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What to do if you lost your wallet?

Losing one’s wallet can feel very much like a painful severance or even an amputation. Usually your wallet contains a good proportion of the most important parts of our day-to-day life; the simple act of leaving a wallet in a restaurant or on a bench, or even having it stolen, can be devastating both emotionally…

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Best Immigration Tools

What are the best tools, websites, and content for any job in the immigration and document industry here in Canada? We’ve put together the winners to help you do the job faster. Here are some of the winners we will be covering: Express Entry Tool and Websites IRCC Application Processing Times Are you a Canadian…

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Aylan Kurdi and Canada’s Refugee Policy

Aylan Kurdi by Defend International / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 Aylan Kurdi is the 3 year old child washed up on a beach in Turkey. The boat he, his 5 year old brother and his parents, as well as 8 other refugees were travelling in capsized in the Mediterranean. They were trying to reach a Greek island and from there…

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How to prove your common-law relationship

If you wish to sponsor a common-law partner to come to Canada, you must prove to immigration authorities that your common-law relationship is a valid one, and not one of convenience. That is, you must convince them that you are not sponsoring someone that you don’t have a genuine relationship with. Not only that, you…

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Online Applications for Permanent Residence (PR)

The government of Canada is testing out a trial version of online applications for a wide range of immigration programs, including sponsorship programs, provincial nominee programs, and Atlantic immigration programs, just to name a few. This is still a Beta version, as they say, so rest assured that you can still apply on paper if…

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Terms & Conditions

Immigroup is a private company which assists clients with immigration and travel documentation matters. We are not the government and we are not affiliated with any government agency. Some of our services are regulated by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and we follow its rules and guidelines. To learn more please click here….

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Canadian Citizenship by Descent Tool – Are you a citizen?

3 easy steps to find out if you are Canadian   If you are looking for simple answers to a solution to this all-important question, “Am I Canadian?”. Then read on… Step 1 – The simple tool Here is a simple chart explaining things if you are a Canadian. Detailed explanations and alternative solutions can…

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Paying Fees and Other Expenses for the Parents Sponsorship

This article is a continuation of a parent sponsorship course – to see full course material please click here In-depth Tutorial on Spousal Sponsorships, your total expenses to sponsor someone will depend on whether you appoint a representative and what you hire your representative for. A paid representative who guides you through the entire application…

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Replacing your Immigration Document – a step-by-step guide

Do you urgently need to verify a document you used to immigrate to Canada, perhaps in order to apply for your Canada Pension and Old Age Supplement payments? Does your Record of Landing, for example, or your Study Permit, need to have an error corrected? And what do you do if you came to Canada…

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IRCC Processing Times: immigration, passports, and documents

IRCC processing times: Immigroup has gathered together all the information you need to get a reasonable take on how long your application will take. Plus, we’ve added a helpful tips to make sure your application doesn’t end up getting unnecessarily delayed, see the trend if your application is getting better or worse, along with some FAQs,…

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Super Visa Course

For anyone who has children or grandchildren living overseas in Canada and who visit them on a regular basis, applying for a visitor visa every time you travel to Canada to see them can become a wearying experience after a few years. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if there was one visa that was…

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Supporting Documents Student Permit

You will have to provide the following supporting documents when applying for a study permit: A Letter of Acceptance from your DLI. This can be an electronic copy or the original letter. You should include it in your application. Family members accompanying the international student to Canada do not need a Letter of Acceptance. The…

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