Immigrating to Canada is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life.
There are different ways to you can immigrate to Canada. There are immigration categories in which you can qualify. And there are many different options that can speed up the process. Our experienced consultants and specialists have indepth knowledge of the Canadian Immigration roadmap and and we are sensitive to every client's needs. We research and determine what option is best suited to each of our clients. We offer services to both permanent and temporary residency applicants. We prepare the application, take care of the submission, assist in all immigration processes and maintain constant coordination with clients until the visa is approved.
While our team at New Canadian Immigration Services endeavors to be fair in presenting a contract for each individual client, we can give you some sampling of cost structures. The size and complexity of each case determines our final contractual offer. Government fees are in addition to these ranges. All prices are in Canadian dollars.
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Canada Family Visa
The Canada Family Visa to Canada provides a unique opportunity for Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor family members to live in Canada. To be a sponsor you need to be above 18 years of age and meet certain financial requirements.
Business Visitor Visa Canada
Thousands of international business people come to Canada every year, to do business with Canadian companies. Under the Business Visitor visa, foreigners can apply to come and visit Canada for a short time. It allows eligible applicants to explore dynamic business opportunities, participate in trade conferences, meet with Canadian counter-parts in Canada as well as experience Canadian culture and hospitality.
Sponsorship Visa Canada
A citizen of Canada or a permanent resident who is of 18 years of age or older can sponsor a spouse, a partner, dependent children, parents or grand-parents to come to Canada. To become a sponsor one should be of 18 years or older. The dependent spouse, children or parents can be inside or outside Canada at the time of application.
Canada Work Permit
Every year thousands of foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits. Many Canadian work permits are available without the need to undergo a Point -Based Assessment. In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, most foreign skilled workers must have an employment offer from a Canadian employer and be granted an LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) formerly known as LMO(Labour Market Opinion) by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
Permanent Resident Visa
For Canadian Permanent Residency there are a number of options to apply. These include the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Canadian Experience Class, and the many Provincial Nominee Programs. Each of these programs has different criteria to qualify for permanent residence.
Canada Live-In Caregivers
Foreign live-in caregivers can be employed when Canadian workers or permanent residents are not available. They can help families care for children, the elderly or persons with disabilities. A foreign live-in caregiver who wants to work in Canada must have received a job offer from a Canadian employer and apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for a work permit. The caregiver's application must include proof that the employer received a positive LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) formerly known as LMO(Labour Market Opinion) by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
Canadian Religious and Charitable Work Visa
The Religious or Charitable Work visa program allows the entry of foreign workers to Canada on a temporary basis to carry out duties for religious or charitable organizations. Working on a Religious or Charitable Work visa does not need an LMIA formerly known as LMO from ESDC.
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program
If you have the skills needed by Alberta, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) may be an option for you. The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) visa is designed to support Alberta's economic growth by attracting prospective immigrants to the labour market of Alberta.
Federal Skilled Worker Visa
Canada, the maple leaf country, is one of the most highly developed countries in the world. The stable economy of the country depends on its abundant natural resources and trade agreements with the United States. The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) selects eligible candidates on the basis of their ability to succeed economically in Canada. This popular program follows a selection system that evaluates the skills of an individual which are in accordance with the needs of the Canadian labor market. The total of 100 points is available to applicants with points awarded for official language ability, age, education, work experience, pre-employment arrangements, and adaptability. The current pass mark is 67.
Working Holiday Visa Canada
The Working Holiday Visa is also known as the International Experience Canada/IEC visa or working holiday Canada. IEC manages Canada's youth mobility arrangements and agreements with different countries across the world. These arrangements and agreements make it easier for people from these countries to obtain a work permit to travel and work in Canada for up to 24 Months. Working Holiday Visas under IEC are available to young people aged 18-31 who are from one of the countries that have a working holiday arrangement or agreement with Canada.