Frequently Asked Questions
Moving to Canada is the best option for you by far!
Looking for a great place to live? Look no further, Canada is the place for you!
Will you find a job for me?
No. We will check your eligibility for Canada’s immigration process and in case you will be found eligible it will be very easy to find a job through your immigration program. In any case, we will help you with all of your needs including helping you find a job, place to live and schools for you and your family.
How long does the process takes?
The whole process usually takes 6-12 months. It’s mostly depends on you and how fast you will provide all the requirements. It can also be shortened depending on several circumstances such as: invitation for work, profession, degrees, years of experience etc. but, the vast majority of cases take approximately the same amount of time.
How much will the whole process cost?
The process is divided to 2 steps:
1. Initial Assessment by our Canadian Immigration Lawyers in which will tell you if you are eligible to this process and what immigration programs are available for you.
2. Choosing your desired immigration program from the initial assessment results by our Canadian Immigration Lawyers.
The average total cost of the whole immigration process is between €4,000-€6000 and it mostly depends on the immigration package which suits you the best.
Does my spouse have to take the English exam as well?
It depends on who will be the main applicant. If you have enough points on your score to be approved, your spouse won’t need to take the test. However, it is always advisable that both will take the test in one or even two languages because it adds precious points to the final score.
Does the process include my family?
Yes. The process will include your immediate family, as it is stated by the Canadian government: You + your spouse and your children up to the age of 21. Please notice that adult siblings and parents are not included in the immediate family concept.
What is "Express Entry"?
Express Entry is one of the best immigration programs created by the Canadian government. It encompasses not only the federal programs but also several of the provincial programs.
What is a "Provincial Nominee"?
A provincial nominee is a candidate that applied for Provincial Nominee Program and was nominated by the specific province. This nomination gets many points and guarantees an express entry invitation for the candidate.
What documents should I provide?
Our immigration experts will review your immigration profile and will send you a list of documents you will need to provide based on your individual situation.
What happens after I provide all the documents?
Once you have provided all the documents, one of our documentation experts will get to work making sure everything is correct. Next, the documents will be sent to one of our lawyer who will make sure everything is ready for submission, and will file the application with the Canadian government.
What if I don’t pass the English test?
Don’t worry! Although the minimal score is non-negotiable and it’s a mandatory requirement but you can take the test as many times as you need until you pass. In addition we will provide an IELTS training for every applicant which will complete all requirements.
Do you guarantee that I will get the visa to Canada?
No, there are no guarantees for getting the visa. The final decision is made by the Canadian government. We will help and guide you in getting your application ready. We do guarantee that your application will be prepared according to the strict requirements of the Canadian Government.