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Migration Expert Canada is a private immigration company with a team of highly experienced ICCRC regulated migration consultants who represent clients from across the globe wishing to apply for a Canadian visa. Migration Expert provides fee-based services in addition to the official government charges to advise, assist and represent our clients through the often-complex visa application process.
All decisions for granting of a visa remain with the Canadian Government subject to lodging a valid application using the free forms available on the Government website and meeting the relevant criteria. Migration Expert is not affiliated with the Canadian Government and act independent in the interests of our clients.
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Free Canadian Visa Eligibility Assessment

Using criteria set by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Canadian Visa Eligibility Assessment is the most comprehensive and technologically advanced online Visa Assessment tool available. The Assessment is free and takes only a few minutes to complete. However, you should not rely on this result alone as a true indication of your ability to apply for a Visa in Canada. If you would like a more realistic assessment you need to consult a Regulated Migration Consultant. To consult one of our Migration Consultants you should complete both the Canadian Visa Eligibility Assessment and Canadian Migration Interview. Once you have completed these steps, you can purchase a service where one of our Migration Consultants will explain to you your results and give you advice on your best way forward.
Canadian Visa Eligibility Assessments
  • Work Visa

    The Work Visa category allows highly skilled applicants with transferable skills to live and work in Canada as permanent residents.
  • Temporary Work Visa

    A Temporary Work Visa is designed to fill labour shortages by granting applicants with specific skills in demand temporary residence in Canada.
  • Travel Visa

    A Canadian Travel visa is for tourists, organ donors and business people who wish to travel to Canada for a short stay.
  • Working Holiday Visa

    The Working Holiday visa allows young people between the ages of 18-35 from eligible countries to work and explore Canada for a period up to 24 months.
  • Student Visa

    The Student visa allows foreigners to study at one of Canada's world-class schools, universities and other educational institutions.
  • Business Visa

    Business visas are designed for individuals seeking to establish and/or invest in a business to foster growth in Canada's economy.
  • Family Visa

    The Family visas have been established to reunite family members living abroad with their Canadian family.
  • Citizenship

    Citizenship allows permanent residents and persons with certain ties to Canada to become Canadian citizens.
Latest Immigration News
  • All you need to know about Canada's new Express Entry system
    As of January 1st, 2015, the Canadian government will introduce its new Express Entry system which will help process permanent residence applications to Canada for some economic programs. This program should oversee an improvement in processing times, candidate selection and job offer opportunities for all those who wish to work and live in Canada. Here's all you need to know about Canada's new Express Entry system.
  • Canadian Citizenship Backlog Hits All-time Low Level in 2 years
    According to a statement issued by Canada Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander, the Citizenship Act has reduced the number of unprocessed applications to the lowest level in the past two years. Immigration and Citizenship Canada is attempting to shorten the overall processing time for getting Canadian visa from the current three years period to less than one year by 2015/16.
  • Canada Issues First 2 Start-Up Visas in Vancouver
    On July 16, 2014, the first two start - up visas have been issued for two former Ukrainian citizens by Canadian Citizenship and Immigration in Vancouver.