Our client received a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) approval today. It is a dual intent, and the position is a Manager at a construction company located in British Columbia. The foreign worker is currently living in Eastern Europe, but will be in Canada as soon as the work permit is approved. Thanks to the employer's support, we were able to submit a very strong application to Service Canada, which results in a positive decision.
Life is full of surprises. The client found the love of life in Canada at her late 40s, and her immigration application was finally completed. Although her previous application for her temporary residence was refused in past, it couldn't stop her PR application. We prepared for this spousal sponsorship very carefully. We explained all the details with strong supporting documents and evidence. The application was processed very quickly without any request for any additional in
This application was approved in 3 months, which is even faster than average Express Entry application processing time. We had to ask a lot of questions to the applicant and the spouse to build a very strong application. We focused on every single detail, and both the applicant and the spouse helped us a lot. When we delivered the final good news to the applicant on the phone, the client couldn't even believe it.
The client has been waiting for this moment for a long time. The applicant tried to immigrate to Canada under the Humanitarian & Compassionate program for about 4 years ago. Although the applicant had very strong reason to remain in Canada, the H&C application was not being processed smoothly. However, things started being changed dramatically, when the applicant felt that the road was blocked. The applicant had been married to a Canadian citizen for many years, but the famil