Documents Required to Move to Canada

Evelyn Ackah Immigration Lawyer: Documents required to move to Canada

How to Move to Canada: Documentation

There are specific documents required to move to Canada. Before you can move to Canada, you must apply for permanent Canadian residency with the IRCC (office of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada). Canada immigration law is becoming more complex and challenging every day. Immigration applications can be refused due to minor oversights and omissions that can delay or negatively impact your business or your family reunification plans. By not using a lawyer you can be putting your business and your family at risk. Ackah Business Immigration Law can help you understand your rights and understand Canadian immigration policies as they apply to your unique circumstances.

Before you enter Canada as either a visitor or to move to Canada temporarily or permanent, there are certain documents you must have to cross the border, or you will not be allowed to enter. Some documents are essential and required of anyone entering Canada, other documents may be required depending on your unique situation. If you are traveling with family members, each family member will also require documents.

Download My Free Checklist: Documents Required to Move To Canada

Note: This list is not all-inclusive, and required documents may vary based on your situation. Always consult an immigration lawyer to understand the immigration process for you and your family.

 

Note: Carry all your important documents with you when you travel to Canada: do NOT pack them in your luggage.

Do You Have Questions About Canada Immigration? We Can Help

Evelyn Ackah is an immigration lawyer who can review your particular case, and help you determine the documents required to move to Canada in your particular situation. As the founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law, Evelyn Ackah helps you understand your rights and interpret and navigate Canadian immigration law.

Contact Evelyn Ackah Today
(403) 452-9515 Ext. 107 or 1-800-932-1190
or email contact@ackahlaw.com

 

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