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Immigration to Canada: Canada’s vision of a free, safe and prosperous country draws migrants from all corners of the world.

Immigration to Canada

Since November 1, 2017, Canada is increasing its ambitious immigration levels by welcoming 310,000 new permanent residents in 2018, 330,000 in 2019 and 340,000 in 2020 – primarily, through Economic and Family Reunification Programs.  The benefits of immigration lie in balancing the effects of a greying nation while strengthening Canada’s economy.

KIS Migration offers a full range of Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Consulting Services. Its business model of Keeping It Simple is key to success.Immigration to Canada

Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and practices immigration and citizenship law in English, French and German. Prior to immigrating to Canada, she studied law at the University of Vienna. She considers helping others a noble cause and her passion in her work shows.

Everyone’s path to Canada is unique! KIS Migration assists 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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