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Our Canadian Immigration Consulting Services
The value of our diverse experience to you lies in the range of services we provide.
What is Canadian temporary resident status?
What is Canadian temporary resident status?Temporary Residence
What is Canadian permanent resident status?
What is Canadian permanent resident status?Permanent Residence
How to obtain Canadian citizenship?
How to obtain Canadian citizenship?Citizenship
How to Appeal Immigration Decisions?
How to Appeal Immigration Decisions?Enforcement and Appeal
About Our Canadian Immigration Consultancy
What we do and how we got here.
Our history is a true love story. I fell in love with Simion, who was a migrant in Montreal, Quebec. To help my husband, I managed his migration, immigration, enforcement and citizenship cases. Finally, I obtained his Canadian citizenship status as an immigration consultant. In 2016, we started KIS Migration, a Canadian immigration consultancy. Since then we helped many people on their journey to Canada. We consider helping others a noble cause and our passion in our work shows. We offer a full range of Canadian immigration consulting services in five languages: English, French, German, Romanian and Hebrew. Our business model of Keeping It Simple is key to success. Everyone's path to Canada is unique! We assist you on your journey to Canada while making the process easy for you. Let us help you realize your Canadian dream!
Visitor - Student - Worker - TR Permit
Economic Classes: Express Entry / Skilled Worker / Trade / CEC / Provincial Nominee / Business Immigrant - Family Classes - H&C Consideration - TR Permit Holder - Loss
Grant - Proof - Acquisition - Loss
Enforcement and Appeal
Hearings: Admissibility / Detention Review - Removal - Appeals: Sponsorship / Removal Order / Residency Obligation / Minister's - Inadmissibility: ARC - Rehabilitation - TRP
Our Canadian Immigration Consultancy Team
A Family-Run Business
KIS Migration helps people from around the world while being sensitive to their time zones. Correspondence by email is the best option to reach us. Please contact KIS Migration either in person, by phone, by email or via Skype / Zoom. Office Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 – 17:00 Mountain Time Zone. **** BY APPOINTMENT ONLY ****
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The professional fees listed below do not include government fees or out-of-pocket expenses.
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Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC wrote a recent article on overcoming medical inadmissibility entitled “How to Take Charge of Your Medical Inadmissibility”, which was published at MyConsultant.ca on July 9, 2019. Overcoming Medical Inadmissibility Many medical conditions (e.g. mental illness, cancer, etc.) can lead to a visa refusal. One must convince the medical and immigration officers with a well researched, documented[…]
How to increase the success rate of obtaining a temporary resident visa from India In response to Immigration Refugees Citizenship Canada’s news release regarding the launch of Canada’s temporary resident visa (TRV) information campaign in India dated June 17, 2019, KIS Migration is sharing these useful tips to help potential applicants increase their success rate of obtaining[…]
Since the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program introduced the Alberta Express Entry Stream in June 2018, the Government of Alberta sent 12 Notification of Interest (NOI) letters to candidates with a CRS score in the range of 300 to 304. Draw On May 15, 2019, Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) invited 197 Express Entry candidates with[…]
The Government of Canada launched a new Francophone Immigration Strategy to increase francophone immigration, support integration and retention of French-speaking newcomers, and strengthen the capacity of francophone communities outside Quebec. Objectives of the Francophone Immigration Strategy The Francophone Immigration Strategy aims to achieve 3 main objectives to support the vitality of Francophone communities: 1. Increase Francophone[…]
Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC wrote a recent article on access to justice entitled “Legal Research Tips for the DIY Client”, which was published at MyConsultant.ca on February 22, 2019. It is high time to reinvent the access to justice policy by offering guidance in a cost-effective manner. You could take advantage of a consultation or[…]
Background As most immigrants prefer to settle in metropolitan areas (e.g. Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal), rural and northern communities struggle with economic growth. Hence, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has created a 5-year federal Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot to support Canada’s remote communities in attracting and retaining newcomers. Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot[…]
On January 30, 2019, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) extended the Open Work Permit (OWP) Pilot Program for Inland Spousal Sponsorship until July 31, 2020. Generally, IRCC aims to issue a new OWP to the sponsored spouse or partner between 4 to 5 months. Upon receipt of the work permit, the holder of an[…]
(La version française suit la version anglaise) Would you like to sponsor your parents or grandparents in 2019? On December 10, 2018, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) released a notice on the imminent changes to the parents and grandparents (PGP) sponsorship program. Details on the 2019 intake system will be released in the coming[…]
Excel in the Quality Assurance Exercise: be honest, pass the test and attend the interview! This article will show you how. Background According to the Office of the Auditor General of Canada, “Report 2 – Detecting and Preventing Fraud in the Citizenship Program,” Spring 2016 Reports of the Auditor General of Canada, Ottawa, 2016, pp.[…]
Since October 1, 2018, the US, Canada, and Mexico have a new NAFTA deal. It’s called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). What has changed? It’s basically NAFTA 2.0, with major changes on cars and new policies on labour and environmental standards, intellectual property protections, and some digital trade provisions. Country of origin rules: Automobiles must[…]