- Permanent Resident/Express Entry Visa
Express Entry is an immigration system which selects skilled workers to Canada under Federal Economic programs. Applicants submit an online profile to the Express Entry Pool. Canadian employers and provincial governments across Canada access the best candidates who are invited by the Federal government to apply for Canadian permanent residence
- Work Permit Visa
Foreign workers admitted to Canada help fill labour market shortages and provide other economic opportunities for Canadians, such as job creation and the transfer of new skills and knowledge. At Pathmaker Immigration, we frequently assist employers and job seekers to Canada in securing positive ESDC labour market impact assessment (LMIA) opinions. Once a positive LMIA is issued, the foreign worker may qualify to apply for a Canadian work permit.
- Study Permit and Visa
Representing a number of worldclass institutions in British Columbia, Canada, we are authorized to recruit and assist students from all over the world in their dreams of studying, working and experiencing life in Canada. Our programs include; English as a second language (ESL), Work/Study Programs, Secondary School, Vocational Studies, College and University. Programs offered range from 2 weeks to 2 years.
- Visitor Visa & Extension
A visitor visa may be for single entry or multiple entry use. Single entry visas may be issued up to six months before the expected date of travel.
- Spousal And Family Sponsorship Visa
In order to be eligible under Family Class Sponsorship, the individual being sponsored for a permanent resident visa must be a member of the family class as defined by the Canadian government.
- Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA)
With access to talented foreign workers in Latin America, India, Korea, Indonesia, and Eastern Europe, we can recruit the best employees for your company. We specialize in resort & hospitality, trades and skilled labour positions.
In most cases, in order to recruit a foreign worker, an employer in Canada must apply for a Canadian Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to hirer a foreign worker. Once confirmed, the qualified foreign worker must obtain a Work Permit from a Citizenship and Immigration Canada.