Services (Immigration Services)
CADvisor specializes in providing end-to-end educational services for international students aiming to study in Canada. This includes providing personalized consultations for optimal college and program selection in alignment with the student’s career aspirations. Importantly, CADvisor expertly handles the often complex paperwork associated with college admissions, thereby ensuring a seamless and efficient academic transition for every student.
CADvisor offers a bespoke recruitment service, aligning international students with our prestigious partner colleges in Canada. We leverage our extensive partnerships with leading educational institutions to facilitate placements that offer high-quality education and enriching academic experiences. Our team carefully assesses each student’s aspirations and capabilities to recommend the most suitable colleges. In doing so, CADvisor effectively bridges the gap between global talents and exceptional educational opportunities in Canada.
CADvisor offers a well-rounded suite of accommodation services to international students and workers transitioning to life in Canada. These services include assistance with finding suitable housing, facilitating comprehensive insurance coverage, arranging airport pickup for a stress-free arrival, and ensuring immediate connectivity with provision of a local SIM card. Each service is delivered with utmost professionalism, ensuring a seamless and comfortable transition for every client.
CADvisor offers a comprehensive array of immigration services designed to streamline your transition to life in Canada. This includes expert assistance with the application and acquisition of various visas such as student visas, work permits, and spousal visas. Our experienced team handles the intricate details of immigration paperwork, ensuring accuracy and punctuality in submissions. With a deep understanding of Canadian immigration regulations, CADvisor navigates these complex processes, providing professional support at each step, and making your journey towards becoming a Canadian resident as smooth as possible.
Provincial Nominees Programs (PNPs)
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are immigration programs administered by individual provinces and territories in Canada to select skilled immigrants who can contribute to the local economy. Here’s a brief overview of the PNPs for the specified provinces and regions:
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP):
This program targets foreign workers, students, and entrepreneurs who have the skills, education, and work experience to contribute to Ontario’s economy.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP):
BCPNP is designed for high-demand foreign workers and experienced entrepreneurs who can support BC’s economic growth.
Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP):
Unlike other provinces, Quebec has a special agreement with the Government of Canada on immigration. QSWP is aimed at selecting skilled workers predicted to become economically established in Quebec.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP):
MPNP seeks out skilled workers, businesspeople, and their families with the intention and ability to settle permanently in Manitoba and economically establish themselves.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP):
SINP offers immigration options for skilled workers, entrepreneurs, and international graduates who can contribute to Saskatchewan’s economy.
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP):
AINP nominates individuals for permanent residence who have skills and abilities to fill job shortages in Alberta or who are entrepreneurs planning to buy or start a business in the province.
Yukon Nominee Program (YNP):
YNP is designed to attract and retain skilled international workers and entrepreneurs who demonstrate a strong potential to economically establish in Yukon.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP):
AIPP is a partnership between the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provinces (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island) to attract skilled immigrants and international graduates who want to work and live in these provinces.