You can apply as soon as you have the documents that you need. However, you will not get a Health Card until after the 3-month waiting period after your arrival.
It depends upon factors like the nature of job you want to do, the country of your education and experience. Our team will give you step by step guidance to achieve your goal.
- Be over 18 years of age
- Provide proof that you know how to speak and write in 1 of Canada’s official languages (either English or French)
- Be a Permanent Resident (PR)
- Have lived in Canada as a PR for at least 4 years out of the 6 years (1,460 days) before you apply
Decision to leave familiar surroundings and adapt to another social and cultural environment should not be taken lightly. Our office will guide you to find a place of your interest to live by providing realtor database. We will assist you to know the basic cost of living in your adopted city before you move.
The Government of Canada can refuse entry to any animal that does not meet its import requirements. Under the National Animal Health Program, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) establishes import requirements for all animals and animal products entering Canada-including domestic pets.
Vehicles brought into Canada for personal use are duty free. Some restrictions may apply. Cars must meet Canadian safety and pollution control standards.
Once you move to your permanent residence, we will help you to find the schools for your children in accord with your residence address.
You need to inform at the very beginning of your arrival enabling us to prepare a new contract for the required additional days stay.
Yes we do.
We help you to pursue higher studies.
We also help you to get government aids for your schooling if you are eligible.
We understand how important is to be with community and we will give assist you for various available community services at your locality.