We provide Canada immigration services to match your Canadian Immigration needs.

Under the direction of Senior Attorney David Cohen, our Canadian immigration law firm will:

  • Facilitate your Application Process
  • Once you retain our Canada immigration services, we will:
    • Determine your Canadian immigration category
    • Prepare, perfect and submit your application
    • Communicate with your Canadian Immigration Visa Office
    • Prepare you for your personal interview
    • Track your application until your Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa is issued
  • Provide you with our Canada Work Permit Services
    • Verification of the job offer's eligibility
    • Preparation and submission of your application
    • Communicate with the appropriate government office
    • Track your application until your Canada Work Permit is issued
  • Provide you with our Study in Canada Services
    • Evaluate your eligibility for a Canadian study permit
    • Provide you with tools and resources to assist you in your Canadian study objectives
    • Ensure that you are familiar with pathways to Canadian permanent residence through education
    • Evaluate your eligibility for a Post-Graduation Work Permit
  • Ease your Settlement in Canada
    To help you with your settlement in Canada, we will:
    • Provide you with our Canada Job Search Tool and our employment resources
    • Prepare you for your arrival at a Canadian port of entry
    • Explain your Canadian Residency obligations
    • Advise you about Canadian Citizenship and assist you with an application for citizenship if and when you are eligible

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