Forsyth Legal Services provides Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultation services and representation for all types of Canadian immigration applications and tribunal matters. We understand the difficulty of being separated from loved ones and the desire to build a brighter future in Canada. Canada's Immigration System is complex. Navigating this system can be overwhelming, costly and dangerous. Our support and attention to detail will ensure a complete application with the best chances of success.
Canadian Immigration services include:
~ Permanent Residence – Spouse and Family Sponsorship
- Sponsor your spouse, common-law partner, dependent child or parents for Permanent Residency to Canada
~ Permanent Residence – Express Entry for Skilled Worker or Skilled Trade, Canadian Experience, Provincial Nominee
- Qualify for permanent residency to Canada based on your skilled work experience, skilled trade experience , Canadian work experience or as a Provincial Nominee.
~ Visitor Visa
- Apply to visit Canada for a short period of time to visit family, for tourism or business purposes
~ Super Visa
- Parents and grandparents can apply for an extended visitor visa to remain in Canada with family for up to 2 years per visit.
~ Student Visa
- On successful admission to a qualified educational institution, students can be granted a student visa to pursue a Canadian education.
~ Work Visa
- On receipt of an approved offer of employment, temporary residence can be granted authorization to work in Canada
~ Labor Market Impact Assessment
- Employers that would benefit from the ability to hire foreign workers; to fill work shortages and further develop their business can receive authorization to hire foreign workers in the form of a Labour Market Impact Assessment.
~ Canadian Citizenship
- Canadian Citizens enjoy increased benefits to Permanent Residents. Permanent Residents are able to apply for Canadian Citizenship pursuant to certain requirements.
~ PR Card Renewal / Replacement
- Especially when travelling outside of Canada, Permanent Residents require a current PR Card.