Refugee Appeal

Introduction: The Refugee Appeal Division (RAD) considers appeals against decisions of the Refugee Protection Division (RPD) to allow or reject claims for refugee protection. In most cases, there will be no hearing as the RAD will base its decision on the documents provided by the parties involved and the RPD record. Refugee Appeal Process: Notice of Appeal and Time Limits: the appellaRead More…

Quebec Entrepreneur

Introduction: Quebec’s immigration programs include: Quebec Experience Class, Regular Skilled Worker Program and Quebec Business Immigration. Quebec Experience Class includes Foreign Students and Temporary Foreign Worker. Quebec Business Immigration includes Entrepreneur Program, Investor Program and Self-Employed Worker Program. Quebec Business Immigration – Entrepreneur: Secondary sRead More…

PEQ Class

Introduction: Quebec’s immigration programs include: Quebec Experience Class, Regular Skilled Worker Program and Quebec Business Immigration. Quebec Experience Class includes Foreign Students and Temporary Foreign Worker. Quebec Business Immigration includes Entrepreneur Program, Investor Program and Self-Employed Worker Program. International Students Criteria: Intend to live in QuebeRead More…

Quebec Investor

Introduction: Quebec’s immigration programs include: Quebec Experience Class, Regular Skilled Worker Program and Quebec Business Immigration. Quebec Experience Class includes Foreign Students and Temporary Foreign Worker. Quebec Business Immigration includes Entrepreneur Program, Investor Program and Self-Employed Worker Program. Quebec Business Immigration – Investor (Effective JuRead More…

Spousal Sponsorship

Introduction: Spousal Sponsorship is a sub-category under family sponsorship. Canadian citizens or permanent residents are entitled to sponsor their spouse to become permanent resident of Canada. IRCC is committed to accelerate to process spousal or common-law partner sponsorship application. Most spousal or common-law partner sponsorship will be processed within 12 months. Eligibility to SRead More…

Children Sponsorship

Introduction: Canadian citizens or permanent residents may also apply to sponsor their adopted children to become permanent residents. They may apply at the final stage of adoption process. Eligibility to Sponsor Your Adopted Children: Be a Canadian citizen or permanent residentIf the sponsor is permanent resident of Canada, he/she must reside in CanadaBe 18 years of age or olderThe adopRead More…

Parents and Grandparents

Introduction: Canadian citizens or permanent residents may also sponsor their parents or grandparents to become permanent residents of Canada, and the annual application limit is set by IRCC. The Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) for immigration to Canada operates according to an Expression of Interest / Invitation to Apply system. The uninvited sponsor may apply Parents and Grandparents Read More…

Other Relatives

Introduction: Canadian citizens or permanent residents may also apply to sponsor their close relatives such as orphaned brother, sister, nephew, niece or grandchild to become permanent residents. Eligibility to Sponsor Your Relatives: Be 18 years of age or olderBe a Canadian citizen or permanent residentis not in receipt of social assistance and meet set income guidelineare not undischarRead More…

Graduates Program

Introduction: Through Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, the federal government — together with the governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island — aim to welcome nearly 7,000 newcomers and their families to the Atlantic region of Eastern Canada in the next three years. International skilled workers may apply through Atlantic High-Skilled PRead More…

Employer Designation

Introduction: Through Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, the federal government — together with the governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island — aim to welcome nearly 7,000 newcomers and their families to the Atlantic region of Eastern Canada in the next three years. International skilled workers may apply through Atlantic High-Skilled PRead More…