700 refugees resettled in Canada from all over the world until 2017. You can work, live and study in any province of Canada. Job vacancies rose by 58,000 (+17.5%) from the first quarter of 2016 to 388,000 in the first quarter of 2017.

Canada Citizenship

To be Apply to for a Canada citizenship, you must:

  • be a permanent resident
  • have lived in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years
  • have filed your taxes if you need to
  • pass a test on your rights, responsibilities, and knowledge of Canada
  • prove your language skills

Other requirements may apply.