Let I Can Help Immigration Services guide you through the process of immigrating to Canada. As a firm regulated by the Canadian government immigration, we provide all the tools and support you need to transition to and establishing residency.

With Canadian Immigration matters

Our firm offers an unmatched level of support and expertise that is credited to our long-standing reputation of working with corporations and individuals to arrive at temporary and permanent solutions. We work with dedication to help our clients gain permanent residency or work permits in Canada for:

  • Employees
  • Athletes
  • Family Members

In matters of immigration, it is important to be guided through a sequential process to avoid unnecessary delays or problems that can arise due to a change of circumstances before or during an application. Our firm works to eliminate such circumstances that may pose as a hurdle towards the progression of immigration. Our services for
individuals, corporations, and organizations include:

  • Citizenship Matters
  • Renewal of PR cards  
  • Residency Permits
  • Asylum
  • Humanitarian & Compassionate applications
  • Live-in Caregiver
  • Protected Persons & UN Refugees under Group of 5 
  • Skilled Worker 
  • Spousal Sponsorships Family Class 
  • Study Permit
  • Student Work Permit
  • Visitor Extension
  • Change of Conditions to stay in Canada 
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Permanent Resident
  • Temporary Resident
  • Express Entry
  • Work Permits
  • Labor Market Initial Assessment (LMIA)
  • Significant Benefit,
  • Intra-company Transfers
  • International Agreements
  • Post-Secondary Work Permits (PGWP)
  • Exceptions from Work Permits
  • Investor Program Permits
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Canadian Investor Visas 
  • Pilot Programs
  • Northern Immigration Pilot Program
  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The application to attain permanent residence in Canada can be a lengthy and unknown process, especially if you do not understand the requirements. To get make this process easier, it is encouraged that you can position yourself as someone who brings education enrichment and or work experience to the province that you are applying to contribute to the economy. For example, if you want to immigrate to British Columbia, you must first apply to that province and then be nominated.