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    Is Your Immigration Application Delayed?

    Are you in the process of immigrating to Canada? Have you submitted your application or are preparing your own application? Whether or not you are making your own application or have hired a third party to do it for you it is important to make sure that you have a complete and accurate application package. Any mistake or missing document can create delays for government processing. 

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    What is an Authorized Representative?

    An immigration journey can be a long and difficult process for many people. Preparing and submitting a Canadian immigration application is not easy. Although there are guides on the Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada website those guides do not offer you any tips and or tricks. They simply provide you with the application requirements.

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    Canadian Immigration FAQs

    Canada is becoming an increasingly desirable immigration destination. Canada and many of its cities are often ranked in the top 10 best places to live and work in the world. But just because a country is considered a great place to live doesn’t always mean it is easy to immigrate there.

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    Work Permits - How Long Do They Take?

    Many businesses in Canada depend on foreign workers to stay operational, as it can often be difficult to find local talent to fill positions, for low skill, high skill, agricultural, or seasonal jobs Canada needs foreign workers to help keep many areas of our economy going.  So if you are a business owner/staffing manager and want to broaden your horizons with foreign workers or if you are a foreigner looking for a job in Canada read on to find out how work permit processing can affect your process.

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    Do I Need an Immigration Consultant?

    This is the first question we get asked by clients.  Everyone wants to know “Do I really need an immigration consultant to prepare my application?”  The easy answer is no. Most immigration forms and guides are available on the Government of Canada or provincial websites. Anyone can fill out their own application form and send it off. 

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    Extension on Post-Graduate Work Permit Time Limits

    International students are one of the key components of #Canada's future #immigrants and similar to other sectors, they have been significantly impacted by #COVID-19. It has been more difficult than ever to find a job during the pandemic, and many international students are worried about accumulating #Canadian_work_experience to facilitate #permanent_residency.