Why Choose Government Licensed Immigration Consultants (RCIC)?

Did you know?
 
Only Canadian Government Licensed Immigration and citizenship representatives are authorized to
 
– explain and give advice on your immigration or citizenship options
– help you choose the best immigration program for you
– fill out and submit your immigration or citizenship application
– communicate with the Government of Canada on your behalf
– represent you in an immigration or citizenship application or hearing
– advertise that they can give immigration or citizenship advice
 
The Canadian Government will not deal with representatives who charge a fee but are not authorized. If you use an unauthorized representative, in Canada or abroad, they may return your application or refuse it.
 
Click the below link to learn more about Authorized Representatives and who can represent your Immigration application in Canada.
 
 
We are a Canadian Government Licensed Immigration & Citizenship Consulting Firm. Call +1 6477733673 or email info@alexanderimmigration.ca for all your Canadian Immigration needs.

Your Success is our Success!

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Great News – Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) Program Update

International students now have 180 days to apply for their PGWP upon completion of their studies, and not 90 days.
 
Another significant update is the removal of the requirement to hold a valid study permit when applying for a PGWP. The study permit must have been valid at some point during the 180 days period the graduates have for submission.
 
These program updates are highly beneficial to the graduates as it gives the students time to collect the required documents to apply for their PGWP.
 
PGWP is an open work permit that allows international students who graduate from eligible Canadian designated learning institutions (DLI) to stay and work in Canada for a period of up to three years after their studies.
 
On obtaining the PGWP, they can work for any employer across Canada without restrictions, and most importantly they do not require a job offer to get this work permit.
 
On obtaining a year of skilled work experience under Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC) A or B, they can apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class.
 
To know more about this program or if interested in studying in Canada, please contact us.
 
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Temporary Resident Visa Refused/Rejected – What Next?

You received that dreaded letter from IRCC informing that your visa for visiting/ studying/ working in Canada has been rejected/refused.

Most  refusals will be due to one or a combination of the following:

  • Inadequate documentation
  • The officer is concerned with your intent for visa
  • Insufficient funds for your stay in Canada
  • Travel History
  • Ties to Home Country & Canada
  • Inadmissibility – Medical or Criminal
  • Misrepresentation – Falsified Documents or Information

Occasionally the officers may have other concerns that do not fall in one of the above parameters, and which will have to be addressed on an individual basis.

Your Canadian dream has been shattered, what next? Don’t give up or rush to reapply immediately without understanding the actual reasons for refusal/rejection.

Follow these steps and find success in your next attempt:

  • Seek professional assistance – contact an ICCRC licensed Immigration Consultant and discuss your case in detail. Now is the time to be prudent and seek expert help.
  • Make a request under the Access to Information and Privacy Act(ATIP) to get the actual reasons for refusal. The letter that you usually get is a generic one that does not give you specific details about your case in particular. Your licensed consultant can help you apply for and obtain the GCMS notes under ATIP for a fee. This is a crucial step and essential for your success during the reapplication process.
  • Address concerns found in the GCMS notes and submit a fresh application with detailed explanations. Your licensed consultant will be able to help you navigate this step.
  • Alternately, if you feel the concerns raised in the GCMS notes are not valid, and they have already been addressed, then consider filing an application for Leave and Judicial Review. Your licensed consultant cannot represent you in Federal Court but will refer you to a professional Immigration Lawyer who is an expert with such court cases.

If you plan to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa or if your visa has been rejected/refused, contact us today! Hiring a licensed professional can make a huge difference in the quality of your application.

We would love to help you and guide you through the application process to increase your chance of getting the coveted Canadian Visa stamped on your passports.

YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR SUCCESS.

Call + 1 647 773 3673 or email info@alexanderimmigration.ca for more information.