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  • Anonymous 6 March 2018
    Am I required to pay a registration fee before I would be assisted to apply for a Canadian visa?

    Yes – If you would like to receive guidance from the Authorized Canadian immigration consultants who work with Canadian Visa Expert to help you apply for a permanent resident visa to Canada, there are fees for the professional services that are provided. In order to make the procedure more affordable, you can pay the service fees as you go through each stage of the process. For example, there are separate service fees to receive a Canadian immigration assessment and to receive professional guidance as you go through each step of the Canadian immigration procedure.
  • Anonymous 6 March 2018
    Can professional teachers apply for a resident visa to Canada?

    Yes – There is a strong demand for professional teachers in Canada (including at the primary, secondary, vocational and university levels). If you (or someone you know) are an experienced teacher with good English or French language skills, our team of experts can review your CV and other relevant details to evaluate whether you are likely to qualify to apply for a permanent resident visa to Canada. In the event that you are assessed as likely to meet the criteria for immigration to Canada, you will have the option to receive professional guidance from the Authorized Canadian immigration consultants who work with Canadian Visa Expert to simplify the procedure for you and your family.
  • Anonymous 6 March 2018
    What can I do to get an immigration visa to Canada?

    There are several Canadian immigration programs and each one has its own eligibility requirements and procedures. In order to evaluate whether you are likely to meet the criteria for a particular Canadian visa program (for example, as a skilled foreign worker), our team of experts will need to review your relevant details (including your CV). If you meet the eligibility criteria for an immigration visa to Canada, you can try to apply on your own, but you may want to receive professional guidance from the Authorized Canadian immigration consultants who work with Canadian Visa Expert to make sure your forms are completed correctly and to answer questions you may have about your case.
  • Anonymous 6 March 2018
    I am 45years old, a qualified accountant and MBA holder with 11years post qualification experience but my wife(36years old) is a higher National diploma holder and the marriage is blessed with 3 kids. Is it still possible to relocate to Canada with my family? How do I kick start the process with your professional service if possible

    In general, the first step would be to register with Canadian Visa Expert for an assessment of your relevant details to determine which Canadian immigration program you and/or your wife may be eligible to apply for. If either you or your wife are evaluated as likely to meet the qualifications to apply for a particular Canadian immigration program, you will have the opportunity to receive step-by-step guidance from the Authorized Canadian immigration consultants who work with Canadian Visa Expert to help simplify the procedure for you and your family.     
  • Anonymous 6 March 2018
    What is the cost of a skilled worker visa?

    The costs involved in applying for a skilled worker visa to Canada vary, depending on the size of a foreign worker’s family, which Canadian visa program he/she is applying for, and other factors. In addition to the fees for our services, the Application Fee for a permanent resident visa to Canada is $550 CAD; the Right of Permanent Residence Fee (if approved for Canadian immigration) is $490 CAD; and the fee for the Permanent Resident Card is $50 CAD. There may also be costs for an Educational Credential Assessment, English/French language evaluation test(s), medical exam(s), police certificate, travel, and other expenses.
  • Anonymous 5 March 2018
    How many steps are there for Canadian visa processing?

    The number of steps required for Canadian visa processing will depend on a variety of factors, such as which specific immigration program is being applied for. In general, many of the Canadian immigration programs involve two major steps in which the foreign national first applies for a particular Canadian immigration program (such as the FSWP, FSTP, PNP or QSWP) and then, if he/she receives an Invitation to Apply from Canada’s national immigration agency or gets a provincial nomination, the second step is to submit the Canadian visa application with all of the required documents and fees to the national immigration agency. It should be noted, however, that each of these two major steps may actually include multiple steps (such as getting a language evaluation, Educational Credential Assessment, medical exam, etc.), and that this is a simplified explanation of a complex procedure.  
  • Rako Canada, Green card lottery, immigration to canada, visa aplication, work in canada - 27 June 2017
    What is the cost of the right of permanent residence fee?

    It costs 490 Canadian dollars.
  • Ron Canada, immigration to canada, Permanent Resident, visa application, work in canada - 27 June 2017
    Can i live and work in Canada before i become a citizen?

    Yes. A foreign national who has been issued a Permanent Resident (PR) Visa to Canada has the right to live and work in Canada long-term, even before they become a Canadian citizen.
  • Romi Canada, Green card lottery, immigration to canada, visa application, work in canada - 26 June 2017
    Can i start a business in Canada?

    Yes, Canadian residents enjoy many benefits' including the option to run a business in the country.
  • Roman Canada, Canadian visa experts, immigration fees, immigration to canada, visa application - 26 June 2017
    When should i pay the immigration fees?

    The fees need to be paid when you submit your documents.