06 Jun Canadian Immigration Services
Sirus Migration is proud to offer immigration and visa services for Canada.
Canada, the second largest country on Earth, is a prosperous multicultural nation with vast natural resources, developed infrastructure, democratic institutions and stable society. A choice destination for travel, studies and work, Canada offers a safe and healthy environment to live in and raise a family.
If you are ready to make a life changing move to call Canada your home, or if you seek to temporarily experience the Canadian way of life and enjoy the spectacular scenery of Canada’s rugged Pacific coast, the Rocky Mountains or the Atlantic Maritimes, Sirus Migration can assist to make it happen.
Please contact Sirus Migration and our Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant for information on Canadian visas or advice on your options for immigration to Canada.
We can assist you with below visa categories and more..
- Federal Skilled Workers (permanent)
- Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa)
- Criminal Convictions and Rehabilitation
- Study Permit
- Entrepreneur Immigration – British Columbia
- Work Permit
Federal Skilled Worker Program
To be eligible to immigrate to Canada as a Federal Skilled Worker and obtain permanent residence you will need to meet various minimum requirements, for example with regard to skilled work experience, English or French language skills, and education.
If you meet the minimum requirements, your application will be assessed based on the selection factors of age, education, work experience, arranged employment or valid job offer in Canada, English or French language skills, and adaptability.
The selection factors are part of a 100-point grid used to assess Federal Skilled Worker applicants. Points are allocated for each of the selection factors, depending on how well you score, and the pass mark is currently 67 points.
In addition to the general criteria outlined above, there are further requirements that must be met in order to qualify for permanent residence in Canada under the Federal Skilled Worker program, including the requirement that applicants must be admissible to Canada.
For a confidential discussion about your specific circumstances, and potential eligibility as a Federal Skilled Worker, please contact Sirus Migration and Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant Agoston Tamas (R507054).
Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa)
If you plan to visit Canada, you may need to apply for a Canadian Temporary Resident Visa.
Requirements include showing your stay in Canada will only be temporary and that you have enough funds to support yourself and your family members while you are in Canada.
You must not intend to work or study in Canada unless authorized to do so. You should also be law abiding without a criminal record and not pose a risk to the security of Canada.
To be eligible for a Temporary Resident Visa you ought to be in good health, and you may be required to complete a medical examination.
In addition to the general criteria outlined above, there are further requirements that must be met in order to qualify for a Temporary Resident Visa.
For a confidential discussion about your specific circumstances, and the requirements to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa, please contact Sirus Migration and Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant Agoston Tamas (R507054).
Criminal Convictions and Rehabilitation
If you have committed an offence or been convicted of a crime, you may be criminally inadmissible and not be allowed to enter Canada.
However, depending on the particular crime, how long ago it was committed, and how you have behaved since committing the crime, you may still be allowed into Canada if you are deemed rehabilitated, your rehabilitation application is approved, you are granted a record suspension, or you hold a temporary resident permit.
Deemed rehabilitation may be found if enough time has passed since you were convicted so that your crime may no longer bar you from entering Canada.
A temporary resident permit may let you enter Canada if less than 5 years have passed since the end of your sentence or if you have a valid reason to be in Canada. It should also be shown that your need to go to Canada outweighs the health and safety risks to Canadian society.