A Canadian Citizen or a permanent residence of Canada can sponsor their spouse, conjugal,
or common-law partner, dependent child (including adopted child)
or any other eligible relative to become a permanent residence
under the Family Class. For further information or consultation
please contact us at
or call us at 647-780-2022.
Express Entry is a system used by IRCC to manage Canadian permanent
residence applications for filling in labor gaps through 3 economic
programs based on a points system. Federal Skilled Worker,
Federal Skilled Trades, and Canadian Experience Class.
Provinces can also select candidates from the Express
Entry pool that meet their labor requirements under their
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP).
Provincial Nominee Programs
Every Province in Canada can invite candidates to apply for permanent residence based on
the provinces labor market demands.
There are two ways to apply for
Provincial Nominee Programs:
1. Non Express Entry- A paper based
application process where an application is made to the province
without the need of having an express entry profile.
Express Entry Provincial Nomination- Applicants create Express
Entry profiles and Province picks their profiles based on their labor market needs.
Temporary Resident Visa (TRV)
Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) - This document is issued once it is confirmed
by an employer that they are unable to hire a Canadian Citizen
or permanent residence to fill in a labor shortage
and are seeking to hire a foreign worker. Most employers require an
LMIA before applying for a work permit for the foreign worker.
If you are an employer and are looking to hire a foreign worker
on a permanent or temporary basis, we can assist you through the process
of putting together an application for an LMIA as well as ensuring you
meet the requirements to apply.
If you are a foreign worker or an employee who has an employer willing
to offer you a job and you require an LMIA,
we can assist you and your employer with putting together an application for an LMIA.
Post Graduate Work Permit- Students may also be eligible for a
post graduate work permit of up to 3 years depending on the duration
of their program of study and whether or not they are eligible.
Canada has one of the best education systems in the world and you can qualify to come study here.
If you are interested in studying in Canada and would like to know if you qualify, please contact us.
Do you have relevant experience in Arts and Cultural Activities,
self employed or at a World-Class level? Are you able and willing
to be self employed in Canada? You can qualify for this stream
if you meet the programs selection criteria.
For further information or consultation please contact us at
or call us at 647-780-2022.
Canada’s Start-up Visa program is in place to target
immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential
to build businesses in Canada that: are innovative,
can create jobs and can compete on a global level. To find out if you qualify,
please contact us today.
- Citizenship Applications
- PR Card renewals
- Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds application
- Immigration and refugee appeals
- Post landing Services- at SOS Immigration we offer post
landing services to assist you when you land in Canada.
We understand that settling in a new country can be difficult
without the appropriate help; however, our post landing services will
ensure that you have a smooth transition into settling in Canada.
- Assistance applying for health card, Social Insurance Number and Driver’s License
- Airport pick up to transport clients to their destinations
- Arranging for hotel accommodations
- Assistance in finding a real estate broker or agent
- Assistance in opening a bank account or other banking services
- Assistance with filing taxes