Guide to Canada Immigration
Brighter Visas is the most secure way to apply for Canada Immigration. This is because we employ specialist immigration teams of government-registered solicitors to facilitate your immigration to Canada.
We are a truly Global Relocation company with offices all over the world, including Canada. It is ESSENTIAL to have teams on the ground liasing closely with Governments on your behalf when working towards a successful Canada Immigration outcome for you and your family.
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With extensive experience dealing with Canadian Visa officials, we can guarantee that your Canada visa application will be dealt with by experienced professionals well-versed in the finer details of Canada immigration law.
Our company is certified by the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (CSIC), a non-for profit organisation dedicated to protecting the rights of the consumer in the immigration industry. Any CSIC member is thoroughly assessed according to education, competency and discipline.
Our company also works closely with the The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC), consulting Canadian lawyers for each Canada immigration application to ensure everything is in order.
When researching Canada immigration, there are many different options to consider. The country offers a variety of employment, study, tourist, family and provincial nomination visas.
These types of visas are required for anyone planning to stay in Canada longer than six months. Periods of time shorter than six months either do not require a visa (for approved countries) or require a tourist visa.
Employment visas are the most complex area of Canada immigration. To find out more, visit the relevant page in the link list on the left.
Study visas are quite common, however they often have a great deal of requirements attached to them, so it is best to research your eligibility.
Tourist visas are great for people interested in a holiday in Canada. They allow a temporary stay in Canada with few restrictions.
Family visas are an easy way to live and work in Canada, however applicants must have family members who are Canadian citizens and willing to sponsor them.
Provincial nomination visas allow a person to be sponsored by a certain Canadian province, allowing them to work in that area. They are usually only granted to skilled workers with skills needed by the province.
Canada immigration offers a great opportunity to live, work and enjoy a fantastic destination offering a lifestyle and living conditions that are hard to beat.
To speak to the experts about your move to Canada, take our free assessment below to find out if you’re eligible for a Canada visa. Find out further information on our Canada Visas page.
February 12, 2015