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About Canadian Immigration Consultancy PDF Print
We are the largest, most recognized and reputable Canadian immigration consultant in the Philippines. No other immigration firm comes close to the services we have been offering our client

We are a company dedicated to helping Filipinos get ahead in life by immigrating to Canada. In our ten years in the business, we have helped thousands of Filipinos make their dreams of a better life come true – over 6,000 of them, and we are still counting.

We have records and proofs of Immigrant Visas issued by the Canadian Embassy to our clients monthly. We believe that we are the only consultancy firm that can provide this much luxury to clients.

We have been employing a licensed Canadian lawyer for over ten years, even before the Canadian government passed their law about Authorized Immigration Representatives.

We are a team where innovation is celebrated and optimism is inherent in how we think and act, because everything we do contributes to our clients' success. That is where we get a real sense of job satisfaction.

By working together and by developing stronger relationships with our partners and clients, we are creating one of the world's greatest immigration companies. We are CIC.

We help make your dreams come true.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 15:10
Calling all Students and Newly Grads... PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 April 2010 05:47

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CIC Immigrants Night Manila - May 01, 2010 PDF Print
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Tuesday, 04 May 2010 13:58

Here are some of the highlights from our Immigrants Night held at Aristocrat last May 01, 2010.

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CIC Immigrants Night Baguio - February 27, 2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 10 April 2010 02:09

Here are some of the highlights from our Immigrants Night held at Baguio City last February 27, 2010.

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Frequently Asked Questions PDF Print

We understand that it requires a lot of study to understand Canadian immigration laws.

Our experts at the Canadian Immigration Consultancy are well adept in interpreting these laws to make it simple and easy for you to comprehend. We have outlined some questions that every prospective immigrant would want to know before they undergo the complicated process of Canadian immigration.

How can I apply for a permanent resident visa?

The Canadian government offers four ways on how to migrate to Canada. An individual may migrate as a skilled worker, an investor, and a nominee of a Canadian Province. He may also be sponsored by a family member, in which case, the sponsor promises to support his relative for a period of 3-10 years while settling in Canada.

What does Canadian permanent resident status confer?

Pursuant to the provisions of Canada's constitutional laws, the holder of a Canadian permanent resident visa and his/her accompanying dependants are permitted to permanently reside in Canada and earn a livelihood in any one of the ten provinces or three territories within Canada. In addition, individuals with Canadian permanent residence may attend primary and secondary education institutions in the various provincially administered public school systems, tuition exempt. Permanent residents also qualify for provincially administered universal health care coverage.

What benefits do I have if I am a permanent resident of Canada?

Canadian permanent residents/landed immigrants and citizens enjoy all of the same rights and privileges (i.e. free health care, free elementary and secondary education, etc.) with two (2) exceptions:

* Permanent residents cannot vote;
* Permanent residents can be deported for certain criminal convictions.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 August 2010 13:53
Live the Canada Experience PDF Print

Live in one of the best places in the world.

Live in a country where you can fully develop your potentials; be productive and creative in meeting your interests and needs.

People from other parts of the world are making Canada its second home. Thanks to its relaxed immigration policies that allow those with skills and education to go there and enjoy unlimited opportunities and generous benefits for children and adults, alike.

If you want to live the Canada experience, let Canadian Immigration Consultancy show you how.

CIC has witnessed thousands of Filipinos smile as they receive their visa. CIC shared in the excitement experienced by the new immigrants as they make preparations to live and work in Canada. CIC has listened to stories of Filipinos as they unfold a new chapter of their life in Canada.

Let CIC help you live the Canada experience.


What you need to know

Canada is one of the best countries in which to live. The quality of life is extremely high. It provides a very comfortable standard of living, good health care, efficient social security, quality public education, low crime rate, stable and growing economy, and clean environment.

Canada, the second largest country in area in the world, supports and advocates a free and democratic society. The Canadian constitution, called the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guarantees everyone the right to equality, mobility, and freedom of speech, assembly and association.

Immigration Programs

Canada is one of the few countries in the world with an active program for permanent immigration. In fact, Canada accepts more immigrants and refugees, in proportion to its population, than any other country.

One out of every six Canadian residents was born outside the country. Directly or indirectly, immigration policy has touched the lives of every Canadian, and it has helped make Canada a culturally rich, prosperous and progressive nation.

Citizenship and Immigration assesses immigrants and visitors on standards, which do not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, or sex. In addition, the immigration program is universal -- applicants from around the world are assessed against exactly the same criteria.