Frequently Asked Questions
By assuring that you have a good knowledge of
immigration procedures and that your application is properly prepared and
documented in advance, any unnecessary processing delays can be avoided.
No. Most skilled workers are selected without an offer of employment. However, a job offer will certainly enhance your chances and in some cases may make the difference
Every applicant must comply with the requirements of the Canadian Immigration Act and Regulations and only a Canadian Immigration Officer can make the final decision. Therefore, you should be wary of anyone offering an absolute guarantee. Our guarantee is to assist you with your application and to represent you with the Immigration Department to the best of our ability.
Yes, we have visited and interviewed clients throughout Canada and the United States, and in past years have met with clients in India, China, Hong Kong, Phillippines, Pakistan, Oman, Qatar, Macau, Malaysia, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
The first step is to arrange to consult personally with any of our Consultants either in United Arab Emirates or anywhere our offices are located, or through e-mail, skype, whatsapp Correspondence or telephone call in order to prepare a preliminary assessment of your prospects. The purpose of the consultation is to gather together all the necessary information needed to assess your immigration situation, to advise you of the options open to you, to suggest the best course of action, to explain and clarify immigration procedures, etc. There is no charge for an initial consultation or preliminary assessment.
Our fees are competitive and reflect the high quality of service we provide. We work on a contract basis, which includes all disbursements, with the exception of the Government of Canada Processing Fees and the Right of Landing Fees. If we accept and proceed with your case beyond the initial consultation or preliminary assessment, our total fee will be quoted in advance and will be dependent upon the complexity of the case and the immigration category in which your application is submitted. A retainer/deposit is required to begin work. The balance of the fee is payable in installments only after you and your dependents have been issued file number, Medicals and finally visa submission by the Canadian Immigration authorities. A detailed accounting of services rendered is provided in all cases. . The client has the option to pay the fee in 3 or 4 progressive installments.
All applicants are required to pay the Government Processing Fees and Right of Landing Fees. The Government Processing Fee is C$550 for each person 19 years of age or older and C$150 for children under 19 years of age. The Processing Fee for the principal applicant in the business categories is C$ 1,050. The Government Processing Fees have to be submitted with your application and The Government Right of Landing Fee is C$975 for each person 19 years or older (there is no charge for applicants under 19 years of age) and may be paid to the Government after your application is approved.
We prepare our clients to look for the job as per the specific criteria and appear for the interview in their related field of occupations.
We give you Franchise and set up your E-Commerce businesses for less then US$ 25,000 and arrange your long term business visa along with your family, subsequently which is converted to permanent Immigration Visa.