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Canadian Immigration Visa Options

Planning to immigrate to Canada? Are you eligible? Find out here


There are many ways for obtaining Canadian permanent residence.


Federal Skilled Worker Immigration: IT Specialists, Engineers, Professionals.

Investor Immigration: Investors, Entrepreneurs, High Net-worth Individuals.

Canadian Experience Immigration: Individuals with previous work experience in Canada.

Federal Trade Worker Immigration: Electricians, Heavy/Long Haul Drivers, etc

Family Sponsorship: Spouse, common-law partners, children of Canadian citizens, and permanent residents.

Canada Immigration Programs are divided into the following categories:

  • Economic Immigration

  • Business Immigration

  • Family Sponsorship

  • Humanitarian and Refugee Pathways

How can I start my Canadian immigration process?

The most simple way to ensure that you don’t waste your time and ensure that you apply under the correct category is to:

  1. Find out which immigration stream you prefer to apply for and decide which province you prefer to reside in;

  2. Complete Immigration Assessment Form to check for eligibility to immigrate to Canada



Economic Immigration Programs

Most of Canada’s new immigrants are accepted through economic immigration programs which are mainly processed through the Express Entry system.

The Express Entry system covers three different programs:

Canada’s provinces and territories maintain their own immigration programs, which are called Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs).


Few of these PNPs are aligned with Express Entry. This means that if the authorities of the province find your candidacy/profile “interesting” for the province, they can nominate you through Express Entry. Once nominated you are being awarded additional points.

Canada Immigration FAQ

How to proceed?

  1. Email ( information on whether You would like to sponsor or to be sponsored;

  2. We will review your request and appoint a consultant/lawyer to contact you with the brief assessment;

  3. You decide whether to proceed


All our cases are handled by experienced lawyers and RCIC immigration professionals.

We adhere to the highest standards of client relationship and service.

Click here to fill out the Immigration Assessment Form



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