Our Services

We take pride in assisting aspirants to live their dream of studying or living abroad by providing them with the best of our services. 

We provide the best of our professional and legal assistance to aspirants all over India to acquire Immigration visas for Family, Employment, Adoption, Special Immigrant and Diversity Visa. Find all your solutions under one roof from the onset.

We make sure that the students have all they need in terms of support and guidance as they prepare to pursue their dreams of studying abroad. Our services are a comprehensive package designed to assist a student from the start. We want to ensure that students concentrate on courses which are most relevant to their career goals. Our counsellors make every effort to be available to answer any queries raised by the students.

Work permits are classified into two types:

– Employer-specific work authorization (closed work permit)

– Work permit available

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), is one of the most popular immigration programmes that will allow you to bring in your family members and attain the PR if the criteria are fulfilled. From interviews to documents to application processes, we are here to provide you with expert support and guidance to make this time-consuming process as easy and efficient as possible.

An Intra-Corporate Transfer (ICT) Card is a work permit that is usable in any EU country. It allows an employee of a firm with branches in an EU nation and a third country to relocate temporarily to an EU country for work purposes.

A CR1 spouse visa is an immigrant visa that allows a foreign-born individual to enter the United States and live with their U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse. The “CR” in CR1 stands for conditional resident, and it applies to married couples who have been married for less than two years.

The Super Visa is a multi-entry visa that allows for numerous entries for up to ten years. The major difference is that the Super Visa permits an individual to stay in Canada for up to two years at a time, but a 10-year multiple entry visa only allows for a six-month stay for each entrance.

 A mandatory document that is required by the employer before he decides to hire you. The document shows that no other Canadian resident is available for this job and that there is a need for a foreign resident to take that place.

A Permanent Resident Visa permits you to visit a country, stay for a set amount of time, and then apply for residency. Acquiring a PR visa in several countries ultimately leads to citizen status.

– Express Entry: Express Entry offers qualified employees in Canada and abroad a path to permanent residency. Express Entry will result in processing timeframes of six months or less for possible skilled foreign employees.

– Provincial Nominee Programme PNP:

Canada has 13 provinces and territories, each with its immigration programme known as a PNP (except Quebec). This programme selects candidates who want to apply for permanent residency. Each PNP has at least one immigration stream that is compatible with the federal Express Entry system. This programme is effective if the workers have the necessary skills, education, and work experience to contribute to the economy of a particular province. To be approved for this programme, you must follow the instructions carefully and submit a complete, reviewed application. Eligibility & Benefits of Canada PNP

Who is Eligible Under Canada PNP?

– Be nominated by any Canadian Province or Territory.

– Be nominated to live in a specific province.

– Be able to demonstrate the required skills and experience to contribute to the provincial economy you are applying for.

– Be proficient in English or French Language. Advantages of Applying to Canada PNP.

– Spend an indefinite amount of time in Canada.

– The ability to choose and settle in any province of your choice.

– Do not adhere to the point-based system.

– There is no need for a job offer.

– Obtain direct nomination from the provincial or territorial government.

– Utilize social security, education, and healthcare benefits.

– Sponsor an immediate family member of your spouse for immigration.

– After 5 years, you will be eligible for Canadian citizenship.

The SUV – Startup Visa Programme which connects creative entrepreneurs with financiers in Canada, primarily targets immigrants who have the potential to effectively build a firm.

The Business Immigration Program is intended to encourage and ease their immigration. The federal and provincial/territorial governments both welcome business immigrants and provide assistance to assist them in starting a business and settling in Canada.

IEC visa is a great opportunity for people between 18 – 35 to explore Canada, gain work experience, and live the culture but not as a guest.

– Visitor Visa

A visitor visa (also known as a temporary resident visa) is an official document issued by Immigration that is stamped in your passport. It demonstrates that you meet the requirements for entry into Canada. Most visitors to Canada require a visitor visa. You might also require one if you are passing through a Canadian airport on your way to your final destination.

A visitor visa can be obtained either online or on paper. There are three types of visitor visas:

– Visa for a single entry

– Visas on multiple occasions

– Visa Super

A single entry visa allows the rightful holder to enter Canada only once, whereas a multiple entry visa allows you to enter Canada multiple times during the validity period. Visitors to Canada can stay for up to six months. The border services officer at the port of entry may allow you to stay for less than or more than 6 months. If that’s the case, they’ll stamp your passport with the departure date.

Requirements for obtaining a visitor visa:

– Have a valid travel document

– There is no criminal history.

– The individual must be financially secure and provide sufficient evidence of future employment opportunities.

– Have strong ties to the country of residence

– Persuade the immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay.

How Long Can You Stay?

Most visitors can stay in Canada for up to six months. The border services officer at the port of entry may allow you to stay for less than or more than 6 months. If that’s the case, they’ll stamp your passport with the departure date. They may also give you a document called a Visitor extension/visitor record, which will show the date by which you must depart.


To obtain a visitor visa, you must first meet some basic requirements. You must also:

– Possess a valid travel document, such as a passport

– Be in good physical and mental health, and have no criminal or immigration-related convictions

– Convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets, or family—that will take you back to your home country convince an immigration officer that you will leave the country at the end of your visit and have enough money for your stay