Benefits of Applying with a Canadian Immigration Attorney

11 Feb, 2014 Benefits of Applying with a Canadian Immigration Attorney

Do you know: Working with a Canadian Immigration attorney can save time and money in the long term?

Every day we hear sad stories of people working with unscrupulous consultants or applicants who apply on their own and then something goes wrong and they need our help. While we love helping people come to Canada, unless we represent you on your immigration application, we cannot give you legal advice as this would be a breach of ethics.

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Regardless of the price a consultant is charging you it is a waste of time and money if they aren’t going to assist you with your application. Knowing who to trust is a very valuable commodity in the Canadian Immigration field.

Working with the Canadim law firm can save you time and money in two major ways:

  1. Every time a visa officer has a question about your application this creates a significant delay in processing. It can also mean your application is sent back to you and you need to reapply. At Canadim we carefully review and prepare your application to visa office standards. This minimizes any back and forth with the visa office and your application should be processed quickly and efficiently.
  2. We get it right the first time. Having your application returned to you could spell disaster for your Canadian Immigration plans. For instance, if you failed to complete a minor form or provide a document in a specific format, the visa office can send your file back to you. In the event that you are applying under an immigration program where there is a quota of how many applications they will accept, which is the majority of the programs available, by the time you re-submit you could find your quota has been filled. Given the demand for Canadian Immigration, they don’t keep a space open for you and your chance to apply is over unless you are lucky enough to qualify for another program, but given the current Canadian Immigration climate, it is unlikely.

When you become a Canadim client you benefit from our years of experience in the Canadian Immigration field and the peace of mind that a  Canadian Immigration Attorney is looking out for your best interests. Immigration Attorneys also have right to attend your immigration interview with you (in the event you are called for one) and can ensure you are fairly treated and well prepared.

To learn more about the difference between an immigration consultant and an immigration attorney please click here.

But before you get started with us you need to be eligible to apply. Find out your options by taking our free online assessment form today.

Hope to see you all in Canada very soon!

Sincerely,

The Canadim Team!
www.canadim.com

8 Comments
  • Clariza R. Perez
    Posted at 17:28h, 11 February

    I’m an accounting graduate, I want to work in Canada to give my family a good life.

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 11:41h, 12 February

      Dear Clariza,

      Thank you for using our page.

      From what you have told me, you wouldn’t be eligible for any Canadian Immigration program that I am aware of. That being said, a Canadian job offer can allow you to come to Canada on a work permit and once you have Canadian experience, it becomes a lot easier to transition to permanent status here in Canada.

      Please be advised that we do not secure job offers for our clients. However, as a service to our followers, we do offer a job search toolbar to help you connect with Canadian employers looking to hire:

      http://www.canadim.com/work-in-canada/canadian-job-search/

      Once you have secured a Canadian job offer then please contact us to work with both you and your employer to get you to Canada as quickly as possible.

      Sincerely,

      The Canadim Team!
      http://www.canadim.com

  • Vipan dutt
    Posted at 19:59h, 11 February

    I want to know about study visa for canada. Can you tell me how much do i need. I want to do a 2 tear diploma course

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 11:40h, 12 February

      Dear Vipan,

      It’s great news you are considering studying in Canada!

      But the first step to obtaining a Canadian student visa is applying to Canadian schools. You can only apply for a student visa once you have an acceptance letter from a Canadian educational institution.

      For more information on the benefits of studying in Canada we invite you to check out the following link:

      http://www.canadim.com/international-canadian-students-can-bring-families/

      Best of luck,

      The Canadim Team!
      http://www.canadim.com

  • noorulain
    Posted at 22:15h, 11 February

    dear sir i would like to apply for immigration to canada

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 11:40h, 12 February

      Hi there,

      Thank you for using our page.

      We realize you have a lot of questions about immigrating to Canada and we completely understand your concerns. We are prepared to guide you through the entire process but before we get into the details, we need to know if you are eligible to apply.

      We ask that you please fill out our free online assessment form:

      http://www.canadim.com/free-online-assessment/general-immigration.php

      We will review your assessment shortly and let you know if you are qualified to apply or not. If you are qualified, Attorney Dery will send you an email detailing the Canadian Immigration process and the costs and requirements needed.

      We look forward to hearing from you.

      Sincerely,

      The Canadim Team!
      http://www.canadim.com

  • ahmed
    Posted at 14:48h, 12 February

    hi …. i’ve got a master in law and i want continue my study in canada ,can u help me to contact trust university (it’s not matter if they are free or private)

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 16:52h, 17 February

      Dear Ahmed,

      It’s great news you are considering studying in Canada!

      But the first step to obtaining a Canadian student visa is applying to Canadian schools. You can only apply for a student visa once you have an acceptance letter from a Canadian educational institution.

      Best of luck,

      The Canadim Team!
      http://www.canadim.com

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