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The United Nations has ranked Canada amongst the best place to live for five consecutive years.
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Why Choose Canada
Canada has one of the most positive immigration policies in the world. The Canadian Government plans to admit over 200,000 immigrants each year.
- Successful Migration with full family.
- Free education and medicals.
- Migration possible for skilled workers as well as investors.
- Many opportunities in the Information Technology sector.
- Eligibility for Canadian Citizenship
- Dual Citizenship allowed.
- Entitlement to government welfare benefits.
- Minimal government regulations in starting your own business.
- Access to the United States and Mexico markets.
- Quite simply the best country to live in the world!
ICCRC is the national regulatory authority designated by the government of Canada to safeguard consumers who seek and retain the services of consultants who provide immigration services to Canada. Federal law requires that immigration consultants, in Canada or abroad, who provide Canadian immigration services for a fee, must be registered with the ICCRC and accredited as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
Canada Immigration Options
The Quebec Immigration selection system is based on a human capital model so applicants do not require a job offer. You may be eligible to immigrate to Canada under the Quebec Skilled Worker, Quebec Experience Class, or Quebec Business / Investor categories.
ABIC has a team of work permit specialists who can help foreign individuals, foreign businesses, or Canadian employers get the Canadian work visas (work permits) required for working legally in Canada.
Most international students will need to obtain a Canada Study Permit (Student Visa) in order to attend school in Canada. If you apply to attend a school in Canada and receive a letter of acceptance, you are ready to apply for a Study Permit. Studying in Canada will prepare you for work in Canada, and it can also help you fast-track your Canadian immigration application if you wish to stay in Canada after you graduate.
Close relatives of Canadian Citizens and permanent residents may qualify for Canadian immigration. Spouses, common-law partners, parents and dependent or intended adopted children may become Permanent Residents through the Family Sponsorship program. Parents and Grandparents are eligible to reside in Canada under the new Parent and Grandparent Super-visa program.
Your investment could be your way of obtaining Canadian Permanent Residency. There are categories for individuals (either business managers or owners) having a high net worth: Federal and Quebec Investor, Entrepreneur, and Self-Employed programs. We can help you with Canadian Business Immigration.
Workers or Students currently in Canada can become Permanemt Residents through the Canadian/Quebec Experience Class program. There are categories available specifically for individuals who are studying or working in Canada. These include the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Quebec Experience Class (PEQ) and Provincial Nomination Programs.
As of January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has a new electronic system called Express Entry to manage applications for permanent residence under certain economic immigration programs.
Persons may be denied entry to Canada if they (or their dependents) are determined to be criminally inadmissible by a Canadian Immigration Officer. We can advise you as to the steps to be taken to overcome inadmissibility.
With many immigration options to choose from, ABIC can help you determine what options are best for immigrating to Canada.