(Below is a transcription of this video)
As many of you may know, there are many different routes to get permanent residence:
For example, there’s the federal skilled worker category. There’s the family class where you’re sponsored by a relative. There’s the business route where you can potentially invest in a province and apply under the
Provincial Nominee Program. There’s also applying for a temporary resident visa where you can ultimately apply for permanent resident down the road.
There’s many, many different options. These days Canadian immigration law is very complex. The good news is that there are so many different ways to potentially qualify or get qualified for Canadian immigration. In the past
there weren’t as many options. Now with the provincial programs we have many provinces in Canada and each province, or most of the provinces, have their own Provincial Nominee Program.
In addition, we have the federal program which offers different options as well. The trick to qualifying, to getting permanent residence is to understand what each person’s case is all about. That’s the challenge. I
recommend a detailed consultation to find out what your situation is, what are your credentials, what are your goals, what are your timelines, and what is the best route to go to get your permanent residence?
That’s the first step. Once we map out a plan, then we can execute it. We can follow it and get you to where you want to go. Our goal as immigration lawyers is to, first and foremost, understand what your needs are and understand your situation. Then we can take it from there. If you’re interested in Canadian immigration, feel free to contact us or go on our website at www.visaplace.com. We’ll be more than happy to discuss your case.
There’s an online assessment that we have on our website that’s really good because what you do is you fill out some forms and answer some questions, and that enables us to really understand your situation even before we talk to you. This way we can map out a plan for you and get you to Canada.
Thank you, and have a great day.
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