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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.

You will not be able to access your application from the IRCC Portal if you have full representation Rather than using the usual client site, all applications are filed through the IRCC Authorized Representative Portal. our experts keep an eye on every file update and provide all IRCC messages to our clients within one business day.

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.

Some people are barred from entering Canada. "Inadmissibility" is the term used by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. You could be denied entry to Canada for a variety of reasons:
Security Risk
Human or International rights violations
Criminal Inadmissibility
Medical Inadmissibility
Residency Obligation

All are packages are on competitive rates as compared to other immigration lawyer. Our team is constantly working remotely and supporting our client on their best efforts however If you hire our immigration firm for two separate applications, you will receive upto 10% discount on the second package. All our returning customers receive upto 20 % discount if you have already retained us for complete representation packages and now require assistance with your status extension or restoration.


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. Despite a nearly 550,000-strong immigration backlog, Canada plans to accept up to 420,000 immigrants in 2022. Of course, this method will not eliminate the backlog. However, this will be the first time in Canadian history that we will accept so many immigrants.

The answer is simple: NO. An invitation to apply simply indicates that you have piqued the attention of immigration officials. Of course, it's also possible that you fit the criteria. The final decision will be made when you have submitted all your documentation. Officers may conduct an interview with you on occasion. They may even contact your companies or financial organisations to verify the authenticity of your documents. As a result, while the ITA is an important stage in the immigration process, it does not ensure success.

When you apply online, you must first demonstrate your interest by completing an online form. This procedure is known as an Expression of Interest (EOI) in most PNP and federal programmes. As a result, you complete an online form and respond to a series of questions. Of course, you may be required to upload files or provide certain reference numbers, such as those included in your ECA report. You will never receive an Invitation to Apply if you do not submit an EOI form (ITA).

If IRCC grants your PR application, you will be issued a COPR. The term "Confirmation of Permanent Residence" is an abbreviation for "Confirmation of Permanent Residence." A typical COPR certifies that you are now a permanent resident of Canada. Nonetheless, it contains important personal information about you.

APR stands for Application for Permanent Residence. Every person who wants to become a permanent resident in Canada must apply first. Of course, applications involve several forms and documents. Regardless of the type of application, you sometimes apply on paper and sometimes online. However, oral applications are not available to permanent resident cases. In other words, for APR, you must submit a written request, either on paper or electronically.

Many temporary residents in Canada now have an immigration option thanks to the government of Canada. Of course, this option is known as the TR to PR Pathway. TR is an abbreviation for Temporary Residence. PR is an abbreviation for Permanent Residence. As a result, this path allows certain temporary residents to become permanent residents. This programme covers three different immigration options. It began on May 6, 2021 and will end on November 5, 2021. However, once a programme has reached its capacity, IRCC will no longer accept new applications.

Your destination could be anywhere in Canada because it is federal. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows you to nominate someone from a specific Canadian province or territory. However, the province of Quebec programmes primarily invites people who are fluent in French. You must, relocate to the province of Quebec.

If you want to live in a specific province in Canada, then you choose PNP. Unlike federal immigration programmes, the PNP focuses on a single Canadian province. Not every PNP immigrant who moves out of the province is misrepresenting. There are occasions when a decision is made for good reason. For example, if you can't find work in your home province, you'll have no choice but to leave. If the province accuses you of lying and request IRCC that your permanent resident status should be revoked. IRCC, on the other hand, carries the burden of proof in demonstrating you misrepresented.

Immigrants to Canada must demonstrate that they intend to live independently and without relying on social assistance. Of course, there are numerous ways to confirm your desire to be a self-sufficient newcomer in Canada. Regardless, the LICO table is a necessary tool for this purpose.

To determine your financial admissibility, an immigration officer may look at your skills, work experience, educational credentials, and assets. Nonetheless, one of the most important ways to demonstrate your independence is through settlement funds. Settlement funds, of course, refer to the amount of money you can bring to Canada as a newcomer. The LICO table is used by immigration authorities to assess the sufficiency of settlement funds.

A work reference letter clarifies issues such as the following:


Your company's name

When did you start working for the company?

Your position within the company

Whether the job was full-time or part-time

If the job was unpaid or paid

Your job responsibilities are listed below.

Your pay

When you finished working for the company or if it is a continuing job

An offer of employment could include things like the following:


The letterhead indicates that the employer is Canadian.

When would you be able to begin the job?

If the offer is open-ended or has a time limit,

Is it a full-time or part-time position

Is it remunerated or unremunerated

applicant responsibilities

The ESDC must approve the majority of job offers (Employment and Social Development Canada). Most jobs require a positive LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) before you can begin the work permit process. The LMIA process is both time-consuming and expensive. The employer is required to cover all expenses. As a result, ensure the following:

The employee must be active for several years and have some full-time employees (the more the better)

The employer should not be on the ESDC's blacklist.

The employer must be willing to cover all necessary expenses for you. The extent to which the employer is committed is determined by the salary offered to you in comparison to the median salary offered to a Canadian or permanent resident of Canada.

If you want to work in Canada after you arrive, you can apply for a work permit.

are studying in Canada with a valid study permit, working in Canada with a valid work permit, hold a temporary resident permit (TRP) valid for six months or more, are not a business visitor but legally working in Canada without a permit, a dependent child, a spouse, or a common-law partner of either, are applying for a work permit under NAFTA, and have received a positive referral from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, applied for a work permit before entering Canada and the application was approved in writing but IRCC has not issued the permit, a refugee claimant awaiting a Refugee Protection Division hearing (some exceptions apply), hold an unenforceable removal order, applied for permanent residency under the spouse or common-law partner in Canada class, a protected person, have successfully completed stage one of an H&C application.

The straightforward answer is "NO" When you apply for Express Entry, you must demonstrate that your employer is willing to hire you once you become a permanent resident. This requirement is supported by a pre-arranged job offer. On the contrary, old job offers do not usually include supporting clauses for your permanent residence application.

The performing arts are an important part of culture. The performing arts are taken seriously in Canada. C23 refers to a Special Work Permit for Performing Artists.

Theatrical: - performances in the form of “plays, musicals, opera, ballet, illusion, mime, classical Indian dance, kabuki, mummers’ plays, improvisational theatre, stand-up comedy, pantomime, and non-conventional or contemporary forms like postmodern theatre, post-dramatic theatre, or performance art1.”

Dance: - such as classical Indian dance, Latin or rhythm,  experimental or freestyle dances, swing dance,  traditional African and African-American dance, ballroom dance , traditional Iranian Dance, Azerbaijani dances, street dance, historical dance, folk dance, etc.

Music: such as classical, pop, progressive, religious, rock, soul, jazz, blues, and so on

When you apply to IRCC, they set a date for your children's ages to be locked in. As a result, if your child was younger than 22 at the time of the age lock-in date, it makes absolutely no difference how long it takes IRCC to process your application (exemptions apply). Assume you apply on May 1, 2020, and your child is 21 at the time. However, the officer completes the application review on May11, 2022, when your child is 23. Since IRCC locked your child's age on May11, 2022, they will keep them in the application as long as they are still single.

Most people have some embarrassing secrets in their lives. Disclosing such information to others is difficult. However, if the other person is an immigration officer, hiding secrets may have consequences. Hiding material facts while applying online or on paper is called "misrepresentation". If an officer decides you have misrepresented, you may face one or more of the following circumstances.

The application was turned down.

For a period of 60 months, you will be ineligible to enter Canada.

Getting an eviction notice

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.

A temporary resident permit is a document that allows you to enter/stay in Canada for a limited time, as determined by the Canada Border Services Agency and/or Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. TRP holders are subject to stricter requirements (particularly limited time), and TRPs can be revoked at any time at the discretion of the Canadian government

If you have been ordered or physically removed from Canada, you may need to apply for permission to return. The Canadian government grants you permission to apply for a TRP through this authorization (as removal orders make you otherwise inadmissible to Canada). Depending on where you apply, a separate form may be required, or you may apply on a temporary residence visa (TRV) form (the same form on which you would apply for a TRP). The visa offices in Vienna and London, for example, each have their own ARC forms. Before applying, it is best to contact us or a visa office near you.

People are not barred from applying for a TRV within Canada, according to IRCC. As a result, if you are a visitor to Canada, you can apply for a new TRV online. However, ensure that you have legal status in Canada and indicate this on your forms. If you apply for a Visitor Record within Canada, you will not be issued a TRV. As a result, you will need to apply for a TRV separately. Of course, if your TRV is still valid, you don't need to apply for a new one.

IMP C42 :- A foreign national (Spouses of International student) with an open work permit, issued under is permitted to work for any employer in Canada. As a result, you could work for a third party or start your own business. Some work permits may impose restrictions on the region in which you can work or the nature of your work.

Spouses of Temporary foreign worker (TFW) with an open work permit issued under is permitted to work for any employer in Canada. As a result, you could work for a third party or start your own business. Some work permits may impose restrictions on the region in which you can work or the nature of your work. To qualify for this work permit application, you must meet the certain criteria

Occasionally, a large group of people enters Canada illegally. Such irregularities are investigated by the Minister of Public Safety. The Minister may become aware that those individuals are involved in a human smuggling scheme. When the group is large enough, it is impossible to conduct an effective and timely examination. As a result, they may identify those people as designated foreign nationals. 

Sometimes Canadian provinces offer one-of-a-kind family reunification opportunities to their residents. Of course, for more information, you should visit the relevant websites or consult with a professional. However, there are unique provincial options for family sponsorship immigration to Canada in 2022.

Entrepreneurs and innovative business individuals are the focus of the Start-up Visa immigration program. The purpose is to influence these individuals to immigrate to Canada and start enterprises that will be successful both locally and globally.

If you have an innovative concept that could boost the Canadian economy, the SUV could be a viable option. However, you must first go through a designated organisation to run your concept. If the group agrees with your idea, you may be permitted to immigrate to Canada. Furthermore, you may be able to obtain a work visa in Canada while you wait for permanent residence. But don't get sidetracked! Due to the competitiveness and limited annual targets, this is one of the most difficult and expensive immigration options. As a result, be prepared for several other unexpected costs and inconveniences.

Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories. Each of these provinces or territories has its own legal system. One of these law societies is comprised of Canadian lawyers. Section 91 of the IRPA allows a lawyer who is a member in good standing of one of Canada's law societies to represent clients before immigration authorities. Lawyers' areas of practise are not limited to immigration. They may be involved in criminal litigation, civil lawsuits, real-estate transfers, and other matters.

The Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants are another group of licenced representatives. An RCIC is a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, also known as ICCRC. To become an RCIC, a person must complete a 500-hour approved training programme and demonstrate excellent knowledge of the English or French languages, among other requirements, according to the ICCRC. Almost all an RCIC's training is directly related to immigration law and practise. However, RCICs are not trained in other areas of the law. In other words, RCICs are more involved in the immigration process, whereas lawyers are more involved in litigation.