Use ImmiCan’s Assessment Tool to assess your eligibility for immigration to Canada.

General Immigration

This form is for professionals,  workers, and students.

Individuals are evaluated based on their education, training and work experience, which reflects their ability to economically establish themselves in Canada and takes into account labour market conditions in Canada.

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Business Immigration

This form is for individuals with management experience, or for business owners, having a high net worth.

Individuals are evaluated based on the value of their legitimately accumulated personal net worth, and management experience during the last five years.

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Spousal Sponsorship

This form is for sponsorship of a Spouse/Common-Law Partner and/or Dependant Children.

This form is for a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident who wants to sponsor close family members (i.e. spouse, common-law partner, or dependent children) for Canadian Immigration.

If you would like to sponsor Parent or Grandparent, please select Parental Sponsorship form.

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Parental Sponsorship

This form is for sponsorship of Parents and Grandparents.

  • Federal Family Class for Parents/Grandparents
  • SuperVisa

This form is for a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident who wants to sponsor Parents or Grandparents.

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Avoid Long Delays

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Follow Changing Policies

CIC policies are changing. Are you sure your information is accurate and timely? Learn about recent, important changes.

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Was your application rejected even after being assessed as having potential to succeed? Get it right the second time.