Sometimes, applications are refused because of incomplete or erroneous documentation, or it was found that you were not eligible to apply, or because an IRCC officer was not satisfied with the info that you gave. No matter the case, you presumably do not want to make a mistake in the application. This is where a Canadian immigration consultant can help you improve your success.
1 – Access to your application and documents
We will contact you requesting the documents you have prepared for the application. You will be asked to provide your profile login information (My CIC or PNP) if the application requires electronic submission (all information is confidential and stored securely).
2 – Initial review of the application and documents
Your documents and application will be reviewed by one of our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC).
We will advise you of the changes that should be made to your application and documents before it is submitted, and we will provide a written list of recommendations for you.
3 – Final review of the application and documents
We will review (final review) your application and documents once you have made changes and/or corrections as per our recommendations.
4 – Ask any questions
You will have the opportunity to ask your questions and/or concerns regarding your application during the review process. You can also ask any questions if the circumstances (e.g., change in employment, marital status etc.) changes after submission and you want to update your application.
Our highly specialized team are here to help you realize the dream of coming or staying in Canada
One Immigration award-winning team works hard, taking care of each client’s dream. Our consultants are immigrants themselves and know the importance of reviewing all data with discretion, always thinking about your goals and avoiding any possibility of error before, during and after your visa and immigration process.
Your qualifications and those of your family members will be meticulously analyzed to define the best strategy for you to come to Canada temporarily or permanently.