Applicants are assessed under a “points system” and will be granted permanent residence if they have more than the minimum number of “points” (67 as of June 2017). This system looks as such things as age, work experience, French and/or English language ability, education and whether the applicant has a pre-arranged job offer with a Canadian employer (Labour Market Impact Assessment).
We have over 50 years of experience in representing clients from over 70 countries. We have an excellent reputation at the Board, and are certified as Immigration Specialists by The Law Society of Upper Canada. Our success is as a result of thorough preparation for each case.