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Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

Temporary foreign workers and international graduates who meet certain conditions can apply to become permanent residents of Canada. Read more »

Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration

The Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration Program has different qualifying criteria than the Federal Skilled Worker Immigration Program. Read more »

Quebec Experience Class Immigration

The Quebec Experience Class Program, or PEQ for “Programme de l’expérience québécoise” is an accelerated immigration program that allows international students, or temporary foreign workers, to apply for Immigration to Canada and to establish themselves permanently in Quebec. Read more »

Spousal Sponsorship

Processing for the sponsorship of spouses is relatively fast. Applicants in Canada or outside Canada can apply for spousal sponsorship. Read more »

Family Sponsorship / Super Visa

Processing for the sponsorship of spouses is relatively fast. Applicants in Canada or outside Canada can apply for spousal sponsorship. Read more »

Humaitarian Immigration Program

Humanitarian and compassionate grounds exist when unusual, undeserved or disproportionate hardship would result if the applicant had to leave Canada. Read more »

Student Visa

Canada continues to be recognized as a provider of world-class education to its more than 130,000 foreign students who come to study in Canada each year with additional students who come to learn English or French within Canada's bilingual borders. Read more »

Canadian Work Visa

A work visa is considered as a work permit in Canada. Read more »

Visitors Visa

This allows you to visit Canada only once (unless travelling to the US or St. Pierre and Miquelon) and is valid for a period of 6 months only. Read more »

Refugee Hearings
Immigration Consultants in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

The Canadian Immigration Council is based in the city of Montreal, Quebec in Canada. It is one of the oldest, most reputable Canadian immigration consulting firms and specializes in Canadian immigration law. We focus on several areas of immigration law including: work permit applications, permanent resident applications, landed immigrant applications, Canadian citizenship applications and student visa applications. Our practice also provides clients with a full range of immigration litigation services via our network of immigration professionals including regulated immigration consultants, lawyers, paralegals, business advisors, accountants and other specialists in a variety of fields.

The Canadian Immigration Council has been voted as being the #1 immigration Consulting firm by the very prestigious Leger & Leger group for three consecutive years for its work helping prospective immigrants worldwide to achieve their dreams of immigrating to Canada and for providing excellent immigration services.


Consultants in Montreal for immigration rules, student visa & work permit in Canada

About The Canadian Immigration Council

Richard Serour is President and CEO of the Canadian Immigration Council. He is also recognized as one of the best immigration professionals and advocates in Canada. Mr. Serour has devoted his life to working for people wish to immigrate to Canada from everywhere around the world. Being an experienced immigration consultant, Mr. Serour has helped thousands of families in fulfilling their dream of immigrating to Canada and become permanent residents and ultimately turn into Canadian citizens.

With an experienced staff and a network of consultants, lawyers, paralegals and several other support specialists, the Canadian Immigration Council has turned many people's dreams into a reality. To quote Stephen Harper, the Former Prime Minister of Canada: "Canada is the place where people want to come and stay, to learn, to pursue opportunities, to raise children, to enjoy natural beauty, to open new frontiers, to set the standard for the world for a high quality of life; a Canada that is a leader and example to the world."

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