Welcome to the Canadian Immigration Visa website! We're excited to help you explore the many opportunities that Canada has to offer. As a diverse and welcoming country, Canada is known for its high quality of life, excellent healthcare and education systems, and thriving job market.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIPP) is employer-driven. It helps employers in four Atlantic Provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island) to hire the foreign skilled workers who want to immigrate to Atlantic Canada and international graduates who want to stay in Atlantic Canada after they graduate

HCCP & HSW - Caregiver Pilot Program

This Home Child Care and Home Support Worker Pilot is a pathway to permanent resident visa for experienced temporary foreign workers in the following jobs:

  • NOC 4411
  • NOC 4412

Business & Investor Visa

Canada offers various options to enter into Canadian market which is extremely favourable for starting a business and making investments. Business Visa is meant for those who are willing to travel temporarily for conducting business in Canada.

Express Entry

Canada Permanent Resident Visa (PR) can be applied through Express entry system using three main streams: 1. Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSW Program) - The federal skilled workers category is a class of skilled workers, who may someday become permanent residents due to their economic establishments in Canada

Family Sponsorship

One of the objectives of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (the Act) is to see that families are reunited in Canada. The Family Class category is for applicants who have a close relative who is not a Canadian Citizen or Permanent resident of Canada.

Provincial Nominee Program

Becoming a Permanent Resident in Canada can be made easy through Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Beside the regular Immigration programs handled by the federal government, the provinces and territories also have right to bring ‘Foreign Nationals’ depending upon their market needs and economy requirements.

H&C (Humanitarian & Compassionate)

Our Canada’s Immigration system has provided a provision to consider applications made by Foreign Nationals and/or refugees based on Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds (For instance- Best Interest Of Child, Unusual Hardship, etc.)