Canadian Immigration Application Process
Canada ranks among the best countries in the world in which to live. That is why, every year, so many people choose Canada searching for a better way of life.
If you are thinking about migrating to Canada, one of the first steps you need to take is finding the category of immigration in which you should apply.
Canada Immigration: Permanent Residence Status
To be eligible to become a permanent resident of Canada, the aspiring resident must meet the requirements of one (1) of four (4) classes of immigration: the Independent/Skilled Worker Class, the Canadian Experience Class, the Family Class or the Business Class OR qualify as a provincial nominee AND one must apply for permanent resident status through a Canadian visa office (i.e. High Commission/Embassy/Consulate).
Permanent Status - Categories:
- Independent/Skilled Worker Class
- Provincial Nominee Program
- Canadian Experience Class
- Family Class
- Business Investors
- Business Entrepreneur
- Business Self-Employed
Temporary Status In Canada:
- Study Permits
- Visitor Visas
- Work Permits
You can also come to Canada on a temporary status : visitor, worker, student ... if you meet the eligibility requirements.
Average fees* for out of country processing:
(*fees listed below are only for reference purpose and cannot be confirmed before we review your personal case)
Family sponsorship $ 1,800
Independents(Without job offer) $ 1,600 + $ 200 per family member
Independents (With job offer) $ 1,600 + $ 200 per family member
(HRDC processing) $ 800
Work Permit (Open) $ 1,800 (Including family members)
Work Permit (HRDC) $ 2,600 (Including family members)
Work Permit (CAQ - Québec) $ 500 (additional fee)
Visitor $ 1,200
Student (3 steps) 1 - Study level assessment form $ 300
2 - School Application form $ 500
3 - Study permit form $ 1,200
Only $29 to start assessing your case.
A deposit of $500 is payable upon signature of the agreement with the client for retaining the professional services of ImmigrationProfessionals.info
A subsequent payment of 50% of the remaining balance due is payable 1 month after the signature of the contract, followed by a final payment of the balance due 1 month later, or upon submission of the completed immigration application forms and supportive documents to immigration authorities, whichever occurs first.
All payable government immigration processing fees (federal/provincial) and external expertise (medical examination – police certificates) are the sole responsibility of the clients client.