Canada is one of the world’s top immigration destinations, with over 250,000 new immigrants arriving in Canada every year to take advantage of the country’s strong economy and progressive immigration system – a system so progressive that the Canadian government’s statistics department predicts that by 2031 over half of all working age people in the country will have been born overseas.

With the current level of opportunity for migrants there has never been a better time to apply for a Canadian visa. The Canada immigration section of our website has been created to help those seeking to live and work in Canada to get their visas promptly and with a minimum of trouble, and our dedicated in-house Canadian immigration consultant the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council can help with all of you Canadian visa needs.


  • The skilled worker category is a very popular visa programme intended for people with high levels of skills and experience 
  • The Canadian business immigiration category   is specially designed to attract skilled businesspeople to Canada 
  • The Provincial Nominee Program helps employers in Quebec and other provinces to meet their needs by hiring migrant workers 
  • There are also a number of family immigiration programs  in Canada; 40 percent of the annual immigration to Canada is under the family reunion and refugee programs

Skilled Worker Category

With our Canadian immigration guides moving to Canada is easy and hassle free. Go to our relevant links for extensive information about Canada visas, Canadian work permits, Canadian citizenship/permanent residence, and more.

In January 2015 Canada instituted the new Express Entry system for skilled immigration and permanent residence. The system uses a two stage online process for applications. Prospective migrants first fill out an express entry   profile, and if they meet the eligibility requirements are entered into a selection pool.

Express Entry Ranking

Applicants are then ranked according to the information entered on their profile. Factors taken into consideration include, but are not limited to:

  • Skills 
  • Work experience 
  • English and French Language abilities 
  • Education

Express Entry Visa Categories

The highest ranking applicants will then be invited to apply for permanent residence under one of three skilled immigration categories, these include the:

  • Federal skilled worker program: allows skilled professionals with significant work experience, employability, and adaptability to gain legal permanent residence in Canada. 
  • Federal skilled trades program: allows skilled workers with experience in a selected number of trades to gain legal permanent residence in Canada. 
  • Canada experience class : a popular route to permanent residence for migrants with previous Canadian work experience, such as international students. 

Please see our dedicated visa pages for the above categories for more details on each visa type, including requirements and information on how to score points for your visa.


Our dedicated team of immigration specialists can help with creating your Express Entry profile, ensuring that you are ranked as highly as possible, as well as with applications once you are invited to apply. All applications for Canadian visas are dealt with in-house by a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Business immigiration category :

  • The Canada Business Immigration Category of visas was designed to attract experienced business people to Canada. Successful candidates are those who can invest in Canada, start businesses in Canada and generate revenues and employment for Canadians.
  • In 2013, over 9000 business migrants were allowed entry into Canada. In 2015-2016, the government target is to welcome a similar number of Canada business immigrants.
  • In order to encourage the development of a strong, prosperous economic environment, the Canadian government seeks business people with sufficient business experience and the necessary assets

Canada business visa categories

  • Immigirant investor venture capital: aimed at those with a personal net worth of at least $10 million CND, and willing to make an at-risk investment of at least $2 million CND into Canada’s Immigrant Investor Venture Capital fund. This category is not always available, and was temporarily closed on December 30th
  • Start up visa: aimed at successful business owners or part-owners with significant experience who have the intention and ability to own and manage a business in Canada, which generates revenues and employment.
  • Self employed immigiration visa: aimed at persons with relevant experience in world-class athletics or cultural activities or with farm management experience, who have the intention and ability to become self-employed in Canada;

Family Immigiration Programs

The Canadian Government does understand that families wish to be together and immigration is permitted for many members of the family. Some family members – such as spouses and dependent children – can be included on the initial visa application for new immigrants to Canada, while parents, grandparents, and others must be sponsored by Canadian citizens and permanent residents

Requirements for family immigration

Spouses and Partners

Your spouse or common-law partner can normally be included in your own application for immigration. A common-law partner is defined as a person of any sex (including same-sex partners) who has been living with you as a partner for at least 1 year. Similar information needs to be provided for your partner as for the “Principal Applicant” (yourself) on the visa application form.

Your spouse’s dependent children can also be included on your visa application.

This is normally a straightforward family immigration application to make


As of August 2014 only dependent children under the age of 19 can be included in your visa application, except in the case of children with certain physical and/or mental disabilities and health conditions, who have no age limit. Previously children up to the age of 22 could be included.

A dependent child is defined as any child under the age of 19 who does not have a spouse or partner, or any child of any age who is financially dependent on you (or your spouse) due to a physical or mental disability or health condition.

If you or your spouse’s dependent children have dependent children of their own, these children can also be included on your visa application

Parents and Grandparents

In most cases parents cannot be included on the initial visa application, and must instead be sponsored by a permanent resident or citizen, except in rare cases where the parents or grandparents are living in some hardship, and there are compelling humanitarian and compassionate reasons to allow them to be included on the initial application


In order to sponsor your parents and grandparents to enter Canada as permanent residents you and your parent(s)/grandparent(s) must co-sign a sponsorship agreement, which states:

  • That you will provide them with financial support if necessary – such as if they become unemployed, for a period of between 3 and 10 years. 

That your parent(s)/grandparent(s) will take all reasonable measures to support themselves financially


You may be unable sponsor your parents or grandparents if any of the following conditions apply:

  • You did not abide by the financial support conditions for another relative you sponsored in the past. 
  • You have ever defaulted on a court support order, such as a child support order. 
  • Have ever received benefits/financial support from the Canadian government (except support for a disability) 
  • Have ever been convicted of a violent or sexual offence, or any offence against a relative. 
  • Have ever missed payments, made late payments, or defaulted on an immigration loan. 
  • You are currently in prison. 
  • You are currently declared bankrupt.

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