Our Canadian wife, husband and partner visa services
Resident Visa Eligibility Assessment and Initial Consultation
Our professional and experienced team of immigration consultants can quickly determine whether your spouse or partner will be eligible to obtain a Canadian wife, husband, conjugal, de facto partner or same sex partner visa. In order to qualify for a permanent resident visa under any of these immigration categories, Canadian sponsors and foreign applicants must meet specific eligibility requirements. Although meeting these requirements is an important first step in the immigration process, there are also numerous “unwritten rules” that you will not find in any official instructions. Throughout many years of dealing with fiancee, spouse, partner, and same sex partner visa applications, we have gained the knowledge and expertise that allows us to identify potential problems quickly. Before we agree to take on your case, we will examine your situation to identify any potential complications. We can resolve any issues immediately so they will not develop into serious problems or result in visa denial. We will never ask you to pay a fee, nor will we ever agree to represent you, unless we are confident that you meet the basic eligibility requirements to qualify for a visa.
Collection of Information and Supporting Documents
If you decide to retain our services, we will contact you immediately to begin the application process. You will be required to provide information and paperwork to allow us to complete your application forms. Your completed application will eventually be submitted to the appropriate Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) case processing center. We have developed our easy to use online case management system specifically to make this step in the process as easy as possible. If your wife, husband, or partner speaks a foreign language, including Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Tagalog, or Thai, we can facilitate the process for your loved one by having your application dealt with by one of our multilingual immigration consultants and assistants who are fluent in each of these languages. We can also provide instructions and questionnaires in your partner’s native tongue.
Form Preparation and Submission
Once we have the required information from you and your loved one, we will complete your immigration forms based on the information you have provided. We will quickly and efficiently assemble and submit your application to the appropriate case processing center. Because we want your resident visa case to be reviewed and approved by the Canadian immigration authorities as quickly as possible, your application packet will be prepared by our team of experts in accordance with the highest professional standards. Every possible effort will be made to ensure your application for a wife, husband, or partner visa is as complete, accurate, and easy to review as possible, which will encourage the immigration officials to approve your immigration case quickly, and possibly without requiring you and/or your loved one to appear for a marriage visa interview.
Contact with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and Embassy
Any telephone, e-mail, or fax correspondence with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and Canadian Embassy will be handled personally by us. As your representatives, we will act on your behalf. Any information we receive about your case will be immediately passed on to you, and we will provide regular updates until your partner or spouse receives a visa. We will also monitor numerous official publications on a daily basis, and inform you of any changes to visa requirements or visa processing times.
Marriage Visa Interview Preparation
marriage visa interview with the Canadian Embassy is undoubtedly the most crucial step in the Canadian spouse or partner visa process. Although many people will try to get through the interview on their own, they are often not successful. Many Canadian spousal or partner visas are denied at this stage, usually because the applicant did not know what to expect from the interview, and was therefore unprepared. Often, significant delays in processing also occur at this stage. Immigration officials can request additional supporting documents, or may decide to do a background investigation on the visa applicant. Even the natural feelings of apprehension and anxiety during the interview may cause officials to be suspicious. If your spouse or partner is required to attend a visa interview, we can tell them what to expect so that these delays can be avoided. We can communicate with your spouse or partner in English, Spanish, Chinese, Thai, Tagalog, or Russian. We will ensure that you spouse or partner has any required documents, and that they are prepared for any questions that may be asked during the interview.
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