Family Sponsorship

We specialize in Spousal Sponsorship Immigration, common-law, conjugal partner sponsorship, and can represent you for sponsorship appeal before the IAD.

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Express Entry

We can assist you in preparing your Express Entry profiles and applying for permanent residence under CEC, FSW or FST category. 

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We have significant experience in BC PNP immigration. We can help you in identifying and compiling documents that will maximize chances of a successful PNP application.

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Immigration Appeals

We advise clients in complex matters relating to Family Sponsorship Appeals, Residency Appeals and Removal Order Appeals

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Consultation Phase

At the initial consultation, we will review facts regarding your situation, discuss your options, answer your questions, and provide you with a plan of actions. We will evaluate your particular situation, and devise strategic solutions to meet your immigration needs. 

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Case Preparation

We help you prepare a complete and accurate application package that meet the IRCC's stringent requirements. Our Regulated Immigration Consultants have in-depth knowledge of the requirements that need to be met and a comprehensive understanding of the evidence that need to be provided. We craft an effective and persuasive submission to maximize the chance of a successful application.



We help you throughout the entire process of your case. We handle all correspondence with Canadian authorities; liaison between the
government and you; intervene with Canadian authorities in the event of any additional steps that need to be taken. 

  • Jul 21 2021

    How To Craft A Successful CEC Application

    CEC & Express Entry Explained
    Express Entry is a system that Canada uses to select qualified skilled workers for granting them permanent residency. To many foreign workers and international students, Express Entry is the easiest and most economic way to obtain Permanent Residence status in Canada, however, the stringent documentation requirements and complicated Comprehensive Ranking system have confused many. 

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  • Mar 03 2021

    Received a Removal Order, What Should I Do?

    The existence of a removal order does not necessarily mean that the CBSA can remove someone from Canada. If you received a removal order, or asked to leave Canada. I can help you through the process of deferring removal orders. Please contact me to arrange for a consultation. 

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  • Mar 09 2021

    Open Work Permit 

    A foreign national who wishes to work in Canada must apply for and obtain a work permit. [1]
    There are 2 types of work permit: Employer-specific work permit (employer sponsored) Open work permit ​​​

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