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Our history is a true love story. I fell in love with Simion, who was a refugee claimant in Montreal, Quebec. To help my husband, I managed his refugee and immigration cases and obtained his Canadian permanent resident status and citizenship. In 2016, we started KIS Migration. 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 and Citizenship 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!
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The latest about immigration and citizenship news.
What is implied status? The Canadian concept of extension by law is the automatic extension of temporary resident status as a visitor, worker or student per subsection 183(5) Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). This regulatory provision is called implied status. Furthermore, when workers or students apply for renewals before their permits expire, paragraph 186(u) and section 189 IRPR allow them to[…]
On October 1, 2020, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) will introduce its new online portal to meet Alberta’s future labour market needs and maintain long-term economic growth. Outlook Education Employment Occupations in demand Albertan Online Portal Candidates will be able to complete and submit electronic applications to the Government of Alberta via the online portal. The new system will allow for[…]
Since early May 2020, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) is transforming its operating model. The IRB revised its processes by: 1. deciding less complex refugee claims without a hearing; 2. allowing virtual hearings; and 3. adjusting in-person hearing practices based on public health policy. COVID-19 has had a significant impact on our operations, and has required us to rethink our processes, approaches and[…]
The Canadian Government considers family reunification a core immigration priority. Consequently, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) established the spousal open work permit pilot on December 22, 2014. The pilot was set to expire on July 31, 2020. Today, IRCC released its program delivery update. The notice followed on July 30, 2020. The Immigration Department extended the open[…]
Alberta’s Plan for Recovery On June 29, 2020, Premier Jason Kenney and Minister of Finance Travis Toews announced details on the Alberta plan for economic recovery during the news conference. The plan consists primarily of creating jobs, building infrastructure and diversifying Alberta’s economy. “Altogether, this plan represents a bold statement of confidence in the future[…]
Premier Kenney shared some ideas on upcoming Alberta immigration policy changes in the Facebook live session (video: starting at 39:00) of May 20, 2020. In light of travel restrictions and economic recession, the province cannot welcome many newcomers anymore. Consequently, he encourages employers to hire Albertans first. Yet, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), an economic immigration program, is still accepting and processing[…]
Intake of Spousal Sponsorship Applications During the coronavirus pandemic Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) continues to accept applications for spousal sponsorship and permanent residence but processing may be delayed. “Offices in the Centralized and Domestic Networks will continue to process permanent residence applications where the principal applicant is in Canada and has overseas dependants, taking into account the[…]
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) started recently to implement new procedures to limit the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Canada. As part of the enhanced screening measures at air, land and marine port of entries (POE), CBSA officers give masks to ill voyagers and escort them through the POE. The individuals have[…]
Immigration-related stress is linked to mental health problems Migrant women experience stressful change associated with family and personal issues during migration but their psychosocial needs often go unvoiced. Detecting high levels of migration-related stress in migrant and immigrant women is key to a happy life in Canada! A shout-out to all loving husbands and partners:[…]
How to Interpret the Sponsoring a Relative Provision Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC wrote a new article on sponsoring a relative of any age entitled “The Interpretation of Sponsoring a Relative”, which was published at myconsultant.ca on January 20, 2020. The four-year court battles around the “lone Canadian” provision of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, SOR/2002-227[…]