- FROM BRAZIL
- TO CANADA
- VIA NOMINATION
- IN CANADA
The immigration lawyer partner at BRAXCA offers a full range of legal services. We emphasize business and employer-side applications. Our partner lawyers deal with citizenship, work permits, visas, study permits and permanent resident status for skilled workers, entrepreneurs, large-scale investors and their families.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada regularly requests translation of documents that are not in English or French with applications submitted to the visa offices abroad, Canadian embassies and inland processing centers. Our translators are members of the Society of Translators and Interpreters, together we provide quality translation of documents for immigration purposes.
The BRASXCA Visitor, Student and Work Abroad partners are here to assist you with questions you may have and to provide you with opportunities for intercultural living and enriching Canadian experiences. Plan your travel, day of arrival and learn more about settlement support including renting, hotel, taxi and first-days accommodation.
BRAXCA referred us to a great law firm and great lawyers. All I can say is "thank you" for getting my visa quickly. BRAXCA knew exactly what kind of legal team could help where other's couldn't. The fees were reasonable and everything went smoothly. Thank you for everything! I would highly recommend BRAXCA and the immigration attorneys they work with to anyone wishing to move to Canada.
I have experienced the most professional and most efficient immigration services at BRAXCA, I have used Ms. Hanna for my work permit previously and was amazed with the results, this time with TRV it was no different. I will retain BRAXCA to help me with my PR card and will recommend to all my friends and relatives. Ligia and Danilo have always been available to answer my questions, provide proper direction and support. They have made the entire process seamless. I am so glad my friend put me in touch with Ligia as she really took control over my matter. I have dealt with other law firms in the past and the service I receive here is simply out of this world. No question or concern of my was left unanswered. In fact, as soon as I sent an email a response was sent back with a very detailed answer. Don’t know how they do it but I can only say how great the entire experience has been.
Find out how to immigrate to Saskatchewan temporarily or permanently through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) and other immigration options.
There are many options out there when considering choosing a representative to help you with your Visa Application. We feel we can offer you the very best when it comes to immigration and visa services. We use only licensed and experienced immigration professionals who have handled over 50,000 visa cases and know how to get the job done. And don’t take our word for it. Check out their reviews from real clients who used their services.
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Canada is home to millions of visitors each year. In fact, more than 35 million people visit Canada every year to enjoy the many opportunities our country has to offer, including visiting family and friends.
If you wish to come to Canada for a temporary purpose like a vacation, or to visit family or friends, you may need a ‘Temporary Resident Visa’, unless you are a citizen from a “visa exempt” country like the USA or Australia.
A ‘Temporary Resident Visa’ is often referred to as a TRV in our industry. You will most likely need to file Form IMM 5257. Form IMM 5257 is used by individuals who want to apply for a TRV to visit Canada for a temporary purpose such as tourism, visiting family or friends, or business trips.
More than 130,000 students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn English or French. There is no reason why this cannot be you too!
If you intend to study in Canada, you will likely need a ‘Study Permit’. A Study Permit is issued by the Canadian government which gives you permission to study in Canada for a temporary period. In most cases, the Study Permit specifies the particular educational institution and course of study.
If want to study in Canada, you will need to file Form IMM 1294. This form is used by individuals who want to apply for a study permit. Approved study permits may be limited to study at a certain school, or a certain course of study.
Study Permits are temporary resident visas (TRV) and so when you are entering Canada, you will be required to show an officer that you will be studying in Canada only for a temporary period.
Working in Canada is an attractive option for many skilled workers from all over the world. Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits. There is no reason why this cannot be you too!
In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
If you are applying for a PR card, you can also apply via an ‘Open Work’ permit and if you are American or Mexican you can fast track the working visa process via the NAFTA agreement.
Canada is a land of opportunity and thousands and thousands of people get their PR card status in Canada every single year. If fact, Canada has been increasing the numbers of successful applicants to over 280,000 people per year, and you have equal opportunity just like those people.
As a permanent resident, you receive great opportunities and benefits in Canada. Having a PR card allows you to live, work and study in Canada on a permanent basis. The PR Card is normally issued for 5 years and can be renewed.
Have you tried to enter Canada and were refused? Or do you think you may be refused if you try to enter Canada? We know that it is a very stressful and disrupting experience.
When it comes to being refused entry into Canada, it is important you deal with the situation properly. Whether you have a criminal record like a DUI or something even more serious, you may still be admitted into Canada as long as you have the ‘right’ paperwork in order.
You will most likely need to file a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application which is a ‘Form IMM 5708’.
Form IMM 5708 is the official document issued by a Canadian visa office that is placed in your passport to indicate that you have met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident (either as a visitor, a student, or a worker).