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Founded in 2001, Royal Migration Solutions is widely considered the most respected Canadian immigration firm in the UAE. We have earned our reputation as a world-class immigration firm by providing dedication and personalized service to every unique case before us.

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Immigration to Canada has several pathways: Express Entry, Provincial Nomination, Family Class, and Business Class. Find more on the variety of ways you can immigrate to Canada permanently!

Most foreign nationals need a work permit to work legally in Canada. Find out whether you require a work permit and how to apply for a Canada work permit.

Studying in Canada can help you acquire a world-class education and help you immigrate permanently to Canada. Find out how Canada's education system works and how to become an international student in Canada!

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, you may sponsor your family members to immigrate to Canada. We take you through Canada's immigration options designed to keep families together!

Foreign entrepreneurs and investors who wish to invest in Canada may be eligible for permanent residency. Discover the many immigration options available for business owners, entrepreneurs, and investors in Canada.

Complete our free assessment so we can evaluate your eligibility for all immigration programs and guide you toward what fits you best.


Over 1.3 million new immigrants will be welcomed to Canada between 2022 and 2024. You can obtain a Canadian permanent residency in many ways; Royal Migration Solutions is dedicated to simplifying the process.

Express Entry

The Express Entry program offers immigrants seeking a new life in Canada the fastest and most popular route to permanent residence. Each year, approximately 110,000 skilled workers enter Canada through Express Entry.

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Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

A Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in Canada offers a pathway to Canadian permanent residence for people who wish to immigrate to a particular Canadian province or territory.

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Atlantic immigration program (AIP / Formerly AIPP)

The Atlantic Immigration Program is designed to foster economic growth in Canada's Atlantic provinces through the recruitment of skilled workers. Provinces in the Atlantic region include New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.

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Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)

Pilot programs for rural and northern immigration have been launched in 2019 under the aim of attracting skilled workers to these areas to spur economic growth. The program is meant for communities in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and Yukon.

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Yukon Community Pilot Program (YCIP)

New to the Yukon Nominee Program is the Yukon Community Pilot (YCP). The pilot program was created to address Yukon's unique economic and labour market needs.

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Work in Canada

Canadian Work Permit & Visa Process

A work permit is a legal document that allows foreign nationals to work in Canada. Canada issues about half a million temporary foreign worker work permits a year. Canada is an attractive destination for many foreign nationals looking for employment. A job in Canada is a good start for those who wish to immigrate permanently to the country.

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  • Types of Canadian work permits
  • How to obtain a Canadian work permit
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  • What am I allowed to do on a Canadian work permit?

Canada Study Visa

Study in Canada: A Guide for International Students

Every year, more international students enroll in Canadian universities. After they complete their courses, many of them are permitted to remain in Canada. Approving a Canadian study permit is always up to the visa officer’s judgment. In the previous academic year, Canada accepted almost 400,000 international students. Most students were from Brazil, Iran, India, Vietnam, France, Nigeria, China, Japan, South Korea, and the United States. The Canadian government places a high priority on diversity among overseas students.
Collaborate with us to increase your chances of success in getting a study permit approval.

Investor Visa

Investor Programs

You may be able to obtain a fast-tracked investor visa under one of Canada’s immigrant investor programs if your background and resources make you a strong candidate for making a significant contribution to the country’s economic growth.

Royal Migration facilitates the issuance of work permits, establishment of businesses, and acquisition of permanent residence for foreign investors seeking to relocate to Canada. We work with you to develop a tailored immigration and business strategy and advocate on your behalf.

Canada Start-Up Visa

Canada Start-Up Visa (SUV)

Immigrant entrepreneurs who meet the requirements of Canada’s Start-Up Visa Program can get permanent residency in Canada. The program is formally called the Canada Start-Up Class. However, the program is most often known as the “Start-Up Visa” (SUV).

This article will cover the ins and outs of the Canadian start-up visa program and walk you through the application procedure.

Visit Canada

Visitor Visas

Canada is a member of the Group of Eight (G-8) and the world’s second-largest country. Each year, Canada welcomes over five million international guests who are looking to expand their horizons in terms of business and holidays. Get the most out of your time in Canada by mixing business with pleasure. Our specialists at Royal Migration will ensure that your application for a Canadian visitor visa is submitted in a timely fashion while you focus on weaving your ambitions and planning your schedule for your Canadian landing.

Canada Spouse Visa

Sponsor Your Spouse or Partner to Canada

Do you have Canadian citizenship, permanent residency, or a valid work permit and wish to relocate your family to Canada? In order to make it easier for families to live together, the Canadian government permits citizens and permanent residents over the age of 18 to sponsor their relatives to come and live with them in Canada. The expert Canada-dependent visa services offered by Royal Migration will make it possible for you to reunite with your loved ones.

Everything a Canadian citizen or permanent resident needs to know about bringing their spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner to Canada is laid forth here.


Inadmissibility is one of Canada’s most serious immigration issues. Inadmissibility to Canada is a type of immigration status that prevents a person from entering the country. It can be caused by various factors, the most common of which are medical or criminal difficulties.

Suppose a person has been convicted of or committed a crime in their native country, and that crime has a Canadian equivalent. In that case, the person may be considered criminally ineligible to Canada. It’s vital to remember that not all crimes and convictions automatically render a person inadmissible to Canada. A specific level of gravity must be present in the crime. A DUI charge is a common factor for criminal inadmissibility. In the last few years, people convicted of driving while intoxicated are likely to be denied entry to Canada. Theft, reckless driving, and assault can result in criminal inadmissibility.

On the other hand, a person’s health can render them inadmissible to Canada. If a person’s medical condition substantially threatens Canadian citizens’ health or safety, they will almost certainly be denied entry.
Similarly, if an immigration officer decides that a person would place an undue demand on publicly financed Canadian health and social services, they may be denied admission.

Inadmissibility is not the same as being barred from entering Canada permanently. There are options available to assist persons who are otherwise ineligible to enter Canada. A Temporary Resident Permit is one of them. If an inadmissible person has a compelling reason to enter Canada that outweighs the hazards of their presence, they may be granted a special permit that allows them to stay for a defined time.

Inadmissibility is one of Canada’s more difficult immigration issues. If you have questions concerning inadmissibility and your alternatives for overcoming it, a Canadian immigration lawyer, such as those at Royal Migration, may assist you. Please get in touch with us to learn more about how Royal Migration can assist you.


Citizenship is the end of a long journey for many immigrants who start a new life in Canada. Many permanent residents in Canada who have made it through the immigration process are looking forward to being granted citizenship and being sworn in as official Canadian citizens. Before that day arrives, they must complete a few final processes before Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) authorizes their application for Canadian citizenship.

Permanent residents, like all other immigrants in Canada, must complete a set of criteria in order to be considered eligible to apply for citizenship. Applicants will also need to show documentation that they have lived in Canada for three years (1,095 days) out of the five years preceding their signed application, among other things.

Permanent residents of Canada can now expect a faster and easier citizenship application process, thanks to changes to the Citizen Act that went into force in late 2017. Eligible applicants must pass the Canadian citizenship test and, if IRCC so requests, may be subjected to an interview with a citizenship judge.
Applicants will attend a Citizenship Ceremony to take the Oath of Citizenship and become Canadian citizens once they have been authorized.

You will not be compelled to abandon your natural citizenship once IRCC has approved your application because Canada respects dual citizenship.

Once given Canadian citizenship, a permanent resident has the same rights and obligations as a natural Canadian citizen. Though permanent residents have many of the same rights as citizens, the right to vote in Canada’s federal, provincial, and municipal elections and the absence of residency requirements are the most prominent differences.

Life in Canada

Canada is the world’s second-largest country.
Over 80% of Canadians reside in cities, and more than two-thirds live within 100 kilometers of the southern border. Canadians enjoy one of the greatest living standards in the world and are among the top ten happiest countries on the planet!

It might not be easy to adjust to a new country.
You can do a few things to ease into this transition, whether you are coming to Canada as a permanent resident or a temporary foreign worker, such as completing crucial documents and locating a place to live when you arrive, even if it is only a temporary residence.
The following are important documents to bring with you to Canada:
Your passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate (if applicable), driving license (if applicable), and educational degrees/diplomas/certificates/transcripts are all required documents.
Original certified translations in either English or French are frequently required.
This translation should be completed in the country that issued the required document.

It’s fine if you don’t have a permanent address before your big relocation. If you don’t have friends or relatives to stay with when you arrive, temporary accommodation may be necessary. Temporary lodgings allow you to explore the city while you search for a permanent residence.

There are a few key things to take care of after you arrive in Canada.

Obtaining your Social Security Number

The single most critical piece of information you’ll have when you arrive in Canada is your Social Insurance Number (SIN).
You’ll need a SIN to work in Canada or receive government benefits and services if you’re a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or temporary resident. There is no charge for obtaining a SIN. Simply bring the relevant documentation, such as your permanent residency card or work permit, to a local Service Canada office. Because you should keep your phone number private, it’s usually best if you memorize it and keep it in a safe place. Your SIN may be requested by the Canadian government, employers, and financial organizations. It’s critical to keep your Social Security number up to current with your workplace and bank.
Your SIN will be valid for the same term as your Canadian work authorization if you are a temporary foreign worker.

Establishing a Bank Account

To have a safe home for your money and to start building a credit score, you’ll want to create a bank account in Canada. Your present bank can have a branch or possibly a partner bank in Canada. Fees are charged by Canadian banks for many services, and each bank is different. You should compare banks’ services and prices before deciding on one.
In Canada, the majority of people have two bank accounts: a checking and a savings account. Saving accounts are frequently interest-bearing accounts to store money for emergencies, future purchases, and checking accounts are usually connected to a debit card.

The majority of Canadians have credit cards as well.
Your bank may offer you a credit card. To avoid costs and build a solid credit score, make sure to understand the terms of your credit card. Your capacity to obtain finance for products such as cars and homes in Canada, as in other nations, is determined by your credit score. If you’re looking for a place to rent, your potential landlord may even request a credit check before agreeing to rent to you.

How to Obtain a Driving Licence

The procedure for obtaining a Canadian driving licence will vary depending on the province or territory you wish to reside in. In most cases, you will be required to take a written exam as well as a driving test. Anyone driving in Canada is required to carry automobile insurance.
The cost of insurance varies and is influenced by factors such as your age and driving record.

Searching for Work

There are various job search resources to use if you haven’t previously found work before arriving in Canada. Once you’ve found a job opening you’d like to apply for, make sure your cover letter and resume comply with North American standards and are tailored to the position you’re applying for.

Getting a Place to Stay

Before you arrived in Canada, you should have made arrangements for temporary housing. However, after you’ve arrived, you’ll want to look for more permanent lodging.

Health care, education, unemployment insurance, and senior care are just a few of Canada’s health and social services.
If you are a permanent resident of Canada, you can apply for Canada’s universal health care system through the province or territory where you live. There could be a three-month wait for coverage. The social service services in Canada are designed to help newcomers assimilate into Canadian society.
English and French courses, both part-time and full-time, are available to help you improve your language skills. These language sessions are free to new permanent residents and are financed by the government. If you have children, a childcare option may be available for free or at a discounted cost while you attend your language lesson.

The educational system in Canada is divided into three parts: primary, secondary, and post-secondary. Because provinces support Canada’s educational system, educational systems differ depending on where you live. Children in Canada are compelled by law to attend school. The compulsory education age, on the other hand, varies slightly between provinces. Children between the ages of five and eighteen are required to attend school, with several exceptions. Primary school, often known as elementary school, spans from Kindergarten (ages five or six) to Grade 8 in most provinces (ages 13 to 14).
Secondary school, commonly referred to as high school, lasts from Grade 9 (ages 14 to 15) to Grade 12 (ages 17 to 18). Because this varies by province, if you have school-aged children, you should thoroughly examine the education system in your chosen province. All Canadian children must attend primary school and most of the high school, whereas post-secondary education, such as university or college, is voluntary

Canada is one of the world’s wealthiest countries. Natural resources like as petroleum and natural gas are key exports, accounting for two-thirds of the GDP. As the United States is Canada’s closest commercial partner, citizens and permanent residents of the United States enjoy some immigration benefits in Canada. The Canadian economy, being the world’s second largest, differs substantially by province and territory, as each location has various advantages.

Secondary school, commonly referred to as high school, lasts from Grade 9 (ages 14 to 15) to Grade 12 (ages 17 to 18). Because this varies by province, if you have school-aged children, you should thoroughly examine the education system in your chosen province. All Canadian children must attend primary school and the majority of high school, whereas post-secondary education, such as university or college, is voluntary.

The taxes system in Canada is based on where you live and spans from January 1st to December 31st. If you live in Canada, you must file a tax return each year by the April 30th deadline. You must include money earned inside and outside of Canada.

Canada has some of the best services for newcomers in the world. These are services aimed at assisting new immigrants in finding housing and jobs, improving their language abilities, filing taxes, enroll their children in school, and more. These government-funded initiatives differ by province and territory.

Questions? You’re covered

Your profile and ties to the country will determine the fastest and easiest way to immigrate to Canada. Now is a great moment to start your immigration trip to Canada since immigration targets are higher than ever.
It is important to recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to immigrating to Canada. While some programs may be easier to apply to than others, the application process is lengthy and comprises numerous steps.

While coming to Canada requires a substantial financial and emotional investment, the result is well worth the effort. Canada is frequently ranked among the top countries in the world for quality of life, and it is well-known for its welcoming attitude toward immigrants.

Immigrating to Canada costs approximately $2,300 CAD for a single applicant and $4,500 CAD for a couple. This figure does not include the settlement funds that many candidates must present to be considered for Canadian immigration; the sum varies depending on the size of the family and starts at roughly $13,000 CAD for a single applicant. Additional fees may apply if a candidate applies through a provincial program. Those with a Canadian work offer or who apply under the Canadian Experience Class can show proof of settlement funds.

Cities and rural areas in Canada rely on newcomers to keep their populations increasing and their labour markets afloat. Canada likewise has an aging population, and without a strong immigration system, the country would be on the same path as Japan in the 1990s. However, unlike Japan, Canada has welcomed immigration, allowing us to keep a high proportion of the population in prime working age, between the ages of 25 and 54. Without huge immigration to Canada, this would not be possible.

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