Permanent residency in Canada categories:
- Business Immigration
- Provincial Nominee Program
- Federal Skilled Program
- Federal Trade Program
- Canadian Experience Class
- Humanitarian & Compassionate
- Refugee Claims
- Family Class Immigration
Temporary Residency Visas in Canada:
- Visitor’s Visa
- Study Permits
- Work Permits
- Live-In Caregivers
- Super Visa for Parents/Grandparents
- Criminally Inadmissibility
There are several factors that can determine your success in immigrating to Canada, including age, education, language (English and/or French), work experience (Canadian and foreign experience) and arranged employment in Canada.
Your NOC (National Occupation Classification) level must be at level O, A, or B to apply under federal immigrant programs, and level C or D may be eligible to apply under Provincial Nominee Programs.
- Skill type 0 –management jobs
- Skill type A –professional jobs, usually need a degree from a university
- Skill type B – technical jobs and skilled trades, usually college/vocational training required
- Skill type C – intermediate jobs
- Skill type D – labour jobs
A person may be denied to come to Canada by Canada’s immigration law because of these grounds:
- Security reasons
- Human or international rights violations
- Organized crime
- Serious health problem
- Serious financial problem
- Failure to comply with any Canadian immigration law
- Having an inadmissible family member
You may be able to overcome these issues and be allowed to come to Canada depending on the crime, elapsed period, and your behaviour since the activity. We can assist you if you qualify to be deemed as rehabilitated, or are granted a record of suspension or temporary resident permit, or we can assist in submitting your rehabilitation application.
We can help you!