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ABOUT US

At Ovation Immigration and Recruitment Services, we are regulated Immigration Consultants with competent knowledge of Canadian Immigration Law. We believe in representing each client ethically, and professionally before the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

Our core values are confidence, transparency, and integrity. We are regularly updating our knowledge with the Canadian Immigration Laws and Regulations to provide our clients with competent services.

We are committed to helping our clients succeed. Contact us for professional advice.
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OUR SERVICES

We are committed to helping our clients succeed. Contact us for professional advice.

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
Canada is recognized worldwide for its excellent quality of education, among other aspects. When it comes to education…
 
STUDY IN CANADA
We have a comprehensive list of services for students who are planning to come to Canada or are already in Canada for higher education.
 
WORK IN CANADA
Canada welcomes more than 300,000 foreign workers every year. There are 2 types of work permits: Employer-specific work permit…
 
VISIT CANADA
A visitor visa can either be for single entry or multiple entry use. Single entry visas may be issued up to six months.
 
SUPER VISA
Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents intending to obtain temporary residence to visit their close…
 
BUSINESS VISITORS
Canada aims to promote economic development through their business immigration streams. Investors…
 
EXPRESS ENTRY
Express Entry is the most popular immigration system offering Canadian permanent residence, introduced by the federal government in January 2015.
 
LMIA ASSISTANCE AND REPRESENTATION
If your business is facing a labour shortage, and you are unable to find Canadian citizens and/or permanent residents to…
 
PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM (PNP)
The PNP program is for workers who can contribute to the economy of a specific province or territory. They must have…
 
CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION
CIC is the federal department responsible for managing Canada’s immigration program for both existing and potential applicants.
 
REFUGEE APPLICATIONS
Canadian Immigration and Citizenship (CIC) will then decide if your refugee claim will be referred to the Immigration and Refugee…
 
PREVIOUSLY REFUSED APPLICATIONS
There are many reasons for refusal, depending on the type of visa. Common reasons for…
 

VISION & MISSION

We are committed to helping our clients succeed. We are regularly updating our knowledge with Canadian Immigration Laws and Regulations to provide our clients with competent services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To apply for a Canadian study permit, the applicant must:
Obtain a letter of acceptance from a college approved by the Government of Canada as a Designated Learning Institution (DLI).
Hold a valid passport or other authorized travel documents
Obtain proof of sufficient funds for living and studying in Canada (and all related student fees).
To be medically or criminally admissible to Canada.
Prove that you will leave Canada when your study permit expires.
To study in Canada for programs serving longer than six months, you must obtain a study permit. A study permit is only valid for schools recognized as Designated Learning Institutions (DLI’s) by the Government of Canada. A Designated Learning Institution is approved to host international students by the province or territory it is bound to. A DLI list of institutes is available on the CIC website which is updated regularly.
If the applicant or their spouse has a sibling who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, they will be awarded 15 additional points under express entry.
Permanent resident status is maintained if a person lives in Canada for at least 730 days (2 years) within a five-year period or if other conditions are met. The status of a permanent resident can be maintained while abroad even if the resident is not physically present. It may be that the Canadian resident is abroad with a Canadian citizen spouse or parent, a Canadian employer, or a Canadian permanent resident who works for a Canadian employer.
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