Temporary Resident Permit

To overcome criminal inadmissibility to Canada, a person must correctly apply for and then successfully receive permission from IRCC to visit Canada. Criminal inadmissibility to Canada can be overcome in two different ways.  The first option is a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), which lets a person enter or stay in Canada for a specific period of time provided they have a valid reason to visit. The second option is Criminal Rehabilitation, which is an application process whereby a person petitions Canada immigration authorities to forgive their prior conviction. At Temporary Resident Permit...

Visa Filing Services

Our experience is that often a refusal can be corrected with a careful review of the rejection letter and the original application and then submission of a new application which addresses the specific concerns the visa officer had in the rejection.  We can assist visitors, students and other individuals with submitting a new application  and act as your authorized representative to IRCC.    We will: Review your refusal and or GCMS note and develop a strategy to successfully reapply Identify weaknesses in your previous application and instruct you what information and documents are required...

In-Person Consultation

  If you choose to have an in person consultation with us you will have  a one hour in person consultation with one of our licensed immigration consultants. Our advisors deliver consultations every second month in the following cities/countries: Chandigarh, India New Delhi, India Ho Chi Min, Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam Manilla, Philippines Jakarta, Indonesia Hong Kong, HKSAR Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Consultations are held in a five star hotel meeting room or similar venue.    Preferably, you will submit a copy of your refusal and  the application forms and supporting documents you previously sub...

Online Consultation

    If you choose to have an online consultation with us you will have  a one hour video conference with one of our licensed immigration consultants.  Preferably, you will submit a copy of your refusal and  the application forms and supporting documents you previously submitted in advance of your consultation.   Our refusal advisor will review the information and provide you with a professional opinion on your rejection and a strategy moving forward to obtain your visa to Canada.  Your advisor will answer the following questions regarding your case: What options are available to you in ord...

Criminal Rehabilitation

    To overcome criminal inadmissibility to Canada, a person must correctly apply for and then successfully receive permission from IRCC to visit Canada. Criminal inadmissibility to Canada can be overcome in two different ways.  The first option is a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), which lets a person enter or stay in Canada for a specific period of time provided they have a valid reason to visit. The second option is Criminal Rehabilitation, which is an application process whereby a person petitions Canada immigration authorities to forgive their prior conviction.    To be eligible to app...

GCMS Notes

  Global Case Management System (GCMS) is the information system used by IRCC to process visa applications and contain the entire case history.  They contain the notes the visa officer has entered into the system when making a decision about an application and contain invaluable insight into the visa officer’s analysis of the case and reasoning behind the decision. GCMS notes and the refusal letter can help identify if the reason for the rejection is a mistake on your application, and enable you to  rectify the problem by making the proper corrections and provide additional information to s...

Professional Opinion

If you choose to order a professional opinion from us you will receive a one to two page written professional opinion prepared by one of our licensed immigration consultants. Our licensed consultant will review the information and provide you with a professional opinion on your rejection and a strategy moving forward to obtain your visa to Canada.    The Professional Opinion will answer the following questions regarding your case: What options are available to you in order to obtain a visa? Can I appeal my decision or do I have to reapply? How long will it take to have a decision? What ar...