Canadapt Consulting is an Immigration Consultant in Toronto, providing Canadian Immigration Services to individuals and families aiming to immigrate, start business, and sponsor their family members with the purpose of immigrating to Canada permanently.
As a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, the company evaluates the applicants’ background, suggests the best immigration option and starts the process. The team of ICCRC licensed Immigration Consultants takes every case individually and handles the process efficiently and effectively.
How can Canadapt Consulting help me?
All Canadian immigration related forms and guides are published on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website and available to everyone.
However, the complexity and huge variety of Canadian immigration programs and legal pathways make self-assessment tools not always reliable and do not give you the full picture, that leads to common errors causing unnecessary delays.
Our licensed immigration consultants will help you with:
- Professional assessment
- Personalized solutions based on your background and current situation
- Preparation of the required documents to ensure you’re awarded the maximum number of Canadian immigration points that you are entitled to
- Preparation of a submission letter, addressed to the appropriate IRCC Visa Office
- Explanatory letters required for your case
- Completion and submission of full application package
- Communicate with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on your behalf
- Make additional written and/or oral representation to the IRCC Office and/or to the other related Canadian Government agencies, as necessary
While our immigration consultants will be working on your application, you can focus on your qualifications improving professional and language skills to immigrate more prepared.
What is Express Entry?
Express Entry is an electronic management application system for immigration to Canada.
It is not an immigration program. It facilitates the selection and processing of Canada’s economic immigration programs, including:
- Federal Skilled Worker
- Federal Skilled Trades
- Canadian Experience
- a portion of the Provincial Nominee Programs
Applicants make an “expression of interest” (EOI) in immigrating to Canada; and, if they are eligible for at least one of the aforementioned programs, they then enter the Express Entry pool. The federal government and provincial governments, as well as Canadian employers, are then able to select candidates from this pool. The candidates will then receive an Invitation To Apply (ITA) for immigration to Canada under one of the programs.
Do I need a job offer to immigrate under Express Entry?
Not necessarily, though for many candidates, obtaining a valid job offer from a Canadian employer significantly increases their chances for receiving an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
Find out your pathway with Canadian immigration consultant in Toronto by starting free online assessment.
How do I get started?
Whether you’re planning to visit Canada, immigrate permanently or move your business, there are over 80 different programs and pathways to apply for gaining temporary or permanent status in Canada.
In order to determine your eligibility, please fill out this online evaluation form. It takes about 5 minutes to submit, and our immigration consultants will carefully assess and get back to you within 2-3 business days.
After reviewing your profile one of our licensed immigration consultants will contact you inviting to Initial Consultation. During this phone/online call consultation the consultant will determine the available pathway and create personalized immigration strategy.
Can I buy a business in Canada while on a tourist visa?
Yes, it is possible to own a business in Canada while being on a tourist visa.
You will have to meet certain requirements, and regulations are different depending on the type of the business you buy and the Canadian province in which the business operates.
Our business immigration specialists assist entrepreneurs and business people in buying businesses in Canada or establishing a new business.
Please feel free to contact us for more details.
Who can I include in my application?
You must include your spouse/common-law partner/conjugal partner and any dependent children under 22 years in the application. If dependent children are 22 and older, they must be full-time students in Canada. Your dependents will be subject to medical and security clearance requirements. A change in family status after your application has been submitted may affect the processing of your application.
To point out, you can not include your parents in your application. However, Canadian citizens and permanent residents may bring their parents and grandparents to Canada through one of two popular programs: Family Class sponsorship and/or the Super Visa program.
IRCC affords equal rights under the Canada immigration application process to same-sex partners.
What is the procedure to study in Canada?
First, you need to get admission to a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI) recognized by the government of Canada. Upon receiving a letter of acceptance from a DLI, he or she may be able to apply for a study permit online or by mail.
Please be advised that new study permits are issued at a Canadian port of entry. An applicant who has submitted an application to a foreign Canadian Visa Office will be issued a letter of approval advising him or her to travel to a Canadian port of entry to have the permit issued. The permit is generally issued for the duration of the person’s studies.
Do you guarantee a visa approval?
Please be informed that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) is the only organization who decide whether or not to issue a visa.
However, our team of immigration consultants work very hard to maximize applicants’ chances of success.
If you have received a “guarantee” for obtaining a visa from a consultant, you should immediately raise a concern to avoid being a victim of scam.
For contacting governmental officials regarding a fraudulent activity contact here.