■ If you are a family: your spouse must complete her own process.
■ All documents should be written in English or French.
■ We will need notarized copies of original documents. (No originals).
■ You are responsible for all honest and valid documents and information.
What is your English language ability?
What is your French language ability?
Later in the process, we will ask you to provide following documents:
■ Medical records for last 6 months
■ Dental records for last 6 months.
■ Police records.
■ Marriage certificate
■ If you are divorce: Divorce certificate
■ Driver’s license
■ Baptistry for each child.
■ If necessary: Adoption records for children under 22
■ Letters of reference from past employers
■ Copy of bank statement for last 12 months
■ Learning English or French is one of the most important strategies for your success
■ If you want to increase your chances of becoming a Canadian, it might be a good advice to
choose to live in smaller Canadian cities
If you remember of your family has a criminal record,you may not be eligible for either a temporary visa or permanent residence or you may have to apply for Criminal Rehabilitation.
The Canadian Government and the Canadian Provincial Governments are overwhelmed, so it will take several months to get final decision. You must be very patient.
The fees you will pay us are deposited into our Trust Account and are held in trust for you until we complete sufficient work on your file to issue you an interim billing. The trust account is regulated and audited by the Quebec Bar (Barreau du Quebec) and insured by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation. You only pay in Canadian dollars, which usually has a significant price advantage for overseas applicants over U.S. dollars.
The Canadian immigration process is complex and requires time to successfully resolve. Thanks for your collaboration.
Jean Louis Racine, Canadian Attorney.
Racine Legal Inc
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