Immigration Specialists in Canada

Frequently asked Questions

A Leading Canadian Immigration Consultancy

  • There are many pathways in Canada in which an individual can retrieve their permanent residency. One way is through the economic pathways, which can include Express Entry or Provincial Nominee Programs. Each pathway has a criterion that needs to be met.

  • Through the economic pathways, most streams do require a language test to qualify.

  • There are many ways to get a work permit for Canada, it all depends on your qualifications. There are work permits based on LMIAs, Provincial Nominee Programs and many more.

  • Every application has a different processing time. It depends on the country it is being processed from, the type of application, and if an application is more complicated it can lead to delays. COVID-19 has also impacted processing times negatively.

  • Each province/territory (excluding Nunavat & Quebec) have Provincial Nominees Programs (PNP). Provincial Nominees Programs offer candidates an opportunity to retrieve their permanent residency with the support of an employer. The applicant shall intend to settle in the province/territory that has nominated them.

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