Immigration Q&A

This section of the website is dedicated to short Questions and Answers (Q&A) about visas and immigration to Canada. If you have any questions, you may consider posting them below. Of course, we will answer general questions on the website, and for specific answers, we will ask you to book an appointment with our immigration consultant, Al Parsai.

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    PR Pathway for Ukrainians with Family in Canada

    Canada introduces a new PR pathway for Ukrainian nationals. Eligibility hinges on temporary resident status and family connections in Canada.

    The best interests of a child (BIOC) in Canadian immigration

    The concept of the best interests of a child (BIOC) in Canadian immigration can sometimes be complex. Let’s delve into this concept.

    How to Amend Temporary Resident & PR Documents in Canada

    You can request amendments to your temporary or permanent resident documents if IRCC made an error. Please consult this guideline first.

    Work Permit for Start-up Visa Applicants in Canada (IMP A77)

    A work permit under IMP A77 enables Start-up Visa applicants to start their business in Canada even before becoming a permanent resident.

    OINP: Ontario Immigration for Master’s, Ph.D. Graduates

    Unlock Ontario’s doors with OINP: A definitive guide for Masters and Ph.D. graduates looking to navigate the immigration process.

    Immigrating to Ontario as a French-Speaking Skilled Worker

    Ontario provides a unique immigration pathway for French-speaking applicants through the OINP Express Entry system.

    Health Occupations – Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

    The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) preauthorizes certain health occupations for immigration to Canada. But how does it do so?

    Criminal inadmissibility in light of Tran v. Canada

    Tran v. Canada is a Supreme Court ruling that could impact inadmissibility to Canada due to serious criminality or conditional sentencing.

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