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Your Immigration Consultant will prevent you from falling into any potential catches by offering you the following 3 plans listed below. Please select one of the three.
*I’ll also answer any concerns you have regarding the applicationRead more
Additional bonus included in this Online Educational support covers where to look on the IRCC websites, application forms, how to write your support letters and other detailed explanations are included free of charge. Depending on the Canada Visa category you selected, the application form and the method of applying will differ for Work Permit, Business visitor, Work Holiday visa and Study Permit etc. A straightforward instruction will be sent to you by email with all the most up-to-date information.
Online educational support includes the following contents. (There might be a slight difference depending on the category you apply for)
In case you get into an unfortunate scenario in which you've purchased our services and your application gets rejected, you'll receive a free assessment of what might have went wrong. In addition, you'll also be consulted on how you can correct the things that went wrong on your previous application. If your case still qualifies under the Immigration requirements, then leave it all to us. You'll get a 50% rebate on our All done by your Immigration Consultant course package and we will take care of the whole process.
I recently married with my husband from Canada. Under the Family Sponsorship (applied in Canada), I applied for my Permanent Residence visa. Ms. Ueda guided me through the steps to obtain my PR.
Initially, I was under the impression that the procedures were straightforward and was something I could do by myself. A big mistake it was. The process was confusing and was a headache. Ms. Ueda not only guided, but brought me through, being available at my side always.
As an employee of a Pharmaceutical company in Japan, I was assigned to come to Canada to work as a Visiting Researcher for Calgary University. Having this being the first time my company assigned me to come to Canada, I decided to go to Ms. Ueda from YuPass to help me on my Work Permit […]
We have now been working with Yumi on our PR application and we have been extremely pleased with her professionalism. We have spoken to a few Consultants prior to starting the process, however not all of them were up to our expectations since we were looking more for a real immigration expert than just a […]
January 15, 2019
Q: My company recently opened a branch in Canada. I was asked to be relocated to Canada. I am the first transferee. In regards to a Work Permit, what should I do?
A: Even if it’s a new business in Canada, you can still obtain a Work Permit. Companies may start a new business in Canada once they have at least 1 transferee.
November 27, 2018
（When using full service) Inquiry → Assessment of eligibility to apply for a Work Permit → For those who meet the qualifications to apply, the next step is to have a meeting to discuss which program of the Work Permit to apply to and flow of preparation.
→ Drafting of the documents, letter and list, depending on the client
November 10, 2018
You’ll need a Work Permit if you’re being transferred to a company have operations in Canada. An authorized Work Permit will grant you the permission to work legally in Canada for a designated period of time. In some provinces, you may receive health insurance as well....Read more