Premier CIC – Canada's Only Immigration Consulting Co-op: We Know What You Need
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Our Services

How Premier CIC Helps You Come to Canada

The following describes our process from initial contact to final service delivery:

  1. Contact us by e-mail or phone to request information about working, studying, or immigrating to Canada.
  2. When we have evaluated your information, we will send you a more detailed assessment tailored to your specific situation. There is a nominal CDN$150 fee for this assessment which will be credited to your account if you decide to retain us to assist you.
  3. After we receive your form and payment, we will determine whether you qualify and provide you with an overview of your immigration options along with a retainer agreement.
  4. If you decide to retain us, a down payment of 50% of the total fee is payable upon signing the retainer. The CDN$150 assessment fee will be deducted from the cost of preparing and submitting your application, as outlined in the retainer agreement.
  5. Once a retainer agreement is in place, we will provide you with detailed recommendations outlining the options and strategies that offer you the best chance of a successful application.
  6. Once you have selected the option you like best, we will assist you in assembling your application package by filling out the required forms, providing you with a list of documents that we will require to complete the application, including language testing (if necessary), transcripts, criminal record checks, medical forms, photos, etc.
  7. Once the application package is completed and you have signed the forms, we will double check to ensure that the application is ‘perfected’ and prepare a submission letter for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship and ¬†Canada (IRCC) that presents your case in a clear and compelling manner.
  8. The completed application package will be submitted to IRCC upon payment of the balance remaining.
  9. We will monitor your application, answering any requests for further information or documentation from IRCC, and keep you informed until processing is complete.