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SERVICE PACKAGE

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This is an all-inclusive package of services which provides comprehensive consultation and assistance to clients. Clients can rest assured that their immigration application is being completely handled by professionals, and they need not stress themselves unnecessarily

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Spousal Sponsorship

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You can sponsor your spouse, common-law, or conjugal partner to become a Canadian permanent resident. You may sponsor your spouse regardless of whether the spouse is currently living inside or outside of Canada.

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Spousal Sponsorship Appeal

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You can appeal to refute the decision of a visa officer given against your spouse. Being a sponsor you must file a notice of appeal within 30 days of receiving the decision, according to section 63(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

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Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship

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20,000 applications were accepted in 2019 by IRCC on the basis of first come first serve. This popular immigration stream allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their parents and grandparents for permanent residency. The PGP Expression of Interest forms were made available starting January 28th, 2019 at 12:00 PM EST. The portal link to the Interest to Sponsor forms was closed within 10 minutes due to having met the 27,000 application intake limit out of which 20,000 applications were chosen.

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Dependent Children and Other Sponsorship

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Dependent children may be eligible to come to Canada in order to reside with their parents. This includes adopted children. An orphaned brother, sister, nephew, niece, or grandchild may also be eligible under this category. In exceptional circumstances, other family members may also be eligible.

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Parent(s) and Grandparent(s) Sponsorship Appeals

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According to section 63(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) a sponsor has a right to appeal to the Immigration Refugee Board (IRB) when a visa officer refuses a parents/grandparents application. If a visa officer is not satisfied based on the information provided by the sponsor and his/her parents/grandparents, (s)he refuses the application based on various reasons.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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The main objective of the ADR Program is to achieve early resolution for parties involved in the appeal process. ADR offers an informal, less confrontational and more consensual approach for dealing with the IAD’s appeals. In this way, the ADR Program is considered a quick, simple, and fair route to a resolution.

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Admissibility Hearings & Admissibility Appeals

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An admissibility hearing can be held in order to decide if you are allowed to come into or stay in Canada, if you are a permanent resident or a foreign national. An admissibility appeal allows foreign nationals with permanent resident visas, some permanent residents and some protected persons who have had removal orders issued against them at an examination or admissibility hearing appeal to the IRB’s Immigration Appeal Division.

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Humanitarian & Compassionate Applications (H&C)

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One of the most discrete areas of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) is section 25, Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) Applications. Applications to become a permanent resident on humanitarian and compassionate grounds are approved only in exceptional circumstances. The applicant must clearly demonstrate that they would experience unusual and undeserved or disproportionate hardship if they were required to leave Canada.

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Canadian Experience Class

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The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration category for Canada's temporary foreign workers who wish to become permanent residents. Temporary foreign workers are ideal candidates for Canadian immigration (permanent residency). Having obtained Canadian work experience, these individuals have already adapted the Canadian way of life and have established important networks in their communities and careers.

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Federal Skilled Worker (FSW)

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Foreign skilled workers and professionals are always needed in Canada. One of the objectives of Canadian immigration is to welcome skilled newcomers who will contribute to Canada's growing economy. Federal Skilled Worker applications are assessed based on an applicant's ability to become economically established upon immigrating to Canada.

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Interview Preparation

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During the immigration application process, you may be called in for an interview. The interviewing officer asks a variety of questions to assess the bona-fides of the relationship between you and your spouse. If a sponsor is visiting his/her spouse outside Canada, they may be interviewed as well. In within Canada interviews, both the sponsor and applicant are interviewed.

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Temporary Resident Visa

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If you wish to visit Canada, you must submit a temporary resident visa application at a Canadian embassy, high commission, consulate abroad, or a designated place if you are from a country which requires a visa. From visa exempt countries, an ETA is required to enter Canada by air but not by sea or land.

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CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP

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Applicants will be required to be physically present in Canada for 3 out of 5 years before applying for citizenship. Under the previous Act, the requirement was 4 out of 6 years. Additionally, the requirement that applicants must be physically present in Canada for 183 days in 4 out of 6 years preceding their application has been repealed.

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Parents and Grandparents Super Visa

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Another option for bringing parents and grandparents to Canada is the Super Visa program. Successful applicants receive a 10-year multiple-entry visitor visa that allows parents and grandparents to spend an extended period of time with their loved ones in Canada. Parents and grandparents can stay up-to 2 years in each entry to Canada.

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Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)

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A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) may be issued to an individual to enter Canada on a temporary basis who would otherwise be inadmissible to Canada because of his or her security, criminality, health, and misrepresentation matters etc., according to Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR).

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PR Card Matters

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People with permanent resident status in Canada can apply to obtain their first PR Card, Renewal, and Replace a lost/stolen/destroyed/or never received PR Card. Permanent residents who comply with section 28 of IRPA are eligible to renew their PR Cards every 5 years.

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Residency Obligation Appeals

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According to section 28 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), a permanent resident must comply with the residency obligation to keep his or her permanent resident status. If a person stays outside Canada for more than three years and is found in non compliance to section 28 of IRPA, he or she is given right of appeal for residency obligations.

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Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC)

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If an applicant has been the subject of a removal order from Canada and wants to return to Canada, he or she will probably need an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC). Whether he or she needs Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC), depends on the type of removal order that was issued to him or her.

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Pre Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA)

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Sections 112 to 116 of Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), and sections 160 to 174 of Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) have provisions of Pre Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA). Canada is committed to ensuring that people being removed from Canada are not sent to a country where they would be in danger or at risk of persecution. If you are facing removal from Canada, you may be eligible for a pre-removal risk assessment.

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Extension of Status

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When you arrive at the port of entry in Canada, a Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) Officer stamps your passport/travel document and records the date by which you must leave Canada. The officer also notes any terms and conditions related to your visit. There may be times you wish to extend your status or change the conditions of your visit. If you wish to extend your status date, you should apply 30 days before your status expires.

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Statutory Declarations

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In Canadian jurisdiction, statutory declarations are sworn statements of facts written down and sworn to by the declarant before individuals who are authorized to administer oaths. Rajpal Singh Hothi is authorized as a commissioner for oaths in Ontario, Canada, all the judicial districts of Quebec, all the jurisdictions in Canada, and in all countries.

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Affidavits

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An affidavit is a written sworn statement of fact(s) voluntarily made by an affiant or deponent under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorized to do so by law. Such statement is witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant’s signature by a notary public or a commissioner for oaths.

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Miscellaneous Services

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A search letter is a document provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRRC), that the applicant is a permanent resident in Canada and has not obtained a Canadian citizenship yet. Usually this document is required.

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In-Home Caregiver Program

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Under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), families can hire foreign caregivers. Caregivers are individuals who are qualified to care independently for children, the elderly or people who have disabilities. The program exists because of a recognized shortage of Live-in caregivers in Canada . The government therefore not only allows temporary entry to foreigners into Canada to work as LIC, but permits such persons to apply and achieve landed status from within Canada.

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Express Entry

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Express Entry is a new electronic management application system for immigration to Canada. It is not a new immigration program. Rather, it facilitates the selection and processing of Canada's economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, the Canadian Experience Class, and a portion of the Provincial Nomination Programs.

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Study in Canada

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Canada has one of the best and most respected education systems in the world. Every year, thousands of students from other countries pursue their educational goals in Canada. A study permit is required for more than a 6 months study in Canada.

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