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  • Lifeline International Opens a New Office in Toronto
  • Quebec Re-Launches Immigrant Investor Program
  • Express Entry Now!
  • Niagara Falls Freezes Over

Beginning March 1st our office is moving to a new location right at the centre of North York in Toronto. Clients like yourself drive our business. With that in mind Lifeline International strives to provide exceptional and personalized service that will help you reach your immigration goals.


Visit us soon at:

LifeLine International
4711 Yonge St. 10th Floor
Toronto, Ontario Canada M2N 6K8
Phone: +1 (647) 799-4042


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Click Here to visit the Quebec Government Immigration website.


On August 27, 2014, Immigration authorities in the Province of Quebec announced they will begin to accept new applications under its highly successful Quebec Immigrant Investor Program for a limited period starting January 2015.


This comes as welcome news for high net worth individuals looking for an attractive passive investment scheme offering Canadian permanent residence. With the recent closure of the Federal Immigrant Investor program, the Quebec program is the only program of its kind in Canada.


Quebec has the second largest economy and population among Canadian provinces, and its vibrant metropolis, Montreal, is the second largest city in Canada.


Under the announcement Quebec will accept a maximum of 1750 applications during a short window of time from January 19th to March 20th 2015. Interested applicants are accordingly encouraged to act early to increase their chances of having their application selected for processing.


The application quotas and the limited period of reception do not apply to applicants to the investor category who can demonstrate an intermediate to advanced level of French language proficiency.


To be eligible, applicants must demonstrate the following:
  • A legitimately acquired personal net worth of at least 1.6 million Canadian Dollars;
  • At least two years of senior managerial experience within the past five years in a private enterprise, eligible partnership, government body or NGO;
  • Commit to making an interest free investment of CAD $800,000.00 in a prescribed (government guaranteed) investment for a period of five years;
  • An intention to settle in the province of Quebec.

As of January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has a new electronic system called Express Entry to manage applications for permanent residence under certain economic immigration programs.


The Express Entry system is the first step to immigrate to Canada under these programs. Potential candidates can complete an Express Entry profile at any time. Note that there is no deadline to complete a profile and there are no caps on the number of candidates that will be accepted to the pool.


Anyone who is accepted into the Express Entry pool could get an Invitation to Apply for permanent residence. Rounds of invitations to invite candidates to apply will take place regularly over the course of each year. We will only pick the top ranking candidates no matter when they were accepted into the pool.


If you are invited to apply, you will have 60 days to submit a complete Application for Permanent Residence online.


The first round of invitations took place on the last week of January 2015.


 Click Here  for more information.

It's a stunning site: Niagara Falls, the world's most famous waterfall, apparently frozen in place.


The icy spectacle, brought on by weeks of severe cold, has drawn a steady flow of intrepid tourists. But are the Falls really frozen? Not exactly. Here's a brief explanation of what really happens when the mighty Niagara River appears to form a crystalline cascade


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REALIZE Canada!

CANADA Facts

Source:Wikipedia

Motto

"A Mari Usque Ad Mare" (Latin)
"From Sea to Sea" (As seen on the Arms of Canada)
Anthem
Royal anthem
"O Canada"
"God Save the Queen"
Capital Ottawa Largest city Toronto
Official languages

English
French
Demonym Canadian
Government


Monarch
Governor General
Prime Minister
Chief Justice
Federal Parliamentary
Constitutional monarchy

Elizabeth II
David Johnston
Stephen Harper
Beverley McLachlin
Legislature

Upper house
Lower house
Parliament

Senate
House of Commons
Establishment from the U.K.:

Constitution Act
Statute of Westminster
Canada Act



July 1, 1867
December 11, 1931
April 17,1982
Area:

Total
Water (%)


9,984,670 km2 (2nd) (3,854,085 mi2)
8.92 (891,163 km2 / 344,080 mi2)
Population:

Q4 2014 estimate
2011 census
Density


35,675,834 (37th)
33,476,688
3.41/km2 (228th), 8.3/sq mi
GDP (PPP)

Total
Per capita
2013 estimate

$1.518 trillion (13th)
$43,146 (9th)
Currency Canadian dollar ($) (CAD) Time zone
Summer (DST)
(UTC-3.5 to -8)
(UTC-2.5 to -7)
Date format


dd-mm-yyyy
mm-dd-yyyy
yyyy-mm-dd (CE)
Drives on the right
Calling code +1 Internet TLD .ca

TOUR Canada

Start your love affair with Canada. If you love to travel, experience new cultures, taste new food, hustle through exciting cities and love the fine arts, then Canada should be one of your top destinations. Filled with awe-inspiring scenery, hundreds of attractions, vast wildlife and beautiful architecture, Canada has something for every adventurous pilgrim, young and old.
  • Am I eligible to enter Canada?
  • The Basic Requirements must be met by anyone who wants to visit Canada and depends upon their place of residence.
  • Visitor Visa Application
  • Not all countries need a Visa to enter Canada. Even if your countryisn't required a visa, there are still existing requirements. If you find out that you need a visa, here is how to apply.
    Temporary residents of Canada with a study or work permit (which means your status is actively valid), you can apply for a new visitor visa to return to Canada before you leave.
  • How long does it take to process my application?
  • Most applications for visitor visas (temporary resident visas) are processed within a few weeks or less. Processing times vary depending on the visa office.
  • I have submitted my visa application. What should I do while waiting?
  • Find out what you should do after you apply for a visitor visa.
  • What should I expect when I arrive?
  • Here are some of the things you need to prepare for upon arrival in Canada.
  • Can I extend my visit?
  • You must apply for an extension within 30 days of your status expiration.
Source: Government of Canada Immigration and Citizenship website

STUDY in Canada

Today, Canada has over 200,000 international students. It is home to one of the best educational systems in the world. From elementary to university, vocational and language programs, Canadian Universities and colleges offer a wide range of degrees and programs to help every student towards a successful, globally competitive career.

Apply to Colleges and Universities in Canada

An individual planning to study in Canada will be required to obtain a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution.  Click Here for a List of Designated Learning Institutions in Canada. Lifeline International assists in securing acceptance at a Designated Learning Institution


Apply for a Study Permit

Canada welcomes students from the Primary to Graduate degree Level. A study permit is required for international students to be admitted to study. We can help you in filing of an initial study permit and extension of a study permit. International Students can apply to work while studying and after completing their Studies.
Students who finish a 2 year Diploma program and have worked for a year may be qualified to apply for permanent residence.
Lifeline International assists in these applications.

Who are eligible for a study permit?

  • • Applicants with a letter of acceptance from a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (link to definition)
  • • Proof of Financial Capability to pay for tuition, board and lodging and other living expenses
  • • Persons with No Criminal record
  • • Persons with no health issues
  • • Persons who can show proof of returning to country of origin after finishing the program of study.

These are qualifications in general and there are exceptions.

WORK in Canada

LMIA Application (for Employers)

A Labor Market Impact Assessment is a document that an employer in Canada may require before hiring a foreign worker. As an employer, the LMIA is the first step to hiring a foreign worker. The employer is required to demonstrate that no Canadian citizen or permanent resident in Canada is qualified and available to take the live-in caregiver job with the employer and that the employment offer meets all the necessary legislative and program requirements.

Work Permit Application (for foreign workers)

Persons who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents who wish to work in Canada require a work permit. Requirements in Applying for a work permit

What is Lifeline’s role in assisting in work permit applications?

A foreign national who has a valid offer of employment or a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment from a legitimate employer in Canada may apply for a work permit. This is in addition specific requirements that the job and Immigration Canada requires. Lifeline assists in the application procedure.

Live-In Caregivers:

    Lifeline offers to following services to Live-in Caregivers:
  • a. Work Permit Application
  • b. Renewal of Work Permit
  • c. Restoration of Status
  • d. Open Work Permit Application
  • e. Application for Permanent Residence

    Fill in the following forms as it applies to your situation:
  • 1. Employer Assessment form
  • 2. Worker Assessment form

Caregiver Program Improvements! Click Here for more information.


Click Here for Express Entry Visa information.

IMMIGRATE to Canada

For many years, Canada has drawn millions of immigrants to its beautiful cities, thriving economy and job opportunities. Lifeline International can assist you in obtaining permanent resident status through Canada’s Immigration programs.


There are several Immigration programs and categories by which a foreign national can look at when exploring the option of immigrating to Canada. One can apply directly or can be sponsored by family or an employer or a province of Canada. One can already be in Canada as a student, or a worker and be qualified to apply for permanent residence.

Federal Skilled Worker Program

Federal Skilled Trades Class

Quebec Skilled Worker Program

Provincial Nominee Program

Canadian Experience Class

Family Sponsorship

  • Spouse and dependent children
  • Parent/Grandparent
  • Other relative

Start up Visa

Self-employed persons program

Live-in Caregiver

Refugees

Fill up the assessment form and schedule an orientation with our consultant and associates.

How our consultant can help you:

  • 1. Evaluate your credentials and personal details and advise the program that will best suit you and your family.
  • 2. Evaluate your eligibility to qualify in a program.
  • 3. Assist and represent you in an application.

 
       Lifeline has helped my family with our immigrant application and Canadian Citizenship. Their service is very professional and precise. We got our immigrant approval in less than 1 year and took oaths of Canadian citizenship within 4 years. They can be contacted any time for whatever immigration concerns we have during our early years in a new country. We have recommended our friends to avail of their services. 
~ R. G.

LifeLine International

Career & Immigration Solutions


Phone: (647) 799 4042


4711 Yonge St. 10th Floor

Toronto, Ontario, Canada M2N 6K8


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       As a client of Lifeline immigration , I really like their services . I'm really satisfied and their office is very accessible. Dr. Christine is very accommodating. It makes my papers easy , after 2 months I received my open, and and after 3 months my family is already for medical. Lifeline immigration will really help you. 
~ Jen P.

About Us

Lifeline International Career & Immigration Solutions operates as a registered Immigration Consultancy office in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with a sister company, Lifeline Career & Immigration Services in Iloilo City, Philippines.


We know and understand the effort it takes to apply for travel and immigration. Lifeline International can assist you in your application by helping you understand the different steps and removing the stress out of filing the necessary paperwork.


With our knowledgeable experts and friendly and efficient staff, we can ensure smooth, accurate and personalized services that will meet the requirements of the Canadian Government.


Lifeline International Career & Immigration Solutions operates as a registered Immigration Consultancy office in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with a sister company, Lifeline Career & Immigration Services in Iloilo City, Philippines.


Lifeline Immigration services covers Family and Spousal sponsorships, the Live-in Caregiver Program, Federal and Quebec Skilled Workers, Work Permits and Study Permits. It also process Tourist Visas, Citizenship Applications, PR Renewal, TRVs and other immigration related procedures. It has processed and landed families under the Federal Skilled worker program, and caregivers thru the Live-in Caregiver Program.


       Christine of Lifeline International Career & Immigration Solutions provided professional help in helping my relative secure her work permit. She is responsive and prompt in how she handled all our questions, and she guided us in this process with her knowledge and experience, and that is the key to the success in our concerted efforts. More power to your future endeavours, Christine. 
~ MYRNA & ISABEL

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ICCRC, and what is it for?

ICCRC stands for Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. ICCRC is a not-for-profit organization that regulates the practice of Immigration Consultants in Canada. Registered members of the ICCRC offer immigration services and advice for a fee. They can appear as a representative on behalf of their client with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, The Immigration and Refugee Board, or the Canada Border Service Agency.

Does it have to be somebody with "ICCRC" attached to their name who can help me in my Immigration application?

Only some people can charge a fee or receive any other type of payment to represent or advise you on a Canadian immigration proceeding or application. These are:

  • Immigration consultants (ICCRC) who are members in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
  • Lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society,
  • Notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec

Anyone who gives you paid advice before you apply or start a proceeding must be authorized. Unauthorized people must either become authorized or refer you to someone who is. If you pay a representative, they must be authorized if they:

  • act on your behalf during an immigration proceeding by speaking for you,
  • help you choose the best immigration stream or
  • fill out any forms.

Is it possible for me to do my own immigration application processing? CIC claims the guides are self-explanatory, why should I hire a consultant?

You do not need to hire an immigration representative if you do to wish to. This is up to you. However, Immigration consultants are experts in their field. Immigration consultants provide services to individuals seeking help to navigate immigration issues in Canada. This may include obtaining advice or assistance with permanent residence applications, temporary residence and visa applications, or refugee claims.


Consultants ensure that documents and forms appropriately are handled appropriately. They will provide immigrants, hopeful visitors and habitants of Canada with help in properly submitting their applications and guide them through the various processes. Immigration Consultants provide valuable services to would-be users of the Canadian Immigration System. These are often persons residing in foreign countries who are hoping to come to Canada in some legal capacity or persons residing in Canada with unstable or unofficial status.


These individuals are often vulnerable, as they may:

  • Have limited ability to communicate in or understand written or spoken English or French
  • Have limited ability to understand Canadian immigration laws and the Canadian immigration system
  • Have limited understanding of the role of immigration consultants and their restrictions and/or abilities
  • Be under duress or in stressful situations, especially those applying for refugee status

I'm a permanent resident/citizen. Can I "sponsor" my friend/siblings/parent?

A PR or citizen who is 18 years old and above may sponsor his/her spouse, common law / conjugal partner, dependent children, parents and grandparents.

Can you help me find work in Canada?

No. Lifeline International is an Immigration Consulting Company and NOT a Recruitment Agency.

I'm an American citizen/permanent resident. Can I apply for Canadian citizenship/permanent residence?

Yes. Just like any other foreign national, you have to go through the immigration process.
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