If you have family (grand parents, parents, siblings, nephews, niece, adopted child, grandchildren, dependant children, spouse or common law or conjugal partner) who is a permanent resident or Canadian citizen, they may be able to sponsor you to become a permanent resident if you qualify and they qualify for sponsorship.
Getting your family to Canada can be very easy and straight forward if Sponsors understand all requirements and provide required supporting documents. If you need assistance to bring your loved ones to Canada, book a consultation with us to kick start this process.
Provinces in Canada have agreement with the Federal government to nominate qualifies immigrants to immigrant to their province. Getting a provincial nomination could boost your chances of immigrating to through the express entry system through an additional 600 points.
For applicants who don't meet the requirements for an express entry profile, there are also provincial programs not linked with the express entry system as well.
We are licensed to represent clients in the following provincial Nominee Programs
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program ( SINP)
Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program
Manitoba Immigrant Nominee Program
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
Prince Edward Island Provincial Program
New Foundland and Labrador Provincial Programs
British Columbia Provincial Program
New Brunswick Provincial Program
To find out your options, discuss requirements and application process, please book a consultation.
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EXPRESS ENTRY PROGRAMS
Federal Skilled worker: This program is for skilled professionals with a minimum of one year experience within the last 10 years in the National Occupation Code (NOC) 0, A, B category along with education and English language or French abilities.
Federal Skill Trades Worker: Immigrants with skills in eligible trade groups, training and English or French language abilities can apply through this program.
Canadian Experience Class (CEC): This category is for some temporary foreign workers (TFW) and international students with post graduate work permits. Applicants in this category are required to have a minimum of one year work experience in NOC 0, A or B.
Do you think you qualify for any of the above programs? Book a consultation to begin your application process