The principal applicant and spouse studied as an international student and lived in Canada for a long time. The spouse had a minor issue in her health, so that made us worry. As it was very minor, however, she didn't have any symptoms and didn't recognize it before the medical exam. Fortunately, after re-examination, she no longer was asked to retake medical exam. We expected the Express Entry processing might be delayed, but surprisingly we received their EE approval within
The applicant gained work experience as an Early Childhood Educator in a suburb area, about an hour away from downtown Vancouver by car. It was easier for her to get an educator job since she also worked as an ECE in her home country for about 2 years. Her hands-on experiences in the industry allowed her to successfully receive PR visa in Canada as a Skilled Worker.
The client successfully became a PR in Canada 5-month after submitting his application. He had an arranged employment, so he received high points with additional 600 points. However, it was tough to prove employment records as he just received cheques from his employer. We let him know where to and how to get the record properly, from beginning to the end. After submission of EE application, IRCC did not point out about his wage statement. His application was approved within
Our client studied Early Childhood Education in Canada and started her career as soon as she graduated from college. We helped her employer to get positive LMIA previously, and the foreign worker became our client as well. The employer very much trusted the foreign worker and was willing to support her with anything they can do. With mutual trust, her PR application was approved in 5 months.
Our client is a recent college graduate who studied automobile technology in Canada. His employer didn't meet all of the BCPNP employer requirements, yet we tried our best to explain the business is in good standing and prove they can support their international workers. We prepared properly to prevent from further request of additional documents or letters. Consequently, without any request from PNP officer, his application was approved in 1.5 months.
The employer wanted to support their foreign worker's Permanent Residency in Canada. Although the application was submitted in August 2016, Service Canada didn't call the employer until the end of the year. As our client was very concerned, we contacted Service Canada several times to make sure if everything goes smoothly. The employer finally received a phone call from Service Canada, and it was approved shortly. Now, the foreign worker is about to write her English exams to
The client first came to Canada with a working holiday visa. Before coming to Canada, she travelled and stayed in many other foreign countries. However, she fell in love with beautiful British Columbia a few months after working and living in Canada, so she decided to immigrate to Canada. She started working as a Guest Room Attendant for one of the biggest international luxury hotel chains. We helped her to apply for BC PNP and finally today received a PR approval letter from