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“Nothing makes me happier than seeing our clients successfully thriving in Canada.”
“At iMigration, we are passionate about finding your family's place in the Canadian mosaic.”
“Our clients are the reason and centre of our company's life.”
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In Canada, nearly all of our stories begin with a story of immigration. We currently welcome a higher per capita number of new Permanent Residents each year than any other country in the world: 280,000 last year. To maintain the standard of living to which we are accustomed, Canada will in fact need closer to 3 million immigrants each year.
At the same time, Canada consistently tops the lists in terms of standard of living, life expectancy, education, and civil liberties. As a result of all this, the demand far outstrips the supply for this limited number of spots.
In such a competitive market, smart professionals looking to come to Canada are eager to get professional help to facilitate and simplify a process filled with so many unknowns. We started this business because we saw there was an opportunity to be of service using best practices and deep knowledge of the law. We are honoured to be in the position to bear this trust of welcoming the leaders and lifeblood of our country's future.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada Announces its Intention to Create a New Skilled Trades Program
To fill Canada’s growing labour shortages in construction, natural resources and similar industries, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced plans today to make it easier for skilled tradespersons to immigrate to Canada. The announcement is the latest in a … Continue reading
Let Employers Choose the Skilled Workers, says Minister
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Western Canadian Employers Court the Irish
Faced with a massive skills shortage and a surge of job openings, Western Canadian employers are looking to an old source for new workers: hard-up Ireland. This week, two delegations of employers – one from Saskatchewan led … Continue reading