At Maple Crest Immigration Inc. we provide professional and ethical services for clients wishing to live, work, study, or visit Canada. We aim to minimize the challenges and confusion often associated with the immigration and visa issuance process, to allow you the freedom to envision your Canadian dream.
What is Atlantic Immigration? In the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program, employers in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island – can hire foreign nationals for positions that are not currently available locally.
What is Family Class Sponsorship? A Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, aged 18 or older, can sponsor certain family members to become Canadian permanent residents via the family sponsorship visa. Family sponsorship visa is a fast and popular way to gain permanent residency in Canada.
What is Temporary Residency? A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), sometimes known as a guest visa, is an official document issued by a Canadian visa office and placed in your passport to demonstrate that you have completed the requirements for temporary residency in Canada (either as a visitor, a student, or a worker).
What is Express Entry? The Express Entry program is Canada’s fastest and most popular means of settling in the country. For individuals seeking permanent residence in Canada, Express Entry organizes and processes applications.
What is Study Permit? To study in Canada, you must apply for a Canadian study permit, which serves as a student visa during your stay. If your course or program is six months or shorter, you do not need a Canadian study permit.
What is a Provincial Nominee Program? Individuals interested in immigrating to a certain Canadian province or territory can use the provincial nominee programs (PNPs) to gain permanent residence in Canada. Each province and territory in Canada has its own PNP, which is tailored to their individual economic and demographic needs.
Work as a Nurse In Canada Today, Licensed Practical Nurses make up 39% of the nursing workforce and are regulated in Canada. Entry-level registration criteria include graduating with a diploma from an approved education program and passing the Entry to Practice Examination. We at Maple Crest Immigration Inc. simplify the complex application process.
A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) is an authorized immigration and citizenship representative, who is hired to evaluate your Visa application and submit it on your behalf. In addition, an RCIC provides you with a beneficial strategy for your Visa options. An authorized RCIC is also a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
RCICs are experts in the immigration field. They walk applicants through the overwhelming immigration system. At WBBICS, we have three professional RCICs to help you with the immigration proces.s
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