Visit, Work or Live in Canada
PanCanadian Immigration Law Group offers a full range of immigration services for temporary or permanent residence under all categories, no matter if you plan to live in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal or any other city.
We are authorized by the Canadian government to represent you in all immigration matters.
We advise on all applications including skilled worker, investor, entrepreneur, self-employed, and family sponsorships. We also advise on special provincial programs aimed at fast-tracking certain immigrants with specific work skills.
We will evaluate your personal circumstances for free. If we think you have a good chance at success – whether your stay is temporary or permanent – we’ll take you on as a client.
Here’s what we’ll do for you:
1. Based on the information you provide us, we will draft a custom legal document for the Visa officer that will strengthen your application based on law, court cases and policy, that covers:
- Your right to respond to the concerns of a Visa officer BEFORE he or she rejects your file
- Your right to have the Visa officer to consider exercising his or her positive discretion, whether you are above or below the 67 point threshold
- Your right to have the Visa officer to consider alternate NOC categories if he or she does not agree with the NOC’s presentedSettlement funds not held in cash
- Medical or criminal issues
- Accompanying family members
- Non-accompanying children and waivers from ex-spouses
- Genuine relationship test for married and common-law couples
- How your application fits with the aims of Canadian immigration policy
- Detailed analysis of your work history and points
- Detailed analysis of your education and points
- Detailed analysis of your language abilities and points
- Consideration of all adaptability factors and points
- Use of affidavits and other specialized evidence
- Other factors unique to your situation
2. Evaluation and advice on the correct way to complete government forms
3. Evaluation and advice on all supporting documentation and evidence to ensure it is acceptable and persuasive
4. Provision of required documentation not found on CIC website (if applicable) including:
- waivers by non-custodial parents
- FBI and other police fingerprint forms
- contacts for various agencies
5. Identification and resolution of any unique obstacles to immigration you may face (such falling below the 67 point threshold)
6. Evaluation of your business enterprises and financing arrangements for any required contributions (investor and entrepreneur classes only)
7. Email response to your queries (usually same day)
8. Tracking the progress of your application
9. Responding promptly on your behalf to legal issues or concerns raised by Visa officers
10. Fees covers all family members and includes all professional services, consultations, disbursements and courier charges