Immigration Representation

The service of legal Immigration Representation for any of the Business Immigration classes. includes a preliminary assessment of each candidate to provide advice… (Read more)

Business Consulting

This service is tailored to each candidate’s needs along the process of immigrating to Canada.  It can include Business Plan preparation, support for obtaining the… (Read more)

Brokerage services

We work with a network of licensed Business Brokers  and we can help our candidates to pre-screen small businesses that are for sale in the Canadian market according… (Read more)


U.S. losing tech talent to Canada

The land of the free isn’t catering to talented techies quite like our neighbors to the north. So many entrepreneurs have given up on navigating the complicated U.S. immigration system and are heading to Canada to launch their startups..  (Read more)


Immigration Consulting Regulator Responds  to Sentencing  of Unauthorized Representative

Burlington (ON) – June 10, 2014 – The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) notes the one-year jail sentence and three years’ probation imposed on Sergiy Gedeonov of Ottawa for violations of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).  IRPA requires anyone providing immigration advice for compensation to be a member of the ICCRC or other authorized representative.  (Read more)


Ottawa sweetens immigration pitch to foreign entrepreneurs with promise of mentorship

Foreign entrepreneurs have a new reason to set up shop in Canada: the promise of mentorship.

Ottawa announced on Monday plans to bolster its existing startup visa program to include a new stream that connects prospective immigrant entrepreneurs with Canadian business incubators. (Read more)


Canada sets start-up visa to attract entrepreneur immigrants

OTTAWA, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Foreign innovators who want to set up new companies in Canada will be able to immigrate under a new start-up visa program that Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said on Thursday was the first of its kind in the world.

The new program, to be launched on April 1, is part of a government push to better align the immigration system with Canada’s economic goals. Last year, the government revamped the skilled worker program to try to make it meet employers’ needs more nimbly. (Read more)