Frequently Asked Questions





1. Should you Immigrate to Canada?

Canada is one of the countries with cleanest water and air, with massive amount of untapped land resources to exploit, enjoy and enrich yourself with. Besides Canada supports Human rights and its core beliefs are towards freedom of choice, freedom of expression and religion. Some of the options which Canada offers, even above USA, which makes it viable and preferable even for US residents to move to Canada are:

A. Free universal healthcare: Canadians and permanent residents do not have to worry about huge medical bills.

B. Better work-life balance: Workers in Canada enjoy shorter hours. A Gallup article suggested that full time U.S. workers end up working an average of 47 hours a week, whereas in Canada, the standard number of weekly work hours is 40 hours a week.

C. Paid statutory holidays: In Canada, workers enjoy paid statutory holidays, such as Canada Day. In the U.S., however, employers are not required to pay employees for time not worked.

D. Paid maternity leave: The U.S. provides just 12 weeks of unpaid parental leave for new parents. Canadian mothers can enjoy 35 to 61 weeks off, and can also receive payment through Canada’s Employment Insurance (EI).

E. Canada is more accepting of migrants: According to a recent global survey, Canada is the world’s most accepting country for migrants.



2. What are my options of immigration to Canada?

Canada offers various choices for everyone to immigrate to this beautiful country. Look for the option most suitable to your needs, by contacting us now. Alternatively, briefly explaining Canada offers Immigration through

a. Federal express Entry

b. Federal Investment Programs

c. Federal entrepreneur Programs

d. Provincial Nomination Programs

e. Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programs

f. Work Permit Based Programs

g. Canada Experience Class Based Programs

h. Language based Programs

i. Investment based Programs provincially



3. What are the benefits of immigrations to Canada?

Some of the benefits of moving to Canada are listed below

a. Clear air, water and environment.

b. Strong Government Support should you need one, became more evident during COVID times like CERB, CEBA, CEWS etc. To Read more, visit Government site to know about what Government did during Covid Times. (Note: Almost no other country has provided so much benefits as have Canada during this tough times).

c. Better Health Care: Perhaps one of best Health Care in the world, absolutely free of cost.

d. Strong Labor Laws to make you get what you deserve.

e. Free universal healthcare: Canadians and permanent residents do not have to worry about huge medical bills.

f. Better work-life balance: Workers in Canada enjoy shorter hours. A Gallup article suggested that full time U.S. workers end up working an average of 47 hours a week, whereas in Canada, the standard number of weekly work hours is 40 hours a week.

g. Paid statutory holidays: In Canada, workers enjoy paid statutory holidays, such as Canada Day. In the U.S., however, employers are not required to pay employees for time not worked.

h. Paid maternity leave: The U.S. provides just 12 weeks of unpaid parental leave for new parents. Canadian mothers can enjoy 35 to 61 weeks off, and can also receive payment through Canada’s Employment Insurance (EI).

i. Canada is more accepting of migrants: According to a recent global survey, Canada is the world’s most accepting country for migrants.



4. Can I reduce my taxes after immigrating to Canada?

Government of Canada Through Canada Business Corporation Act allows effective Tax Planning, to use the right resources and applicable laws of the Country. One of the benefits available to the residents and citizens are reduced taxes for Canadian Controlled Private Corporation. This is not a legal advice. To know more consult your counsel.



5. Can I bring my parents to Canada?

Government of Canada offers lot of methods by which you can unite with your parents. Some of the methods are listed below. To Know more, contact us.

(i) Super Visa

(ii) Sponsorship

(iii) H&C Consideration



6. Does Canada allow common law union?

Yes, Canada Allows Common Law Union. For the Purpose of Immigration, common-law partnership means that a couple have lived together for at least one year in a conjugal relationship. A common-law relationship exists from the day on which two individuals can provide evidence to support their cohabitation in a conjugal relationship. To know about the documents to prove the relationship, contact us now.



7. Can I purchase a property in Canada?

Yes, anybody can purchase property in Canada. However, Taxes differ as per your residency. Another reason to move to Canada avail better taxation on purchase of property.



8. What businesses are eligible for immigration to Canada?

Business and compliance is province specific being a Provincial Subject. Every Province has its own compliance regimen. To know more, visit business immigration section of the Immigration Services offered by us.