The Canadian immigration system can be confusing. It can be said that, “The only constant in immigration is that it is constantly changing”. Sometimes, even the most basic applications can be refused and the reasons are not always clear. Sometimes, you need a professional to guide you through the process. Click for more details.
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If you qualify to apply for your Work Permit or Study Permit upon arrival at a Canadian port-of-entry, MJIC can prepare you for your application. We create a full package with supporting documents and a submission letter to ease the application process. Click for more details.
The sponsor must consider the number of family members plus the number of people to be sponsored. For example, if the sponsor has a spouse and one child and wants to sponsor his mother and father, then the LICO + 30% will be for a family size of five (family size 3 + 2 parents =5).
As of December 8, 2017, families seeking to hire a foreign caregiver to provide home care for individuals with medical needs are exempt from paying the Labour Market Impact Assessment application processing fee of $1,000.
Sometimes, it is difficult to find a service from a trustworthy source. How do you know the company or person you select is reliable? Referrals from trusted friends and family are usually the first place we go to. If friends and family cannot refer you, what do you do?