Ans Immigration Visa Consulting

ANS Immigration INC. offers a wide range of Canadian immigration services in the field of Work Permits, Family Class, Economics Class, Student Visa, Provincial Nominee Program etc for employers, temporary workers, individuals and their families. No matter what’s your purpose of coming to Canada, ANS Immigration Inc. has answers to all your immigration and visa questions.

Our team of regulated Canadian immigration consultant, expert immigration advisors and experienced customer service manager will help you “Live your dreams”.




Alberta located in the western region of the country, is the country’s main producer of crude oil, natural gas, and related products.

British colombia

This culturally diversified and one of Canada’s largest provinces is a hotbed of economic development. The British Columbia…


Manitoba is the fifth most populous province in the country and its provincial capital is Winnipeg which was founded in 1760.

New Brunswick

The New Brunswick province is situated on the eastern coast of Canada on the Atlantic Ocean. It is bounded by Quebec to the west and…

Newfoundland & Labrado

The Eastern Canada province’s Provincial Nominee Program includes a variety of immigration categories to fit a variety of…

Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s 13 provinces and territories. After Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia is Canada’s second-smallest province…..
North Western Territories
The Northwest Territory (NWT) is the second-largest of Canada’s three territories by area. Yellowknife is the capital of the Northwest Territories…

Located in central Canada, The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is offers a wide range of job opportunities to skilled workers….

Prince edward island

Prince Edward Island is a Canadian province on the country’s east coast, in the Atlantic region. Prince Edward Island’s diversified…


Saskatchewan is the country’s sixth-largest province in terms of population. It is Canada’s seventh-largest province in terms…


The Yukon Territory is situated between the Northwest Territories and British Columbia. Yukon is a Canadian territory that…

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If you intend to hire the services of a professional to represent your interests before the Canadian immigration authorities, only authorised representatives who are members in good standing of a Canadian Law Society or Immigration Consultants who are licensed by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants are permitted to act as your representative under Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Authorized representatives:

  1. Have a license to practice and give advice related to Canadian Immigration.
  2. Help you choose the best immigration program for you
  3. Complete and submit your immigration or citizenship application on your behalf
  4. Communicate with the Government of Canada on your behalf
  5. Represent you in an immigration or citizenship application or hearing
  6. Advertise that they can give immigration or citizenship advice

It is always in the best interest to discuss the services Immigration and Citizenship Consultant can provide as well as their fee. Best practise is to make sure to get a written contract and read it carefully before you sign it. Before signing contract or agreement it is your responsibility to understand and ensure it lists all the services, they’ll give you and clearly states the fee you discussed.

We at ANS Immigration are transparent in terms of fee details and list all the charges involved in the application processing upfront to our clients. This makes it easier for our clients to know the procedure and cost involved at each step of their application process. Our processing fees are in Canadian dollars and they’re the same for any applicant in the same category around the world.

Tips to protect yourself from fraud:

  1. Be careful of anything that sounds too good to be true
  2. Beware of representatives who encourage you to provide false information in your application.
  3. Don't sign application forms that aren't completed.
  4. Never leave original documents or photos with your representative.
  5. Don’t sign forms or documents unless you can read them. If you don’t understand them, ask someone to translate.
  6. Make sure to get complete set of hardcopy or electronic papers from your representative.


Frequently Asked Questions

Ans Immigration

End-to-end assistance with your application is included in full representation packages (s). While consultation packages are strictly limited to the time allotted for consultation, Everyone is looking for the greatest immigration expert to meet their requirements. People frequently think about things like experience, dependability, certification, and communication ease. However, with constantly rising prices in Canada, the total cost of fulfilling immigration goals may be higher than anticipated.

During a pandemic, the safety of our clients and employees is essential. Due to COVID-19, in-office appointments with immigration consultants are currently unavailable. we provide both phone and online immigration consultations with a screen-sharing capability and an online secured client login portal which allows you to exchange all of the information and papers required for your application with us. However, existing clients, can schedule document drop-offs if necessary.

We are involved in Canada Immigration since 2018 When it comes to Canadian immigration experience, the number of years in the sector isn't the only thing to consider. It's also important to think about the extent of your knowledge as well as the quality of clients experience For example, a 10 year old law business may help clients better if there are no changes in the law but Canadian immigration is changing everyday. Canada immigration required updated knowledge as compare wide experience.

Yes. Most of our clients were turned down at least once before contacting us. However, we will need to meet with you for an initial session to analyse your specific situation and reasons for refusal to ensure that we are able to accept your case.

Only professional advised and assistance are included in our prices. In addition, HST may be imposed. Government fees and disbursements, medical insurance premiums, medical examination fees, language exam fees etc are paid directly to the government or to third parties. Please visit the IRCC's website to learn more about their processing fees.

ANS will make every effort to increase your chances of success. No one can guarantee that your application will be approved because the final decision is made only by the immigration officer. Please be cautious of ghost consultants and unethical agents who "promise results" or offer "success rates" to attract your interest. What happens if my application get Rejected ? In case, your application is initially rejected due to incomplete information or documentation, we will resubmit it once for free. This does not include government fees. We will not support client If it found you have provided fraudulent, misleading information.


The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is a classification system that applies to all jobs in Canada. The organisation in charge of developing NOC is ESDC, or Employment and Social Development Canada. Of course, ESDC reviews NOC every five years to ensure that it remains meaningful and relatable.

TEER is an acronym that stands for Training, Education, Experience, and Responsibilities. Naturally, this new term replaces skill levels in order to better categorise jobs based on their requirements.
TEER categories are divided into six levels ranging from 0 to 5. TEER Category 0 is analogous to NOC Type 0. However, the remaining categories are distinct from skill types.

NOC 2021 is the latest version of NOC. While it shows many changes, the most prominent one is replacing the old skill levels with TEER categories.

TOEFL was once the most widely used English test in the world. TOEFL was acknowledged as a measure of eligibility by almost all English-speaking universities. When compared to IELTS and Canada Language Benchmark (CLB), IRCC has shown resistance to TOEFL for Canadian immigration.

If you attempted to enter Canada and were denied, you are most likely inadmissible. You are inadmissible if you participated in an assessment at a Port of Entry or a Diplomatic Mission and were told you could not enter.

Many people who wish to work in Canada must obtain a work permit. To be approved, you must, of course, go through a special process. You will eventually be able to pick up your permit at a port of entry. The Canadian government will never send you a work permit via email. Be wary of con artists, and don't believe a work permit sent to you via email.