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

Immigration is a good thing and sensitive topic!
We do what we qualified to do and what we believe is a good thing.

Admitting immigrants is a legal and orderly process of shared jurisdiction between federal and provincial governments in Canada.

Every year IRCC releases details on immigration level plans and administer Canada’s immigration goals through two major statutes: the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act & Regulations and the Citizenship Act.

Immigration officers act within authority and scope granted by laws and guided by requirements established for each immigration program when processing immigration applications.

We can’t guarantee you a favorable decision. However, our role in this legal and orderly process is to prepare your immigration file according to existing standards and requirements. Having regard to personal circumstances, we work hard and apply individual approach putting in our best efforts into every immigration file.

Lerom Immigration provides comprehensive immigration services and is a part of a supportive social network. We do hard work and charge money for it, at the same time our vision of the important role of social support dictates our initiatives provided free of charge: immigration sessions, free online assessment, and pro-bono files!

We provide comprehensive immigration service.
Initial meeting. Meet with RCIC and tell us your story and immigration plans.

Assessment. Based on your circumstances and profile, we will assess your chances to come, stay/extend your stay or immigrate to Canada.

Retainer Agreement (RA). Sign a retainer specifying the following: a category of representation, RCIC responsibilities and commitments, the needs and preferences of the Client, billing method and payment terms.

Pre-payment. Deposit 50% of the flat fee for us to start working on a file.

Work on an immigration file. Actions vary depending on category, Client’s circumstances and difficulty of the file. May include but not limited to: completing immigration forms, drafting submissions, letters, requests/ responses, narratives, preparation for/ representation at a hearing, communication with immigration authorities, etc.

Balance payment: remaining 50% of a flat fee.

Submission. We complete, pay for, and submit online applications on behalf of our clients through IRCC portal for RCIC, as authorized paid representatives (APR).

Decision. Informing the client of the decision and discussing further steps/ actions to be taken (as required).

Lerom Immigration is a part of a supportive social network..
Lerom Immigration is a part of a supportive social network that we do for free.

We do free immigration information sessions. Regularly, we hold immigration sessions devoted to specific immigration topics of our choice. This encompasses complicated immigration areas that usually require additional explanation to the public, topics on which we receive many questions via Q&A section of Lerom Immigration web site, or related to new changes in the immigration program. Alternatively, we are open to doing immigration information sessions upon a request from the public. To make this possible, please send your request indicating immigration topic of interest, the number of participants (should be at least 30 people to invoke a session), the method of presentation (availability of location) or Web Conference/ online webinar (our preferred method).

We offer a free online assessment of your chances to visit, stay or immigrate to Canada. As a start point, you can complete the free assessment form on Lerom Immigration website. We will let you know if you are eligible to immigrate under one or more immigration programs as a member of a Family Class, Economic Immigrant, Refugee, or as a non-immigrant to temporary stay as a visitor, student or temporary worker.

We take pro-bono files conditionally to our workload. Please contact for further details.


Temporary residence

Temporary Resident Visa and Permit allow a foreigner to visit and stay in Canada for a temporary purpose. The purpose could be to see family members, attend touristic places, study at a school, college or university, work temporarily for a Canadian employer, or as a business visitor for international business activities without directly entering the Canadian labor market.

Permanent residence

Permanent Resident Visa allows to move and live in Canada permanently. There are federal and provincial immigration programs for a family class immigrants sponsored by close Canadian family members, economic or “independent” immigrants, such as skilled workers and business immigrants, who qualify for certain types of jobs or have other important assets to bring to Canada.


Refugees are persons seeking protection in Canada. They are either Convention Refugees selected abroad for resettlement in Canada in accordance with the Geneva Convention (government assisted or privately sponsored) or are refugee claimants who have arrived in Canada and seek Convention Refugee status at the Immigration and Refugee Board (in-Canada refugees).

Permanent resident status

Permanent resident status is given to a person who immigrated to Canada but is not a Canadian citizen. A permanent resident has the right to social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage, live, work or study anywhere in Canada, apply for Canadian citizenship, protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.


A person who immigrated to Canada and has Permanent Resident status in Canada (with no unfulfilled conditions), regardless of the age, can apply for citizenship. Permanent Resident must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1095 days during the five years right before the date of application. Some of the time spent in Canada as a temporary resident or protected person can be counted towards physical presence.


Some people are not allowed to enter or stay in Canada because they have committed or been convicted of a crime in or outside Canada, have a serious health problem or financial problem, misrepresented in the application or interview, or have inadmissible family members. A temporary resident permit could be issued to an otherwise inadmissible person if a reason to travel to Canada is justified.

Doing business

Canada has much to offer. Therefore hundreds of foreign investors have set up plants and operations here. Business immigrants include entrepreneurs, investors, and self-employed persons. There are business immigration programs for independent artists, sportspersons, farmers, for business start-ups that have received support from designated organizations in Canada, IIVCPP, and provincial programs.


If your application to come or immigrate to Canada has been refused by IRCC, you can re-apply again at any time. There is no formal appeal process if your request for a temporary resident visa is refused. However, you have an option for a judicial review at the Federal Court of Canada. Rules and procedures for appeals if your application for a permanent resident is refused varies depending on the type.

Meet us and we can help you.

Lerom Immigration offers a comprehensive immigration service and is a part of a supportive social network.
  • 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 and submit your immigration application package.

    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.

    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.

– Canada ranked 2nd best country in the world!

Canada was ranked 2nd in the annual “Best Countries” survey from the U.S. News & World Report second year in a row.

Interestingly that Canada ranked 1st in the “Quality of Life” category based on such sub-factors as stability, a good job market, affordability, safety, political stability, family friendly, well-developed public education system and public health system, and income equality.

Canada ranked 7th in the “Entrepreneurship” and “Open for Business” categories based on such sub-factors as an easy access to capital, well-developed infrastructure, transparent business practices, educated population, skilled labor force, entrepreneurial, connected to the rest of the world, innovative, technological expertise, well-developed legal framework, corrupt (0.0!), favorable tax environment, bureaucratic (0.7), transparent government practices and cheap manufacturing costs.

– Education superpower!

Canadian education system is ranked among the best in the world, coming seventh overall in a new international study of school systems.  As per Education at a Glance 2017: OECD Indicators, Canada devotes a higher share of public expenditure and spends more on education as a percentage of GDP than on average across OECD countries.

Canada’s teenagers as among the best educated in the world.  At the university level, Canada has the world’s highest proportion of working-age adults who have been through higher education.

Canada has a high level of migrants in its school population. More than a third of young adults in Canada are from families where both parents are from another country. But the children of newly-arrived, migrant families seem to integrate rapidly enough to perform at the same high level as their classmates. There is a common commitment to an equal chance in school and a strong sense of fairness and equal access – and this is seen in the high academic performance of migrant children. High levels of immigration is a part of Canada’s educational success. Migrant families have high expectations and want their children to excel at school that boosts school results for their children.

Canada’s teachers are well paid by international standards – and entry into teaching is highly selective. Canada’s education system is a remarkably consistent with as little variation between rich and poor students, very little variation in results between schools, compared with the average for developed countries.

–Invest, innovate, grow or expand your business!

Innovation + Stability = Profitability. If you are looking for a dynamic and prosperous country in which to invest, innovate, grow or expand your business on the world stage, Think Canada! Canada welcomes foreign business investments and offers many competitive advantages:

A welcoming business environment. Canada is the 2nd best country in the G20 to do business, according to Forbes. A strong growth record. Canada led all G7 countries in economic growth over the past decade (2006–2015). Unparalleled market access. Once CETA comes into force, foreign investors in Canada will have assured preferential access to both NAFTA and the EU – a vibrant market with a combined GDP of nearly US$37 trillion, or one-half of the world’s output of goods and services. A highly educated workforce. Canada’s workforce is the most highly educated among members of the OECD, with half of its working-age population having a tertiary level education. Low business tax costs. Total business tax costs in Canada are by far the lowest in the G7 and 46 percent lower than those in the United States. Competitive R&D environment. Canada offers the lowest business costs in the G7 for R&D-intensive sectors, with a 27.7 percent cost advantage over the United States. Financial stability. The World Economic Forum consistently declares Canada’s banking system to be one of the soundest in the world. A great place to invest, work and live. Canada is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, with world-class universities, a universal health care system and clean and friendly cities. The OECD’s Better Life Index shows Canada as best in the G7 regarding overall living conditions and quality of life.