How to Immigrate to Canada

Canada is the second most popular country for emigration from the United States.

Since 2004, we have been specializing in Canadian work permit applications for Americans, as well as Canadian immigration and citizenship for Americans. Hundreds of successful applications later, we have become your Westcoast legal experts in how to immigrate to Canada.

We are based in western Canada, internationally known for our cultural diversity, excellent talent and job opportunities, outdoor beauty and lifestyle, universal medical care, healthy business environment, and stable government.

Examples of what our western Canadian market needs:

  • Software engineers and designers
  • Graphic designers and illustrators
  • Engineers
  • Computer systems analysts
  • Scientific technicians
  • Medical professionals (various)
  • Alberta oil sands workers
  • Saskatchewan potash workers
  • Management consultants
  • Trades peoples
  • Truck drivers
  • Innovators and inventors

Options for Immediate Entry to Canada

  • Visitors
  • Business Visitors
  • Professional workers
  • Intracompany transferee
  • Traders / Investors

Americans are eligible to apply for immediate entry to Canada at the land border or airport under these categories. We can typically prepare your written submission, advise you on supporting documents, and provide you with a mock interview for these immediate entries within 2-4 weeks.

Options for Other Entry to Canada

  • Student
  • SWAP working holiday
  • Athletes
  • Performing artists
  • Entertainers and actors
  • Religious workers and clergy
  • Business owner-operators

Americans are eligible to apply for immediate entry to Canada at the land border or airport under these categories. Preparation and processing times vary depending on each case.

Options for Immigration to Canada

  • Business and Entrepreneur Programs
  • Express Entry Programs
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Spousal/Common-Law Sponsorship
  • Parental Sponsorship

Americans may be eligible to register for and/or apply for Canadian Permanent Residency (the US equivalent of a “green card”) through these immigration categories. Preparation and processing times vary depending on each case.

Canadian-US Dual Citizenship

If you were born in Canada and/or born to Canadian parent, you may be a Canadian citizen. Moreover, you may have immediate eligibility for Canadian citizenship if:

  • you were born outside Canada and at least one of your parents was born in Canada,
  • you were born outside Canada and at least one of your parents was naturalized in Canada before your birth, or
  • you became a citizen because of changes to the Citizenship Act.

 

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