Taking you towards a better tomorrow

Offering amazing opportunities to work, study and live an incredibly comfortable life, Canada is considered to be one of the topmost destinations for immigration.

The best part about Canada is that the immigration process here is relatively much easier than other countries.

There is a whole range of immigration programs available to choose from depending upon your specific requirements.

Broadly speaking, these can be categorized into the following:

  • Permanent Residency
  • Work Permits
  • Study Permits (students can study and work during and after studies leading to a PR option).

The Canadian government also welcomes the legal migrants and provides all the benefits that a native Canadian receives.


Low business costs and tax rates make Canada one of the most lucrative countries to start business in. Therefore it attracts thousands of business immigrants every year.

Most people coming from developing countries like India, who have migrated to Canada have come up with their own business ventures and are now earning great profits while leading a great lifestyle.

You can choose to apply from a range of categories like:

  • Self-employed Persons Program
  • Start-up Program
  • Quebec Business Immigration Program, etc

Age Factor

For immigration to Canada, you should be at least 18 years old. You get points for age factor up to 46 years. However, as your age increases, your age-factor points start reducing.

Language Proficiency Test

Since English and French are the two official languages of Canada, therefore you must prove your proficiency in either of these languages with minimum CLB 7.

There are several internationally recognized tests you can take to prove your English proficiency like IELTS, TOEFL etc. To know more, please get in touch with us anytime.

Educational Credential Assessment

To apply for PR in Canada, you must at least be a graduate and if you are applying for PR as a skilled worker from another country, you need to provide ECA (Educational Credential Assessment) from an approved authority, like WES.

Work Experience

Minimum 1 year of work experience is a must for applying for Canadian PR. However, to get an invitation from IRCC, you must earn more points on the point based immigration system of Canada. Ideally, work experience of at least 3 years can help you earn good points.