Frequently Asked Questions

How can we trust your work?

We are authorized by CICC which is the only recognized regulatory body by the Canadian government. We are bound to strict rules and guidelines.

How much do you charge?

Our costs are fair and match the quality of our work. Each client’s case is different and the cost will be determined once an assessment and evaluation has been done.

Do you price match?

Our costs are in line with the amount of work we put into each of our cases. We believe in and take pride in the quality of our work. There are many different prices out there and we encourage you to look into different options that suit your needs.

Do you guarantee your work?

We guarantee that we will do our best in helping you. We never accept any cases that we do not believe qualify. However, we can never guarantee the outcome and judgement of the visa office. Our payment method is set up so that you do not pay unless a particular step in immigration is reached.

How can we contact you and get started?

You can contact us by phone, email or come see us in person. We always begin each case with an assessment. Once that is determined, then an agreement is drawn and if accepted, we begin the process.

Do you have agents and offices in other parts of the world?

We do. At the moment, we have agents in five countries and offices in two other countries. However, our agents are not authorized to give Canadian Immigration advice. If you would like an assessment, it’s best that you contact us.

Contact us if you have more questions.

47 thoughts on “FAQ

  1. Hello team,

    My ielts scores in general are as below,
    L 7.5
    R 5.5
    W 6.5
    S 6.0

    I did my BE in EC and have work experience of 3 years, am I eligible for applying PR for Canada?

  2. my education is pharm-D
    experience is of school teaching
    NOC is 4032
    my question is, where should i go for degree certification WES or PEBC?
    pebc will evaluate my degree as having no experience in pharmacy field
    going through wes my CRS will be very low that is 422

  3. hi ,
    I am a international student in Canada , I have started working in feb 2017 so I will be eligible to apply in express entry in 2018 feb , but because of family emergency I have to go back home for 1 month and it was paid as vacation pay , but I was working 45-50 hrs a week , so I will be eligible to apply for express entry in February or I have to wait till march to apply because of 1 month vacation
    thank you

  4. Indian Dentist
    WES Canada as a professional degree completed
    spouce bachlour degree no ielts no wes
    my IELTS
    L 7.5
    R 7.5
    W 6
    S 6.5
    age 30 years
    8+ years full time experience as a dentist in India
    want to immigrate to Canada with 2 kids and spouse

    Am I eligible for any pnp ? or
    I must have to improve my IELTS score?

  5. Hello expert,
    I have question, I have submitted file in Saskatchewan PNP program and my file is in process. And I have recently changed my job, so should I inform to SINP about my latest job?

  6. I have completed my phd(English medium) ,now I want to apply for Canada pnp programme should I do IELTs or just submit proof?

  7. Hi, I submitted my permanent residency application (Express Entry – CIC) on July 11th and had to get a new passport from my home country in August even though my current passport had an extension in it. Do I have to send a Case Specific Enquiry to IRCC about my passport update? The only change was the passport number.
    My current immigration consultant said No several times. I just want to have a peace of mind.

  8. Hi, I would like to know if the TOEFL test scores equivalency to the IELTS test scores are eligible for the Express Entry program?

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