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Migrate to Canada | Immigration Service

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We are a leading immigration consultancy strongly committed to consistently providing world-class expert services in the areas of migration visas, overseas business establishment, and resettlement. The objective of our immigration consultancy company is to enable clients to realise their plans of migrating to developed countries such as USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus and Australia through a streamlined, structured, and cost-effective process. If you require the professional services of the best immigration consultants, then our highly qualified and experienced team at Berkeley Middle East Consultants are the people who can help you.

IMMIGRATE AS A SKILLED WORKER (EXPRESS ENTRY)

We choose skilled immigrants as permanent residents based on their ability to settle in Canada and take part in our economy. There is a new system to manage how people with skilled work experience apply to immigrate to Canada. It is called Express Entry.

How does Express Entry work?

Step 1) Potential candidates complete an online Express Entry profile
Potential candidates will complete an online Express Entry profile. This is a secure form that they will use to provide information about their:
• Skills,
• Work experience,
• Language ability,
• Education, and
• Other details that will help us assess them.
Those who meet the criteria of one of the federal immigration programs listed above will be accepted into a pool of candidates.

Step 2) The highest-ranking candidates in the pool will be invited to apply for permanent residence
Candidates will be ranked against others in the pool using a point-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System. Points are awarded using the information in their profile.
Candidates with the highest scores in the pool will be issued an invitation to apply. Candidates will be awarded points for:
• A job offer, and/or
• A nomination from a province or territory, and/or
• Skills and Experience factors.
A candidate can get additional points for:
• Qualifying education in Canada
• A valid job offer or
• A nomination by a province or territory
These additional points can make a candidate rank high enough to be invited to apply at the next eligible round of invitations.

WORLD BEST TEAM OF LAWYERS – A BLEND OF SUCCESSFUL LEGAL PROFESSIONALS

Tim Leahy
Professional Lawyer

Professional Memberships:
• Michigan State Bar Association (since 1986)
• District of Columbia Bar Ass’n (since 1988)
• Law Society of Upper Canada (since 1991)
• Canadian Bar Association (1989-2004)
• American Immigration Lawyer Ass’n (1989-2004)

An Expert for Express Entry and other filings
More than a decade years of prior experience in the Canadian Immigration industry and is providing the most satisfactory immigration services to hundreds of clients.

Why You shoud Choose Us?
• We do not accept cases which has no chance of successful as our ethics policy
• We guide in a way leads to a successful outcome.
• We remain around the client till he gets the best outcome of his/her case.
• Full compliance with standards and guidelines for preparation of your case with Canadian Rules and regulation.
• Thousands of satisfied Customer from all over the world.

IMMIGRATE BY INVESTING (IMMIGRANT INVESTORS)

Province   Net Worth Investment Management Experience Business Plan Refundable cash deposit Post-Landing Requirements Exploratory visit Language Proficiency
British Columbia
$600,000 CAD
$200,000 CAD
Management Experience
Yes, for an eligible business
None
one new job for CanCit or PR
Strongly recommended
CLB4 or 3-year 100% ownership
Manitoba
$500,000 CAD and 60 points
CDN$ 150,000 and 1/3 ownership
three years of senior management
Yes, for an eligible business
$100,000 (plus investment)
day-to-day management
optional but for at least a week
a factor but not required to pass
New Brunswick
$300,00 CAD and 50 points
CDN$ 125,000 and 1/3 ownership
three years’ relevant senior management
Yes, for an eligible business
$75,000 CAD
day-to-day management
Yes, for at least five days
Useful but not required
Ontario
GTA $1,500,000 or elsewhere: $800,000 CAD
GTA $1,000,000 or non-GTA $500,000 and 1/3 ownership
three years’ of senior management
Yes
None
two new jobs for CanCit or PR
within a year pre-application
usefull but not required
Prince Edward Island
$600,00 CAD
$150,000 CAD and 1/3 ownership OR $1,000,000 CAD
relevant business management
Yes, for an eligible business
$200,000 CAD
active, on-going management
Yes
IELTS 4.0
Saskatchewan
$500,000 CAD
Reg & Sas: $300,000 $200,000 elsewhere and 1/3 ownership
three years of business management
Yes, for an eligible business
None
day-to-day management and two new jobs
No, but recommended
useful but not required
Yukon
$500,000 CAD and 65 points
$300,000 CAD and 1/3 ownership
three years of business management
Yes, for an eligible business
None
active, on-going management
Yes
IELTS 6.0

IMMIGRATE BY PROVIDING CARE (CAREGIVERS)

Caring for Children Pathway

A pathway to permanent residence for caregivers who have provided child care in a home.

Caring for People with High Medical Needs Pathway

A pathway to permanent residence for caregivers who have provided care for the elderly or those with disabilities or chronic disease in a health facility or in a home.

Live-in Caregiver Program

A pathway to permanent residence for live-in caregivers who are already working in Canada with a Live-in Caregiver Program work permit, as well as caregivers who are approved for their first Live-in Caregiver Program work permit based on an employer’s positive Labour Market Impact Assessment application that was submitted to Service Canada on or before November 30, 2014.

FAMILY SPONSORSHIP AND REFUGEES & ASYLUM

Family Sponsorship

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada and at least 18 years old, you can sponsor certain relatives to come to Canada. Your relatives can live, study and work in Canada if they become permanent residents.

Sponsor your spouse, partner or dependent children
Find out if you can apply, how to apply, get forms, and see fees and processing times

Sponsor your parents and grandparents
Find out if you can apply, how to apply, get forms, and see fees and processing times

Sponsor your adopted children and other relatives
Find out if you can apply, how to apply, get forms, and see fees and processing times

Visit your children or grandchildren
Find out if you can apply, how to apply, get forms, and see fees and processing times

Information for sponsored spouses or partners
What conditional permanent residence is, know your rights, identify abuse, neglect and forced marriage, and get help if you are being abused

 

Refugees and Asylum

Groups of five – Sponsoring refugees
CANADA’S PRIVATE SPONSORSHIP OF REFUGEES FOR DISPLACED SYRIAN AND IRAQI NATIONALS
Under the Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Program, refugees are referred to Canada for resettlement by a private sponsor.
Being a privately sponsored refugee means that a group of five people in Canada has volunteered to help you adjust to life here. Your sponsorship group will help you find a place to live, give you food and clothing and financial support. They have made a commitment to support you for one year after you arrive or until you can support yourself, whichever comes first.
Your sponsor must provide you with this support. You do not need to pay your sponsor for the cost of helping you settle in Canada.
Group of five (G5) is five or more Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have arranged to sponsor a refugee living abroad to come to Canada. All of the group members must be at least 18 years of age and live or have representatives in the area where the refugee will settle.
The group must agree to give emotional and financial support to the refugee(s) for the full sponsorship period-usually one year.

To be eligible, each member of the group five must:
• Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident,
• Be at least 18 years old
• Live in the same community where the refugee is expected to settle, and
• Agree to give settlement assistance and support for the length of the sponsorship (usually one year).

The group must provide a settlement plan and prove that it has the money to sponsor a refugee for one year. The amount of money needed will depend on how many refugees you sponsor.

After your application has been submitted: get next steps
Once you and your sponsor have completed the application forms, your sponsor will send them to the correct office in Canada. CIC will review the sponsorship portion to make sure that your sponsor meets the criteria to support you.

Once the sponsorship section of your file is approved, it will be sent to a visa office or mission overseas for further processing.

APPLY TO STUDY IN CANADA (STUDY IN CANADA)

Apply to study in Canada, extend your study permit and get information about working while you study or after you graduate.

Find a school you can attend
Find out if you can apply, how to apply, get forms, and see fees and processing times

Get a study permit
Applications for study permits, processing times and what to expect after you arrive in Canada

Extend your study permit
Application form and instructions for renewing your study permit or for restoring your status to continue your studies in CanadaApplication form and instructions for renewing your study permit or for restoring your status to continue your studies in Canada

Work while/after you study
Information about work on campus, off campus, as part of a co-op/internship program or after you graduate

Information for educational institutions
Information about the International Student Program, policies and procedures, fraud and work and immigration opportunities for students

Changes to the Student Program
New requirements for students, postsecondary studies at Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) and working while studying, in effect since June 1, 2014

 

International Students in Canada – A Pathway to Gain Permanent Residency
The number of international students choosing to study in Canada has been on the rise since 2004. Many of those students have options for working during their studies or after they graduate, through the Off-Campus Work Permit Program and the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program.
Advantages to Employers Hiring a foreign student or a recent international graduate is extremely easy. Both the Off-Campus Work Permit and the Post-Graduation Work Permit are open work permits. This means that employers do not need to apply to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) for authorization to hire a foreign national (i.e., a Labour Market Opinion). When employers hire an international student or a recent graduate, it is usually a young person who is forming the skills they will need to be successful in the long term.
Employers who take pride in the quality of training and mentor-ship they provide should find hiring foreign students very appealing. International students and graduates who are gaining experience in Canadian classrooms and workplaces are also an important source of future permanent economic immigrants. By studying and working in Canada, they are already well prepared for the Canadian labour market. During their studies, they may have learned about the latest developments in an employer’s field and bring that knowledge and know-how to the workplace.
With the Canadian Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Program and the Provincial Nominee Program in place, international students or graduates have options if they wish to stay permanently in Canada. Employers may discover that by the time the international graduate employee has become a permanent resident, they have become a truly dedicated employee who will provide many years of service to the organization.
How These Programs Work
Foreign nationals studying full-time at participating publicly funded post-secondary institutions, or in certain programs at private post-secondary institutions, are eligible to apply for an Off-Campus Work.
Permit (OCWP) The OCWP allows foreign students to work for an employer off campus for up to 20 hours a week while class is in session, and full-time during scheduled breaks in the academic calendar.
Foreign nationals who have completed a program of at least eight months at a participating Canadian university or college may apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). The PGWP allows international students who have completed their studies to work for an employer in Canada for up to three years, depending on how long their course of study was.

 

Facts and Figures – Why study in Canada?
• More than 354,000 international students entered Canada in 2015, an all-time record.
New Rankings of National Higher Education Systems in 48 countries: Canada ranks No. 3rd
• Many international students choose Canada over other potential destinations, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and France, because of certain advantages that come with studying in Canada. With quality and more affordable tuition at renowned universities and colleges in safe cities, and employment options both during and after the study period, the decision to study in Canada can be life changing.
• If you add to this list of reasons a clear pathway to permanent resident status and, eventually, Canadian citizenship, studying in Canada becomes an even more attractive proposition. Canada wants students because Canada is all about nation building. Young, intelligent newcomers who have proven they have the credentials and means to assimilate should play a significant role in that. Canada wants students to come here, study, contribute socially and economically, and stay permanently.

 

ADMISSION & VISA PROCESS

 

• The students are responsible to pay for their initial admission fee to the College depending on various colleges. This fee must be paid to the college before an admission application is submitted.
• Once we have arranged the Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from Canadian educational institute, we will start preparing application for study permit with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The students will be responsible to pay the study permit government non-refundable fee.
IELTS – Academic Test – minimum band score of 6.0 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking for a Post-secondary program and 6.5 and higher for a Post-Graduate Certificate program is mandatory before an admission is applied for and obtained.
• The first semester fee of about is due and paid directly to the College after admission is granted and before a study permit application is submitted with CIC.
• In case the study permit application is refused by visa officer; the full first semester college fee paid is refundable directly to the student.

VISIT CANADA AS A TOURIST OR BUSINESS PERSON (VISIT CANADA)

Find out what you need to visit Canada as a tourist or business person, how to extend your stay in Canada and what documents you need to carry with you to transit through Canada.

Find out if you need an eTA or a visitor visa
List of countries whose citizens need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) or a visa to visit or transit through Canada

Visit as a tourist
Applications for eTA and visitor visa, processing times and what to expect when you arrive in Canada

Visit your children or grandchildren
Applications for super visas, processing times and what to expect when you arrive in Canada

Visit on business
Applications for eTA and visitor visa for business people and how to avoid problems or delays when bringing foreign business guests to Canada

Travel and work in Canada
Information for youth to travel and work in Canada with the International Experience Canada Program

Extend your stay
Applications to stay in Canada longer as a visitor and applications to be able to return to Canada when you leave

Transit through Canada
Information for travellers and airlines about transit visas, eTAs and transit without visa programs

Carry proper identification
Documents you need to travel with, even if you don’t need a visa or eTA to travel to Canada

Get border information for visitors
Travel tips, entry requirements, prohibited or restricted goods and international events in Canada

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