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Immigration to Canada made SIMPLE


Corporate and Individual representation

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Immigration to Canada made SIMPLE


Corporate and Individual representation

 

a better approach toward immigration, refugee & citizenship canada (IRCC)

 

Whether you are coming to Canada as a Tourist, to Study/Work or have the intention of making Canada your permanent home, a formal application needs to be submitted to IRCC -a branch of the Government of Canada that deals with foreign nationals. iGlobal Canada has assisted hundreds of people from around the world in making successful applications and settling in Canada.

  Allow us to help you.  

 
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Come Together in Canada


Canada is largely creating a place where not only family reunification and refugee assistance comes first, but acknowledges the important contribution that a foreign workforce has in a thriving economy. Friends are always welcomed.

Come Together in Canada


Canada is largely creating a place where not only family reunification and refugee assistance comes first, but acknowledges the important contribution that a foreign workforce has in a thriving economy. Friends are always welcomed.

As an individual, whether you are visiting, working, studying or would like to live permanently in Canada, iGlobal Canada can help. When submitting your application to the Government of Canada, it is important to know not only your rights, but your obligations and all the possible outcomes.

As an employer, it is important to know your responsibilities when it comes to employing foreign workers. From intra-company transfers, to bringing an employee through the various international agreements that Canada has with other countries, iGlobal Canada strives to provide a selected service to all our corporate clients. 

There are various government departments that deal with immigration, and knowing where to direct your application can save you a lot of time (and stress). IRCC (Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Canada), previously knows as CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) deals with all applications made by foreign nationals.  

CBSA (Canada Border Service Agents) also deals with all foreign nationals, but at the point of entry into Canada. All ports of entries are under the jurisdiction of CBSA. The importance of these departments lays in the place where the application is made. There are circumstances when an application can be made at any port of entry, such as airports or border crossings. CBSA has the right to deny entry to a foreign national even if this individual had already obtained an approval from IRCC.

Service Canada (part of ESDC - Employment & Social Development Canada) is the government branch that administers LMIAs (Labour Market Impact Assessments). LMIAs are employer-driven, meaning that employers are the ones that apply for this document, and not the foreign national. Once an employer receives a positive decision on an LMIA application, then the prospective employee(s) can apply for their respective Work Permits.  Not all foreign nationals are required to have a positive LMIA in order to work in Canada.

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IMMIGRATION TO CANADA MADE SIMPLE


IMMIGRATION TO CANADA MADE SIMPLE


gisela newton

Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) & Founder/President of iGlobal Canada 

Gisela began her career in immigration services in 2008. She graduated from the University of Calgary in 2005 with a B.A. in International Relations, and then pursued immigration law studies at Bow Valley College in 2009. In 2010, Gisela founded iGlobal Canada Immigration Services. She is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and a member in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). She is also a Commissioner for Oaths for the Province of Alberta.

You can contact Gisela at: gnewton@iglobalcanada.com

 

 

 

 

 

There are no limits to the majestic future which lies before the mighty expanse of Canada with its virile, aspiring, cultured, and generous-hearted people.
— Sir Winston Churchill

Federal law requires that Immigration Consultants, in Canada or abroad, must be registered with the ICCRC and accredited as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).