Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We offer all the services related to immigration and visas. We provide assistance in visa applications, filing appeals, getting PR status etc.

Our team of experienced immigration consultants has extensive knowledge and expertise in handling a wide range of immigration-related matters. Whether you are applying for a student visa or seeking permanent residency through work or family sponsorship, we can help you navigate through the complex immigration processes and ensure that you get your visa approved as quickly and easily as possible.

We have extensive experience handling a wide range of immigration programs, including work visas, temporary residency, student visas, and more. We are well-versed in all the latest immigration laws and regulations, which allows us to provide our clients with accurate and up-to-date information about their application status at all times.

Yes, we are fully licensed and regulated by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). This means that all our services are held to the highest standards of professionalism and ethics, so you can trust us to handle your immigration application with care and diligence.

Hiring an immigration consultant is a great way to ensure that your visa application is handled expertly and efficiently. Our team of experienced professionals has in-depth knowledge of all the latest immigration laws and regulations, so you can rest assured that your application will be processed quickly and accurately. Whether you are new to the immigration process or have already had some past experience with it, we can help you with any aspect of your application and guide you smoothly through the entire process.

Roksolana Tkachuk and her team of experienced immigration consultants will personally handle your case from start to finish. We believe in building a long-term relationship with our clients and keeping them informed at all stages of the process, so you can rest assured knowing that we will be there every step of the way. With years of experience helping individuals and families achieve their immigration goals, we have the knowledge and expertise necessary to ensure that your application is processed smoothly and successfully.

Yes, we can help you with any aspect of your application, even if it has already been refused by the immigration authorities. Our team of experts will carefully evaluate your case and develop an effective strategy for ensuring that your appeal is successful. We have helped many clients successfully overturn their refusals and get approved for their visas, so you can trust us to handle your case with care and professionalism.

If you are looking to find a job in Canada as an immigrant, there are several steps that you can take to improve your chances of success. The first step is to identify and research the companies and organizations that are hiring in your field or area of expertise. You can do this by using online job boards, networking with other professionals in your field, and attending job fairs and career fairs. Additionally, you can work with an immigration consultant or recruitment agency to help connect you with potential employers, as well as develop a strategic plan for your job search based on your skills and experience.

Yes, in some cases, it is possible to study in Canada without a study permit. This will typically be the case if you are planning to take an online course or attend a short-term program that is less than six months long. However, if you wish to pursue a degree or other full-time academic program at a Canadian college or university, you will typically need to apply for a study permit. To find out whether or not you need a study permit for your program, you should consult with an experienced immigration consultant.

Additionally, it is important to note that even if you are able to study in Canada without a study permit, you may still be required to obtain a study permit in order to work on campus during your program. With the help of an immigration expert, you can navigate this process with ease and ensure that all your paperwork is submitted correctly and on time.

Yes, many international students are able to work while studying in Canada. Depending on the length and type of your program, you may be eligible for a variety of work permits that allow you to work legally during your studies or after graduation.

Yes, after you have completed your studies in Canada, you may be eligible to pursue a variety of long-term immigration options, including temporary or permanent residency. These options will vary depending on your circumstances and educational background, so it is important to consult with an experienced immigration consultant who can help determine the best path forward for your specific situation.

The cost of attending school in Canada will vary depending on the program and institution, as well as your personal circumstances. Some factors that can affect the overall cost include tuition rates, the type of housing you choose (such as on-campus dorms or off-campus apartments), and any additional expenses such as textbooks, course materials, or living expenses. To get a more accurate estimate of the total cost of attending school in Canada, it is best to consult with an admissions advisor or financial aid counselor at your chosen institution.

The points that are used in the Express Entry system to assess an applicant’s eligibility for immigration to Canada are based on a number of factors, including their age, level of education, work experience, proficiency in English or French, and other criteria. In general, candidates with high levels of education and work experience will receive more points under these criteria, while points may also be awarded for factors such as having relatives in Canada or being able to integrate into Canadian society. Additionally, candidates with strong ties to Canada or a proven history of successful settlement and integration into the country are typically more likely to receive high scores under these criteria.

There are generally no age restrictions on immigration to Canada, with the exception of certain programs that have a maximum age limit in place.

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best program will depend on your individual circumstances and goals. That said, it is important to work with an experienced immigration consultant who can help you navigate the different options and determine which path will be most suitable based on factors such as your age, education level, work experience, family status, and other considerations.

Some of the most popular immigration programs include Express Entry, provincial nominee programs, and skilled worker or professional classes under the Economic Class. Each program has its own requirements and eligibility criteria, so it is important to do your research to find the best option for you.

Yes, we can help you determine your eligibility for different immigration programs based on a variety of factors, including your age, education level, work experience, family status, and more. We have extensive experience working with individuals from all backgrounds and will work with you to assess your situation and identify the best path forward for successful immigration to Canada. Whether you are interested in applying for Express Entry, a provincial nominee program, or one of the many other options available, we can help you get started. Simply contact us today to learn more about our services and get started on your immigration journey.

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the rules and requirements for sponsorship can vary depending on your specific situation and the person or family members you wish to sponsor. With that said, in general, there are a number of different types of individuals who may be eligible for sponsorship, including spouses or partners, children under the age of 18, parents or grandparents, and other relatives. To determine whether you are eligible to sponsor someone and learn more about the process involved, it is best to consult with an experienced immigration lawyer or consultant who can assess your situation and help guide you through the process.

We will guide you and provide strategic approach to get the results you want.

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