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  • Q1. What is Permanent Residence Status?

    Canadian Permanent residence grants you permission to live and work lawfully anywhere in Canada. It gives you access to all of the social welfare programs such as free healthcare, subsidized education, unemployment insurance, free education for kids below 12th standard, old age pension etc

  • Q2. How do I qualify under Federal Skilled Worker Program?

    Citizenship & Immigration Canada will start accepting applications for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) from 4th May 2013. For qualifying under this category, the prospective immigrant will need to get his educational credentials assessed by the four organizations appointed by the CIC for the same. The Educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) should be done before filing the case. The minimum language threshold of CLB 7 which corresponds to 6 Bands on the IELTS General Training test in each of the four skills- Reading, Writing, Listening and Oral Comprehension (Speaking) in the official language (English/ French). The applicant must have at least one year of continuous full- time or equivalent paid work experience in the past 10 years in one of the 24 eligible occupations. He/ she should also qualify for arranged employment with a Labour Market Opinion and a full- time permanent job offer from a Canadian employer. He/ she should have completed 2 years of study at a recognized institution in Canada towards a PhD. In addition, Canada Federal Skilled Worker applicants must attain at least 67 points based on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) immigration selection factors.

  • Q3. What is Federal Skilled Trades Stream?

    The Federal Skilled Trades Program is dedicated and streamlined program for skilled trades addresses many of the shortcomings from the current Federal Skilled Worker Program. This will help transform Canada’s immigration system into a fast and flexible system focused on jobs, growth and long-term prosperity. The Federal Skilled Trades Program will complement other avenues already in place for skilled tradespersons to immigrate to Canada, such as the Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Programs.

  • Q4. What is Open Bridging work permit?

    Bridging Open Work Permit enables certain economic class applicants to maintain their status and continue working in Canada while they wait for a final decision on their permanent residence application. Qualifying foreign nationals who have submitted an application for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) or the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) may be considered for an open work permit.

  • Q5. What is Arranged Employment?

    Arranged Employment is a fast-track option that ensures your entry in Canada as an immigrant. Under the Skilled Worker category, a person with Arranged Employment is given priority and can obtain up to 15 extra points. To qualify under this category all you need is a credible permanent employment offer from a Canadian employer. The offer must be approved by Services Canada (SC). In this case the employer is making an offer to hire you on an indeterminate basis once the Canada Immigration visa is issued to you. You cannot come to live and work in Canada until then.

  • Q6. Do I and my family members require a passport?

    Yes, you and your accompanying family members must have valid international passports in order for you to be issued Permanent Residence in Canada visas.

  • Q7. What if I immigrate to Canada first and then apply for my family members and dependents to join me?

    Yes. You may immigrate & establish yourself in Canada First & later sponsor / Apply for your family ie Spouse & dependent children.

  • Q8. Do I have to attend an interview with a visa officer?

    You may be asked by the immigration authorities to attend the interview with the Visa Officer. The purpose of interview is to check the accuracy, presentation of your application and clear the doubt which the officer may have. A fool-proof application would increase your chances of obtaining an interview waiver. This is where WWICS is known for.

  • Q9. Will a close relative in Canada help in any way?

    A close blood relative who is a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident entitles you for the award of 5 additional points under the adaptability factor subject to production of relevant documentary evidence. Your relative may be your mother or father, brother or sister, aunt or uncle, niece or nephew, grandchild or grandparent or even child.

  • Q10. What are the required funds to establish in Canada?

    When you apply for Permanent Residency under Skilled Worker category, you must have enough money or liquid assets to support your family for an estimated period of six (6) months after you arrive in Canada. These funds cannot be borrowed from another person. You must provide documented evidence that you will have access to your money or liquid assets upon your arrival to Canada.

    The amount of funds or liquid assets you require is determined by the size of your family.

    Number of Family MembersFunds Required (CDN$)
    111,086
    213,801
    316,967
    420,599
    523,364
    626,350
    7 or more29,337
  • Q11. Do I become a permanent resident of Canada as soon as my landing documents are issued?

    No. You will only become a permanent resident when you cross a Canadian port-of-entry with your valid passport and your valid Canadian Immigrant Visa.

  • Q12. How long can I wait to come to Canada after my Immigrant Visa is issued?

    You must arrive in Canada before the expiry date which appears on your Immigration Visa. Usually, it is one year from the time medical examinations were completed. As this is not always the case, be sure to verify the expiry date as soon as you receive your Immigrant Visa.

  • Q13. What are the criteria for obtaining Canadian citizenship?

    To apply for Canadian Citizenship you must

    • Be 18 years of age.
    • Be a Permanent Resident of Canada.
    • Have lived in Canada for at least 3 years of the 4 years before applying.
    • Be able to communicate in English or French.
    • Have knowledge about Canada.
    • Know the rights & responsibilities of Citizenship.
  • Q14. What is Canadian Experience Class (CEC)?

    Canadian Experience Class Program is a category of Canadian immigration under which temporary foreign workers in Canada and international students who have graduated from Canadian post-secondary institutions may qualify for a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa.

  • Q15. How can I qualify under the Canadian Experience Class?

    As an individual applying for Permanent Residence under the Canadian Experience Class, you must :

    • Be a foreign worker who has accumulated a minimum of two years of full time skilled work experience in Canada, or
    • An international graduate from an approved Canadian post-secondary educational institution who has accumulated at least one year of skilled full-time work experience in Canada.
    • Apply for Permanent Residence while working in Canada or within a year of having left your Canadian employment.
    • Intend to settle outside the Province of Quebec
  • Q16. Does my work experience have to be related to my education in order to be recognized?

    For international graduates, your work experience does not have to be related to your education, as long as you have accumulated the work experience after graduating from an approved Canadian post-secondary educational institution.

  • Q17. Can I apply for the Canadian Experience Class if I have already submitted an application for Permanent Residence through the Skilled Worker Program?

    Yes, although your new application through the Canadian Experience Class program will be subject to new fees unrelated to your Skilled Worker application.

  • Q18. Does my language ability be counted towards my education requirements under the Canadian Experience Class?

    English- or French-as-a-second language courses do not count toward education requirements under the Canadian Experience Class. However, if your education in Canada includes a second language component, that education can be counted provided that the second language component does not make up more than half of your course load.

  • Q19. I meet the requirements to apply under the Canadian Experience Class but have since returned to my home country. Am I eligible to apply under the Canadian Experience Class?

    Yes, but you must apply within one year of leaving your job in Canada. If you left your job more than one year ago, your work experience is not recent and does not meet the requirement.

  • Q20. Does a part-time work experience count toward meeting the requirements for work experience?

    Yes, but it will take you longer to accumulate the amount of hours necessary to apply than an applicant who has worked full-time

  • Q21. Is the Canadian Experience Class open to temporary residents of Quebec?

    Yes, experience in Quebec can be counted—but only if you plan to live outside that province. Quebec selects its own immigrants.

  • Q22. What is Permanent Residence Status?

    Canadian Permanent residence grants you permission to live and work lawfully anywhere in Canada. It gives you access to all of the social welfare programs such as free healthcare, subsidized education, unemployment insurance, free education for kids below 12th standard, old age pension etc

  • Q23. How do I qualify under Federal Skilled Worker Program?

    Citizenship & Immigration Canada will start accepting applications for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) from 4th May 2013. For qualifying under this category, the prospective immigrant will need to get his educational credentials assessed by the four organizations appointed by the CIC for the same. The Educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) should be done before filing the case. The minimum language threshold of CLB 7 which corresponds to 6 Bands on the IELTS General Training test in each of the four skills- Reading, Writing, Listening and Oral Comprehension (Speaking) in the official language (English/ French). The applicant must have at least one year of continuous full- time or equivalent paid work experience in the past 10 years in one of the 24 eligible occupations. He/ she should also qualify for arranged employment with a Labour Market Opinion and a full- time permanent job offer from a Canadian employer. He/ she should have completed 2 years of study at a recognized institution in Canada towards a PhD. In addition, Canada Federal Skilled Worker applicants must attain at least 67 points based on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) immigration selection factors.

  • Q24. What is Federal Skilled Trades Stream?

    The Federal Skilled Trades Program is dedicated and streamlined program for skilled trades addresses many of the shortcomings from the current Federal Skilled Worker Program. This will help transform Canada’s immigration system into a fast and flexible system focused on jobs, growth and long-term prosperity. The Federal Skilled Trades Program will complement other avenues already in place for skilled tradespersons to immigrate to Canada, such as the Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Programs.

  • Q25. What is Open Bridging work permit?

    Bridging Open Work Permit enables certain economic class applicants to maintain their status and continue working in Canada while they wait for a final decision on their permanent residence application. Qualifying foreign nationals who have submitted an application for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) or the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) may be considered for an open work permit.

  • Q26. What is Arranged Employment?

    Arranged Employment is a fast-track option that ensures your entry in Canada as an immigrant. Under the Skilled Worker category, a person with Arranged Employment is given priority and can obtain up to 15 extra points.
    To qualify under this category all you need is a credible permanent employment offer from a Canadian employer. The offer must be approved by Services Canada (SC). In this case the employer is making an offer to hire you on an indeterminate basis once the Canada Immigration visa is issued to you. You cannot come to live and work in Canada until then.

  • Q27. Do I and my family members require a passport?

    Yes, you and your accompanying family members must have valid international passports in order for you to be issued Permanent Residence in Canada visas.

  • Q28. What if I immigrate to Canada first and then apply for my family members and dependents to join me?

    Yes. You may immigrate & establish yourself in Canada First & later sponsor / Apply for your family ie Spouse & dependent children.

  • Q29. Do I have to attend an interview with a visa officer?

    You may be asked by the immigration authorities to attend the interview with the Visa Officer. The purpose of interview is to check the accuracy, presentation of your application and clear the doubt which the officer may have. A fool-proof application would increase your chances of obtaining an interview waiver. This is where WWICS is known for .

  • Q30. Will a close relative in Canada help in any way?

    A close blood relative who is a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident entitles you for the award of 5 additional points under the adaptability factor subject to production of relevant documentary evidence. Your relative may be your mother or father, brother or sister, aunt or uncle, niece or nephew, grandchild or grandparent or even child.

  • Q31. What are the required funds to establish in Canada?

    When you apply for Permanent Residency under Skilled Worker category, you must have enough money or liquid assets to support your family for an estimated period of six (6) months after you arrive in Canada. These funds cannot be borrowed from another person. You must provide documented evidence that you will have access to your money or liquid assets upon your arrival to Canada.

    The amount of funds or liquid assets you require is determined by the size of your family.

     

    Number of Family MembersFunds Required (CDN$)
    111,086
    213,801
    3 16,967
    420,599
    5 23,364
    626,350
    7 or more29,337
  • Q33. Do I become a permanent resident of Canada as soon as my landing documents are issued?

    No. You will only become a permanent resident when you cross a Canadian port-of-entry with your valid passport and your valid Canadian Immigrant Visa.

  • Q34. How long can I wait to come to Canada after my Immigrant Visa is issued?

    You must arrive in Canada before the expiry date which appears on your Immigration Visa. Usually, it is one year from the time medical examinations were completed. As this is not always the case, be sure to verify the expiry date as soon as you receive your Immigrant Visa.

  • Q35. What are the criteria for obtaining Canadian citizenship?

    To apply for Canadian Citizenship you must

    • Be 18 years of age.
    • Be a Permanent Resident of Canada.
    • Have lived in Canada for at least 3 years of the 4 years before applying.
    • Be able to communicate in English or French.
    • Have knowledge about Canada.
    • Know the rights & responsibilities of Citizenship.
  • Q36. How can I qualify under Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program?

    Under the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), previously named the Alberta Provincial Nomination Program you can immigrate to Alberta under the different streams under the AINP system, each of which has its own eligibility criteria :

    • Employer Driven Stream
    • Strategic Recruitment Stream
    • Family Stream
    • Self-Employed Farmer Stream.
  • Q37. How does the Employer Driven Stream work?

    The Employer Driven Stream enable the employers in Alberta to nominate the workers they need from outside Canada if they are unable to fill vacant permanent positions with Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents. For this, the employer has to offer a permanent job offer to the applicant and after the job offer acceptance, Provincial Nomination Certificate can be obtained. Employer Driven Stream further has three sub categories like:

    • Skilled Worker Category : Under this category the position falls in skilled occupation A, 0 or B in the National Occupation Classification.
    • National Occupation Classification:The applicant must be a foreign student who has completed post-secondary education in a recognised institution in Canada.
    • Semi-Skilled Worker Category : Applicant must not fall under the skilled A, 0 or B levels, but rather under the skill levels of NOC C and D.
  • Q38. What is the Strategic Recruitment Stream?

    The Strategic Recruitment Stream enables Province of Alberta to nominate people to become Permanent Workers in Alberta. You do not require a job offer if you are applying in any of the three categories of Strategic Recruitment Stream:

    • The US Visa Holder Category
    • The Compulsory Trades Category
    • The Engineering Occupations Category
  • Q39. How long will it take for the AINP to assess my application?If I am approved by the AINP, how long does it take CIC to assess my application in the second step ?

    Visit AINP Processing Times

    Visit CIC Processing Times

  • Q40. What is the US Visa-Holder Category?

    You must be presently working in USA on a valid H1-B, H1-B1, H-1C, or E-3 visa for the past 1 year in an eligible occupation which falls under Alberta of Alberta’s in-demand 0ccupations.It is important to note that your US visa should be valid at the time you receive AINP Nomination Certificate. The AINP is currently not accepting applications under the AINP U.S. Visa Holder Category and the AINP Family Stream.Applications postmarked after August 23, 2010 will be returned. Applications postmarked on or before August 23, 2010 will be accepted for processing and will be processed according to AINP Processing Times and U.S. Visa Holder Category or Family Stream criteria

  • Q41. After the AINP approves me as a Provincial Nominee, how long do I have to submit my application for permanent residence to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)?

    You have 180 days to submit your application to CIC, for which WWICS can file your immigration case witht the Federal authorities for you to get Canadian PR.

  • Q42. How can I qualify under the Compulsory Trades Category?

    You need to have an Alberta Qualification Certificate in a Compulsory Trade to apply under the Compulsory Trades Category. Besides this, you must have an invitation letter from Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT). You must be residing in Alberta at the time of application and you must either currently be working in Alberta in your trade or have worked in Alberta in your trade in the past few years.

  • Q43. How does this Family Stream work?

    You can apply under the Family Stream if you have a relative (mother/father, son/daughter, sister/ brother, aunt/uncle, niece/nephew) who has resided in Alberta for at least two years, who is willing to sponsor your application. In addition to having a family member in Alberta who can sponsor your application, you and your spouse or common-law partner must :

    • demonstrate proficiency in one of Canada’s official languages (English or French) ;
    • show the completion of at least two years of post-secondary education; and
    • show at least three years of work experience in the field of their education or training in the last four years; or
    • show at least three years of fulltime postsecondary education in the last four years ;
    • show combination of both that adds up to at least three years in the last four.

     

    The AINP is currently not accepting applications under the AINP U.S. Visa Holder Category and the AINP Family Stream. Applications postmarked after August 23, 2010 will be returned. Applications postmarked on or before August 23, 2010 will be accepted for processing and will be processed according to AINP Processing Times and U.S. Visa Holder Category or Family Stream criteria

  • Q44. If I apply under AINP, can my family members accompany me to Canada?

    Yes, Your spouse or common-law partner and dependent children may immigrate with you when you are approved as a Provincial Nominee but this is subject to final approval by CIC.

  • Q45. How can I qualify under British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program?

    You can qualify under British Columbia PNP Strategic Occupation stream if you have a job offer from an reputed employer in British Columbia, which was not able to fill the position by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, and are either:

    • A skilled worker;
    • A health care professional;
    • An international graduate; or
    • A semi-skilled worker.
  • Q46. What are the advantages of the BC PNP?

    BC PNP is a unique program under which you are not assessed on the federal (CIC) point system. Nominees receive expedited processing through the federal immigration system. No British Columbia work experience required. Even for the International Graduates & International Post-Graduates, no work experience required and can apply under BC PNP immediately after meeting all academic requirements.All occupations under National Occupational Classification codes 0, A and B, as well as select Entry Level and Semi-Skilled occupations, are considered under the BC PNP. The BC PNP offers ongoing support, including work permit support, after nomination.

     

    The Provincial immigration Authorities also introduced Pilot Project for International Graduates holding masters or doctorate degrees in the natural, applied and health sciences from eligible BC universities. No job offer is required from any employer but the student must have obtained the graduate degree in the last two years before applying for provincial nomination.

  • Q47. How can I apply as a skilled worker under the British Columbia PNP?

    All you need to have is a job offer in an eligible occupation in levels 0, A, and B of Canada's National Occupational Classification to be able to apply for skilled worker program of British Columbia.

  • Q48. What does health care professional mean under the BC PNP?

    You may be considered as a health care professional if you are a Physicians, Registered Nurse and Registered Psychiatric Nurse or Midwife.

  • Q49. How can I qualify under the international graduate program of BC PNP?

    To qualify as an international graduate under the British Columbia PNP, you must have graduated from a recognized British Columbia post-secondary institution, and have completed the required portion of their degree/diploma in BC.

  • Q50. Who is considered a semi-skilled worker under the British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program?

    To qualify as a semi-skilled worker under the British Columbia PNP, you must work in select Tourism/Hospitality occupations, Long-Haul Trucking occupations, and Food Processing occupations.

  • Q51. How are you eligible for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)?

    Under Manitoba PNP the provincial authorities select skilled workers who meet the eligibility requirements like:

    • education and training
    • work experience
    • enough English or French to start a job soon after arrival
    • a connection to Manitoba (for example, friends or family or current employment)
    • settlement funds (enough money to maintain yourself and your family during your initial phase of settlement)
    • the intention to settle permanently in Manitoba
  • Q52. How will I become a skilled worker employable in Manitoba?

    You must be able to provide proof that you have the training (including any licence or certification), work experience and language ability to find employment in your intended occupation in Manitoba, soon after you arrive.

  • Q52. Do you have sufficient settlement supports?

    You must have financial resources that demonstrate that you would be able to settle in Manitoba. You must have:

    • at least C$10,000 plus C$2,000 for each accompanying dependant.
    • Pay your Government of Canada immigration fees and travel expenses to Manitoba
    • support yourself while you are looking for employment
    • ensure your successful settlement in Manitoba
  • Q53. What are Priority Assessment Streams?

    Priority assessment streams are for applicants who can demonstrate the strongest potential to settle successfully and permanently in Manitoba. They are assessed before applications under the General stream. One has to meet the criteria under each stream like:

    Employer Direct:

    • have an offer of a long-term, full-time job in Manitoba
    • have a work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
    • be currently working for the Manitoba employer that has offered you the job and been working there for at least six months

    International Student:

    • an offer of a long-term, full-time job in Manitoba
    • a post-graduate open work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada after you completed a post-secondary educational program of at least eight months in Manitoba
    • currently working for the Manitoba employer that offered you the job and been working there for at least six

    months Family Support :

    • a close relative in Manitoba who has signed a Settlement Plan
  • Q54. What is the General Stream?

    You must have at least one of the following :

    • A close relative in Manitoba who has signed a Settlement Plan
    • A friend or distant relative in Manitoba who has signed a Settlement Plan
    • completed education in Manitoba
    • previous work experience in Manitoba (six months minimum).
  • Q55. What is the Strategic Initiatives Stream?

    You are eligible to apply under Strategic Initiatives Stream if you:

    • participated in an exploratory visit to Manitoba, confirmed by the MPNP, and had an interview with a MPNP officer, or
    • were interviewed by a MPNP officer and received a letter of invitation to apply as part of a MPNP targeted overseas promotional initiative, or
    • have the support of an ethnocultural community organization in Manitoba that will help you arrange an exploratory visit that has been pre-approved by the MPNP.
  • Q56. How can I immigrate to New Brunswick under New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program?

    You can immigrate under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program if you have Job Offer Applicants category or if you have close relatives/family member currently residing in the province of Manitoba.

  • Q57. Who can be included in my Visa application?

    If you are married, either you or your spouse may apply as the principal applicant. Both of you should complete the self-assessment worksheet in this kit to determine which of you would get a higher point score and should therefore apply as the applicant. The other spouse will apply as a dependent. You must also include on your application form all dependent children whether they are accompanying you to Canada or not. You and your dependents must pass background checks and medical examinations. All family members 18 years of age or over must complete their own individual application form.

  • Q58. What is the Nova Scotia Nominee Program?

    The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) allows Nova Scotia to recruit and select immigrants who meet the labour market and economic needs of the province. A person who is "nominated" or recommended by Nova Scotia is eligible to apply for a permanent resident visa at a Canadian visa office under one of the federal Economic Classes known as the Provincial Nominee Class. Nominee applications are often processed faster than other federal immigration programs.

  • Q59. If I am nominated by Nova Scotia, does it guarantee my permanent resident visa?

    No. Nomination by Nova Scotia does not guarantee approval of your application for immigration to Canada. Individuals nominated as Nova Scotia provincial nominees, and their accompanying dependents, are subject to the standard Citizenship and Immigration Canada assessment which includes, but is not limited to, federal criminal, security and health checks. Final decision on issuing the permanent resident visa rests solely with Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

  • Q60. Who is eligible to apply?

    Individuals who meet certain selection criteria and have demonstrated the intention and ability to settle successfully in Nova Scotia can apply. Current categories focus on skilled workers with permanent employment offers; experienced business owners and managers; and, individuals with established connections to Nova Scotia. In addition, to be eligible to apply to the NSNP, individuals must show proof of legal immigration status in their country of residence. If individuals are currently living in Canada, they must show proof of current temporary resident status as a visitor, student or temporary worker. Refugee claimants living in Canada are not eligible to apply.

  • Q61. What is a Canada study visa?

    The study visa is an official document issued by the Canadian government permitting a non-resident of Canada to study in the country. Anyone who wants to study in the maple country and is not a citizen, permanent resident needs to get a study permit.

  • Q62. When should I apply for a study visa?

    The time of processing is different for each visa office and usually, the right time to apply is when one receives the letter of acceptance from the desired Canadian college or university. For doing so, the applicant needs to submit a statement of purpose and all supporting documents of educational background and experience to qualify. There is also need to prove that you are not going to be dependant and have enough money.

  • Q63. What documents do I need?

    Proof of acceptance, identity and financial support are some of the important documentation that is required to apply for a study visa to Canada. For some provinces, other documents are also required. The educational institution that is being applied to also provides guidance on all the important papers that need to be submitted. If the student is under 19 years and traveling alone, then he needs to have a guardian. Minors travelling alone also need a letter of permission from the parents and the custodian in Canada.

  • Q64. Can spouse and children accompany me to Canada?

    If one is married and is going to study in Canada, the spouse and children can accompany the person or join him later. The applicant can bring along children who are under 22 years. The spouse and children need to meet the requirements for temporary residents in Canada. While applying, one can include family members and provide all necessary information. Documents like marriage certificate and birth certificates for accompanying family members also need to be attached. If the family members would be joining the applicant later, then they have to apply individually. The accompanying children can also pursue education in Canada by getting a study permit at the time when you are applying.

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    Priyanka Sharma (Skilled)

  • Since the very first day, I was overwhelmed to see the dedication and professionalism of WWICS. All my queries were handled patiently throughout the process.

    R. K. Mehta (Business Immigration)

  • From my personal experience I would say that WWICS is the best and the most professional from all the other immigration agents.

    Teena Simon (Skilled)

  • I would like to appreciate your sincere and prompt services whenever I had some queries regarding my visa application.

    Gurpreet Singh Grewal (Business Immigration)

  • WWICS is all about pure professionalism and untiring efforts to make all the dreams of numerous immigration aspirants.

    Silvy (Skilled )

  • I thank WWICS for all the help and guidance provided throughout the process of my immigration case filing. Good Work Done!

    R.S. Mac (Business Immigration)