Settling in a new country is a life changing event. Exeo helps you navigate the complex and often changing rules of immigration. Our goal is simple: to bring your project to immigrate, work, invest or study in Canada from dream to reality. Whether you are a skilled worker, a business owner, a recent graduate, or criminally inadmissible; Canada can become your new home. We can help you get there.
Many foreign nationals chasing their dreams are wondering how to immigrate to Canada. But the Canadian government’s rules for settling here are complex and hard to navigate. Put our immigration expertise and legal services to work for your project. We’ll verify your eligibility for the available work or study permit applications and find the most suitable Canadian immigration program for you.
If you want to work in Canada, we take care of preparing the application for a work permit through the Canadian skilled workers program. There are other options for immigration applicants depending on whether you want to invest, start a business, or file an application for the provincial nominee program (PNP) as a temporary or permanent resident.
Applications for permanent residency submitted outside of Québec under the Skilled Workers Program or the Provincial Nominee Program may be eligible for express entry to Canada: the profiles of the applicants for permanent residence are placed in a pool of candidates, a “basin” that Canadian employers can access to recruit.
Skilled Worker Programs in Canada
- Points based system
- Favours candidates with job offers in Canada, language skills in English and/or French and candidate nominated by provinces
- Solution for young graduates from abroad and highly skilled individuals
Business Immigration Programs
Solutions for successful entrepreneurs with ideas and/or funds to contribute to the Canadian economy:
Family Immigration – Sponsorship
In the family class for spouses, whether married or common-law, there are two types of applications: those made within Canada and those made outside Canada. In both cases, of course, the relationship must be in good faith. Its authenticity is under heavy scrutiny when assessed by the examining immigration officer.