People who would like to come to Canada as soon as possible
People who have certain level of English ability
People who would like to bring the whole family to Canada
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is an economic immigration program that nominates people for permanent residence in Alberta. Nominees must have skills to fill job shortages or be planning to buy or start a business in Alberta. They must also be able to provide for their families. The program is run by the governments of Alberta and Canada.
If you are nominated through the program, you may apply for permanent residence status together with your spouse or common-law partner, and dependent children. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada manages applications for permanent residence. The federal government also makes final decisions on these applications.
The Alberta Opportunity Stream (AOS) is for temporary foreign workers who are already working full-time in Alberta and have a full-time job offer from an Alberta employer in an eligible occupation. Candidates must have a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or hold one of the accepted LMIA exemption work permits. Candidates must also meet other minimum eligibility criteria for residency and work permit type, occupation, language, education, Alberta job offer and work experience.
A minimum of 12 months full-time work experience in your current occupation in Alberta within the last 18 months, or
A minimum of 24 months of full-time work experience in your current occupation in Canada or abroad within the last 30 months or both – this work experience can be a combination of experience gained in Alberta, in Canada (outside Alberta) or abroad.
Canadian immigration agency, headquartered in Toronto, Calgary and four Atlantic provinces have branches.
The Beijing branch was established to truly provide one-stop service from consulting to landing.
Abundant research resources and first-hand employer resources not only ensure the qualification of the employer, but also avoid the price difference between the middlemen.
Focus on Canadian immigration, close relationship with provincial government.
Member of the Canadian Immigration Law Commission (ICCRC), a cooperative agency recognized by the Canadian Department of Immigration.