Dulku Law is here to help our clients with their immigration, citizenship and refugee matters. Our range of services that we provide to our clients are completed with accuracy, integrity and efficiency. Our goal is to provide our clients with the requisite advice and guidance, ensuring that the most effective course of action is taken to achieve what is necessary for your immigration needs. Our firm will assist in explaining the documentation required for all but not limited to the immigration programs listed below. Once the supporting items have been received by our team, we will prepare and submit the application on your behalf, all while maintaining in correspondence with the applicable regulatory body.
Express Entry - The Canada Express Entry Program is a points-based immigration program for professionals looking to settle within Canada. Qualified Professionals are awarded points based on their skills, experience, Canadian employment status and Provincial/Territorial nomination.
Provincial Nominee Program - Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) offer a pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence for individuals interested in immigrating to a specific province or territory. Each Canadian province and territory operates its own PNP designed to meet its economic and demographic needs.
Study Permits - The study permit is a document allowing foreign nationals to study at Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) in Canada. Most foreign nationals need a study permit to study within Canada. Specific documentation will be required prior to applying for a study permit.
Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) - A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document that an employer in Canada may need to acquire before hiring a foreign worker. A positive LMIA will show that a foreign worker is needed to fill the job for which no Canadian worker is available.
Spousal Sponsorship - Spousal sponsorship entails sponsoring a married partner to Canada as a Permanent Resident. As per Canadian immigration law, the marriage must have occurred in accordance with the originating country’s law and in conformity with Canadian Law. The sponsorship extends to include dependent children.
US Visitor Visa - The B-2 Visitor Visa allows non-citizens to travel to the United States for tourism and recreational purposes. This Visa may be issued for loved ones or receiving medical treatment. Often, the B-1 and B-2 Visas are combined and issued as one Visa, classified as the B-1/B-2.
Canadian Visitor Visa - A visitor visa, or temporary resident visa, is an official document needed by citizens of visa-required countries to travel to and enter Canada for up to 6 months. Once your Visa is approved, your passport will be modified to show that you have met the requirements to enter Canada.