Canada Immigration Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently
Asked Questions

The Canadian immigration programs are programs created by the Canadian immigration authority and aim to regulate the legal immigration process to Canada. All applicants should meet all the requirements for the immigration program that they are interested in applying for. For example: submitting completed application forms, supporting documents, passing the security and help examination and paying the required processing fees.

The first step to start with us is to complete the FREE assessment that suites your current circumstances which is available on our website. Once the assessment determines that you are eligible then you can book a private consultation to discuss your matter personally with a licensed immigration consultant where he will tell you how to retain him and what documents are needed from you to provide so he can submit your application on your behalf.

We have developed the FREE assessment page to replace the free consultation and some of the benefits of the assessment is that it will assess people who are interested in immigrating to Canada instantly and will inform them about their chances within 24 hours only without the need to wait for weeks or more to get a reply.

After we determined that you are qualified to apply then the next step is to book for a private consultation with a licensed immigration consultant to discuss your case with you.

The Private Consultation is the fastest way to discuss your matter directly with a licensed immigration consultant. He will open for you a consultation file and that is (after) your book a consultation on our website. Talking to the licensed consultant can be in person, on the phone or on Skype. to book a consultation then click here.

If you d have any personal questions related to your case and you would like to get the answers for those questions then you can easily book a Private Consultation with a licensed Canadian immigration consultant who has the knowledge and experience in this filed. To start booking a consultation then click here.

If you do have general questions about immigration to Canada them you can visit the frequently asked questions page and that is by clicking here.