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Canadian Immigration

Canada offers over 60 different immigration programs to become a Permanent Resident, and at Go Canada Visas, we understand that choosing the right program is crucial for a smooth and successful application. Whether your case is simple or complex, our Canadian immigration consultancy is well-versed in all areas of Canadian immigration law and Citizenship.


Contact us today to schedule a consultation and receive a thorough assessment of your situation, along with a discussion of the options available to you. Alternatively, you can complete our FREE Assessment online, and we will reach out to you to start exploring the best pathway for your journey to immigrate to Canada.

Permanent Residency


Permanent residence in Canada allows individuals who are not Canadian citizens to live and work in the country indefinitely. To obtain permanent residency, one must apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Living in Canada for at least two years within a five-year period is essential to maintain this status.

Being a permanent resident of Canada comes with several benefits. These include the freedom to live, study, and work anywhere in the country, access to healthcare and social benefits, eligibility for employment insurance and Canada Pension Plan payments, protection under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the ability to sponsor relatives for permanent residency, provided specific criteria are met.


There are various programs available for obtaining permanent residency. Economic classes assess applicants based on their potential to contribute to the Canadian economy and consider factors such as education, work experience, language proficiency, and more. In contrast, non-economic classes consider factors like humanitarian grounds and family reunification.
Once you receive permanent residence, obtaining and maintaining a permanent resident card (PR card) is essential, as it is proof of your status in Canada. Fulfilling the residency requirements and obligations is crucial to maintaining your permanent resident status.

For personalized guidance on the best pathway to permanent residence, complete our free assessment or contact us for a consultation. We are here to help you navigate the process and explore the options that suit your circumstances.


Temporary Residence and Visas


If you want to temporarily reside in Canada for purposes such as visiting, working, studying, or living, our company is here to assist you. Temporary residency in Canada refers to the legal authorisation granted to foreign nationals, allowing them to enter or stay in the country for a limited period.

There are various categories under temporary residency, including:

  • Temporary resident visas
  • Electronic travel authorizations
  • International students
  • Temporary workers
  • Temporary resident permits

Furthermore, if you are already in Canada and wish to extend your temporary resident status beyond the initial period granted, we can also assist you with that process.

Contact us today to arrange a consultation and discuss the eligibility requirements for your chosen temporary residence program. Our dedicated team is ready to provide personalized assistance and help you navigate the temporary residency process in Canada smoothly and efficiently.



Inadmissibility refers to the situation where an individual is deemed ineligible to enter or remain in Canada due to specific grounds outlined in the country’s immigration laws. These grounds can vary and may result in the refusal of a visa, denial of entry at the border, or removal from Canada.

There are several grounds of inadmissibility in Canada, including:

  1. Criminality: Individuals with certain criminal convictions or involvement in organized crime activities may be considered inadmissible.
  1. Security Reasons: Those who pose a threat to national security or have ties to terrorist organizations may be deemed inadmissible.
  1. Health: Individuals with a health condition that poses a risk to public health or excessive demand on Canadian healthcare services may be considered inadmissible.
  1. Financial Reasons: Individuals who are unable or unwilling to support themselves or their dependents financially may be found inadmissible.
  1. Misrepresentation: Providing false information or withholding relevant information in an immigration application can result in inadmissibility.
  1. Non-Compliance: Failing to meet the conditions of a previous visa or violating immigration laws may render an individual inadmissible.
  1. Human Rights Violations: Those who have committed or are involved in human rights abuses may be considered inadmissible.

It’s important to note that each case is unique, and the specific circumstances and details surrounding an individual’s situation will determine whether they fall within any of these grounds of inadmissibility.

Overcoming Inadmissibility

There are ways of overcoming your criminal inadmissibility. If you are inadmissible, you may become admissible again if you:

  • Are deemed rehabilitated;
  • Apply for individual rehabilitation and get approved; or
  • Receive a pardon or record suspension.
  • You may also be offered a temporary resident permit if your reason to travel to Canada is considered justified in the circumstances and you do not pose a risk because of your inadmissibility.

It’s important to remember that each situation is unique, and the specific circumstances surrounding an individual’s case will determine whether they fall within any of these grounds of inadmissibility. If you have concerns about inadmissibility or need assistance navigating the complex immigration process, we’re here to provide personalized guidance and support.

Document Checking Service

We understand that Canadian Immigration law can be complex, which is why we offer our Document Checking service.  This service gives you that extra level of security when submitting your application. Here at Go Canada Visas we offer document checking assistance with all Canadian Visa and Immigration applications including citizenship applications.

If you have collected the necessary documents and completed your application forms, but are still unsure if everything is completed correctly or if you have gathered the right documents to satisfy the Canadian requirements, then our Document Checking Service will provide peace of mind.

Here at Go Canada Visas we have seen many applications and understand the different areas where an applicant can make mistakes. Our document checking service is designed to ensure you avoid those costly mistakes that may result in refusal and additional expenses, ensuring your application is submitted to its best standard.

We advise on the possibility of success based on the information you provide to us before submission to Citizenship Immigration Canada

Our Canadian Immigration Document Checking Service Includes:

  • A detailed written assessment of your application forms and supporting documentation by Samantha Skerrett a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant. Feedback from a recognised ICCRC expert.
  • Draw special attention to any areas of correction that may cause potential reasons for refusal.
  • Suggestions regarding further documents you may wish to include to improve your chances of success.
  • A second and final review of the corrected application.

Please note this application is a review of a full completed application prepared by you.

If your application is not fully completed and you are struggling we would suggest we assist you with the full application service for the program of your choice, where we will become your appointed authorised representative with Canadian Immigration.

Get your Visa Application and documentation checked by a qualified professional with years of experience.

If you would like further information about our Document Checking Service, then please do not hesitate to contact us.