0,000
PLANNED PERMANENT ADMISSIONS IN 2018

450,000

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BY 2022
0%
REFUGEES IN THE WORLD TO RESETTLE IN 2017–2018

86,000

FAMILY REUNIFICATION TARGET IN 2018

Canada's Immigration Goals

Social: to facilitate the reunion in Canada of Canadian residents with close family members from abroad. Economic: to foster the development of a strong, viable economy in all regions of Canada. Humanitarian: to fulfill Canada’s international legal obligations concerning refugees and to uphold its humanitarian tradition.

Immigration is an area of shared jurisdiction. IRCC works with other federal departments, the provinces, municipalities, international organizations, the private sector, the voluntary sector and not-for-profit organizations to achieve these goals.

Ethnocultural Diversity

One out of 5 people in Canada’s population is foreign-born. More than 200 ethnic origins include Aboriginal peoples in Canada, European groups that first settled and people who settled in Canada in subsequent waves of international migration.

Most common ethnic origins: Canadian, English, French, Scottish, Irish, German, Italian, Chinese, First Nations (North American Indian), Ukrainian, East Indian, Dutch and Polish. One out of every five people a visible minority: South Asian, Chinese, Black, Filipino, Latin American, Arab, Southeast Asian, West Asian, Korean and Japanese.

Demographic Estimates

Canada’s population was estimated at 36,885,049 in 2017.

International migratory increase remained the main driver of the Canadian population growth in almost all provinces. In 2017, growth was largely due to international migration (+138,315), with an unprecedented rise in the number of non-permanent residents (+79,804), i.e., study & work permit holders, and refugee claimants.

Immigrants can play an important role in Canada’s future labor force, given aging population and decline in Canada labor force participation rate.

Immigrating to Canada

The rules for the admission of immigrants and refugees deal with three basic categories that correspond to the three main program objectives: reuniting families, promoting economic development and protecting refugees; usually referred to as Family Class, Economic Immigrants, and Refugees.

There are also classes of immigrants established for humanitarian or public policy reasons as well as rules governing the entry of visitors, students and temporary workers who fall under non-immigrant, or temporary, immigration program. Every visitor must obtain a visitor visa, except exempted countries.

WHO WE ARE

“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”

Lerom Immigration offers comprehensive immigration service and is a part of a supportive social network.

— RICHARD JAMES MOLLOY

SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CANADA:

– 1867, the Constitution Act

An Imperial statute proclaimed in UK Parliament.

The 3 British colonies – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec) became the first four provinces of the new Dominion of Canada.

– 1971Multiculturalism Policy

Multiculturalism was announced as official government policy for the first time intended to preserve the cultural freedom of all individuals and provide recognition of the cultural contributions of diverse ethnic groups to Canadian society.

In 1982, multiculturalism was recognized by section 27 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms stating the following “This Charter shall be interpreted in a manner consistent with the preservation and enhancement of the multicultural heritage of Canadians.”

– 1982, Constitution Act 

Renamed the British North America Act the Constitution Act, 1867.

Included an entrenched bill of rights – the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Included protections for Aboriginal and treaty rights.

Defined the written texts of the “Constitution of Canada”.

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HOW WE CAN HELP YOU:

How we can help you?

  • Answer your immigration questions.

    To make a deliberate decision about immigration requires information and full awareness of immigration program requirements, candidate’s eligibility, and Canada immigration policy and priorities at the specific time. We appreciate different time zones and locations, IRCC deadlines and personal circumstances. Meet with us or send us a request and we can make alternative arrangements.

  • Assess your chances to come to Canada under one or more immigration programs.

    There are more than 60 immigration programs under which eligible candidate could stay or live in Canada. Every immigration program, federal or provincial, have specific requirements that are updated or changed from time to time. We can help to match your skills and personal circumstances with one or more immigration programs.

  • Prepare your immigration file.

    Nobody can guarantee a favorable decision on the immigration application.  Immigration or visa officer will decide on an immigration application after establishing candidate’s eligibility and assessing candidate’s fit towards program requirements. It is crucial to assist the officer by correctly filling out immigration forms, drafting submissions, or providing an explanation to the request.

  • Submit your immigration application package.

    Most immigration applications could be submitted electronically, while very few just in a paper form. We will use IRCC portal for Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants, as authorized paid representatives (APR), to complete, pay for, and submit online applications on behalf of our clients.

  • Communicate on your behalf with the IRCC, IRB, CBSA, or visa office abroad.

    With proper authorization from the client, we take on all communications with respective immigration authorities. While regular immigration file processing cycle involves preparation, submission, processing, and decision, some files require additional actions to address officer’s concerns, request extension, inquire about a delay, etc.

LATEST NEWS & TESTIMONIALS

  • "Immigration is a sensitive topic."     
        
    Mario Diaz-Balart
  • "The land flourished because it was fed from so many sources―because it was nourished by so many cultures and traditions and peoples."
          
    Lyndon B. Johnson
  • "Immigration is not just compatible with but is a necessary component of economic growth."
          
    Dave Reichert
  • "Immigration is one of the leading contributors to population growth."
          
    Paul Watson
  • "A simple way to take measure of a country is to look at how many want it.. And how many want out."
            
    Tony Blair

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