Have Questions During Application Preparation?
1-on-1 live video conference with a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) licensed both with the CICC and the MIFI.
How it goes
Book an appointment online
Prepare your questions in advance and send them to the RCIC
Join an online live meeting and communicate with a consultant
Seeking Expert Review of Your Application Documents?
How it goes
Send your application materials, including all forms and supporting documents, to email@example.com
Our consultant will thoroughly review your application and schedule a 45-minute video conference to address any concerns and provide feedback.
If you require additional consultation hours, they are available at the regular rate of $150 for a 45-minute session.
Do you want to work, study, visit, travel through or live permanently in Canada? Answer a few questions to find out what immigration programs you can apply for.
This online form is developed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Each province and territory has its own “streams” and requirements. To be nominated by a province or territory, you must follow the instructions on their website and contact them directly.
The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is Canada’s national system for describing occupations.
You can search the NOC to find where an occupation is classified or to learn about its main duties, educational requirements, or other useful information.
You must prove your language skills by taking an approved language test.
When you apply to become a permanent resident or a Canadian citizen, you and your family members must include a police certificate.
Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)
ECA is a report issued by an organization designated by the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration that verifies the authenticity of a foreign diploma, certificate, or credential and assesses its equivalence to a Canadian educational credential. If an organization isn’t on this list, the assessments will not be accepted by IRCC.
You must see a doctor on the list of panel physicians. Your own doctor can’t do the medical exam. The panel physician doesn’t make the final decision about your medical exam.
Apply for citizenship
To be eligible for Canadian citizenship, you must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1,095 days in the five years immediately before the date of your application.
Keep PR status
To keep your permanent resident status, you must have been in Canada for at least 730 days during the last five years. In some exceptional cases, your time abroad can count toward your permanent resident status.
Answer a few simple questions to get the help you need to settle in Canada and learn all about living here. The answers you provide will be used for the operation of this tool to provide you with guidance on resources and services that can help you adjust to life in Canada.
French courses for immigrants offered by the Québec government are free. Financial assistance is available:
Full-time courses, you will receive $200 per week.
Part-time courses, you could receive $25 for each day that you take a course of three hours or more.
Visit an organization that helps newcomers in your area. Let them know that you’re interested in taking language classes.
Find free newcomer services near you.
Friendly and experienced settlement professionals can help you
look for a job
get a language assessment
register for language classes
find a place to live
sign up your kids for school
learn about community services