At Immigration.ca, since 1994, we have provided a guiding light to many thousands of persons wishing to immigrate to Canada. We share in the optimism and sincere belief that Canada offers excellent settlement options within a stable environment to those who wish to become a part of its landscape. Under the direction of COLIN R. SINGER, one of Canada’s leading immigration lawyers, recognized by the Government of Canada, we provide tailor made simplified solutions to individual immigrant applicants seeking to relocate to Canada as well as personnel resource managers of Canadian employers intending to hire foreign nationals.
Immigration to Canada serves as the foundation for continued economic growth and which brings people, customs and traditions, rituals and culture to the forefront of current Government policy. Each of the provinces in Canada has authority to implement their own provincial immigration programs (PNP).
Embrace your future and bring the heritage of your past to a place where you and your family will be proud to refer to as home – Canada!
The following is a summary of the top immigration questions and answers our visitors are usually interested in reading about or exploring in more detail:
What are the different immigration options available to me?
There are a number of options available for every person wishing to embrace a better life and future in Canada, some of these Canadian Immigration options are as follows:
- Skilled Worker Immigration: Professionals, Engineers, Lawyers, Information Technology Specials, etc.
- Investor Immigration: Investors, Entrepreneurs, High Networth Individuals, etc.
- Trade Worker Immigration: Heavy/Long Haul Drivers, Welders, Electricians, etc.
- Family Sponsorship: Spouse, common law partners, children, etc. of Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
- Canadian Experience Immigration: Individuals with previous work experience in Canada.
How can I start my Canadian immigration process?
There are a number of ways to start your Canadian immigration process, the easiest and best way to ensure that your papers and documents are filled properly to increase your chances to immigrate to Canada is to complete the following steps:
- Find out which immigration category you would like to apply for.
- Fill our immigration Free Online Assessment form to ensure you are eligible to immigrate to Canada
- Follow the steps your immigration.ca immigration advisor will send you after completing your assessment form
Colin R. Singer, Managing Partner of investmentimmigration.com and immigration.ca is a licensed immigration lawyer in good standing with a Canadian Law Society during the past 25+ years. As one of Canada’s foremost senior corporate immigration attorneys, Colin is recognized as an experienced authority on Canadian immigration matters as well as the international residence-by-investment industry through investmentimmigration.com.
You may obtain a confirmation of his current standing as a licensed lawyer in Canada by contacting the Barreau du Québec at the following web site:
Colin Singer is founding director of the CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION RESOURCE CENTER (CCIRC) INC. He served as an Associate Editor of “Immigration Law Reporter” the preeminent immigration law publication in Canada. He previously served as an executive member of the Canadian Bar Association’s Quebec and National Immigration Law Sections and is currently a member of the Canadian Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Colin has twice appeared as an expert witness before Canada’s House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration. He is frequently recognized as a recommended authority at National conferences sponsored by government and non-government organizations on matters affecting Canada’s immigration and human resources industries. Since 2009, Colin has been a Governor of the Quebec Bar Foundation a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of the profession.
Colin’s law practice focuses on economic class and business immigration. In 1994, he became Canada’s first attorney to establish an internet presence through www.immigration.ca, the industry’s only one-word domain. His persona on social media is one of the most recognized in the industry. A multiple award winning author on Mondaq, a leading aggregator of legal, financial and regulatory information from more than 85 countries, his opinions on government policy are often referenced by national news media and industry stakeholders.
In 2007, in response to a shift in government policy promoting employer-driven admissions of foreign workers to Canada, the firm acquired Global Recruiters of Montreal a Global Recruiters Network franchise (www.grnmontreal.com) to help provide search consulting expertise that applicants and employers require.
To read more about Colin please check his “LinkedIn Profile”.
Contributor With Most Popular Articles In Canada
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|Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of August 2016: Federal Government Mulls Faster Premium Services for Applicants to Jump the Queue||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of July 2016: 2016 Express Entry Draw #14: 773 Invitations, Lowest CRS Score 482||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of June 2016: Leaked Report Highlights Future Immigration Policies Under Liberals||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of May 2016: 2016 Express Entry Draw #10: CRS Score Rises Above 500 With Fall In The Number Of Candidates Invited To Apply For Immigration To Canada||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of April 2016: 2016 Express Entry Draw #9: More Candidates Invited To Apply For Immigration To Canada||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of March 2016: Liberals Announce New Canadian Citizenship Requirements.|
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|Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of January 2016: 2016 Express Entry Draw #1: 1463 Invitations, Lowest CRS. Score 461.||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of December 2015: Canada Immigration: Express Entry Year End Review||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of November 2015: Liberals Announce New Immigration Policies||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of October 2015: Express Entry Draw #19 Increases Qualifying Score To 489||Contributor With Most Read Article In Canada during the Month of September 2015: Canada’s Express Entry System: The First 8 Months||Contributor With Most Popular Article In Spain during the Month of August 2015: Spain Issuing One Fourth of all New EU Citizenships|
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|The article, New Requirements for Canadian Citizenship (Canada) from Immigration.ca was read most by Mondaq users for this category.||The article, Canada Raises Immigration Levels Under New Express Entry System (Canada) from Immigration.ca was read most by Mondaq users for this category|
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