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Green Light Canada offers expertise in immigration-related procedures and policies. We maintain a high rate of success, and consequently, our seamless experience in immigration processes have won the trust of both people who are planning to immigrate to Canada, and companies looking for potential employees. We always keep up to speed with the most recent changes and updates in immigration procedures and laws, and keep our clients well informed throughout the process, and adjust the course of our actions accordingly if needed.
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More than 300,000 people immigrate to Canada each year, coming to enjoy the freedom, opportunities, and safety this great country has to offer. However, we know how overwhelming the idea of immigration to Canada can be. You have dozens of questions and there is a lot of paperwork involved, often at a time when getting things done quickly matters.
That is why at Green Light Immigration we offer a full range of immigration services lead by a top Canada immigration consultants. We will tailor the immigration solution to the individual situation and connect immigrants with the educational and employment opportunities they need to settle and create a home in Canada.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (previously known as Immigration and Citizenship Canada) is the government department that is responsible for all cases that relate to:
Eligibility for immigration to Canada will be determined by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and will depend on your reason for wanting to move to Canada.
There are a variety of reasons a person might want to immigrate to Canada, and these are supported by the various immigration programs Canada offers. Many people want to come to Canada to study. Others want to work or start a business and others want to join family members who are already living in the country. We help immigrants with each of these immigration options.
Many people who immigrate to Canada are looking to work. That is why Canada has 11 skilled worker programs and 10 provincial work programs to help immigrants find a suitable job. While priority is given to immigrants who are sponsored by an employer, there are programs that also help non-sponsored immigrants find employment. These operate on a quota basis and use a point value system when evaluating work skills and previous experience.
Depending on the type of work you plan to engage in and how long you plan to stay in Canada, there are work permits for:
Close to 500,000 international students study in Canadian schools, making it one of the top reasons people immigrate to Canada. International students must apply for a study visa in order to live and go to school in Canada. They must also apply for a special work permit if they want to work during their studies.
We can help international students find information on:
Business immigration is an option for people who have the financial means to invest in or start a business in Canada, which will provide employment opportunities for Canadians and contribute to the Canadian economy. Business immigrants can enter Canada in one of two ways:
Any person who wishes to benefit from the Start-up Visa Program must:
Any person who wants to enter Canada as a Self-Employed Person must have one of the following:
For Family Sponsorship, there must be a family member who already resides in Canada and is one of the following:
If you have family members you would like to bring to Canada, we can help you sponsor them to come and join you. Family members who can be sponsored include:
In addition, family members can be sponsored to visit children or grandchildren who are living in Canada.
There are many different types of visas you can apply for when coming to Canada. The type of visa you will need will depend on the reason for your stay and the options can be confusing. When traveling from the U.S. with a stay of less than 180 days there is no visa required.
However U.S. residents, as well as foreign nationals who are visa-exempt, must have an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). The eTA is an electronic document that is linked to a traveler’s passport and will need to be renewed when a passport is renewed. The eTA will allow a traveler to stay in Canada for up to 6 months.
Permanent residency in Canada is a status granted by the Canadian government to foreign nationals who are not Canadian citizens, but who want to live and work in Canada. Permanent residents can live and work in Canada without any time limits on their stay and they have many of the same rights and responsibilities as a Canadian citizen. This is the first step in becoming a citizen of Canada.
A foreign national can apply to become a permanent resident under the following programs:
When looking for how to immigrate to Canada, your journey will begin with getting the correct visa for your stay. If you intend to remain in Canada for the long-term, you will need to explore the options of becoming a permanent resident and a Canadian citizen.
Once you have submitted your Canadian citizenship application, it will take approximately 12 months to process the application. Once approved, you will be required to take the Canadian citizenship test and go to an interview to test your language skills. Once you have passed the test and interview, you will take an Oath of Citizenship, which takes place on Canada Day and during Citizenship Week each year in locations across Canada.
For more information on how to immigrate to Canada, please contact us and one of our skilled Canada immigration consultants will be happy to help you.
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I worked with Green Light and directly with Pavel Lifanov for my PR – express entry application. I am sure everyone hates running after people for responses and answers to their questions and Pavel did a great job with walking me through the steps, following up and responding to all my inquiries always within 30 minutes or less. I have also referred multiple friends in Canada and outside of Canada to them. Great team, definitely recommend!
In 2024, Canada aims to welcome 411,000 new immigrants, in which economic immigration will produce 241,500 immigrants, family immigration to produce 103,500 immigrants and refugees and humanitarian programs to produce 66,000 new immigrants
In 2021, Canada aimed to welcome 401,000 new immigrants, in which economic immigration should produce 232,500 immigrants, family immigration producing 103,500 immigrants and refugees and humanitarian programs producing 65,000 new immigrants
In 2020, Canada aimed to welcome 341,000 new immigrants, in which economic immigration should produce 181,000 to 206,000 immigrants, family immigration producing 84,000 to 102,000 immigrants and refugees and humanitarian programs producing 47,000 to 61,500 new immigrants
IRCC surpassed its goal to make 147,000 permanent residence final decisions in the first quarter of 2024—doubling the number of final decisions in the same time period in 2023.
IRCC made over half a million decisions and welcomed over 405,000 new permanent residents in 2021—the greatest number of newcomers in a year in Canadian history. Nearly 169,000 applicants—a record number—made the transition from worker status to permanent residence in Canada.
184,606 permanent residents were welcomed into Canada. 906,911 travel documents were issued. 51,011 individuals transitioned from temporary to permanent residents.
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